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2237 Paradise Dreams - Restaurant for sale in Sunny Beach Bulgaria

Price: EUR 377 894
Country: Bulgaria
City: Sunny Beach

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0527 House for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 48 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0459 House in traditional bulgarian style close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 39 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0487 Holiday home for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 92 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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2200 Golden Beach - One bedroom apartment for sale in Sunny Beach Bulgaria

Price: EUR 122 248
Country: Bulgaria
City: Sunny Beach

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0502 Beautiful house for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 62 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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2245 Kavarna Hills - Three bedroom apartment for sale in Kavarna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 89 235
Country: Bulgaria
City: Kavarna

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2255 Kavarna Gardens - Two bedroom apartment for sale in Kavarna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 70 738
Country: Bulgaria
City: Kavarna

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0381 Villa suitable for family hotel for sale in Balchik close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 250 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0505 Nicely renovated house for sale close to Dobrich Bulgaria

Price: EUR 45 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Dobrich

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0536 Lovely countryside house for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 32 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0719 Huge house for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 42 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0383 Perfect countryside home for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 50 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0549 Two storey house for sale close to Varna Bulgaria

Price: EUR 103 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Varna

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0557 Two storey house for sale close to Balchik Bulgaria

Price: EUR 116 000
Country: Bulgaria
City: Balchik


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Bulgaria, a country with a historical and cultural heritage, and attractive natural landscapes, is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Europe. Tourism, as an industry, has been an important source of economic growth. While in 2006 the country hosted an estimated 6 million foreign tourists, in 2007, that number was increased to 7-8 million[1]. The country has historical cities and towns, summer beaches, and mountain ski resorts. New types of tourism, including cultural, architectural and historic tours, eco-tourism, and adventure tours, expand the range of services available to visitors. 

Traditional tourism:   Winter tourist centres, such as Borovetz, Bansko, Pamporovo and Vitosha are picturesque and popular ski resorts. The Bulgarian summer resorts along the Black Sea coast, include destinations, such as the summer resorts: Sozopol, Nessebur, Golden Sands, Sunny Beach, Sveti Vlas, Albena and St. St. Constantine & Helena. Some guests, such as the Germans, Russians or Scandinavians favour the summer beach resorts, while winter tourism, and the ski resorts, are the favorites of the British. 

Cultural and Historical Tourism:   Situated at the crossroads of the East and West, Bulgaria has been home to many civilizations - Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, Slavs, Proto-Bulgarians, and Ottomans. Although Bulgaria is rich in historical artifacts, many of the museums and monasteries still need to be properly advertised and maintained, and some of the most interesting heritage sites may not be easily accessible, due to poor infrastructure. Yet, some visitors regard such "underdevelopment" as desirable - those who prefer to experience history first-hand rather than look at artefacts behind glass. 

Formalities :   Citizens of the following countries may enter Bulgaria without a visa and stay for up to 90 days:

- All EU countries

-Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brasil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Liechtenstein, Macau, South Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, San Marino, Singapore, Switzerland, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela  Foreigners (except for EU citizens) have to register at the police within 72 hours.

If you have booked with a travel agency, this will be taken care of. If not, usually your hotel will handle the necessary paperwork (ask). If you do not stay in a hotel, you will need to go to the police and take the tedious task of registering on your own. Bulgarian authorities are really cracking down on this. Failure to register might mean a 2000 Leva fine. Also unless you are an EU citizen take care that you have an entry stamp in your passport, otherwise your exit could be quite troublesome. 

By plane:   There are four international airports: Sofia, Varna, Bourgas, and Plovdiv. There are a lot of charter and last-minute flight offers to Varna or Bourgas leaving from Western Europe (especially Germany and Great Britain). You can go from German airports to Bulgaria and back for less than 100 Euro, if you are lucky.Recently, several low-cost airlines have also started offering regular flights to Bulgaria. Wizz Air flies directly between Sofia and London, Rome, Milan, Barcelona, Valencia, Brussels and Dortmund and has a seasonal service to Bourgas. Hemus Air flies to London Heathrow. EasyJet flies between Sofia and London Gatwick. MyAir flies to Sofia from Milan, Bari, Brussels and Bologna. Sky Europe flies from Bratislava to Sofia, Varna, and Bourgas. The government is planning to open a new airport near Veliko Turnovo in the next 5 years. 

By train:   International trains provide a large number of routes to Bulgaria, notably Sofia and Varna, arriving from such places as Kiev, Istanbul, Vienna, and other common cities.The primary trains from Bucharest to Sofia, and back, run twice daily through the border city of Rousse. For example, recent trains are scheduled from Bucharest to Sofia in the daytime departing 11:35/arriving 21:30 and a night train departing 19:35/arriving 06:10. Passport control and customs takes place in Rousse approximately mid-trip. Check local train stations for updated information. 

By car:   If you want to reach Bulgaria from Western Europe by car, you either can take a ferry from Italy to Greece, or you will have to pass through either Serbia (make sure you took a green card from your national insurance company) or Romania.Travelling from Greece you have to go from Thessaloniki towards Serres and then to Promahonas.In Bulgaria you have to pay road tax at the border (around 5 euros for 7 days). You will get a special sticker that you have to place on your car. There are no tolls on Bulgarian roads.Besides the sticker, you may need to pay the Bulgarian authorities health insurance (2 euros per person for 3 days, slightly more for more days) and car disinfection costs (4 euros for a standard car). Make sure you get a receipt! Expect long queues on certain days. 

By bus:    Buses to and from Sofia go to most major cities in Europe - while Bulgarian bus companies will be cheaper (and mostly offer less comfort), the tickets are hard to get by if you are travelling to Bulgaria, so you can always take Eurolines buses. Don't be surprised if an extra "border fee" is asked from each traveller by the bus driver - it makes your border passing quicker. Most buses from Western Europe will pass through Serbia, so be sure to check if you need a transit visa beforehand (Serbian visas for citizens of the EU have recently been abolished).

 

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