The city of Varna is one of the biggest cities in Bulgaria, and its main railway station is among the most important in the country's railway system. The very first train line in Bulgaria started in sun-kissed Varna in 1886, so the eponymous railway hub is one of the oldest train stations n Bulgaria! If you have been to Burgas, you will immediately recognize the station building when you see it, as the railway stations in both cities are very much alike and were designed by the same architect, Nikola Kostov. The current building was officially opened in 1925 by Tsar Boris III. Interestingly, the world-famous Orient Express train used to stop at Varna Railway Station for a few years at the end of the 19th century.
Getting Around Varna Railway Station
Are there any left-luggage facilities at Varna train station?
Yes, the station is very modern and offers a wide range of facilities to ensure a traveler's comfort. You are welcome to take advantage of luggage storage at the station in exchange for a small fee.
How to get to the city center from the station?
Varna transport system is very well-spread, so you can get around the city without any problems. There are several bus stations nestled next to the station's building. To get to the city center, you need to catch a bus №22 or №24. Both go to the city center as well as pass the main bus station of Varna.