Primoretz Grand Hotel & Spa

2 Kniaz Batenberg Street , Burgas, Burgas, 8000, Bulgaria | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 2 Kniaz Batenberg Street , Burgas, is near Palace and Botanical Gardens of Balchik.
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    Travel Blogs from Burgas

    Yarn in Varna and on to Lozenets near Tsarevo

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Sep 03, 2014

    12 photos

    Hilli looks up a blog to find that seriously good wool is to be found in Mother Bulgaria's Square in Varna.... but, in the event, MBS proves a lot harder to find than casino-hotels in this favourite watering hole for Russians. We stop to ask at the desk of one of these monsters and a nice young man directs Hilli to the squares around the court house. Hmmm. Guy and the Raven then enjoy a happy hour in the shade watching the world go by while an ...

    Day 14

    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Our first stop is Nessebar, a quiet little port in Bulgaria. The seaside town is a mix of old and new. On one side of the harbor we see modern hotels and, on the other, there are remnants of buildings from the Roman period. We walk thru the older section with its quaint shops and rough cobblestone streets. It's a little warm and humid out, so we walk down and dip our feet in the cool Black Sea. We stay in town until 1:00 and then head back ...

    A Brief Stay in Bulgaria

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 12, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... This brings SG appropriately to the subject of Germany’s plans to make foreigners pay for the use of German roads. It was in the media last week. If Germany has recognised the need to extend a road tax to all its road users (and not just indigenous taxpayers), why can’t the British government do likewise? The Germans have apparently discovered a way to implement it without breaking any EU law. It would be so easy to sell vignettes to all ...

    First holiday without my parents...gulp

    A travel blog entry by martinbarker90 on May 30, 2014

    4 photos

    I have a post about when i went to Magaluf a year later and i was a lot worse on that holiday than i was on this one...however i think this one set off my two years of drinking excessively...then again i could have just been at that age when you are learning just how much drink you can handle. In my case being around 5 foot 7 i realised pretty soon my body couldn't handle that much!

    One of my fondest memories of this holiday was actually the organising of ...

    The Black Sea is not black!

    A travel blog entry by cflove on May 27, 2014

    3 photos

    ... bit of English. Eventually he called me over and said "ah boat people", smiled at his joke, scribbled in my passport and said we could go.... so we did. The Bulgarian side was actually pretty swift but I was glad we had read that we had to buy a road tax sticker because 20km down the road we were stopped by the police for a "vignette" check. A quick look at the sticker and passport and off we went.

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