Luca Helios Beach

Address: Tchernomorska Str. 44, Obzor, Burgas, 8250, Bulgaria | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Tchernomorska Str. 44, Obzor.
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      Travel Blogs from Obzor

      Celebrity constellation - free drinks!!!

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      A travel blog entry by alyssamyc on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... first glimpse of the beautiful Veliko as the bus took us down the winding mountain roads into the city. The hostel had a great atmosphere - the common room had pillows on the floor you could lie and sit on, and nice carpets. They served a free breakfast and also a free dinner! It was a two minute walk from the fortress as well. The first day there we went up to Tsaravets Fortress and the church at the top, then wandered through the city. There are a ton of these murals in ...

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      Under communist eyes

      A travel blog entry by solitarysoul on Jun 21, 2014

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      As helpful as travel guidebooks are, the places travelers truly love to go rarely can be found within their pages. Yesterday, a fellow hosteller asked if I wanted to go to the UFO. I was intrigued, and after a few questions on the details (and to cagily verify his sanity), I was ready to go. Five of us would leave after breakfast to be taken by private guide to a place some travelers come all the way to Bulgaria just to see. That was all I knew, and all ...