Nessebar lies nestling along a romantic peninsula
Itís cobblestone streets, well kept medieval churches and timbered houses from the 19-th century lend the place its particular charm. In fact, due to its chequered past Nessebar's churches can be best described as a cross between Slav and Greek orthodox architecture - some of the finest in the area. You can stroll for hours through its streets, looking at the wide choice of local street wares on offer or else head for the shade of the many churches and museums to capture some thing of Nessebarís rich and exotic past.
Nessebar has a good selection of private accommodation, very often in grand old houses from the previous century. You will never run out of places to eat and drink in Nessebar - it has a wide choice of restaurants, taverns and cafes.
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