The national capital Sofia is located 230 miles (370 kilometers) west of Tsarevo.
While it may be tempting to simply sit back and relax when vacationing in Tsarevo, don't forget, the surrounding region's diverse natural and man-made attractions await. You'll also find Sozopol, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the southeast, and Kraimorie 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast.
For a low-cost outdoors activity that everyone will like, take the time to stop by the region's fascinating street art. Every place holds a fascinating history and Bulgaria has its own stories to tell. The old towns here are well worth visiting.
There are times when the most enjoyable way to truly dig below the veneer of a destination is by tapping into local knowledge. This region offers some interesting city walking tours and winery tours. Don't forget to check out the region's trademark waterways. Swimming and canoeing are just two of the popular ways to get active here.
Get a taste of the foods in Bulgaria by trying local food and drinks. Kiselo mlyako (yoghurt) and sometimes kashkaval (yellow cheese) are frequently used here. Shkembe chorba (tripe soup) and tarator (cold soup) are both much-loved choices guaranteed to delight visitors' palates with the true flavours of Bulgaria. Mliako s oriz (rice pudding), is the perfect way to wrap up your meal. The restaurants in Bulgaria nearly always serve zagorka, so order one if you enjoy quality beer. If you are looking for something non-alcoholic, mineral water might be perfect.
Before you return to your friends and family at home, you'll be bidding Tsarevo a sad Doviždane (farewell).