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Find out why you should have a job in Bulgaria! This unique country is located on the Balkan peninsula in the southeast of Europe and is rich in history, natural wonders, vibrant festivals and outdoor adventures. Do you want to work and live in Bulgaria?

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Things to do in Bulgaria

There are many things to do in Bulgaria, including visiting historic sites, exploring beautiful natural scenery, and enjoying the country's rich culture and cuisine. 

Did you know that Bulgaria has a few skiing sites? Vitosha, a 20 km long ski resort, is conveniently near Sofia and therefore it is easily reachable from there. 

Speaking of the capital city Sofia. It is home to many cultural and architectural treasures, including the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Boyana Church, and the National Museum of History. Moreover, you can also explore the Black Sea coast, which is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque resorts, and abundant wildlife. It is definitely worth a visit! We also encourage you to take the boat from Nessebar to Sozopol, one of the oldest towns on the Black Sea, in order to see typical 17th-century Bulgarian mansions.

Visiting the Rila Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is one of the most important cultural and spiritual centres of Bulgaria is another activity you shouldn't miss out on. If you enjoy culture and photography, that area is perfect for you because it has charming boutiques, bars, and magnificent churches. Surely a good location to get those insta-shots in! Lastly, you can enjoy the vibrant nightlife and typical Bulgarian food, which is known for its delicious grilled meats, dairy products, and wine. 

These are just a few examples of the many things to do in Bulgaria. The country offers a wide range of activities and attractions to suit all interests and preferences!

Bulgarian capital Sofia

Typical Bulgarian

Things that are typical for Bulgarians are a strong sense of national pride, a love for nature and outdoor activities, a passion for music and dance, and a deep respect for family and traditions. Bulgarians are also known for their hospitality and generosity, and many visitors to the country are struck by the warmth and kindness of the people they meet.

The climate in Bulgaria varies depending on the region, but the country generally has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. In the winter, temperatures in Bulgaria can drop below freezing, especially in the mountain regions, and snow is common. Summers are generally warm and sunny, with average temperatures ranging from the low 20s to the mid-30s Celsius. The spring and autumn seasons are mild and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from the low to mid-teens. Overall, Bulgaria has a relatively moderate climate, with mild winters and warm summers.

Like in your home country, there will be public holidays when you live and work in Bulgaria. Keep in mind that this will impact public transportation and be prepared as it is sometimes completely down. A special celebration for Bulgarians is the wine harvest Trifon Zarezan, which is celebrated on February 14th. Then on the first of March, the Martenitsi takes place. On this day, everyone wears white and red tassels to celebrate the health and happiness that spring brings. Another special celebration is Independence Day on the 3rd of March. 

When working in Bulgaria, it May certainly be your favourite month: on May 1st, Bulgarian celebrate Labour Day, and May 6th is the Day of Courage. But that's not it yet! On May 8th it is International Women's Day when all women are off. On May 24th it is Cyril and Methodius Day. Spread over the year, there are many more public holidays. Therefore Bulgaria is a great country to work in!

Overall, Bulgaria's local life is surprisingly cheap compared to other European countries. Bulgaria has a different currency than the euro. Here, you pay with Lev, whereas one 1 Lev is the equivalent of €0.50. 

Nessebar in Bulgaria

Language basics in Bulgarian

Как си? (Kak si?) - How are you? 

Как се казваш? (Kak se kazvaš?) - What is your name?

Има ли добър ресторант наблизо? (Ima li dobar restorant nablizo?) - Is there a good restaurant close by? 


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Your first words

Как си? (Kak si?) - How are you? 
Как се казваш? (Kak se kazvaš?) - What is your name?
Има ли добър ресторант наблизо? (Ima li dobar restorant nablizo?) - It there a good restaurant closeby?