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Bulgarian Electricity
Electricity, Telephones and Plugs in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Electricity

General Information

Bulgaria has 220 volt electricity, meaning unless your computer or appliance is dual voltage or designed for 220 volts, you will need a converter or transformer. The cycles (Hz) are 50 per second. Bulgaria uses the standard European non-grounded socket, the most common in the world.

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Voltage Converters: A step-down transformer will convert the 220~240 volt electricity in Bulgaria to the 110~120 volts required by your appliance.

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