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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sofia
B(11) Smart&Modern/Top Central/Free Parking/NEW!

B(11) Smart & Modern Apartment welcomes you right in the heart of Sofia! Just steps away from the best-known tourist attractions, state institutions and great places to be! We’ve striven to personally design and implement every single detail of the place, so you feel here at home. Relax and enjoy our comfortable bed, deluxe amenities and best selection of coffee and tea. Safe underground parking slot is at your exclusive disposal. Easy-going self check-in and check-out for a hassle-free stay.

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sofia
Lofty - 1 bedroom apartment in the heart of Sofia

Lofty is a newly renovated lovely apartment in the very center of the city. Equipped with everything a traveler may need for a comfortable stay. 5 min walk from Serdika metro station (direct line to the airport). All the cultural, historical sights and shopping streets are within walking distance. In the apartment, there is air conditioning in every room and cable TV. For all guests we have free and fast Wi-Fi: 100 Mbps download speed and 70 Mbps upload speed.

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Burgas
RELAX CENTER#BURGAS SUPERCENTER+PARKING#NEW

It is our pleasure to present to you our brand new luxury apartment “Relax Center” located in the heart of Burgas. This cozy apartment is just 2-minute walk from the main city street – Aleksandrovska Street, where you will find a lot of shops, banks, restaurants, coffee shops and bars. The Sea Garden, with its lovely restaurants and recreational places for kids and adults, is just within 15 minutes’ walk.

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sofia
Studio 'Zonnebloem' - central + parking garage
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  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. Sveti Vlas
Cozy Studio in Sea Dreams 300 m to the sea
  1. Entire villa
  2. Troyan
Villa overlooking the Balkan Mountains
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  1. Entire loft
  2. Sofia
Dreamy Sunset Loft in Sofia City Center
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sofia
Industrial Look Apartment★Top Centre+ Free Parking
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Varna
Sunrise Seaview Apartment
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sofia
Come inn
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Varna
Suite Joyride Duo+
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Sofia
Design Apartment "Simeonoff", City Center Sofia
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  1. Entire loft
  2. Sofia
Contemporary Boho Style Loft Sofia Center
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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Varna
Magnolia Sea View Studio
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  1. Entire apartment
  2. Varna
SUNCITY apartment in top center, amazing terrace

Your guide to Bulgaria

All About Bulgaria

One of the oldest countries in Europe, Bulgaria’s gold-domed churches and iconic religious art hark back to the days of the Ottoman Empire. Travelers come to the Balkan nation to search for paintings in tiny village churches and admire the swirling frescoes of 10th-century Rila Monastery around two hours from the capital, Sofia.

Bulgaria’s landscape is a study in contrasts, with vast mountain ranges, ancient forests, and dune-studded beaches. You can climb 3,000 metres through the alpine wonderland of the Pirin Mountains, visit the sandstone pyramids towering over Melnik’s wine region, or gaze up at the natural arches that swoop close to the ski runs of the winter resort town of Chepelare.

The country’s abundance of natural springs makes it a haven for spa lovers, with wellness centres a common sight in both urban and rural areas. Winter sports enthusiasts head to Bansko to weave their way down 18 slopes, while turquoise waters and soft-sand beaches draw visitors to Primorsko on the shores of the Black Sea. You’ll find more secluded coves outside of the seaside resort of Varna, where windsurfers pitch up on sunny afternoons. Stick around town to admire the blend of modern buildings and Baroque architecture.


How do I get around Bulgaria?

Bulgaria has three main airports — Sofia Airport (SOF), which is located right outside the capital, Varna International Airport (VAR) and Bourgas Airport (BOJ), both of which are popular with those travelling to Bulgaria’s Black Sea resorts. Aside from air travel, you’ll also find regular train services between Sofia and neighbouring European capitals, including Budapest, Belgrade, and Bucharest. Although the country’s main cities can be easily navigated on foot and are well served by public transport — Sofia boasts a healthy network spanning metro, tram, and bus routes — it’s worth organising car hire if you’re looking to explore outside of urban areas.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bulgaria?

Most locals head for the coast when summer rolls around as temperatures can soar, and the Black Sea shores are a great place to cool off. This is the busiest time of year for the country’s coastal resorts. If you’re planning a mountain adventure or doing some serious hiking, you’re better off arriving at your villa in Bulgaria when summer turns to autumn and things get a little cooler. The winter season is when the ski resort of Bansko comes into its own, drawing visitors from all over Europe. February brings a wine festival Melnik, which pays tribute to the patron saint of wine, and later in the year, the Rose Festival in Kazanlâk sees parades through rural villages as the local flowers start to bloom.


What are the top things to do in Bulgaria?

Sofia

Roman ruins, Ottoman monuments, and Mediterranean cuisine converge in Bulgaria’s scenic capital city. There are plenty of places to soak up Sofia’s culture and history — the National History Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art are two major draws — while most restaurant menus will offer a taste of rakia, Bulgaria’s national drink, which is distilled from fruits.

Pirin National Park

Pirin National Park is a special spot for hikers. Its alpine rocks and deep blue lakes make for spectacular backdrops, while trails are available for all fitness levels and ages. The Koncheto Ridge may be among the most challenging of all the Pirin hikes, but it also boasts the most breathtaking views.

Krushuna Waterfalls

Located in Northern Bulgaria, near Letnitsa village, these magical waterfalls were carved into the rock over 800 years ago by hermits who lived in them. Guided tours of the falls and the surrounded area are available to learn more about the ecology of the local area. Visit in spring to see the falls in full flow.