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Social Life in Bulgaria

Social Life in Bulgaria Language If you really want to dive into the social life in Bulgaria you would do well to familiarise yourself with the national language, which is Bulgarian. They use the Cyrillic alphabet (practically the same as in Russia or...

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Driving in Bulgaria

Driving in Bulgaria Public transport in Bulgaria There are several alternative options to driving in Bulgaria available: domestic flights, trains, buses and trams – and fares are very reasonable. In Sofia, there is an excellent underground system. For trains there are discount...

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Living in Bulgaria

Living in Bulgaria Surprisingly low property prices and equally low wages are two prominent pros and cons when you consider living in Bulgaria. Let’s go trough both of those subjects. Buying a house In the early 21st century, property was cheap in Bulgaria and seen as a good...

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Social and Health Care in Bulgaria

Social and Health Care in Bulgaria Pensions If you are a pensioner, you need to inform the IPC (International Pension Centre) to prevent problems with your pension payments (tel. 0191 218 7777). Bulgaria has double taxation agreements with the UK so you...

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Relocating to Bulgaria from the UK

Relocating to Bulgaria from the UK Registering Essentials As a British citizen relocating to Bulgaria from the UK, you can enter the...

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Moving to Bulgaria

An ancient country, with old traditions and customs, thrust into the communist regime and now finding its way slowly in the capitalist market. With a beautiful country, a fascinating history and a generous people, they are still finding the idea of value for money a difficult concept to grasp. Bulgaria – in the heart of the Balkans, joined the EU in 2007, but is not yet a member of the Schengen area – so they have their own customs checks. The currency is the lev...

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