For a port city, there are a surprising number of things to do in Burgas. When you spend a weekend in Burgas, you have a choice of visiting museums, shopping or expanding your exploration to include the surrounding areas. Burgas tourism offers many opportunities for shopping in the market squares with their local shops full of local crafts and wares. But there are several Burgas attractions you won’t want to miss. The Burgas Archeological Museum contains exhibits documenting the ancient Roman history of the city and includes a Thracian king tomb.
Other Burgas sights are the Maritime Park and the Ethnographical Museum. The Ethnographical Museum preserves the Burgas culture with its many displays of regional costumes and local craftwork. If you visit Burgas at the right time of year, you can attend one of the popular festivals such as the International Folklore Festival (August) or the Burgas Sea Song Festival (July and August). Vayama.com can help you plan a trip to Burgas that insures you take advantage of everything the city has to offer visitors.