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itsa Patras Kavala Thessaloniki


Burgas Varna


Istanbul


Volos Piraeus


Turkey Kusadasi Antaly VARNA, BULGARIA Must see tourist attractions


• Museum of Archaeology (10min) • Aladzha Monastery (30min) • The Petrified Forest (30min) • Roman Thermae (10min) • The ‘Assumption of the Mother of God’ Cathedral (10min)


Port Varna EAD and its passenger terminal are located in the ancient cradle of the European civilization. Right here in Varna was found the oldest processed gold in the world. The city enjoys unique natural resources - mineral springs, beautiful beaches, green forests and conditions for memorable sea tourism experiences. Over the past three years the area around the passenger terminal has acquired a new and modern look, becoming a unique tourist node between the rich cultural and historical heritage of the city and the comfortable and modern urban environment. The Passenger Terminal is located at the north-east end of Varna East Port Terminal. The existing infrastructure includes a 3-storey building with a view over the sea, restaurants, shopping area and offices, which ensures complete service to passengers. Varna has a well


developed tourism infrastructure, the city is visited yearly by over 1 million tourists. Varna is in close proximity to World Heritage Sites - for example it is less than 2 hours’ drive to three UNESCO designated sites – the Madara Rider and the Thracian Tomb of Sveshtari. This enables the cruise lines to offer a diverse tour program to its passengers. Varna airport is well-connected with regular flights to the major European airports, which makes Varna a good choice for home porting. Port Varna EAD has been a host port of national and international sailing races (2010 Historical Seas Tall Ships Regatta, 2014 SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta, 2016 SCF Black Sea Tall Ships Regatta). In 2019, for a fourth time Varna Passenger Terminal is a host of the world’s most significant event for rigged vessels – the Tall Ships Regatta.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.2mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: minimal


Quays Total number of quays: 2 Total length of quays: 460mtr Quay depth: 6.7-8.2mtr Passenger terminals: yes, with restaurants, shopping areas and offices


Distances/Transportation City centre: 1km Airport: 10km Free shuttle service to city: if organised


Mailing Address Port of Varna EAD Varna 9000, 1 Slaveikov Square


P +359 52 692 232 F +359 52 632 953 E headoffice@port-varna.bg Wwww.port-varna.bg


Other Contact Aleksandar Avramov Head of Passenger Terminal Dept. E alavramov@port-varna.bg P +359 52 692 580 F +359 52 632 188 M +359 88845 45438


Main Contact


Lyubomir Dobrev Port of Varna East Manager E ts-east@port-varna.bg P +359 52 692 231 F +359 52 632 188 M +359 88668 8909


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Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 798 Total cruise calls 2017: 3 Total cruise lines 2017: 3 Turnaround port? no


PORT FACTS


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