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Nessebur

Old Nessebur, view
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Just a stone's throw from Sunny Beach resort - yet a million miles away in terms of atmosphere and style - is the small rocky peninsula of Nessebur. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this charming little village is a living monument with ancient fortress walls, many medieval churches, narrow cobblestone lanes and old wooden houses with lines of drying fish hanging from their roofs.


Nessebur
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This romantic seaside village, a haven for fishermen, artists and lovers, is a place of incomparable beauty, dating back to the Thoracic times nearly 2500 years ago. Here you can soak up the real Bulgaria, with its carved limestone towers and archaeological remains of the acropolis.

Nessebur has few hotels, so guests stay on a room-only basis in private Bulgarian homes. The apartments are generally self-contained units within an occupied family house or an apartment in a small block. Furnished in a traditional style and to a good standard with a private bathroom and WC, most apartments will comprise two or three rooms (with the rooms varying in size to accommodate between two and six people). In the many cases where a Bulgarian family is living in the house, it helps to create a friendly, charming atmosphere.

Nessebur has a variety of bars, a delightful village square, and plenty of shops and markets to buy food in for cooking at your apartment. There are also a variety of inexpensive restaurants for dining out - ranging from typical Bulgarian cuisine to Mexican and Chinese - with prices so affordable, you'll be tempted to skip slaving over a hot stove even if you are a family.

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Last update: Mon, 7 May, 2007 17:03