Wizz Air with 6 new destinations from Varna

To the birthplace of some of the greatest musicians – The Beatles, you can fly until September 16th three times a week – on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Since autumn flights have been canceled on Wednesday. If you want to see the Little Mermaid statue and enjoy the northern beauty of the Danish capital Copenhagen, you can book a flight on Tuesday or Saturday.

Six new flight destinations from Varna operate low-cost carrier Wizz Air. From the Bulgarian sea capital you will now be able to fly cheaply to Berlin, Cologne and Hamburg in Germany, Copenhagen in Denmark, Liverpool in the UK and Paris in France. The lowest price at which tickets can be purchased on the new routes is BGN 77.99 or approximately 39 Euro.

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In addition to the summer break, the new destinations of the airline are also suitable for cultural tourism. The second largest city in Germany – Hamburg, is also called Northern Venice because of its numerous water canals. Flights to this destination are scheduled for Tuesday and Saturday. In Cologne, in addition to the famous Gothic cathedral, you can also see sites of the Roman heritage of the city, as well as dozens of diverse museums. You can fly to Cologne on Thursdays and Sundays.

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If you are a fan of the night life, shopping, delicious food and want to explore some of the best museums in the world, your destination is the German capital Berlin. The flights from Varna to it are on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Without the need to present it is also the French capital Paris, where you can rejoin on Thursday and Sunday.

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