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“cobbled streets”(458 reviews)
“sunny beach”(1,540 reviews)
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Ulitsa Mesembrija 16, Nessebar, Nessebar 8230, Bulgaria
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 23 June 2008

We spent 2 weeks in Old Nessebar in early June 2008 and loved it as a base. It is stuffed full of ancient monuments and churches : wonderful exploring for the history buff. You can buy a book about Old Nessbar which wil give you...More

30  Thank strawberrywhip
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 30 April 2007

The old city itself is very nice, but parking your car can be challenging. The best way would be to park your car before reaching the bridge that links the old and the new town. Should you decide to park inside the old town, go...More

16  Thank corenana
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All reviews cobbled streets sunny beach lots of shops the bus beautiful place well worth a visit water taxi day trip sea view bars and restaurants lovely village great place to visit seafood lots of history world heritage site per person ice cream
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Old Nessebar is full of wonderful surprises. I especially like the museum, the Wind Mill, Church of Christ Plantocrator, Hagia Sophia Church, Basilica of the Holy Mother of God Eleusa and Church of St. Stephen. This is a great place to wander around and explore....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

You could walk for hours. This ancient city on a small island is astonishing. You could walk for hours among its cozy streets and sit in atmospheric restaurants along the Black Sea shore.

Thank slupki2
Reviewed 1 week ago

This town has its origins over 2000 years ago and had gone through the times of the Roman Empire, the Byzantium empire, the crusade wars, the middles ages of Bulgarian kings, the Ottoman empire, the communist era after the second world war, until the present...More

Thank drwschen
Reviewed 1 week ago

A friend and I, first walked there from our hotel a long the sea front early in the morning, the view was wonderful in the rising sun coming over the old town. We went into the town wondering through the small streets and finding the...More

Thank Elaine H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We are here in Nessebar for three days and have spent a full day exploring the the place. November is off-season and all the church museums, and most of the shops and restaurants are closed. The place is pretty quiet as there are not many...More

1  Thank dannychan_sg
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went here only for a day. Came with direct bus from Airport (catch it from the opposite side of the roundabout, just walk down to the main road), and left in the evening for Varna. The bus to Varna only leaves a few times during...More

Thank Mattias S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After season it is nice place to rest and to walk around. There are a lot of restaurants, shops and things to seesight.

Thank Monika M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautifull old town. Worth to see. There is no any interesting attractions but just take walk, visit some souvenirs shops and eat something in a restaurant with the seaview. Its great. If its too laud and too crowded for you I suggest to rent...More

Thank Tomasz P
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We went here for the day and it was a lovely place to visit,we went for a coffee and could sit and admire the scenery and the harbour,we did some gift shopping and stopped for lunch then caught a boat back to sunny beach.This is...More

Thank juet2kidz
Reviewed 13 October 2018

A lovely place to spend a day, or as a base. Very crowded in high season, and half-shut in low-. Best in the “shoulder months”. Not the cheapest place, but very pleasant, and no lack of places to eat or drink with wonderful vistas.

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shelby a
26 July 2018|
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Response from jahogan | Reviewed this property |
Hi Shelby, well! The current exchange rate is 2.20 Lev per pound or approx 2 lev per euro.. you can eat a main course every day for for approx 5-8 Lev and a pint of beer is 2.70 Lev. (If you were a drinker :D) 600 lev will... More
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shelby a
26 July 2018|
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Response from Belfastgirl39 | Reviewed this property |
You can wander around an look at quite a few places. There is a ticket you can buy that will let you in to all the churches and the museums... I think it is about 20 lev per person.
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Jo4791
27 May 2018|
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Response from Ray S | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is open 24 7
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