Visit Bulgaria, and experience blue flag beaches, purpose-built tourist resorts and cities crammed with history. Due to the country’s diversity, Bulgaria’s culture has Slavic, Greek, Persian and Ottoman influences, making it a wonderfully interesting place to be. There are a great number of religious buildings across the country, with jaw-dropping architecture and so much history behind them.
Country Information - Bulgaria
- Visa - American citizens do not require a visa to visit Bulgaria
- Currency - The currency of Bulgaria is the Bulgarian Lev
- How to Dress - Most areas in Bulgaria are relatively liberal although it is advised that you cover your shoulders and lower body if visiting religious areas
- Cultural Differences - Bulgaria is a hierarchical country, which feeds down into family life. They are proud of their history. Over 80% of Bulgarians are of Bulgarian Orthodox religion
- Language - The official language of Bulgaria is Bulgarian. English is widely spoken in tourist areas
- Tipping - Tipping is expected in Bulgaria. 5 - 10% is a reasonable amount