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Long Term Rental - Ideal Centre

ID: 4015

Type: Apartment

Sleeps: 4

Beds: 2

Per Month: €520/£463



This unfurnished two bed apartment is located in the very centre of the city, only 2 minutes walk from Varna’s main pedestrian street “Knyaz Boris 1”, and Varna’s largest park (Varna sea gardens)

This long term rental apartment is in right in the heart of Varna city and surrounded by everything from attractive fruit and flower markets, stylish restaurants, trendy cafes, bars, boutique style shops, the list is just endless. For all you shopaholics out there this could possibly be place for you!! With the city center being right on your door step you could literary shop until you drop….

This rental apartment is located on the forth floor (with lift) and offers two bedrooms, kitchen area, a large open plan living area and shower room with separate toilet. This rental apartment is of great value and in a great location



The city of Varna is located in North-East Bulgaria. It is third largest city after Sofia and Plovdiv and is called Bulgaria`s Sea Capital. The gem of the Bulgarian Black Sea is situated at the end of the big Varna Bay, with a convenient and well conserved water area a port wich in years handles up to 18 million tons of cargo. Nowadays it is the main port for both naval and commercial shipping and, adjacent as it is to the coastal resorts of Constantine and Helena (Druzhba), Riviera, Golden Sands, and Albena, it has a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Sailors on shore-leave in unfamiliar ceremonial uniforms, mingle with foreign tourists and locals as they promenade along shady boulevards, lined by dignified 19th and early 20th century buildings. The city`s peculiar sea charm is sublime and moving. Ancient, medival, renaissance and modern cultures mingle and coexist through the city.

The city is clean and green. Of the green miracles at least three are a must: the Marine Gardens which are the largest in the Balkans; Euxinograd park, the former Royal Palace; the paradise of St.Constantine.

Varna is a city of old culture, living traditions and ambitious undertakings. Some 20 percent of its population are students in various educational institutions, four of wich are higher.



Varna comes to life at night time. The cathedral looks amazing when it is all lit up. During the day it is a beautiful building but at night it becomes spectacular!! The markets stalls look like side shows at a fair with the single light bulb dangling above the seller's head. Its a vibrant city that you must see by day and by night to get the true feel of the place.




The famous village of Vinitsa, inhabited by so-called Gagaouzi people, is situated 10 km north-east of Varna. The Gagaouzi are Christians who speak an ancient Turkish dialect and have very interesting traditions. Besides, the Galata Cape is attractive to naturelovers for its meadows, groves, natural water springs with drinking water, and rocks convenient for fishing. Remains of the rampart of Khan Asparuh can be seen close to the famous Asparuh Bridge situated at the Varna lake. The founder of the Bulgarian state built the rampart 13 centuries ago in order to resist the raids of the Byzantine fleet. One can also visit the Dzhanavar Hill, located to the south of the lake of Varna and sheltering a basilica from the early Christian times. Another place of interest close to the city is Pobitite Kamuni (Rammed Stones), 18 km west of the city. The stone figures were formed by erosion about 50 million years ago and hold in various forms of fossils. Many of them were used as places of worship during Thracian, Slavonic, and ancient Bulgarian times. The nearby industrial town of Devnya holds the remains of the ancient town of Marcianopolis, the second biggest town in ancient Bulgaria after Philippopolis (the latter currently named Plovdiv and being the second largest city in the state). These include defense walls, a rampart, turrets, and a forum. The Petrich Kale (Petrich Fortress) rises just opposite the railway station of Razdelna close to the city. The fortress was built in the 5th century, but was rebuilt in the 13-14th century following its destruction. The rocks near the fortress are perfect for mountaineering.



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