Dated from year 570 BC, this roman therms are a memory for greeks, elins, romans and many other ethnicities and the old Odessos.
Third biggest Roman ruins in Europe and, off course the biggest in Bulgaria. The therms were built in 2nd century AD and Romans enjoyed there by bathing in freezing cold water, tepid water or hot water.
This is a quite central and easy to get to bath complex that once belonged to the Roman city of Odessus. These baths date back to the year 100: They’re among the largest Roman Thermae to survive in Europe, and only second of all those outside Rome.
The Roman Thermae are situated in the southeastern part of the modern city, which under the Roman Empire was known as Odessus. The baths were constructed in the late 2nd century AD and rank as the fourth-largest preserved Roman thermae in Europe and the largest in the Balkans.
“The Regional History Museum is the historical and archeological museum of Varna. It was founded in 1887 by the Karel brothers and Herman Shkorpil. The museum holds the oldest gold in the world discovered in 1972 near Varna.”
“After the gift of a fox to the local Division of Parks and Forests in the early 1950, local people had started the zoo building, and a bear arrived in 1956. Today the zoo is housing 72 species of animals, of which 17 protected kinds of bids and animals, written in the Red Book of Bulgaria”
“The sea garden is an emblem of Varna town. It is situated on 850 decares along the seaside line. There is a sun-dial representing a flying swan at the entrance of the sea garden. ”
“Its a great mall near the city center of varna and about 20 min far from cathedral. I always look for offers and several brands offerd very good prices specially in winter and autumn wears. Do not miss the food court at the top floor i loved meditranian dish a cooked rice with chicken.”
“A great place to meet loved ones, friends and acquaintances. Service perfectly, only by young people. Extremely varied food prepared in the most delicious way. The setting is very reassuring. It is worth visiting.”