Bulgaria is the latest EU country to reopen to tourists from outside the EU, enabling travelers from over 80 nations, including Canadians and Americans, to come for pleasure.
Bulgaria, like its forward-thinking neighbors Greece and Croatia, has opted not to wait for the EU’s ‘Digital Green Certificate,’ which is set to begin in June, but has instead proclaimed the nation open to tourist now.
Bulgaria has chosen an a la carte system of admission regulations, allowing visitors to choose the one that best matches their needs. Incoming visitors must present proof of a recent negative covid test, proof of recovery from the virus, or proof of immunization.
Bulgaria boasts beautiful Black Sea beaches and is ideal for budget vacationers, especially when compared to nearby Greece. Varna, Sozopol, and Nesebar are well worth a visit.
Visitors to Bulgaria have three choices for entering the country securely. Tourists can pick from three different options:
If you have a negative Covid test, you can use PCR or Antigen. The traveller must demonstrate documentation of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of arrival or a negative Antigen test within 48 hours.
Proof of Vaccination: The final dose must have been 14 days ago. J&J, Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik, and Coviesheild are among the companies that offer comprehensive vaccinations to passengers.
All of Bulgaria’s entry requirements may be found here.
Inside confined interior places and outdoors, masks are essential if a social distance of 1.5 meters cannot be maintained. Masks are not required for eating, jogging, going to the beach, or participating in other outside activities.