Located North-East of Bulgaria in the Black Sea shore, Varna City is the third largest city in Bulgaria with over 330,000 population. It has a rich cultural and economic significance, and that is why it is also referred to as the Sea Capital of Bulgaria. Varna City has an area of 205 sq. km. It has abundant natural resources that make it a favorite resort. The city is at the crossroads between the Middle East and Western Europe.
Varna City has a favorable climate that makes the development of industry, trade, and tourism possible. Investors find the city ideal for business. Besides, it is a suitable vacation destination for sea tourism in the warm of the year.
Historically, Varna City was originally established as Odessos in the 6th century BC. By emigrants from Milet town, Asia Minor. Within a short time, it became a polis and an important port; therefore, it became one of the commercial centers on the Black Sea,
The city became very influential as cultural, commercial, and economic center to the extent of coining its money, a clear evidence of economic development. However, Odessos was included within the borders of the Roman Empire in the 15th year AD. But Tsar Kaloyan if Bulgaria in 1201 integrated Odessos to Bulgaria. The city was conquered in 1398 by Ottoman conquerors, and it became a center of commerce and culture in the 18th-19th century during the Revival.
Today, Varna City has two of the most ultramodern halls in Bulgaria-The Festival and Congress Center and the Palace of Culture and Sports which make possible the conducting of events such as international cinema, festivals, sporting events, scientific forums, International Jazz Festival., etc.
Varna City has a modern port, international airport, and railway connection connecting about 35 states and more than 100 world cities. The city is one of Bulgaria largest transport centers.
The city has a great collection of monuments in its museum-Archaeological Museum. Few of the items in the museum includes the finds from the Varna Chalcolithic necropolis. Other museums in Varna City include the Ethnographic Museum and the Maritime Museum.
Moreover, Varna affirms its authority as a cultural center with the construction of one of the richest and largest fine arts galleries in Bulgaria. Varna has several tourist attraction due to historical monuments that are preserved like the Roman bath.
The city also has an ecological park combining the natural and artificial natural ecological system. The park has a plant collection of over 300 species of exotic trees and bushes as well as over 100 species of the herbaceous plants.
Above all, Varna is blessed with beautiful and intelligent women who can compete with the ladies from other countries of the world.