- Bulgaria is part of the European Union and governed by European law.
- The Bulgarian currency is fixed to the Euro therefore prices are stable.
- Bulgaria is a 1-3 hour direct flight from most major European cities.
- Bulgaria has a large number of technical universities and produces a large number of graduates with IT related degrees.
- English is widely spoken and often degrees are taught in English.
- Bulgaria borders Greece so enjoys a warm climate and Mediterranean style food.
- It borders the Black Sea and in the summer its beaches are popular with tourists.
- Bulgaria has a number of ski resorts. The more popular resorts being Vitosha, Borovets, Bansko and Pamporovo.
- Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria.
- The city has six universities and a number of state and private colleges and branches of other universities.
- Salaries in Plovdiv are slightly lower than Sofia.
- Plovdiv international airport is a short taxi ride from the city.
- Being the second largest city in Bulgaria there is plenty to enjoy from its numerous restaurants, recreation facilities (biggest sports complex in Eastern Europe) and nightlife. It is also located near the popular ski resorts Bansko and Pamporovo.
How to get to Plovdiv
- Plovdiv has a modern international airport.
- There are direct flights (approx 3 hours) from a number of European cities with low cost airlines.
- Ryanair flies to Plovdiv from Stansted airport.
- Plovdiv is close to Sofia and it is possible to fly to Sofia and drive just over an hour to Plovdiv using the motorway.
Our Plovdiv office is a short taxi ride from the Plovdiv international airport. The office is located within a modern air conditioned building and is a short commute from popular residential areas and close to the city centre.