Varna is a port city and seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. It is located close to other resorts: Golden Sands, Saints Constantine and Helena. The city is known for its Thracian golden ornaments of 6000 years old, found during the excavations of the ancient necropolis. Now, the Archaeological Museum has been built on this site, where along with these valuable exhibits are ancient Greek, Roman and Ottoman relics. Another attraction of the city is the seaside park of the XIX century, stretched along the coast. The population of the city is 350,000 people.