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Burgas is the second-largest city and is on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. The town is near the Burgas Lakes and is very popular amongst those leading a coliving lifestyle. Home to famous churches and Bulgarian folk culture, it is filled with history and certainly has a story to tell.
Troykata Square is the center point of Burgas, none as the perfect spot to start when doing some sightseeing. Surrounded by Majestic Buildings, visiting the famous Church of Saint Cyril and Sea Garden is a must. Sea Garden is jam-packed with playgrounds, cafés, ice cream spots, and promenades. It is all-natural in color and is easy to find access to while here in Burgas. A very picturesque place for those photography lovers as there is always something interesting to snap. Burgas is very safe, allowing visitors to roam and explore freely.
Bulgarian cuisine is full of unique flavor and is a representative of the delicious Mediterranean cuisine. The best dishes to experience in Burgas are Gypathra, Tarator, and Banitsa. Banitsa is a well-known local favorite - it is a traditional Bulgarian pastry dish. There is plenty of cuisine options for those looking to find something interesting to sample.
With so many things to see and do, it's good to know that there are fantastic bus systems and taxis here, making it easy to get around. Tourists and remote workers based in the center enjoy walking to experience the city's many sights.
Coliving in this winter wonderland is very affordable, making it a place where digital nomads opt for long-term accommodation. It has lots of places to work from, including cafés and spaces dedicated to remote workers, should you need a change of working environment. There are many places to find Wi-Fi in the city, making it super easy to stay connected with those back home.
Fun facts about Burgas:
- The city did not start to develop until the late 19th century
- The summertime only lasts about five months long here
- The city is filled with Bulgarian folk culture
- The port of Burgas is a popular holiday resort for tourists, which has a lively town center and gorgeous beaches