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We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a
year - including holidays.
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Are your prices per person or per
Are your shuttles Air conditioned?
All of our cars are air-conditioned.
Also, they meet all the safety requirements.
How do I make a reservation?
Go to our order form
When do I make a reservation?
As soon as you have your flight information.
Can I pay by credit card?
Yes, but we prefer cash! You may pay in EUR, USD, GBP or
BGL. Have a look at the website for the amount.
I really have to pay by credit card!
Ok, Let us know
When do I pay?
Please pay half the agreed fare upon arrival at your
destination, the remainder at the airport when we drop
What currency do you prefer?
We prefer BGL currency (because we don't lose money
changing it) but we will accept Sterling, Euros and U.S.
Where can I change money?
Changing money in your home country will be expensive,
not all banks will have Bulgarian LEVA handy so you will
may have to wait for it as well. The best way would be
to change enough money to last you until you can get to
a bank in Sofia as they have the best rates. There are
also plenty of ATM's/cashpoints in Sofia and they
actually are a very good way to change money. We
strongly suggest that you DO NOT use the exchange
offices in the airport or in Sofia as they are not
regulated and are very deceptive in their advertising.
What happens if my flight is
We track your flight on the Internet and by our airport
representative, so we are aware if you will be arriving
late. Whether you are 1 hour late or 6 hours late, we
will have a driver for you at the airport.
Is there is an additional charge
if my flight is late?
No, unlike some companies we do not charge waiting time.
Of course if your flight gets in at 0300 feel free to
give your driver a BIG tip!
Our price policy is very competitive. The price quoted
is the price you pay, there is no hidden costs for late
arrivals, luggage, tolls, fuel �etc !
How do I find my driver?
Our driver will wait for you /until hi meet you/ in the
arrivals terminal holding your name board clearly
displayed. In case of disappointment contact us on our
24 hrs HOTLINE : +359.886.222.400 and will found you
Can I have a receipt?
Of course, just ask the driver.
How long is the journey to the
Generally 30 minutes to the city center, during rush
hour and when the road conditions are poor, these times
can vary. For other city�s and resort�s destinations
feel free to ask us.
I have lots of luggage, a mountain
bike, a board bag and my pet snake- will there be room?
If you are bringing a mountain bike or a lot of luggage
please let us know.
What do I do if someone at the
airport proposes to take me into the city?
You should be aware that there are drivers who operate
at the airports without authorization or proper
insurance, and they may charge you more than you
arranged with us when you arrive at your destination.
Should I tip the driver? How much?
Yes, Loads! Of course it is up to you whether you want
to tip the driver or not. If you are happy with the
service he or she gave you, it is customary to tip
Do you offer tour programs?
We are able to provide basic tours, let us know what you
are interested in and we will see what we can do!
Do you offer other transportation
besides going to and from Sofia Airport?
We will go anywhere you would like, e-mail us for a
�Area:110933 sq. km
�Summer temperatures: 26� to 35�C
�Winter temperatures: -10� to 5�C
�Time zone: GMT +2 (April � September +3)
�Capital � Sofia
�Currency � Lev(BGN)
�Exchange � 1 Euro/ 1.95583 BGN
Location and territory
Bulgaria is located in South-Eastern Europe and occupies
the North-eastern part of Balkan Peninsula. To the
North, the country border on Romania via the Danube
River, to the East it touches the Black sea, its
southern neighbours are Turkey and Greece, and the West
it borders on the Former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia
To drive in Bulgaria
you have to be at least 18 years old. You can use your
national license, if it is issued by a country -
signatory to the Convention on Road Traffic (Vienna
1968). To avoid unnecessary problems it is useful also
to have an international license. Remember always carry
your driver�s license with you when you drive. If a
representative of the traffic police stops you, do not
get out of the car and wait for the policeman to
approach. You could be asked to present the vehicle�s
documentation which consists in registration card,
technical support card and third party liability policy.
Roads in Bulgaria are bumpy and sometimes hard to drive,
when we talk about the countryside. So � drive slowly
and carefully. In and around the bigger towns and cities
roads are better and faster. Be careful on the motorways
too � some of them are currently partially in repairs.
In the cities speed limit is 50km/h, outside city limits
� 90km/h. On the high way 130km/h are allowed.
For violating speed restrictions you will be fined
between 20 and 150 leva, which you could be asked to pay
when leaving the country, at the customs. Remember �
fasten your seat belts. Otherwise you could pay a fine
of 40 leva
Be careful where you park your car � in cities you could
not only be fined but your car could be taken away,
which will cost you stress and money! You can park for
up to 2 hours in the city centre, in the designated blue
zones. The fee for up to one hour parking is 1.00 leva.
Some car parks are privately run and prices vary.
The biggest petrol station chains in Bulgaria are OMV,
Shell, Petrol and LUK Oil In this petrol stations you
pay cash or with a credit card.
You should always check the emergency equipment of your
car because there are some things required by law:
emergency medical box, fire extinguisher, triangle,
spare tyre with rim, jack screw and lug wrench.
150 � First aid
160 � Fire Department
166 � Closest police department
165 � Traffic police