Living and working in Sofia
Founded seven thousand years ago, Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe, today - a dynamic European capital with a vibrant city and cultural environment.
It combines the comfort of a modern city with the abundance of rich historical heritage site. Located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain, Sofia allows for a quick escape to the mountainous resort.
The variety of traditional and foreign cuisine opportunities is a delight for even the most sophisticated palate.
Sofia accommodates both the preference of a calm and more dynamic city life.
It also accommodates Bulgaria’s biggest student community with the variety of educational institutions on its territory.
More than (both private, semi-private, and state-owned) 23 universities, 21 colleges, 172 secondary schools, 242 kindergartens and nursery schools, including such in which the instruction is conducted entirely in English, German and/or French languages, add further to the cheerful spirit of the city. Notwithstanding, higher education provided by the top Sofia universities is internationally recognized and provides opportunities for participation in a number of exchange programmes, sponsored by the European Union and other organisations, such as the Fulbright Foundation.
v Sofia Municipality: https://www.sofia.bg/en/web/sofia-municipality/
v Sofia Airport: https://www.sofia-airport.bg/en/passengers
v Railway transport: http://www.bdz.bg/en/
v City mobility: https://www.sofiatraffic.bg/en/transport/schedules
v Sofia guide: http://www.sofia-guide.com