The city of Burgas is the administrative center of the largest tourist region in Bulgaria as it is located on the Southern Black Sea coast.
Burgas is one of the fastest developing cities in Bulgaria. Its geostrategic location makes it one of the country’s most important economic centers, as well as a developing tourist destination. The city is a natural commercial and transport hub – an important gate to the continent.
Burgas International Airport handles more than 2.8 million passengers annually and the port is among the most favorable on the Black Sea coast.
Walking down Burgas city center feels like stepping into the past – a car-free pedestrian area with the low-rise buildings in the Neoclassical and Rococo style of another time. However, the stroll between bohemian cafes is a walk along with one of the most high-tech public spaces in Europe. The old-style streetlamps with round tabletops offer ports for charging computers, mobiles, cameras, electric bikes, and wheelchairs, and also emit free Wi-Fi covering the area.
80km south of Sicily lies this beautiful island and it's amazing Mediterranean weather. Independent since 1964 and republic since 1974 its current status hides its major role in history with many nations ruling it. English, French, Phoenicians, Romans, Byzantines, Swabians, Aragonese, and even the Spanish.
Understandably it is now rich in culture, archaeology, food and festivals.
Provence, a region in southeastern France bordering Italy and the Mediterranean Sea, is known for its diverse landscapes, from the Southern Alps and Camargue plains to rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields. To the south is the Côte d'Azur (or French Riviera), where the elegant city of Nice and glamorous resort towns such as Saint-Tropez and Cannes line the coast