Roman thermae


Roman thermae – one of the few preserved historical monuments in Bulgaria dating from the antiquity. They stretch on a total area of 7,000 m2 and date back to the end of 2 c. In addition, the Roman thermae are considered the largest public building from this period in the territory of our country. They are located at a key point – in the central part of Varna, near the railway station and the port of the city. 

Location: at the corner of the streets San Stefano and Khan Krum
Opening Hours: 10.00 – 17.00 h; Closed: Monday



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