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For sale Three-bedroom
47000 EURO,
89 sq. m.,
Town of Plovdiv
Hristo Botev-yug District
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For sale Shop
17200 EURO,
36 sq. m.,
Town of Plovdiv
Hristo Botev-sever District
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For sale Two-bedroom
32700 EURO,
44 sq. m.,
Town of Plovdiv
Hristo Botev-yug District
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For sale Pharmacy
51000 EURO,
0 sq. m.,
Town of Plovdiv
Hristo Botev-sever District
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For sale Villa
15000 EURO,
80 sq. m.,
Plovdiv District
Village of Gornoslav
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For sale Office
16000 EURO,
30 sq. m.,
Town of Plovdiv
Karshaka District
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   There are two main reasons why you should be interested in Bulgaria.

       Quality of life

       An almost unrivalled investment opportunity
    And here are our simple facts that make Bulgaria such an attractive destination:
    1.
Property prices are currently some of cheapest in Europe and last year rose by over 30%
    2. The currency is stable and linked to the Euro
    3.
The general cost of living is one of the cheapest in Europe
    4. Bulgaria is scheduled to join the European Union in 2007
    5. The Black Sea airports are about 3 hours flight from Britain
    6.
The Black Sea coast has over 1700 hours of sunshine from May to October
    7.
The diverse geography and climate allows both ski and beach resorts
    8.
All major British tour operators will be on the Black Sea coast next year
Geography

Bulgaria is roughly the same size as England, and is located on the Balkan peninsula surrounded by the Black Sea to the east, Romania to the north, Serbia and Macedonia to the West, and Greece and Turkey to the South. This location provides numerous opportunities for easy travel to surrounding countries. However, there is plenty to see within Bulgaria itself. Bulgaria boasts fertile plains and beautiful wooded mountain ranges, including the Balkan range, Rila mountains, and Rhodopes. Places to explore include the Black Sea coast and its villages and resorts, mountain trails and ski resorts, and countless villages and monasteries all over the country.



 
Climate

Temperate continental with clearly marked four seasons.
A Mediterranean influence is felt in the country's southern regions.
The average annual temperature is 10.5°C.


Tourism

Tourism in Bulgaria is growing by 18%, which is the highest growth rate in Europe. Tourism from the other European countries to Bulgaria is growing even more by 25.3%. There is also growth in winter sports with 28% more tourists visiting Bulgaria in December 2003 compared with December 2002. The price of properties in Bulgaria in 2003 raced ahead by 24/ 28% on average. That was mainly because of a change in the law on renting properties and growing international interest in properties in Bulgaria
Economy

Bulgaria is a politically stable country, and the introduction of a currency board in 1997 stabilized the country's economy. Since Bulgaria is to become a full member of the European Union in 2007, Bulgarian laws are improving and changing in accordance with the laws in the countries of EU. Bulgaria has some of the most liberal foreign investment laws in the region. Foreign investment typically assumes one of the following forms: establishing a joint venture with existing companies, state-owned or private; acquiring a company through privatization; setting up a new (green field) venture; or making a portfolio investment.
Real estate prices in Bulgaria are by far lower than other European countries but the scheduled acceptance of Bulgaria in the European Union on 1 January 2007 provides unprecedented growth potential that will certainly boost the prices of Bulgarian real estate in the near future. Bulgarian market or real estate is still unexplored and undeveloped to a certain extent, which makes it very attractive and profitable.


History

The Bulgarian state was founded on the present-day territory of Europe in 681 and ever since that time the name of the country has always been the same. Here are some of the important dates and events in the history of Bulgaria:
• 885 - Cyril and Methodius created the Slavonic script
• 864 - 866 - Bulgaria adopted Christianity
• 1018- 1185 - Bulgaria fell within the limits of the Byzantine Empire and Rule
• 1185 - Restoration of the Bulgarian state
• 1396 - 1878 - Bulgaria was under the Turkish Yoke
• 1878 - 1944 - Bulgaria was a constitutional monarchy
• 1944 - 1989 - Bulgaria was a people's republic, governed by the communist party
Since 10th November 1989 Bulgaria has been a parliamentary democratic republic.
Quick facts
Location : Southeastern Europe , bordering the Black Sea , between Romania and Turkey
Coastline : 354 km.
Territory

110 993,6 km2  

Climate : Temperate; cold, damp winters; hot, dry summers.
Population 7 973 671 (2001)
Capital Sofia
Official language Bulgarian
Spoken languages: Bulgarian. English, German, French and Russian are spoken in the country's resorts, hotels and restaurants.
Political system Parliamentary Republic
Government : Parliamentary democracy.

Religions :

Bulgarian Orthodox 83.8%, Muslim 12.1%, Roman Catholic 1.7%, Jewish 0.1%, Protestant, Gregorian-Armenian, and other 2.3%.
Official holidays January 1st – New Years's Holiday;
March 3rd – National Holiday;
Easter, and the first Monday after Easter;
May 1st – Labour Day;
May 6th – Gergyovden, and the Bulgarian Army's Day; >
May 24th – Cyril and Methodius Day;
September 6th – Unification Day;
September 22nd – Independence Day;
November 1st   - National Day of the Bulgarian Revival Leaders;
December 24th, 25th, 26th – Christmas Days;
National currency

Lev, plural Leva BGN

Measures and scales the metric system
Time zone GMT +2

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