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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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20. Where I can find map of Bulgaria?21. What is the best time to visit Bulgaria?22. How I can dial to outside from Bulgaria?23. Why the hotel administrator take my passport?24. Do I need to register my self in our Consular Office?25. What are the bigest ski resorts in Bulgaria?26. How to arrive by car to Bulgaria from Central Europe?27. What are the car speed limits in Bulgaria?28. What to do if I have an accident with my car in Bulgaria?29. Can you give me air travelling times to Sofia from some bigest cities or airports?
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Q20: Where I can find map of Bulgaria?
A20: We have great online collections of maps of Bulgaria and Bulgarian bigest cities and regions (follow more info link).
more info >> http://VisitToBulgaria.com/visit/Dir.asp?d=0-11-Maps_Collection
Q21: What is the best time to visit Bulgaria?
A21: Each season has its own charm. The best time for visit depends from goal of your visit. If you want ski - the best month is January. If you want worm sea, sun and beaches - the best month is August. If you want just to explore Bulgaria - the peak time is late spring, early summer. During this time-period the weather is very stable and warm; the days are long (over 12 hours), and rainfalls are far rarer than in the spring.
Q22: How I can dial to outside from Bulgaria?
A22: Coin and card phones are available both for local and long distance calls at hotels, phone boxes and Post Offices. Direct telephone communication from Bulgaria to all countries is possible.
Q23: Why the hotel administrator take my passport?
A23: Hotels in Bulgaria, as well as in parts of the European Union, are entitled to take your passport in order to give your details to police (they like to know who is coming into the country). They hand it back next morning, or when you leave the hotel for shopping, sightseeing, etc.
Q24: Do I need to register my self in our Consular Office?
A24: It is not required, but strongly suggested that you register with your country’s Consular Office in Sofia during your stay in Bulgaria (all Embassies and Consular Sections are situated in the capital city Sofia;) They can also record the essential information from your passport and, in case of loss or theft, can replace the document in a matter of hours.
Q25: What are the bigest ski resorts in Bulgaria?
A25: The bigest Bulgarian ski resorts are:
more info >> http://VisitToBulgaria.com/visit/Dir.asp?d=0-2
Q26: How to arrive by car to Bulgaria from Central Europe?
A26: By car you cross a number of countries. Up to Vienna there are no customs and visa formalities. It is more different crossing the countries of former Yugoslavia; it is recommended to use the route Vienna-Budapest-Belgrade-Sofia.
The roads are first class, most of them highways. The distance from Vienna to Sofia is about 1,300km. Insurance has to be made in advance or paid at the border. Cars (self-drive and chauffeur driven) may be rented at the border checkpoints and in all tourist offices throughout the country.
more info >> http://VisitToBulgaria.com/visit/Dir.asp?d=0-11-Road_Map
Q27: What are the car speed limits in Bulgaria?
A27: The Speed limits are:
50 or 60 km/h in populated areas
90 km/h outside populated areas
120 km/h on highways.
Q28: What to do if I have an accident with my car in Bulgaria?
A28: In the event of an accident the traffic police /KAT/ should be called and a report be filed (call 166 - police/road patrols). IT IS NECESSARY FOR ANY INSURANCE CLAIMS. In case of malfunction only - call to the Road Assistance Service. It provides 24-hour technical assistance on the road. Call 146 (or cellular 048 146). Their Central Dispatch Office is located at 3 Pozitano St. in Sofia, Tel. 980 33 08 and is open 24 hours a day. The Road Assistance Service vehicle that is closest to your location will be dispatched and should reach you within 30 minutes of your call. You may also request the traffic police to make the call to the Road Assistance Service. If you use rent-a-car do check with the company about formalities.
Q29: Can you give me air travelling times to Sofia from some bigest cities or airports?
A29: There are durations of some flights to Bulgaria:
London (UK, Europe): 3+ hours
Moscow (Russia, Europe): 2 hours
New York (USA, North America): 14 hours
Paris (France, Europe): 3 hours
Rome (Italy, Europe): 2 hours
Tokyo (Japan, Asia): 23 hours
Zurich (Switzerland, Europe): 2 hours
Los Angeles (USA, North America): 14+ hours
Toronto (Canada, North America): 11 hours and 35 min.
Sideny (Australia): 26 hours and 30min
more info >> http://VisitToBulgaria.com/visit/Dir.asp?d=0-7-Airports