Reasons to visit Bulgaria
• Strategic location • Easy access • Peaceful and safe place • Small area with great natural diversity • Friendly and friendly locals • Excellent food • A country with rich cultural and historical heritage, well-preserved traditions, customs and folklore • А new and unfamiliar destination with great potential • Proven MICE professionals
Bulgaria is an ancient country with a rich and diversified cultural and historical heritage. Located at the strategically important crossroad between Europe, the Middle East and the Mediterranean, the area has been inhabited since ancient times. Here, different cultures, customs and religions interweave and interact with the tribes and people who lived on these lands. Numerous historical and architectural artefacts testify to the rich cultural and historical wealth of the country, among which the Varna necropolis (4000 BC), preserved the world’s oldest processed gold; the Thracian tombs and sanctuaries with the world-famous gold treasures – examples of jewellery craftsmanship; the Panagyurishte gold treasure; numerous Greek, Roman and Byzantine monuments of antiquity; the architectural and historical complexes and reserves – Pliska, Preslav, Tarnovo, Koprivshtitsa, Zheravna, Bozhentsi, Melnik, and many others.
The life and culture of the Bulgarian nation have been formed over millennia. All people, who have lived on these lands – from Thracians and Romans, to Slavs and Bulgarians – have left their mark in the Treasury of World Culture. It is no coincidence that the first European civilization was born on these lands – the traditions, feasts and customs, which have been preserved through the living memory of Bulgarians, testify to the richness of soul, the lifestyle and culture of the Bulgarian people over the centuries. The folk music, folk song and the Bulgarian folk dances are vital parts of the Bulgarian culture. The Bulgarian musical folklore abounds with uneven traces – this being the most characteristic and distinctive feature of Bulgarian folk music -, not to be found in western music. The unbalanced traits, as a typical Bulgarian feature, are an important Bulgarian contribution to the European […]
Because of its unique nature, Bulgaria is often said to be “a piece of Paradise”. Embracing the incredible beauty of the azure warm sea and the magnificence of the mountain peaks covered with snow, the fertile fields and green forests, Bulgarian lands are generously endowed by nature with exceptional and diversified sceneries: a mild, temperate continental climate, which is suitable to visit all year round, a rich flora and fauna, and numerous mineral springs. Beautiful mountains and valleys, forests, lakes and waterfalls, rivers and sea – here one can find everything they desire.
Bulgaria has a long tradition in winemaking. It has become a part of the people’s culture and is interwoven with the diverse culinary traditions of Bulgarians. Each region preserves its traditions and offers various culinary delights. The geographical location of the country, its history and cultural influences enrich the Bulgarian cuisine. Salads with Mediterranean hint, spices from the Orient, complemented by our traditional yoghurt and cheese, create an incredible blend that allows Bulgarian dishes to suit every taste.
Business tourism has been growing in Bulgaria in recent years and our country has begun to become a preferred destination for international meetings and congresses. The construction of new business-oriented hotels, modern conference and exhibition facilities, competitive prices and a pleasant atmosphere create excellent conditions for the flourishing business tourism. The country is a very suitable destination for important meetings and events as flights from the main European economic centres to Sofia last no longer than 2-3 hours. The congressional industry and business tourism rely on the numerous exhibition and congress centres, conference hotels and venues, allowing for exhibitions and festivals to be held in all regions of the country. International exhibitions are held annually. Such focus on some of the most important sectors of the economy: finance, agriculture, security, energy and environment, heavy and light industry, transport, electronics and electrical engineering, information technology and many others.
Cities in Bulgaria
As a modern city with advanced infrastructure, transport and communications, Sofia provides excellent conditions for organising international congresses and exhibitions, festivals and sports events. The availability of numerous halls, of different capacity, as well as the establishment of prestigious four and five star hotels, some of which are representatives of…
Varna is the largest seaside (Black Sea) town in the country and it is no accident that it is referred to as the “Sea Capital of Bulgaria”. The city is a particularly important economic, business and educational (higher degree) centre; it has a port and is the headquarter of the…
Plovdiv is the second largest and most populous city in Bulgaria, and it is a unique place for organising business events, professional and incentive trips and team buildings. A number of economic and cultural events take place in the city, making it one of the main centres for organising business…
Borovets, known as Chamkoria until the mid 20th century, is the first mountain resort of its kind, in Bulgaria and on the entire Balkan range. Its origin dates back to 1896, when Kniaz Ferdinand – Bulgaria's monarch at the time, had his summer residence and several hunting lodges built there.…
The municipality of Pravets is a place with ancient history, rich culture, and preserved nature, which makes it possible to develop various types of tourism in its territory. As you enter the city you are greeted with breathtaking views of the picturesque lake and the majestic mountains. There are several…
Located only 30 km away from the city of Varna, the “Albena” Resort offers its visitors an enormous beach at a length of over 3.5 km. and width going up to 150 m. Albena is a unique destination and provides prerequisites for the organisation and conduct of various conferences and…
Burgas is the second largest seaside (Black Sea) town in Bulgaria and hosts the biggest seaport in the country. The city has an international airport via which it is connected to a number of major European and non-European international airports. The municipal centre of the largest area in the country,…
wide range of professional services
Bulgarian Convention Bureau - BGCB offers a wide range of professional services for your event. We, in close cooperation with our professional network partners, offer the full support you need for the successful conduct of your event. In case you need free of charge, professional advice, please contact us at email@example.com or call +359 899 826502.
Intermediation in the relations with the local businesses and establishing contact with the domestic institutions
Presenting and establishing contact with local service providers: Professional Conference Organisers (PCOs), Destination Management Companies (DMCs), Tour Operators or other service providers
Booking hotel accommodation for your event
Providing information and advice on the choice of venue, accommodation, transportation, teambuilding, incentive trips, etc.
Powerful Business Presentations
Preparing offers and presentations
Granting access to advertising materials, videos, images and brochures about Bulgaria
Publishing and promoting your event in our online congressional calendar
Supporting your business trips and missions for on-site inspection
Guides and directions
Providing free of charge manuals and guides and directions to help the visitors and delegates of the event