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The town of Balchik up north is yet another pearl in the crown of the Bulgarian seaside that is worth visiting by those who wish to further expand their knowledge on local culture.

The town of Balchik up north is yet another pearl in the crown of the Bulgarian seaside that is worth visiting by those who wish to further expand their knowledge on local culture. Its hilly streets offer some of the most impressive panoramic views of the blue sea and all of them lead in one direction – the palace. The Palace of Queen Marie of Romania in Balchik is one of the most visited sights in the entire northern half of the coast. The complex includes several residential buildings, a couple of religious temples and the most beautiful botanical garden in the country.



The special thing about the palace is its truly remarkable style which can simply be defined as an architectural hotchpotch of traditional Christian and Muslim ornaments. It used to symbolise the queen’s strong faith in Baha’I, a Persian religion according to which all mankind should be united spiritually. Although not part of the original design of the palace, the botanical garden built on its territory in 1940 has become an inseparable part of it and is probably its biggest highlight. It stretches out on an area of around 15 acres and is home to nearly 3000 plant species, some of which really exotic.


The town of Balchik boasts three of the best 18-hole golf courses in Bulgaria designed by the renowned professional golf players Gary Player and Ian Woosnam. They should satisfy the whims of even the most capricious fans of the club and ball.





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