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- Beautiful ancient town. Plenty of restaurants and shops whilst still retaining the ancient feel. Views of the sea are stunning. Little cobbled streets lead off each other into another. Would highly recommend a visit.Written 26 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very nice place. Owner very friendly. Very delicious wine! We tasted around 6 types of wine and I bought 2 bottlesWritten 14 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We, my 22-year-old son, his partner and myself had a great day at Nessebar Aquapark. Queues were minimal and we managed to go on most of the rides. The staff were welcoming and friendly. The rides catered for the adventurous and less so inclined. Worth a visit if you are nearby.Written 20 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I think this was the largest of the 4 churches we visited and the most impressive. You enter through a lovely lych gate and go into the grounds. The way in is around the corner and opens onto a vestibule which has lots of fabulous artwork painted on the walls. In the church itself there is a beautiful lectern up quite a lot of steps, lots of wooden columns and an wooden ceiling. There are also lots of wall paintings inside. The alter is behind a curtain and we assumed you could not go in there. Outside in the churchyard there is a very peaceful seating area with a large fig tree and a pergola with a vine growing over it. There is also a toilet available here.Written 5 July 2023
- but easy to imagine the majesty of the church in days gone by. Great Byzantine architecture and worth a visit.Written 27 June 2023
- Creative and imaginative patterns all round the top of Church overlooking the sea. Unable to get inside but can just about peep through the gates. Another must see.Written 27 June 2023
- Small but very interesting for archeology lovers.We bought a combined ticket at the windmill.
Note that the address in TripAdvisor is incorrect, just go to the old city of NessebarWritten 26 August 2023
- Church on the main thoroughfare and a sight to behold. Again another locked Church but has pleasant flower beds. Try see all the Byzantine churches in Nesebar,Written 27 June 2023
- Most picturesque building with rounded features. Rather different from typical brickwork of Byzantine Churches but beautiful in is design.Written 27 June 2023
- What a beautiful place. I have never been in a church quite like this one. Shining gold rimmed paintings. Lovely to have a walk around.Written 23 September 2023
- which you can read about in the website. Not as spectacular as those in St Stephens. Pretty exterior as in all Byzantine Churches.Written 28 June 2023
- with a dome and lovely brick and stone work. We simply cannot get enough of Byzantine design and love every Church we saw. Hollow a trail map provided by tourist info and try to see them all if you are into such design.Written 28 June 2023
- Not far from the entrance to the Old Nessebar is one of the new symbols of the city - the sculpture of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, patron saint of sailors, families, children, merchants. He is like a Flying Angel guarding the city, its history and culture.Written 21 May 2023
- Lovely and interesting motifs on the arches of Church. Did not go in. For us it is the exterior that we can appreciate because of the brick and stone work.Written 28 June 2023
- This lovely little Russian orthodox church looks very typical with it being packed with religious iconography, including some fascinating icons like a black Madonna, painted ceiling, etc. There is an absolutely huge shop of religious artefacts which I went crazy in with. The whole place has a vibrant living feel of a church where people really do go religiously to pray there was a helpful lady at the shop who can actually tell you who the icons there represent.Written 13 July 2022
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