To go to Bulgaria, you certainly need the money, but not too much, because the prices, although a tax on all products is 22% low, we have in mind: souvenirs, tickets for all kinds of events, transport, including taxis as well as food.
Sometimes there are cases that take tourists to pay more for a hotel than with the locals. At the hotel, on average spent $ 20-40 a day — it all depends on the level of service and comfort. The restaurant is a low level, you can dine for $ 4-10, and in a cheap cafe — and all for $ 1-4. Bulgaria is considered to be the most important meal — a meal in the middle of the day, but dinner takes triumph traits, even dancing are held in restaurants. Food in Bulgaria is delicious and very spicy. The list includes traditional dishes: soup with cucumbers from yogurt, served cold eggplant stuffed with meat or pepper rolls with spiced minced meat, referred to as «kebapcheta». Fruit can be bought for a year at a low price. From sweets — «banitsa» — cookies, which prepares fruit or stuffed with cheese. Also, in addition to national cuisine in restaurants can often be found Western dishes. In every good hotel is bound to have a restaurant, but the demand in Bulgaria, cafes and restaurants in traditional Bulgarian style. In Bulgaria, the coffee is a popular drink, in addition, it is used with a huge dose of sugar. At the forefront of the same tincture at various dry leaves and grasses, especially popular on the basis of the tincture of lime. For red wines, which are often found in Bulgaria can be attributed «Mavrud» and «Trakia» and the white — «Tamyanka» and «Karluski Misket».
nightlife Bulgaria are an inherent part of folk dances and folk music, which you can enjoy plenty of restaurants. Be sure to visit the State Opera in Sofia, as well as watch the performance of the National Folklore Ensemble. A great number of discos and nightclubs are waiting for guests of Sofia and other big cities in Bulgaria. Vitosha Boulevard — the most important street in Sofia branch of trade. Here you can buy anything: and wine and local sweets and handicrafts, and souvenirs about Bulgaria.