Bulgaria has been popular a holiday destination for some years now. Therefore, Europcar is represented by six outlets at key locations throughout the country; with one at Varna International Airport, one at Sarafovo Airport in Burgas and two at Sofia Vrazhdebna Airport, with another two in central Sofia. All are ready to help the eight million annual visitors enjoy the benefits of world class car hire. Europcar's fleet of comfortable and reliable vehicles is capable of meeting all budgets and requirements, with useful services like express pick-up, easy online booking, and options like child seats, navigation and additional driver cover, all available to ensure that any car hire requirements you have in Bulgaria will be handled by experienced professionals.
With the most gorgeous Black Sea beaches to lounge on, seven diverse mountain ranges to hike across, dozens of ancient ruins that date back thousands of years to explore and a long tradition of religious art and structures from different holy disciplines to be marvelled at, it's not hard to see why Bulgaria has had a reputation for inspiring and delighting visitors for years. The well-maintained Black Sea coastline offers the big beach resort experience as well as the smaller, traditional seaside towns that are ideal for young families to enjoy a vacation. Those who enjoy hiking, walking, mountaineering, or just being amongst the wildlife and fresh air of the great outdoors, will love the extensive hiking trails and huts that criss-cross the hills, lakes, alpine forests, streams and waterfalls that combine to make up Bulgaria's rich landscape. And scholars of ancient history will never grow tired of the constant reminders of the ancient civilisations and empires that have made their mark on the country. Experience Bulgaria by hire car, and you'll never find yourself limited to just one vacation.
The City of Sofia - The Bulgarian capital is known for its fabulous architecture and, vast collection of museums, which include the National Historical Museum, which houses over 650,000 historical artefacts from pre-history to modern times, the National Archaeological Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Earth and Man Museum. One of the national symbols of Bulgaria, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, measuring over 34,000 square feet and able to hold 10,000 people, is a major attraction, as is the medieval Boyana Church. The city is also famous for its huge selection of bars and restaurants, while luxury shopping is available on Vitosha Boulevard.
The Black Sea coast -Over 230 miles of the Bulgarian border is beautiful coastline, known as the Bulgarian Riviera, and more than 80 miles of that is white and golden sandy beaches, with balmy summer temperatures allowing for sun and sea bathing, sailing, water-skiing, diving and snorkelling. Two of the major cities on the Black Sea coast, Varna and Burgas, are lively urban centres ideal to make a base from, while major resorts and small seaside villages can also be found up and down the shore to provide any further facilities, whatever your needs or budget.