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Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Bulgaria., in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.
Required Documents to Apply
  • A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.

  • A credit/debit card or a PayPal account

Important Instructions
  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Bulgaria must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

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Bulgaria is one of the most peculiar countries in Europe. This Balkan nation has a diverse terrain that surrounds the Black Sea coast, which gives it a mountainous interior full of rivers, including the Danube. It’s a cultural paradise with Greek, Slavic, Ottoman, and Persian influences, as well as a rich tradition of dance, music, costumes, and crafts. Its capital city, Sofia, is located in the west of the country, under Vitosha Mountain, and it has more than 2,000 years of history, which is reflected in its structures with a strong Ottoman and even Soviet influence. When you walk through the medieval Boyana Church, you can see frescoes from the 13th century. Bulgaria occupies only 2% of Europe’s territory, but it has at least 40,000 historical monuments, and 7 of them are part of the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage sites. Bulgaria also has 36 cultural reserves, 330 museums and galleries, and at least 160 monasteries. You can find a lot of Thracian tombs, vestiges of the Greek Age, Roman fortresses, and also multiple statues and buildings of the First and Second Bulgarian Kingdom. If you want to visit some examples of the UNESCO list, you can take a tour to The Thracian Tomb near the Village of Sveshtari, in Razgrad. You can also visit the Kazanlak Tomb, the Boyana Church, the Rila Monastery, and the Old Town in Nesebar. Another important thing that always fascinates the tourists is the Karanovska settlement mound, which offers a basis for understanding the Karanovska Neolithic periods and works as a model of the development of European prehistoric cultures. If you decide to visit the Valley of the Thracian Kings, keep in mind that it has at least 15 tombs by now, and there might be more. As another interesting fact of Bulgaria, you can also know Perperikon, which is considered the temple of God Dionysus and it has a prophecy chamber equal in importance to the one dedicated to Apollo at Delphi. The locals declare that this was once the capital of the Odryssian Kingdom. Many Thracian golden treasures have been found in Bulgaria. Planning a trip to this country means exploring different museums and interesting spots with remains of the Thracian, Hellenistic, and Roman culture. Exploring Bulgaria is learning about a great variety of impressive buildings. An example of it is the Rila Monastery, founded in the 10th century by San Juan de Rila (known as Iván Rilski). You can find this monument in the Rila Mountains, in the Rilski River Valley. You can also visit the Bachkovo Monastery, on the right bank of the Chepelare River, in the Rhodope Mountains. If you decide to take a nice trip to Sofia, then you must know the Cathedral of Saint Alexander Nevski. This cathedral is the seat of the Bulgarian Patriarchate and one of the sixty largest Christian cathedrals in the world. It’s also an important symbol of Sofia and the main tourist attraction in the city. Another example of the architectural beauties in Bulgaria is the Boyana Church, a medieval Bulgarian Orthodox church located on the outskirts of Sofia. This monument has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. It has a total of 89 scenes with 240 human images on its walls. If you prefer to learn more about the natural site of Bulgaria, then you’ll be happy to know that this country has a rich biodiversity, a lot of natural parks, and unique natural landmarks that include amazing canyons and glacial lakes. In this country, you can find a lot of ecologically friendly activities like hiking, mountain crossing, birdwatching, and many more.
Keep in mind that Bulgaria is in second place in Europe in terms of biodiversity. This country has at least over 12,360 species of plants, and 3,700 of them are higher species. You should also know that at least 750 plants are medicinal. When you travel to this country, you find a lot of dense forests surrounding the currents of the rivers Batova, Kamchiya, Ropotamo, and Veleka. You can find natural coniferous forests spread in the territories of up to 2,200 meters above the sea level. You can also explore the beauties in Rhodope mountain, as well as the beauties in the mountains Slavyanka and Pirin, to mention some. An unforgettable natural monument in Bulgaria is El Musala. This is the highest summit in Bulgaria and the entire Balkan Peninsula, at 2925 masl. It’s also the fourth peak in continental Europe in terms of topographic isolation. Its name derives from Mus Allah, 'mountain of Allah' or 'mountain of God', being named this way during the period when Bulgaria was part of the Ottoman Empire. As for the caves you can explore in Bulgaria, there is Prohodna, a karst cave located in the Iskar gorge, near the town of Karlukovo in the municipality of Lukovit. The cave is known for the two holes in the ceiling that resemble eyes, known as the Eyes of God. The interior of this cave is also used for Jumping. It is also the best-known attraction in the Karlukovo Gorge, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria. Other caves that you can visit our Devil's Throat Cave, Snejanka Cave, Uhlovitsa, and Yagodinska. As for natural landscapes, you should try to visit Lake Pomorie, Mount Botev, and the majestic Lake Pancharevo. Something that also distinguishes Bulgaria a lot is its good wine. Wine is an essential part of the history of Bulgaria, and it’s an important part of Bulgarian culture and spirit. The Bulgarian areas are rooted in ancient civilizations that have left an enduring mark on modern Bulgaria. The Thracians used wine as an influential part of their religious rituals and as a means of communing with their deities. You can taste a wide variety of wines including Gamza, Dimyat, Rubin, and Mavrud. As for the cuisine, you should know that Bulgarian gastronomy is diverse and colorful. It has a lot of spices, and the preparation of its plates includes multiple vegetables and fruits. Most Bulgarian meals are simple to prepare, but incredibly delicious. An example of it is the world-famous Bulgarian yogurt, as well as other recipes like Banitsa, Tarator, Shopska salad, and Đuveč. There are many activities that you can do in Bulgaria, especially for its cultural and natural diversity. Still, you must always have your travel documents on hand to enter the country. You must apply for your Bulgaria Health Declaration before landing at the airport. This document is usually very useful in an emergency, especially health. For your convenience, you can apply for this document with and thus not worry about any tedious and bureaucratic process. Feel relieved that in this way, you can prepare the rest of your trip with pleasure.