Although Burgas is not considered the most popular resort in Bulgaria, the rest here is no worse than in other parts of the coast. The city has a couple of equipped beaches, many hotels for every taste and quite interesting attractions.
Every year Burgas hosts several international festivals dedicated to theater and music. From April to September, the city turns into the cultural capital of the country, to which travelers from all over Europe aspire.
First of all, tourists will be interested to visit the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museums, the Seaside Park, ancient Roman and Thracian settlements. It is also worth taking a boat trip to St. Anastasia Island and walking along the picturesque city pier in the evening.