Varna districts - name, description, photos of Varna districts, where to stay for a tourist

Districts of Varna

On the map of the Bulgarian city of Varna, you can see five districts, after which it is worth getting to know each of them separately.

Names and short descriptions of areas

  • Primorsky district: the quarters are part of this district “Gull” (the beaches of the quarter are in demand among vacationers due to the opportunity to take part in beach volleyball competitions) and “Vinitsa” (it is worth stopping by on May 2 for a holiday in honor of which a fair unfolds and concerts are arranged).
  • Asparuhovo area: suitable for recreation “Asparuhov park” (the park is equipped with fountains with drinking water, basketball and volleyball fields, playgrounds with exercise equipment and shells; it is nice to walk along the alleys of the park both in the daytime and in the evening, when its territory is illuminated by beautiful illumination) and a beach with developed infrastructure (free parking, a surf center, a cafe , fields for mini-football and volleyball).
  • Odessos District: Shopaholics Worth “occupy” quarter “Kolkhozen Pazar” - in addition to the Kolkhoz market, they will find shops here where they can get clothes, toys, shoes, jewelry.
  • District Vladislav Varnenchik: on its territory there is an interesting object in the form of a park-museum of Vladislav Varnenchik (despite the fact that the mausoleum of Vladislav III Yagailo with a stone sarcophagus was erected here, the king's body was never buried), where guests will be invited to visit the Historical Museum with a collection knightly armor, banners, prints, sculptures and other works of art.
  • Mladost District: will delight travelers “Kaufland”, “Praktiker” and other shops, as well as a sports and entertainment complex “Mladost” (there are fields for games, including golf courses, playgrounds, outdoor ice rink, summer amphitheater, climbing wall, skate park).

Varna landmarks

Guests of Varna should see the Assumption Cathedral (stained glass windows, frescoes, icons are subject to inspection; entrance is free, but you will have to pay 5 levs for photographing the interiors) and the Church of St. Atanasius (here you can admire the carved iconostasis and unique icons of the 18-19 centuries), visit Seaside Park (on the territory of the park, 8 km long, there are alleys, monuments of famous personalities, an aquarium, a zoo and a dolphinarium), the Museum of the History of Varna (the exposition has many exhibits dating back to the early 20th century - for example, here you can see the interiors of handicraft shops, and what the local beaches looked like in the 1920s) and the Ethnographic Museum (a collection that reflects the peculiarities of the life of the Bulgarian village of the 19-20 centuries - handicrafts and ritual items stand out among the exhibits).

Where to stay for tourists

In the Odessos area, travelers should pay attention to the quarter “Bury”: its advantages - a quiet and peaceful place + 10 minutes walk to the city center.

For a comfortable stay of travelers, the Asparuhovo area is suitable: it is in demand due to the existing beaches, inexpensive shops and restaurants, which offer panoramic views of the sea and the city..

Photos of Varna districts