More then one quarter of the country's territory is covered with forests. The edelweiss which grows in places difficult of access in the Pirin Mountains and the Balkan Range, is one of the rare plants growing in the country. Bulgaria is famous for its oleaginous rose which bloom in the Valley of Roses. The Bulgarian tobacco brands are world - famous. The Bulgarian fauna is no less interesting, with almost 13 000 animal species and subspecies, or about 14 percent of all European species. Fishing is possible in lakes, dams, mountain brooks and sea, hunting - in special hunting grounds.
"Now Is The Time" even if you are a small to medium investor in real estate or project share investments you can now afford to invest in Bulgaria. With real estate at its lowest in years you can invest in the cities to the beach and the ski resorts.
For larger investors we have a number of commercial investments from the energy sector i.e. Gas , Oil, Wind, Water. to the hotel and apartment complex sectors. [See video]
Vulnerable groups in Bulgaria are receiving aid through the countrys Social Investment and Employment Promotion Project. The project has renovated and rebuilt institutes of education, as well as places where the countrys disadvantaged can find work. One such place is a clothing factory in the city of Stara Zagora, where most of the employees are hearing impaired
There is a place in the world where the mists of spring engulf green mountain peaks, and in the valleys below them rest long forgotten kings. A place where the sun illuminates receding ruins of long since perished empires, and wild forests still echo with the footsteps of mighty warriors. A land that hides golden treasures, a land of magic and abandoned shrines; spring flowers, and small streams that become mighty rivers. A land that combines its vast mountains, fertile plains, steep shores and small mountain villages in a supernatural symbiosis of drama, beauty and grandeur. A place that can always impress and amaze, a place that you can rediscover every day. This is Bulgaria. [See video]
Bulgaria is situated closer to the Equator than the pole. It falls within the southern part of the temperate climate zone with subtropical influence. Its location on the transition line between two climate zones influences the climate, soils, vegetation and animal species. All of them are characterized by great diversity. The country's geographic position also determines the relatively wide angle of sunlight that falls on the country, making the country predominantly sunny. The official time in Bulgaria is Eastern European Time, which is two hours ahead of Greenwich Time. The Black and the Aegean Sea also influence the country's climate. The influence of the Mediterranean is extensive for the climate in the southern parts of the country, while the Black Sea influences the climate over an area extending some 40 km inland, supporting diverse flora and fauna. The Danube River is important for the country, both with regard to water resources and for species diversity. Bulgaria's favorable geographic location creates excellent preconditions for the development of tourism. [See video]
This is an advertising movie about Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. Terry Randall is an Englishman who has lived in Sofia for about a decade. He invites his friend Merete Baun from Denmark and takes her around the city as well as telling her the story of it.
During the interview for Boom & Bust in Bulgaria. We talked about the forex market in general, the new strategy I introduced at the Forex Conference in Sofia - Counter the crowd trading also known as the Killer Principle. The one used by hedge funds and option traders.
GREAT Mega Mission is a 4-day initiative that started in Bucharest on 9 and 10 March 2015 and continued to Sofia on 11 and 12 March 2015. It is the largest visit of its kind to Bulgaria and Romania and is part of UK Trade and Investment’s (UKTI) efforts to double UK trade with Central and Eastern Europe by 2020. The comprehensive trade delegation has included around 50 British companies operating in 4 important sectors: nuclear, oil and gas, mass transport and water and environment. During the stay in Sofia, the British companies have met representatives from the Government, local trade associations, major local partners and experts from each of the four priority sectors. The programme has also included one-to-one meetings between British and Bulgarian companies to provide a platform to explore market opportunities in more depth.