Euxinograd Palace

Euxinograd Palace – located at the north side of the Primorski Park in Varna, on a small isthmus. It was built in the period 1881-1885, for the purpose of a summer residence of Prince Alexander I of Battenberg. Initially, the residence was called Sandrovo (after the Prince’s diminutive in Italian — Sandro) but in 1893 Princess Maria Louise of Bourbon-Parma renamed it to Euxinograd (The Hospitable Town). One of the most beautiful parts of Euxinograd is its park. A natural continuation of the palace to the sea is the lake, known as The Water Mirrors due to the interesting optical effect of the floating water lilies. The statue of Neptune with cherubs completes the overall picture. The park is a specific ecosystem with a rich collection of plant species of great scientific and botanical value. It has 3 large greenhouses, in which more than 500 flower species and over 200 sapling species are grown. There grows the oldest tree in Varna region – the Himalayan cedar, at an age of about 130 - 135 years.

Address: Ss Constantine and Helena, Euxinograd Residence, Varna, 9002
Telephone: 052 393 140

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