Transport in BulgariaIn Bulgaria there are all kinds of transport which are common in Europe.They are marine and inland water transport, railway services, air androad transport.
There are five operating civil airports. They are located in the following cities:Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna, Burgas and Gorna Oryahovitsa. All theseairports are international.
Water transport is represented by river and marine navigation. The greatest number of passengers is carried bya ferry to neighboring Romania, which runs along the Danube on a regular basis. Marine passenger transportations are carried out from the port cities Varna and Burgas.
This type of transport is very popular among the Bulgarian population. It is very convenient to move around the country on high-speed trains which significantly reduce travel time. A lot of through trains runacross Bulgaria.
Buses and taxis in most cities in Bulgaria run regularly from 6 am to 11 pm. The fare is low: 1.00 - 1.50 BGN on the bus and 1.50 BGN on the taxi.
There are also trolley buses, trams and a subway in Bulgaria. You can take any of these kinds of transportfor 1 BGN. This price is fixed for the entire country.
As for taxis, you will have to pay for each kilometer. The average cost is 0.80 BGN for 1 km. The price may vary depending on different times of the day. Taxi cars are usually parked at special parking lots. They are painted in yellow so that the tourists could easily find them.