Five Cities on Black Sea Coast that are Ethereal
Home to a many beautiful islands and sunny resorts, the Black Sea has now emerged as one of the popular tourist destinations in the world. The Black Sea waters are shared among many countries like Bulgaria, Georgia, Turkey, Ukraine, and many more. Here we’ve curated five best cities that are located along the Black Sea. Read on to choose a beautiful getaway for your holiday that you’re craving for.
Travel Along the Black Sea Coast
Known as the ‘Pearl of the Black Sea’, Batumi is a popular summer getaway for locals and tourists. It has undergone a significant change in recent years. Though Batumi has modern seaside resorts, it has still managed to keep the charm and elegance of the Black Sea. Explore the historic part of the city that spreads between seaport and the Boulevard, filled with historic buildings that resemble the architectural forms of Asia and Europe.
Must visit attractions of Batumi
- Statue of Ali and Nino
- Alphabetic Tower
- Chacha Tower
- Piazza Square
- Batumi Botanical Garden
Burgas and Varna, Bulgaria
Burgas and Varna are the main port cities of Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. For its economic and cultural significance, Varna is considered as important regional center and summer capital of Bulgaria. When it comes to Burgas – it has always been the most magical city for its beauty, pleasant atmosphere, and charming seashores. Besides tasting delicious and fresh seafood, the cities of Burgas and Varna offer plenty of unique attractions to explore.
Day trips from Burgas – Atanasovsko Lake, DiVes Estate Winery, Nessebar, Sozopol, Saint Anastasia Island.
Day trips from Varna – Balchik town, Pobiti Kamani, Tyulenovo village, Bolata Cove, Ovech Fortress
Constanța is the main transit point for many seaside resorts along the Black Sea. The city is a lively Black Sea hotspot with a vibrant multicultural scene, amazing architecture, bars, etc. Partying scene in Constanța is quite promising and doesn’t disappoint you.
Must visit attractions in Constanța
- Constanța Casino
- Tropaeum Traiani Monument
- The Mosque of Constanta
- Constanta Dolphinarium
- Tomis Harbor
Trabzon is a lively Black Sea city which has been attracting a lot of tourists with its natural and historical delights. The city is considered as Turkey’s most business-friendly and livable city. Black Sea coastal city mesmerizes every tourist with its lush environment, greenery, and cultural and historical heritage.
Must visit attractions in Trabzon
- The Hagia Sophia
- Sumela Monastery
- Uzungol Plateau
- Sera Gölü Lake
- Atatürk pavilion
‘Odessa mama’ this is how the locals call their lovable home city. The city has always been unique, modern, and energetic. The city is an artist haven and home to people from many countries – Russia, Ukraine, Greece, and many more. The contrasting mix of cultures makes this Ukrainian city unique, unlike any other place in the country. Plan your holiday to Odessa which has an invigorating mix of pristine beaches, leafy boulevards, Mediterranean climate, and ever inviting locals.
Must visit attractions in Odessa
- Mother-in-law Bridge
- Odessa Opera House
- Underworld of Odessa Catacombs
- Monument to Orange
- A house of one Wall