Burgas Province
Nesebar
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Nesebar The Essential
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A fortified island linked to the mainland by a narrow dyke: this is how Nesebar appears to visitors. Its cobbled streets, lined with wooden houses, as well as chapels and churches, testify to the prestigious past of the city which had its heyday during the reign of Tsar Ivan Alexander (1331-71), when it acquired as many as 41 new churches! After a period of decline, the city recovered its prestige at the time of the National Awakening (18C and 19C). Today, Nesebar is a summer resort on Unesco's World Heritage list.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Nesebar
Town walls
Town walls
One gets a glimpse of the walls of the
120 minutes
Nesebăr Basilica, former metropolis
Nesebăr Basilica, former metropolis
The tall walls of this imposing basilica
30 minutes
St Stephen's Church, a new metropolis
St Stephen's Church, a new metropolis
The massive-looking St-Stephen's Church,
30 minutes
Church of Christ-Pantocrator, Nesebăr
Church of Christ-Pantocrator, Nesebăr
The beauty of the church of Christ
30 minutes
Church of St John Aliturgetos
Church of St John Aliturgetos
Overlooking the sea, this church always
30 minutes
Church of the Holy Saviour, Nesebăr
Church of the Holy Saviour, Nesebăr
The partly buried church of Saint
30 minutes