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Temperatures in summer usually vary between 18 C and 21 degrees C in the night and 25–35 C during the day.

Seawater temperature during the summer months is usually around 23–27 degrees C.

Snow falls in winter only several times and can quickly melt.

The highest temperature ever recorded was 41.0 C and the lowest -19.0 C.

There is a plethora of Internet cafes and many places, including parks, are covered by free public wireless internet service.

Varna is connected to other Black Sea cities by the submarine Black Sea Fibre Optic Cable System.

Commercial shipping facilities are being relocated inland into the lakes and canals, while the bay remains a recreation area; almost all the waterfront is parkland. It enjoys a mild climate influenced by the sea with long, mild, akin to Mediterranean, autumns, and sunny and hot, yet considerably cooler than Mediterranean summers moderated by breezes and regular rainfall.

) on the north and Avren Plateau on the south, along the horseshoe-shaped Varna Bay of the Black Sea, the elongated Lake Varna, and two artificial waterways connecting the bay and the lake and bridged by the Asparuhov most.It is the centre of a growing conurbation stretching along the seaboard west (mostly transportation and industrial facilities).Since antiquity, the city has been surrounded by vineyards, orchards, and forests.Perhaps the new name applied initially to an adjacent river or lake, a Roman military camp, or an inland area, and only later to the city itself.By the late 10th century, the name Varna was established so firmly that when Byzantines wrestled back control of the area from the Bulgarians in the 970's, they kept it rather than restoring the ancient name Odessos.

) on the north and Avren Plateau on the south, along the horseshoe-shaped Varna Bay of the Black Sea, the elongated Lake Varna, and two artificial waterways connecting the bay and the lake and bridged by the Asparuhov most.

It is the centre of a growing conurbation stretching along the seaboard west (mostly transportation and industrial facilities).

Since antiquity, the city has been surrounded by vineyards, orchards, and forests.

Perhaps the new name applied initially to an adjacent river or lake, a Roman military camp, or an inland area, and only later to the city itself.

By the late 10th century, the name Varna was established so firmly that when Byzantines wrestled back control of the area from the Bulgarians in the 970's, they kept it rather than restoring the ancient name Odessos.

In 2008, Varna was designated seat of the Black Sea Euro-Region by the Council of Europe.