Bus in Sofia


Regular long-distance coach service to neighbouring countries, as well as destinations around Europe. Operates from ticket office no 61 at Sofia's Traffik Market (Serdika bus station).
Bus Station in Sofia

Central Bus Station

The modern Central Bus Station, beside the train station, is a well-organised place that handles services to most big towns in Bulgaria as well as international destinations. There are dozens of counters for individ…
Bus in Sofia

Ovcha Kupel Bus Station

This small station is located about 4km southwest of the centre and is occasionally referred to as the Zapad (West) station. Mainly handles buses headed south, eg to Bansko, Blagoevgrad and Sandanski, as well as to …
Bus Station in Sofia

Yug Bus Station

Bus in Sofia

Poduyane Bus Station

From the ramshackle Poduyane bus station – aka Iztok (East) station – buses leave infrequently for small towns in central Bulgaria.
Bus in Sofia


Matpu-96 offers regular daily service to neighbouring countries, including Turkey, Greece, Macedonia and Serbia. Sells tickets from within the Traffik Market (Serdika bus station) in front of the train station.
Train Station in Sofia

Central Train Station

North of the centre and easily reached by metro, this is Sofia's main rail gateway for domestic and international trains. International tickets are sold on the ground floor, while domestic ticket counters are locate…
Airport in Sofia

Sofia Airport

Sofia airport is located 10km east of the city centre. The airport has two terminals (1 and 2). Most flights use more modern Terminal 2, though a few budget carriers fly in and out of Terminal 1. Both terminals have…
Train Station in Blagoevgrad

Train Station

Blagoevgrad's train station is on the line between Sofia and Kulata.
Bus Station in Plovdiv

Yug Bus Station

Plovdiv's southern bus and coach station, diagonally opposite the train station, is a 15-minute walk from the centre (a taxi costs around 5 lv). Alternatively, local buses 7, 20 and 26 stop across on bul Hristo Bote…