This spiffy new information centre, at the southern end of ul Pirin on the border of Pirin National Park, has displays on local fauna and flora, and staff can provide tips on hiking trails. Most information is in Bu…
Located behind the bus stop, on the obshtina (municipality) building's upper floor, this centre advises on accommodation and local activities, though opening times can be spotty (especially outside summer). Bus and …
While some information kiosks in Rila Mountains villages can be unreliable or tricky to contact, this information centre in Samokov (10km north of Borovets and Govedartsi) is much more helpful and communicative than…
The centrally located tourist information centre has friendly, informed, English-speaking staff who can advise on accommodation, bus and train times, cultural and outdoor activities, and upcoming events.
Rila village's small tourist information office isn't always faithful to its opening hours, but it has bus timetables, monastery and hiking information, maps, and large placards with local information.
Plovdiv's main post office, in a strangely attractive Soviet-era building. It has computers with online access, sells phone cards and has phone booths on the ground floor.
An excellent source of info for Smolyan and nearby towns and for outdoor activities; can help book tours, and provides transport information.
The Bulgarian Extreme & Freestyle Skiing Association website has useful information about mountain safety and avalanche risks.
This helpful place, on a street branching from the main square, can provide info on buses, hiking, skiing and local attractions.
Look for the simple 'internet' sign, just off the main pedestrian street, to find this little place.