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Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a mysterious country in southeastern Europe, known for its long stretch of coastline along the Black Sea. While many tourists enjoy the country's summer and winter resorts, such as Albena, Golden Sands and Pamporovo, the less-travelled areas of Bulgaria offer a wealth of history, art and outdoor adventure. A popular destination is Sofia, the cosmopolitan capital of Bulgaria and home to the famous Hagia Sophia, a 6th-century church and cultural monument that was used as a mosque during the Ottoman rule. The interior of Bulgaria is full of well-maintained trails for hiking and horseback riding through ancient forests and mountains. The country's efficient public transportation system will take you to rural villages and monasteries, many of which date back to the Byzantine era and are filled with paintings and religious icons. Come fly with Austrian Airlines to Bulgaria and get a taste of ancient and modern Europe.

Flights to Bulgaria

Central and Eastern Europe

Austrian Airlines flies to all the most important regions of Central and Eastern Europe, further reinforcing our role as the market leader in this region. We also increase the number of flights to existing destinations continuously. Our Central and Eastern European network currently includes more than 40 destinations.

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EAT in Bulgaria: Dream House
No, the dream house isn't particularly fancy, stylish or hypermodern. Yet it's a secret jewel that will make the eyes of vegetarians sparkle. Yet first you have to find it: The house of the meatless dreams is pretty much hidden in a small shopping arcade. The advantage? Only few tourists find their way here. And when they do, they deserve it.   The cuisine is full of the rich tradition of local, Bulgarian vegetables, including crunchy salads, tasty soups and local vegetable meals. At the same time, there is a touch of Asia: Here a piece of Tofu, there some Sushi and invisible spices from all over the world. Moreover you'll find delicate teas and a good selection of beer and wine.   At noon the small, colourful restaurant wakes up, and you have to be lucky to still find an empty table. The very lucky ones get hold of one with a view of the alley.

SHOP in Bulgaria: Dielsport
Are you sporty or would like to look as if you were? Then go get a new outfit at Dielsport. Everything here is both functional and makes you look good. Thus it's the right place for ski-lovers and those who just want to make a good impression in winter without freezing to death. Cool hats and snowboard jackets, ski trousers, which will remain dry with a wild downhill style and therefore, falls, as well as practical backpacks. Dielsport is working on different slopes: Divine, Alpine, Ultra, Sport and Demon. The hallmark: Top materials and fair prices. And, not surprisingly, Dielsport also designs uniforms for snow-workers of all kinds - from the ski school to the mountain rescue service.

STAY in Bulgaria: Sofia Inn
If you look for a private alternative to staying at a hotel, check out the Sofia Inn Residence. Beautiful apartments in prime neighbourhoods are on offer. There are no annoying fellow hotel guests, and you can go to have breakfast in your pyjama. The apartments can be rented for short stays, yet they are also a good deal for long vacations and business travellers.   The apartments are fully furnished, in a way that you can receive visitors with no problems. There's a choice between 1 to 3 room apartments, which are professionally cleaned twice a week. In case you still end up missing the hotel feeling including travelling acquaintances, then you can simply linger a little bit in the hallway. All the Sofia Inn Apartments are in the same building! A night in a studio (with sleeping accommodations for two people) starts at 30,- euros.

SEE in Bulgaria: Sofia Synagogue
You won't find a bigger synagogue than this one in the whole Balkan region. Even if you extended your search to all over Europe it would be difficult to find a similarly monumental synagogue. Again, the Austrians left their mark: The building was designed by the architect Friedrich Grünanger, finished in 1909 and inaugurated by Tsar Ferdinand I. Experts immediately see elements of the Vienna Secession, while the ignorant get stuck with the Moorish style.   Up to 1,300 believers would comfortably fit in the synagogue. Yet there are only few regular visitors, because the members of the formerly sizable Jewish community have been dispersed. Those who still live here are primarily non-practicing Jews. Since 1992 the Museum of Jewish History is located in the synagogue.

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Flights to Bulgaria Flight No. Time Flight time Typ
VIE - SOF OS 795 09:05 - 10:40 01:35 320
VIE - SOF OS 805 06:20 - 07:55 01:35 100
VIE - SOF OS 797 14:15 - 15:50 01:35 319
VIE - SOF OS 799 19:20 - 20:55 01:35 320
VIE - SOF OS 793 16:45 - 18:15 01:30 100