Forgot password?

Cheap flights to Burgas

Timetable

Please enter the airport code, city or country.
  
  

Use our PDF timetable* if you wish to print a copy or download a PDF version to your computer.

 Timetable for summer season flights (01.09.2016-29.10.2016)

Please note! The PDF timetable is updated once a week, the data are correct at the time of creation, and can change occasionally. For exact flight times use our online timetable.

* to view this document you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download this software from Adobe free of charge.

Local weather
Currency
...loading
...loading

Take a flight to Burgas and

  • Enjoy uncrowded Black Sea resorts
  • Taste Tarator and Shopska Salad – traditional dishes of the Bulgarian cuisine
  • Take a walk and explore Maritime Park beauty

Geography

Cheap airbaltic flights to Burgas

Burgas is Bulgaria's fourth-largest city with a population of around 200,000 and plays an important role in the country's economy. Not only is it a major sea port, but it is the transport hub via which thousands of people arrive on cheap flights to discover the sun, sea and sand of the Black Sea resorts.

Despite its reputation as an industrial centre, the city of Burgas and its surroundings are well worth exploring too. The region is rich in archaeological sites and spent centuries under Ottoman rule, and the city is surrounded on three sides by lakes that act as important nature reserves.

Like the other Black Sea towns, Burgas has a subtropical climate with long, warm summers and mild winters by Balkan standards. Every month from April to September boasts around 200 hours of sunshine, rising to more than 300 hours in July and August.

Languages

The official language is Bulgarian, a slavic language that, like Russian, uses the cyrillic alphabet. As the airport is the major arrival point for many tourists taking cheap flights to Burgas many businesses also speak English, German and Russian. There are also small Turkish and Roma minorities. 

See and do

The Opera House has an international reputation and is home to the city’s two major musical institutions; the Burgas State Opera and the Philharmonic Society, both of which offer frequent concerts at excellent prices.

The Ethnographic Museum right next to the main Cathedral of St Cyril and St Methodius offers an intriguing insight into the history of the area, and the many different folk traditions that live on here. It might even prompt you to consider a trip to the beautifully preserved ancient villages of Sozopol and Nessebar, which lie further along the coast.

Children will love a visit to the State Puppet Theatre or the Aquapark at the Sunny Beach sea resort, while if you are looking for an unusual museum, the Salt Museum at Pomorie tells you everything you ever needed to know about something that sits on every dinner table.

Like many other ports, Burgas has a great selection of down-to-earth bars and cafes, many of which offer fantastic fresh seafood. Look for where the locals are eating rather than the tourists and you're sure to enjoy it!

Tooltip_anchor Window_close