Tourist information center
Tourist company TEDDY KAM has 30 years experience in the tourist business, bounded mainly with incoming tourism. The company was awarded with many prizes for Tour operator N 1 for incoming tourism, Tour operator of the year and for its 20-year contribution in tourism.
Our activities as we mentioned are mainly incoming tourism but we also develop a closed circle of services including incoming tourism, eco-tourism, winter tourism, congress tourism, youth tourism, cultural tourism, transfers, short and long stays, group tourism, incentives and etc.
Burgas is the end destination of the Trakia highway, which connects to the city to Yambol, Stara Zagora, Pazardzhik and Sofia. Important: The last petrol station on the highway in the direct to Burgas is before Stara Zagora. You can reach Burgas from Sofia, by road, in about 3 hours.
The trip from Varna to Burgas is around 2 hours. There are convenient connections to the city from all Black Sea coast cities, to the north and south of Burgas. The road Burgas – Malko Tarnovo is renovated and in very good condition; there is a Cross Border Station to Turkey on this road.
Burgas International Airport welcomes passengers from over 130 destinations worldwide. It is ranked second by passenger traffic in Bulgaria after Sofia Airport, servicing 3 million passengers annually. During the summer season there are a number of direct charter flights provided. Burgas Airport is located 10 km. northwest from the city center.
You can get from the airport to the city centre by:
The trip to Burgas by train is convenient and pleasant. The railway system in the country is well-developed and the lines of most trains pass through picturesque areas, which makes the trip a real pleasure. There are trains to Burgas from all large and most smaller cities in Bulgaria. There are trains from and to Sofia throughout the day and night – the duration of the trip is between 6 and 7 hours.
The Burgas Train Station is located in the city centre, immediately next to Coach Station South and the Maritime Station. There is a taxi rank and bus stops nearby.
The Station building is a monument of architecture – do not miss the opportunity to look around. It is curious to know that the architects use the same design to build the train station in Varna – thus, the buildings look exactly the same to this day.
There are daily coach lines from and to Burgas, linking it with other large cities in the country – Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Stara Zagora, Pleven, Veliko Tarnovo, etc. There is also a regular bus transport to Burgas from all Black Sea resorts – during the summer season, the buses from and to the closest seaside places like Nessebar, Sunny Beach, Pomorie, Sozopol and Chernomorets travel hourly. There is a daily coach to Istanbul. There are also regular lines to some of the larger European cities.
Burgas has two Coach Stations – South and West. Both have convenient connections with the city and intercity transport. Coach Station South is immediately next to the train station and the maritime station.
Since October 2013 Burgas also has a Maritime Station which is located in the public access area of the Port. Passenger ships dock there; it has the capacity to dock large cruise ships. During the summer season several ships travel from Burgas – with them you can reach St. Anastasia island.
Port Burgas also has a yacht club, offering a safe marina for yachts and motor-launches; the quay is 6 meters deep. The availability of a crane and security allows land locking and longer periods of stay for yachts.
EAT & drink
Restaurant “Zlatna ribka”