Surface:Bulgaria has a total area of around 110910 sq km.
Population: Bulgaria has a total population of 7,322,858, comprising 85%25 Bulgarians, 8%25 Turks, 3%25 Roma and 4%25 others.
System of government: Bulgaria has a parliamentary democracy.
Capital: Sofia with a population of approximately 1,270,500 is the capital.
Religion: Bulgarian orthodox (85%25) dominate the population.
Official Language: Bulgarian is the official language.
Government: Bulgaria has a parliamentary democracy.
Climate: Bulgaria experiences a temperate climate.
Units of measure and electricity: The country follows the metric system of measurement and the official unit of electricity is 220V, 50Hz.
Time Zone: The Bulgarian time zone is GMT + 2.
Currency: Lev (1€ = 1.95 BGN)
Travel documents required: Citizens of the European Union, US, Norway, Canada, Australia and New Zealand do not require a visa for a stay of up to 30 days; for the others a visa is a must.
Sunny Beach is a chief shore alternative on the Black marine coastline of Bulgaria, positioned to the north of Burgas in Nessebar metropolis, Burgas Province, it’s the most famous holiday destination in Bulgaria, with more than 200 hotels and additional to this 300,000 beds. The Beach has an awfully petite everlasting population, but during the summer time the destination is full of many a tourists. Nessebar Village a lovely place which would do justice to your holiday trip, you will get to see beautiful seascape most importantly expensive restaurants and bars but the ambiance is impressive and exciting, there is a small shopping area where you will find many interesting and innovative stuff to decorate your house as well there are many stalls meant for souvenirs. Action Aqua parks its...
My sister and I arrived in Sofia and hired a car. I drove across the mountains to Varna, The mountains are stunningly beautiful, and for skiing I should think very nice. Then on to drive the whole length of the Black sea coast we were so disappointed and it is "not really beautiful" then back to Sofia. The infrastructure is non existant and there are just so very many Gypsies. Although we were not frightened or threatened, you must always be on your guard. I feel it is not a safe country. The food was very inexpensive and good in the centre of the city areas. I have driven across the world but the drivers (in motor vehicles) here are the worst ever and we encountered a bad accident, because the peasants/gypsies still have wooden carts and move slower, the motor vehicles drivers are tearing...