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Sofia - guide chapters
Moving around in Bulgaria - transportation
In addition to the buses, fixed-route taxis as well as mini buses are also very popular in the Country. They are known to make fewer stops, which makes it possible to reduce travel time even more. The fare is however slightly higher. In Sofia, there operates a subway which is represented at the moment by only one underground line. The fare is around 50 cents. You can also order a taxi in Bulgaria. They are usually yellow cars with checkers and you will mostly find a price list with quotations fixed on their side window. On the territory of the country there is a huge number of air harbors, but only three of them are international airports. They are located in Sofia, Varna, and Burgas.
Economy roadmap of Bulgaria
Today the tourism sector makes a big contribution to the country’s GDP. The growth prospect has been observed since 2007. More than 6% of the total number of the able-bodied population is employed in this sector. Most tourists come to Bulgaria from the neighboring countries of the European Union. The presence of several thousand mineral springs on the territory of Bulgaria, as well as ski resorts and coastal zones, gives an opportunity to the development of tourism without much significant investment. The foreign economic policy of the country is focused on the transparency of the economy and the conclusion of trade and mutually beneficial relations not only with neighboring European countries, but with the states of Asia and America. At present, Bulgaria maintains diplomatic relations with more than 120 countries of the world. For more than 60 years, Bulgaria has been an active member of the UN, and also participates in hundreds of other international organizations.