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As a traditional holiday destination Bulgaria has a variety of attractions to offer to its visitors including some of the most unspoilt countryside in Europe in contrast to other famous European destinations.
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0. Do I need a Visa for visit Bulgaria?1. Why should I choose Bulgaria?2. How long are the flights from UK to Bulgaria?3. Are credit and debit cards widely used?4. What is the distance from London to Sofia?5. How do I fly to Bulgaria?6. How is the climate in Bulgaria?7. Is the address registraion necessary for the foreigners that visit Bulgaria?8. Where it is possible to exchnage money in Bulgaria?9. Can I use Traveller’s cheques in Bulgaria?
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Q0: Do I need a Visa for visit Bulgaria?
A0: A visa is not required for USA and EU member states citizens for stay up to 30 days. Travelers who intend to stay more than 30 days must secure a Bulgarian visa. Bulgarian visas are issued at the Bulgarian embassies around the world (view addresses of Bulgarian embassies abroad). Travelers of most other nationalities are issued visas. The fees depend on the type of visa – transit, tourist or business.
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Q1: Why should I choose Bulgaria?
A1: Bulgaria offers an astonishing array of landscapes, flora and fauna, recreational activities and wildlife. You will discover the magnificent beaches – the numerous ski resorts – the characteristic villages and fascinating architecture – the natural spas and treatment centres – and not to forget: the delicious food!
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Q2: How long are the flights from UK to Bulgaria?
A2: Regular direct flights (approximately 3 hours) from UK major airports (London, Birmingham, Manchester and East Midlands) are available. The costs of flights are going down all the time due to the increased demand in the past 2 years. A good travel agent will help you to select the best available flight to suit your time schedule.
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Q3: Are credit and debit cards widely used?
A3: No, in big shops and hotels, you would not have a problem paying by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, Access and Airplus), however in small restaurants and shops it is advisable to have cash in hand.
Q4: What is the distance from London to Sofia?
A4: Distance from London to Sofia is about 2160 km.
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Q5: How do I fly to Bulgaria?
A5: Traveling to Bulgaria is easy! International airports are located in Sofia, Varna, Plovdiv and Burgas and connect Bulgaria to the rest of the world. Direct international flights to the capital Sofia are available all year round. Direct charter flights to the Black Sea (Varna/Burgas) are available during the spring/summer months and can be booked through local travel agents. Travelling time from London to Sofia is 2 hours 30 minutes.
Q6: How is the climate in Bulgaria?
A6: The country benefits from a temperate continental climate with clearly marked four seasons. A mild Mediterranean influence is felt in the more southerly regions and the Black Sea coast with average summer temperatures of 80+ degrees (fahrenheit) and an average of 1700 sunshine hours from May to October. Winters can be cold in other parts of the country, hence its popularity as a destination for skiers.
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Q7: Is the address registraion necessary for the foreigners that visit Bulgaria?
A7: Foreigners visiting Bulgaria must register their address with local authorities within 24 hours of arrival, unless staying at a hotel where registration is done automatically. If you intend to remain in Bulgaria longer than three months, you must apply for a residence permit from the local police office.
Q8: Where it is possible to exchnage money in Bulgaria?
A8: Money can be exchanged safely at most banks and also at reputable exchange bureaus. Hotels and airports tend to give less favorable rates. Exchange bureaus are no longer allowed to charge a commission for money exchange, so check this first. Never change money with anyone who stops you on the street and offers you a better rate.
Q9: Can I use Traveller’s cheques in Bulgaria?
A9: Yes. Traveller’s cheques must be cashed at banks and most of them charge a commission