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In Burgas, there is a much larger selection of goods than in Nessebar or St. Vlas. A regular bus for two pence runs.
The festival city. Beaches, parks, restaurants, shops, bars, theatres, cinemas
For most visitors, the port city of Burgas (sometimes written as ‘Bourgas’) is no more than a transit point for the more obviously appealing resorts and historic towns further up and down the coast. If you do decide to stop over, you'll find a lively, well-kept city with a neat, pedestrianised…
Burgas is the nearest big city. The Sea Garden, a large park by the coast, is quite nice to wander through. There are also museums, shops, cafes and so on.
Bourgas is the southern port of the Black Sea, with a cosmopolitan feel and an attractive, tourist friendly centre. Every summer it plays host to a vibrant festival, essential for a slice of music.