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What digital nomads
should know about bulgaria

22 December 2021

When you think about being a digital nomad in Bulgaria, what images come to your mind? Is it another European
city with preserved architecture, or nature plains?

Did you know that Bulgaria is an up-and-coming destination for digital nomads?

When you think about being a digital nomad in Bulgaria, what images come to your mind? Is it another European
city with preserved architecture, or nature plains?

So what does the oldest country in Europe have to offer for those wanting to become a Bulgaria digital nomad?

I will go into detail about why Bulgaria should be next on your list, from local delicacies you should try and cities
to check out as well as the best places to stay in and work from.

In this article, I will cover these topics:

Best Places to Stay and Work From (with Great WiFi)

Why Bulgaria

Cost of Living

Bulgarian Weather

Digital Nomad Visas for Bulgaria

Why Become A Digital Nomad In Bulgaria?

Bulgaria is an eastern European country strategically located overlooking the Black Sea, covered in an expanse
of mountainous plains, hot springs and stunning nature.

Here are 3 reasons to be a digital nomad in Bulgaria:

Low Cost of Living

Nature Haven

Hearty Food

Top Destinations For Digital Nomads In Bulgaria

As an up-and-coming digital nomad hub, Bulgaria has a multitude of hidden gems to offer.

These are some of the cities which are popular with digital nomads in Bulgaria.

Sofia

The capital of Bulgaria is the centre of the country’s cultural hub. With over 20 museums to visit and architectural monuments to marvel at, Sofia is perfect for those who prefer a culturally-enriching life in the city.

Check out architectural and cultural sights such as the National Art Gallery, Bulgarian Archeological Museum
and the iconic Cathedral Saint Aleksandar Nevski for a taste of Bulgaria’s historic essence.

Bulgarian Archeological Museum

National Art Gallery

Cathedral Saint
Aleksandar Nevski

Despite its status as a city, there is an abundance of natural wonders that you can take a tour of!

Best Time to Visit

The weather in Sofia is relatively mild but also quite diverse with clearly defined four seasons. Summers are
usually soft and only for a week or two the degrees can reach up to 38 and 40°C. During the hottest months July
and August, however, the average temperatures are between 28°C and 35°C. Most of the local people leave the
city in August for the mountains or the beach and Sofia becomes a more relaxed place with less traffic and noise.

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