Exploring Varna on foot along with an VIP personal guide
Your Varna Eye Tour Guide:
- Fully Licensed
- Tour leader for groups 1 to 6
- Local guide in Varna
- Author of six book dedicated to architehctural heritage of Varna
- Radio History Presenter
- Tour for individual tourists
- Congress tourism
- Guided walking tour
Your Varna Eye Tour Guide:
- Fully Licensed and a member of Union of Bulgarian Tourist Guides
- Tour leader for groups 1 to 6 , with easygoing considerate manner
- Local guide in Varna with 20 years working experience
- Tour for individual tourists or small groups
- Guided walking tours for you and the family
- Specialised thematic tour – art, history and/or culture
700 English soldiers on thier way to the Crimea, lose their life to a cholera break out in 1854 in Varna
Without hesitation Varna Eye thoroughly recommends this exhibition especially for any car enthusiast.
The Archaeological Museum a must for a visit, home of "The Varna Gold Treasure" the oldest worked gold!
Dabko Dabkov Memorial , he designed some of the most important buildings you can still see in Varna
This beautiful architectural monument is of national importance in Bulgaria consecrated in 1886.
Grand Hotel London is a luxury five-star boutique hotel situated in the city centre of Varna
The Chamber for Trade and Commerce's monumental building is located in the historical heart of Varna.
This iconic building for Varna was constructed in 1927 by the design of arch. Dabko Dabkov.
Among the few examples in Varna of the so called “Brick-Gothic” style is the monumental building of the former High school for boys....
One of most domineering symbols of Varna since the 19th Century, has been the Varna High school for girls or as we know it now the Archeological Museum.
This is the oldest boulevard in Varna and bears the name of the wife of the Tsar Ferdinand 1st, Princess Marie Louise...
This elegant building stands on a corner at the beginning of “Princess Marie Louise” boulevard....
A segment of the Early Byzantine fortification wall of Odessos (4th - 6th c.) near the north eastern corner of the city.
The big Roman Thermae of Odessos were built in the late 2nd century, probably during the rule of emperor Septimius Severus (193 - 211).
The torpedo-boat 'Druzki' is an evidence of the first success of the Bulgarian Navy.
Commuter-V a craft now in a stationery position next to the sea wall in the Sea Gardens at Asparuhovo or is it?
Originally the clock tower was a fire watch tower overlooking the city and manned with fire watchers.
The park has a mausoleum to King Vladislav and is devoted to a battle held in Varna in 1444.
The original station had been in existence since October 26th 1866 when line between Varna and Rousse was inaugurated.
The Planetarium in Varna is known as the “Nicolaus Copernicus” National Observatory.
The Sea Garden (Bulgarian: Морска градина, Morska gradina) is the Bulgarian port city of Varna`s largest, oldest and best known public park.
The Royal Hotel designed by architect Dabko Dabkov, and this was one of his most magnificent façade.
Situated 18 km West from Varna the Stone Forest is one of the most beautiful natural phenomena in Bulgaria.
The siege of Varna (July — September 29, 1828) happened during the Russo-Turkish War, 1828-1829.
The buidling for the Higher Naval School was constructed in 1954. Until then the school was housed in different parts of Varna since it's establishment in 1900.
The Museum was opened on May 20, 1923. In 1956 it moved to Diana, a romantic villa which Asaretto, an Italian consul, built in 1890.
The Museum is picturesquely located in the heart of the Sea Gardens and shows some of the most characteristic natural features of the northern Bulgarian Black Sea coast.
The two-story building of white stone used to be the first city hospital, opened in 1869.
The monument is located in the garden behind the Varna District Court, it was inaugurated on December 23, 2008
The sports club, referred to by then and later Varna folk as the Heroes’ Gymnasium, was built at the beginning of 1890s.
Euxionograde Palace is a former residence of Bulgarian monarchs Alexander and Ferdinand, from late 19th century.
The Battle of Varna is the last battle of the Crusade of Varna, and took place on November 10, 1444 .
The Church of St. Paraskeva-Petka (known to most Varna residents as simply St. Petka)
The Maritime Church of St. Nicholas was built in 1865. Rumors have it that the reason for its construction was a vow made before God and St. Nicholas – the patron and protector of seamen.
In 1885 the Bulgarian prince Alexander I laid the foundation stone for this Catholic Church.
The Balchik Palace and the resort with the same name are situated in the Bulgarian Black Sea town in Southern Dobruja.
Varna Art Gallery has departments of painting, graphics and sculpture, aiming at showing the best by all Varna artists, as well as by most of Bulgaria’s other leading masters.
Just beyond at the junction of the streets Khan Kroum and Clement, is the small 19th century Armenian Church of “St. Sarkis".
One of the most visited buildings in Varna, the Aquarium, stands practically on the seashore at the beginning of the Marine Gardens.
Aladzha Monastery is a medieval Orthodox Christian cave monastery complex in a picturesque locality 3 km away from the resort of Golden Sands.
The monument is located on Osmi Primorski Polk Blvd. in the dividing green area of the boulevard, near intersection Chataldzha.
Galata Lighthouse was established in 1863 to replaced twice due to the previous two lighthouses collapsing into the sea due to land slides and poor construction planning.