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Over the last few years visitors to Bulgaria will have noticed that there is a growing number of hotels and guest houses, thanks to the vastly increased number of tourists that are opting for this destination for their holidays. In the capital of Sofia, for example, there are hotels of all sizes and to suit all budgets, so even if you are travelling on a shoestring you should be able to find something to suit you.
The hotels in Bulgaria use the same star rating system that is in place in the rest of Europe but for a long time standards in hotel accommodation were low when compared to other countries. However, things are now improving and there are more hotels that meet international standards and offer a more luxurious standard of accommodation.
There are also many more private homes offering good quality bed and breakfast accommodation. These are more commonly found near the coast but there is a growing number to be found inland. Bulgaria also has a number of campsites, many of which are equipped with all mod-cons like showers, shops, sports facilities and electricity. These are normally limited to the main tourist areas of the country though.
Bulgaria is a great place to tour so why not consider car rental services when you arrive so that you can travel in comfort? You need to be aware that there are tolls charged on the motorway system and some of the main roads and as in the rest of mainland Europe, you need to drive on the right hand side of the road. The quality of the roads will vary in different parts of the country and when you have decided on a hire car in Bulgaria you should note that the standard of driving is very poor in most places. Take care if you are driving at night as the lighting is not great in most parts of the country.
There are other ways of getting around though and if you are in the main towns and cities you can consider buses, trams and trolleybus services as an alternative to driving. Tickets for buses and trams can be pick up from kiosks in various places around the city of Sofia and you just need to validate it when you board. In other places you just need to get your ticket from the on-board conductor. Most services are regular in the cities and should not let you down!