Bulgaria is a very popular destination for foreigners and foreign investors to start a LIMITED LTD.
Year of EU entry: 2007
Capital city: Sofia
Total area: 111 910 km²
Population: 7.6 million
Currency: lev (лв)
The Bulgarian population is heavily oriented towards foreigners and tourism. Especially in the big cities, knowledge of foreign languages is very good. Many Bulgarians know foreign languages; with English being the most popular, along with wide knowledge of Russian and German.
The Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria is more than 378 km long and offers sandy beaches which are considered the best in Europe. Not for nothing, the Ancient Greeks called the Bulgarian coast, the Hospitable Coast.
What makes the Black Coast particularly attractive is the climate and natural beauty of the coastline. Beaches are interspersed with small coves, picturesque cliffs and clear blue bays. You will find not only pleasant fishing villages but also lively yacht clubs and fine restaurants. The most famous beaches are Golden Beach (Golden Sands) near Varna and Sunny Beach near Bourgas. Other nice places along the coast are Albena and Nessebar.
Bulgaria has a central European climate. That means cold winters but warm summers. The average daily temperature in July and August can reach 30 degrees Celcius.
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Grape growing and wine production have a long history in Bulgaria, dating back to the times of the Thracians. Wine is, together with beer and grape rakia, among the most popular alcoholic beverages in the country.
Bulgaria was the world's second largest wine producer in 1980s, but the industry declined after the collapse of communism. Wine production is growing again, reaching 108m litres in 2011, an increase of 4.9% from the previous year