The Primorski park, in Bulgarian, or the "Sea Garden", which opened in 1908, is the main park in the city of Varna and the beautiful city park in Bulgaria. It originated in a small garden established in 1862 by the Ottoman governor of Varna.
The park, also called the "Sea Park", is located along the city's coastal strip. Indeed, from its elevated position above the waterline, Primorski Park overlooks the Black Sea.
The park, on Primorski Blvd, is a perfect place to relax, take time out and rest on the green grass. With 26,000 square meters, this large and beautiful park is a green area that is considered the largest of its kind in Europe. Along with flowering gardens, there are many attractive corners, statues and fountains. The gardens were designed by the famous Austrian artist Anton Nowak, who turned this park into a charming place for all ages.
The park, which attracts both locals and tourists, promises you, in any case, hours of fun. Here you can have a good time from two hours to a full day.
Apart from his own charm, the park has a number of attractions for children, such as the zoo, the aquarium, the amphitheater, the dolphinarium, the planetarium and the observatory. The children can enjoy the amusement facilities in the large game area and can also cruise the boats in the water channel in the garden.
The park is open 24 hours a day, but for those who do not like to huddle, it is best to arrive early in the morning or in the evening.
In the summer there are various events and performances.
After visiting the park you can sunbathe and sunbathe on the public beaches of the city.
The park has cafes and restaurants overlooking the sea.