Living abroad you will have different prices for your cost of living. Find here an overview by Expatistan of price levels in Sofia to give you an idea of what to expect.Read more
Living in Bulgaria
Moving to a new country is exciting and scary at the same time. Moving abroad means learning a new language, getting used to a new culture, making new friends and learning to feel comfortable and getting around in a new city. Living in Bulgaria offers good weather, great people and lots of outdoor life.
Bulgaria is a country with a diverse culture which can be found in every aspect of life in Bulgaria. While Bulgaria joined the EU in 2007, Bulgaria is still a relatively unknown country to visit or more to as an expat. However, many expats have already discovered working and living in Bulgaria.
The articles below are intended to inform and you with useful and interesting information about Bulgaria’s culture, manners and way of life which might come in handy when moving to Bulgaria. Educate yourself with our provided information about living in Bulgaria below!
Upon your arrival in Bulgaria you will need a bank account for organizing your finances, therefore a comprehensive article on banking in Bulgaria. Read more to get your first insight.Read more
The history of the capital After Pliska, Plovdiv and Veliko Tarnovo, since 1879 Sofia is the 4th capitol of the country. The city grew in a relatively short period to a million+ inhabitants metropolis…Read more
Bulgaria offers beautiful landscapes with mountains, forests but also beaches along…Read more
Definitely on your bucket list while in Bulgaria: Visit Rila Monastery Climb the rock formation in Belogradchik Visit the historic town of Koprivshtitsa Get a tan at Sunny Beach! See an opera in Sofia…Read more
The climate in Bulgaria basically has two climate systems. Inland we find a land climate, in the sea area a sea climate. The western part of Bulgaria has a land climate. This type of climate is known for…Read more
Accommodation in Bulgaria is plentiful, do your home work and you will succeed in finding a nice place to live. For people that start to work in Bulgaria, in many cases employers provide the first weeks…Read more
In Bulgaria the currency is Leva (BGN). 100 Stoytinki make 1 Leva and Stoytinkis are available in 0,01, 0,02, 0,05, 0,10 and 0,50 coins. The Leva is fixed to the Euro at a rate of € 1,- to BGN 1,9596….Read more