Burgas to Nessebar Taxi Transfer Service
Around Bulgaria provides you with a fully air-conditioned and roomy vehicle. You’ll be in control of both the temperature and the stereo – plus you’ll have free Wi-Fi access.
With a rapid transit possible thanks to your English-speaking driver’s local knowledge, you won’t have any delays getting this leg of your holiday started.
Distance: 25 km
Trip duration: 20 minutes
Vehicle choice: Sedans, minivans and 8+1 vans.
Pick up/Drop off – Burgas airport or any location in Nessebar
Price: from 25€
Booking: Use the form below or WhatsApp us directly.
Payment: cash – Euros, Dollars and Pounds, Credit / debit card online.
Working hours: 24/7
|From:||To:||Distance:||> 4 pers.||> 5 pers.||> 8 pers.|
|Burgas Airport||Nessebar||25 km||25 €||30 €||40 €|
|Burgas||Nessebar||35 km||25 €||30 €||40 €|
Why choose use us for your Burgas to Nessebar transfer?
- There are no hidden payments – everything is included in the price
- Fully insured services available all day long, seven days a week
- Helpful, English-speaking drivers
- Child seats are provided for free
- Free waiting even when your flight is delayed!
Book a Transfer / Taxi from Bourgas to Nessebar
QuoteSend your requirements using the form below
BookingWe will send you an estimate and confirm details
Done!Our driver will meet you at the airport or at your hotel
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Nessebar is a stunning town in terms of both natural and ancient architectural beauty.
It is also an area awash with excellent restaurants which will acquaint you with local culinary traditions and form a great place to start your exploration of the rich history of Bulgaria.
For example, yhe historic area of Nessebar boasts the small restaurant named the “Old Mill”. Here, sitting on the terrace, you can look out at the amazing seascape while you sample the local delights.
The town is also famous for the cosy “Stariat Kesten” (Old Chestnut Tree) restaurant. Visitors flock here to sample mutton ribs – the restaurant’s speciality – and there is a huge variety of other meat dishes on the menu.
The most palate-pleasing additions to meals in this part of the world are usually salads and a glass of aromatic Bulgarian wine.
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