- 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.
- Sofia is the capital city of Bulgaria. It is also Bulgaria's largest city with a population of approximately 2 million people.
- There are 16 universities in Sofia many of which are technical universities.
- Sofia is the IT capital of Bulgaria and often referred to as the Silicon Valley of Europe.
- Sofia has a modern international airport and recently built underground metro system.
- Being the capital city there is plenty to enjoy from its numerous restaurants to its nightlife.
- The Vitosha ski resort is 30 minutes from our office.
- The ski resorts of Borovets and Bankso are one and two hours away respectively.
How to get to Sofia
- Sofia has a spacious modern international airport.
- There are direct flights (1-3 hours) from most European cities with low cost airlines.
- 5 airlines (British Airways, easyJet, Wizzair, Ryanair and Bulgarian Air) fly daily from 4 London airports (Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton) direct to Sofia.
Our Sofia office is a short (less than 10 minutes) taxi ride or metro journey from the Sofia international airport. Our office is a modern (completed April 2013) air conditioned building and is a short commute from popular residential areas and close to the city centre. The nearest Metro station and hotel are less than 150 metres from the office.