Nessebar is one of the oldest European cities, it is included in the list of cultural heritage. The city is located in the east of Bulgaria, a few kilometers from the resort of Sunny Beach and 24 km from the airport of Burgas. Nessebar is divided into two parts – Old Nessebar is located on the island, and New Nessebar is located on the seashore. There is absolutely no transport in the old city, they move there exclusively on foot. Cobbled narrow streets, cultural attractions, museums, souvenir shops – all this attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world every year. The symbol of Nessebar is the windmill, which can be seen at the entrance to the old town. Not far from the mill is a monument to St. Nicholas – the patron saint of sailors, children and old people. In old Nessebar you can see the ruins of an ancient fortress, visit the museum of archeology, walk along the old street to the ancient church of Christ Pantokrator, where the art gallery is now located. There are many churches in the old town, all of which are worth visiting. The old town abounds with small colorful restaurants where you should definitely try fish delicacies. Souvenir rows offer a variety of trinkets and silverware, which you can safely buy here, they will be of high quality and at very affordable prices. You can get from the old Nessebar to the new city by walking along the narrow isthmus that connects them. There is a yacht club in Nessebar, which organizes nightly yacht trips. Unforgettable sensations are guaranteed, and you can not only admire the beautiful landscape, but also arrange a photo session. For lovers of nightlife, the resort has a lot of entertainment clubs. Concerts, performances by famous DJs, all kinds of theme parties, and entertainment events are regularly held. Separately, I would like to note the Bulgarian cuisine. It is rightfully considered one of the most delicious in Europe. There are many excellent restaurants in Nessebar, and you should definitely visit them all. Many outdoor terraces are located overlooking the sea. The highlight of Bulgarian cuisine are fish dishes. The portions are huge, you can safely order one dish for two, and that will be enough. Bulgarians are very hospitable and good-natured people, the service in restaurants will be at the highest level. The wine list is varied, you can choose both local drinks and familiar European ones. The average check will be significantly lower than the usual Russian one. And, of course, the proximity of the sea pleases. Those who like passive recreation can lie in the sun or swim. Those who like to walk can walk along the beach to Sunny Beach. Rest in Nessebar will not leave anyone indifferent.