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Old Nessebar

Ulitsa Mesembrija 16, Nessebar, Nessebar 8230, Bulgaria
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Nessebar Old Town Walking Tour
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“cobbled streets” (107 reviews)
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Ulitsa Mesembrija 16, Nessebar, Nessebar 8230, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a lovely place to visit the old town is stunning lots of cobbled streets a nice walk around the outside with lovely sea views

Thank Maggie324569
Reviewed 2 days ago

A nice place, very touristy. Make sure you are early before the shops open, then you can make beautiful pictures.

Thank _jacqueline_bergsma
Reviewed 2 days ago

We travelled to Old Nessebar on the bus which was very cheap and as others have said be careful with your belongings on the buses. It is well worth the visit, lovely cobbled streets with quaint shops, lovely restaurants, particularly fish and seafood. They are...More

Thank Julie S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I visited here for half a day in the sun. We went via the noddy train - you have to change train but the conductors are great and will show you how you go about it - highly recommended form of transport over the bus...More

Thank Bs7964
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A really wonderful little town with some fantastic restaurants and shops on offer. Parking facilities are great near by for those like us who have visited in a car. The views all around the island are fantastic, and you can walk on a lovely flat...More

Thank Adam T
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Worth a visit! Lovely cobblestone streets, lots of shops and restaurants, kids playground, lovely buzz.

1  Thank DenisemcNol
Reviewed 5 days ago

Little historic city with quaint wooden houses, old stone churches, fish restaurants and turistic shops.

Thank ptrata
Reviewed 6 days ago

Old Nessebar is a nice place to wander round and look at views, there are some restaurants serving nicer food but you will pay more for it. This area of Bulgaria is set up for tourists, it is full of tacky shops selling crappy souvenirs...More

Thank Ali E
Reviewed 6 days ago

Beautiful cobbled streets full of shops, lots of old ruins of churches to see . Stunning views had a great day out there.

Thank alicep482017
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a Unesco heritage city but has too many shops. Some of the stores have traditional bulgarian objects. There are many restaurants with good food and you should choose one that has a view over the sea.

Thank Bogdan E
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Valerie L
23 April 2017|
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Response from benjibrian | Reviewed this property |
5 minute walk to shops but a 20 minute walk or bus ride to old nessebar is better . great little place...all sorts there
4 August 2016|
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Response from Dobrina T | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for late reply. We actually stayed in Ravda near Nessebar in the hotle Dream Holiday but I wouldnt say it fits for a wedding :/
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24 June 2016|
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Response from IrisK123 | Reviewed this property |
In Bulgaria its lev.