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Burgas is the fourth largest city in Bulgaria, situated in the south-eastern part of the country. It is located in a distance of 130km from the sea town Varna and about 400km from the capital Sofia. If this is you first time in our City you will definitely fall in love with it. Burgas has something to offer for any traveler.
For the first time the name of Bourgas appeared as early as 1306 in a poem by Manuel Phil, Bysantium poet, as Pirgos - the Greek equivalent to the Latin word Burgos, i.e., ‘the Tower’: a name preserved in local legends, and dating as back as 1st or 2nd century AD, when a Roman travel station was functioning at the place of the present-day harbour.
The earliest life can be traced back to the Bronze and the beginning of the Iron Ages; while a number of finds, treasures and archaeological sites have witnessed to live activities during the Thracian epoch, that is to say the second half of 4 BC. Yoan Exarch, one of Bulgaria’s pre-renaissance authors, wrote: ‘The sea brings all that is distant together’. It is the sea itself that is shaping the appearance of Bourgas, the spirit of its people and the original atmosphere due to century-old contacts with various nations and civilizations. The Municipality of Burgas is located in the South-eastern part of the Republic of Bulgaria, occupies an area of 468 sq.km. and has a population of 240 000 people. There are many interesting natural and tourist sites on its territory.
The climate here is temperately continental with a distinct impact from the Black Sea. Bourgas is an industrial centre too. It is not famous as a beach resort (although few beaches you can find), but more as a turning point to the big southern Black Sea resorts in Bulgaria like Sunny Beach, Nessebar, Sozopol, Dyuni, elenite, etc. The Airport of Burgas is the one where the international flights land in the summer. The favourable geographical location and advanced transport infrastructure of Burgas are good prerequisites for development of tourism and trade. Burgas is not only an important industrial centre in the country, it has also considerable resources for tourism. Port Burgas is the biggest Bulgarian sea port. The amazing combination of sea, sun and virgin nature make Burgas a favourite spot for many holiday-makers.
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