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Varna is the third largest city in Bulgaria and the largest seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and in Northern Bulgaria. Commonly referred to as the summer capital of Bulgaria, Varna is a major tourist destination with businesses and a university centre, seaport, and the headquarters of the Bulgarian Navy and merchant marine. The airport in Varna connects daily with Sofia and regularly with European destinations. The extended railway network connects the major cities and different parts of the country with the capital.
City landmarks in Varna include the Varna Archaelogical Museum that exhibits the Gold of Varna and the Roman Baths. Other sites include the Battle of Varna Park Museum, and the Naval Museum in the Italianate Villa Assareto. The Sea Garden is the oldest and perhaps largest park in town containing an open-air theatre.
The city beaches, also known as sea baths, are dotted with hot (up to 55°?/131°F) sulphuric mineral water sources used for spas, swimming pools and public showers. There are a number of farmers markets offering fresh local produce; the Kolkhozen Pazar, the largest one, also has a fresh fish market but is located in a crowded area virtually inaccessible for cars.