Varna railway station

Coordinates: 43°11′53″N 27°54′44″E / 43.19806°N 27.91222°E / 43.19806; 27.91222
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Varna railway station

Железопътна гара Варна
General information
Coordinates43°11′53″N 27°54′44″E / 43.19806°N 27.91222°E / 43.19806; 27.91222
Line(s)Railway line 2
Opened1925 (1925)
Main entrance to the station building.

Varna railway station serves the Black Sea city and municipality of Varna, the third biggest city in Bulgaria.

History[change | change source]

The station is one of the oldest in Bulgaria. The station building was built between 1908 and 1925, when it was opened officially by Tsar Boris III. The city of Varna has had a railway station since October 26, 1866, when the Varna-Rousse railway line was opened. [1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Central Railway Station -Varna". Visit Varna, official tourism website. Retrieved May 26, 2022.