If you are away from Nessebar, and right now during the declared state of emergency in Bulgaria, there is no way to walk through its small beautiful streets, you can take a completely safe tour without the need for a safety mask.
The Easter basket with brightly colored eggs stands out from among the fortress walls of the old town.
Christ Pantocrator Church
One of the most remarkable and best preserved medieval churches in Nessebar – built in XIII-XIV century. It is a typical representative of the picturesque style in church architecture.
Hagia Sophia Church (Old Metropolitan Church)
There are more than 40 churches built in Old Nessebar, built in the period from the 5th to the 19th century, but the most notable is the Hagia Sophia Church (Old Metropolitan Church).
It is located in the old city center. Its length is 25-26 meters and its width is 22 meters. The church has been partially restored.
Behind Hagia Sophia Church, there is a beautiful illustration of the Old Kavak Restaurant. You can see more pictures here
A few pictures of the romantic, narrow little streets of old Nessebar:
St. John Alitiougretos Church
The church is located in the eastern part of the peninsula. According to legend, the church is not sanctified at all (hence its name – “alliturgetos” is “unlit” in Greek). During construction, one of the builders fell down and was killed. At the same time, according to some sources, worship services were held in the church.
In the immediate vicinity of the port is the Ancient Amphitheater. During the summer, concerts and various events are organized here.
The Fisherman’s Statue is the last photo in the publication. It is located on the south side of the strait. It was installed in 2006 and is the work of sculptor Stavri Kalinov.