About Bulgaria

The Best Hotels in Bulgaria

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  • За България
  • Природа
  • Rila – Haramiqta
  • Alexander Nevski
  • Sozopolski zalez
  • Есенна природа
  • Пролетно ухание
  • Зимна приказка
  • Шумен
  • Крепоста в Провадия
  • Етъра – етнографски комплекс
  • Зимна приказка
  • Усещане
  • Асенова крепост
  • Тодоров ден

  • Climate
    Bulgaria can basically be divided into two climate zones. The Stara Planina Mountains divides the North from the South from one end of the country to the other, from the West to the East right to the Black Sea Coast, with a length of 550 km with Botev Peak as it’s highest point at 2376 m. The average temperature of the country is 11o C. Spring is usually sunny and cool, with showers, with an average temperature for the season of 17o C. Summer is warm to hot usually with rain at the beginning of the season and dry the rest of the time with an average temperature of 26o C but with temperatures reaching 35o C. The temperature of the sea at the beginning of April is about 8o C, during May 15o C, June 20o C, July 24.3o C, August 25o C, September 23o C, and 18o C until the middle of October. Autumn is mild and enjoyable, with most of the rainfall occurring in October and November. Winter temperatures vary between 0o C to -7o C. On rare occasions temperatures fall to -20o C.
  • Geography
    The Republic of Bulgaria is a member state of the European Union, situated in the Eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula. Borders: To the North—Romania with the northern border consisting mainly of the Danube River, to the West—Serbia and the Republic of Macedonia, to the South—Greece and Turkey, and to the East—The Black Sea. The coastline of Bulgaria is 378 km. Some of the best seaside resorts and complexes in the Balkans can be found on the Bulgarian coast. Rila, Pirin, Rodope, Vitosha, and Stara Planina Mountains are known for their eco-hiking paths, diverse fauna and flora, winter skiing and Spa Resorts.
  • Biodiversity and Environment
    The different geological and climate zones of Bulgaria places it among the top three countries in Europe with the richest biodiversity. One third of the territory of the country has been included in the European network, Natura 2000, which also happens to be the highest precentage of territory found on the Old Continent. Beyond this network, the country also has a good system of protected territories—national and nature parks, biospheres, reservations, protected areas and natural wonders.
  • Culture
    Among the most notable Bulgarian holidays, which are also days off in Bulgaria, are 3 March—Liberation Day, 1 May—Labor Day, 6 May—Day of the Bulgarian Army, 24 May—Celebration of Bulgarian Education, Culture, and Slavic Script, 6 September—Unification Day, 22 September—Independence Day, 1 November—Day of the National Revivalists. Along with the above noted dates, Bulgarians also celebrate the major Christian holidays of Christmas and Easter.

 

Information about Flights and Airports in Bulgaria

Tourist Information Centers

 

Emergency Telephone Number

112

112 Emergency Telephone number is not for obtaining information, it is not to be used for non-emergency situations—complaints about broken stoplights, problems with the electricity or water, bad road conditions, etc.

Call the 112 Emergency Telephone number in the case of an immediate threat to life, health, or property such as: Fire, Flood, Emergency medical situation, Hurricane-force winds, Earthquake, Vehicular accidents, Industrial emergencies and other possible enviromental pollution, Radiation, Winter storms, Doubts concerning anthrax or some other biological agent, other accidents or incidents.

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