The largest lake along the Bulgarian coast, Lake Varna has an approximate surface area of 17 km2. It is long and skinny rather than circular, and empties into the Black Sea through two waterways, the older, natural Devnya River, and the man-made canal next to it. The Asparuhov Bridge crosses over both of the rivers on the east end of the lake, and on the west Lake Beloslav empties into Lake Varna. Some of the things to see around the lake include the Varna Necropolis, the Sea Garden, and the Varna Naval Museum.
Lake Varna is just to the west of the city of Varna, easily accessible by car. If you are planning a visit, there are lots of four- and five-star hotels in Varna, as well as discount hotels for the shoestring-budget traveler. Be sure to check it out first on Vayama.com, the easiest and most convenient way on the web to view and book anything you need!
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