Ticking off Bulgaria’s top attractions can be costly. Benefit from discounted access to a number of attractions with a Bulgaria Travel Card, and be free to experience to best the country has to offer without the worry of breaking the bank. Avoid the hassle of advanced collection with hotel delivery available, and choose between physical or virtual card to suit your preference.
Immerse yourself with this self-guided tour in the unique atmosphere of Bulgarian history in its most significant eras, which are embodied in reality through unique interactive attractions and replicas of the largest monuments, as well as a reproduced atmosphere through national costumes and handicrafts of different ages collected on one place.This is one of the largest in Europe historic and cultural complex, part of which you can see now, and complete completion is planned for 2022.
Varna City Card offers you an immersive experience of Varna, Bulgaria and its best sightseeing locations!
With free admission to 15 of the top sightseeing locations + a free beer tasting tour, you can discover the rich cultural past and present of the biggest seaside resort in Bulgaria. The special designer map will help you navigate the city and will become a treasured memory for a lifetime. The free mobile app will provide you with all the necessary information you might need - from opening times to tips from locals, so that your Varna experience is as smooth as possible!
Important: Please note that Varna City Card is not a guided tour - it is a pass that grants you free access to the included sightseeing locations. You can explore them at your own pace and in the order you prefer!
Apart from the free admissions, you will also get an amazing selection of discounts for tours, restaurants, pubs, shopping & entertainment venues, even rent-a-car services.
Take a break from the hot, crowded beaches and gain insight into Bulgaria’s modern history on a visit to Varna’s Retro Museum. Discover socialist-era memorabilia, including Comecon produced cars and Soviet domestic items, and snap pictures with wax statues of the era’s notable figures, such as Fidel Castro and Emil Dimitrov.
Appreciating Bulgaria’s ancient history can be difficult on the streets of the seaside resort. Take a break from the beach on a visit to Varna Archaeological Museum, and discover Roman remains, Paleolithic tools, as well as some of the world’s oldest gold treasure. Book ahead to avoid disappointment, and benefit from regular opening hours to visit at a time that suits you.
Escape the city without the hassle and expense of self-driving. 7 Rila lakes is the most popular trekking destination in Rila Mountains because of the remarkable beauty of the glacial lakes and the whole circus. Small groups and personal attention!