We offer tailor made viewing trips as well as complete and flexible assistance for independent travelers. Please contact our UK office for specific quotes and details, as prices would depend on the number of people traveling, time and duration of trip, and the areas visited.
Transport charges: If our company car is used for the viewing trips we charge 0.25 Euros (approx. 0.20 GBP) per km to cover the petrol charges and wear costs of the vehicle.
How to get to Bulgaria as an independent traveler:
Flights from the UK usually take 2.5 hours and round trips normally cost around £200. Airline companies offering daily flights to Bulgaria include, among others, Bulgaria Air, British Airways, Al Italia, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Malev Hungarian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Czech Airlines, as well as budget airline Wizz Air.
For more detailed information you could check out the following sites:
Sofia's airport: http://www.sofia-airport.bg/En/
Bulgaria Air: http://www.air.bg/en/
British Airways: http://www.britishairways.com/
Wizz Air: http://wizzair.com/
Useful phone numbers:
|Bourgas airport||tel.: +359 56/ 87 02 48|
|Sofia airport||tel.: +359 2/ 937 22 12|
|Plovdiv airport||tel.: +359 32/ 60 11 11|
|Varna airport||tel.: +359 52/ 50 08 34, 50 08 40|
If you would like to travel to Bulgaria by car you may use your national driving license if it complies with international standards. When entering by car, you must state which border crossing you would be using when leaving and paying a road tax accordingly. Below is a list of Bulgaria’s land border crossings. Also, a regular Danube car ferry connects Vidin with Calafat in Romania. The speed limit in the Bulgaria is as follows: 50 km/h in populated areas, 90 km/h outside populated areas, and 120 km/h on motorways. Petrol stations are located at every 30 to 50 km.
Bulgarian - Serbian Border
Bulgarian - Macedonian Border
- Kalotina - Motorway E-80
- Vrushka Chuka - Belgrad-Zajcar-Koulata-Sofia Motorway
Bulgarian - Greek Border
- Gyueshevo - Sofia-Kyustendil-Skopje Motorway E- 871
- Stanke Lisichkovo - Stip-Delchevo-Blagoevgrad-Sofia Motorway E -79
- Zlatarevo - Strumica-Petrich-Sofia Motorway E-79
Bulgarian - Turkish Border
- Koulata - Motorway E-79
- Kapitan Petko Voivoda - Motorway E-85
Bulgarian - Romanian Border
- Kapitan Andreevo - Motorway E-80
- Malko Turnovo - Motorway E-87
- Rousse - Motorway E-85
- Yovkovo - Constanta-Dobrich-Kula Motorway 27
- Durankulak - Motorway E-87
- Silistra - Motorway 7
You can visit Internet site http://www.centralnaavtogara.bg/ where you will find more information about international and interurban bus schedules and where you will be able to make online reservations.
Traveling to Bulgaria by water is also possible way to enter the country. There are two Black Sea ports located in the main Bulgarian seaside towns Varna and Bourgas which provide direct links with Ukraine, Russia and countries of the Mediterranean basin. There is also an extremely good access to Central and Western Europe through River Danube. The biggest Bulgarian port on the River Danube is located in Rousse and there is another port in Vidin.
The main European railway routes pass through Bulgaria. If you prefer traveling to Bulgaria by train we recommend visiting the official site of the Bulgarian State Railways which provide direct or non-direct transportation to main European and Mediterranean cities: http://bdz.bg/eng/index_eng.htm.