How to avoid losing your luggage on your flight to Bulgaria
What is worse than losing your luggage on your flight to Bulgaria?! Many things can be worse, but it is extremely annoying not to see your luggage on the line when you are that close to your vacation. All the presents and new clothes you purchased for this trip are not there. What can be done?
08.04.2012 read more
Carriage of products of animal origin to EU
There are strict procedures and veterinary controls on the introduction of products of animal origin into the European Union. Due to the risk of travelers importing disease into the European Union, through products of animal origin carrying pathogens that cause infectious diseases in animals all personal consignments of meat, meat products, milk and milk products are prohibited to enter the European Union.
16.11.2011 read more
Traveling with Baby
Traveling with baby is not such a hassle us you might think. You need little extra planning and your travel can go smooth and enjoyable.
The first question that parents ask if they will be able to take a car seat with them in the airplane. What is the best seat assignment? What to bring and what not bring?
18.10.2011 read more
Are there open return tickets?
When comes to international flights, many passengers prefer open return ticket. The most frequent question we get from customers is if we offer open return tickets. Those airline tickets are very common among students, seamen, visitors on extended stay from Bulgaria to United States.
22.09.2011 read more
Budget Airlines to/from Bulgaria
Perhaps because of the often-mentioned economic crisis or because more and more people are willing to compromise their comfort so that they can buy a more affordable flying ticket, budget airlines grow more and more popular among travelers.
10.03.2011 read more
Your rights for flights in Europe
If your flight is cancelled or is subject to a long delay, or if you are denied boarding on a flight for which you hold a valid reservation, you are entitled to certain rights in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004. The airline which carries out the irregular flight is responsible for granting you these rights.
06.12.2010 read more
Passport Expiration Issues
There are many ridiculous speculations and rumors in the Internet when it comes to passport requirements for tourists visiting Bulgaria or Bulgarian citizens going aboard. However, being taken aside and asked to stand behind the security perimeter and missing your flight is no laughing matter. PaylessBG.com will disprove some of these rumors and explain what the passport requirements are if you travel to/from Bulgaria.
09.09.2010 read more
Tired of your toddler’s tears at the airport when the gate is at one end of the terminal and you are at the other and they have to walk? Well, the Trunki may be the answer.
17.07.2010 read more
Back in the days, child fares were something quite common for most airlines. However, nowadays fewer and fewer airlines offer discounts for children and even if they do- there are certain conditions which need to be taken into consideration.
09.06.2010 read more
Travelling is Now Easy with TripIt
Nowadays, despite all the websites available to travelers for online bookings, reservations and so on, there are still a lot of details to deal with- details that can often turn the most pleasant journey into a nightmare.
05.06.2010 read more
How to save on airline tickets
Now is the time of the year when people start booking their summer travel. For the last few weeks you have been checking fares and you come across a fare that is decent, but not great. You are not sure what to do.
13.01.2010 read more
Swine Flu and Travel Plans
Because the situation with the H1N1 virus, commonly called swine flu, is fluid, travelers need as much information as possible before making travel decisions. Here's what you need to consider as you make or rearrange travel plans.
02.05.2009 read more
Bulgarian Education and Culture, and Slavonic Literature Day
In Bulgaria it is celebrated on May 24 and is known as the "Bulgarian Education and Culture, and Slavonic Literature Day" 23.05.2013, Author:
1st of March
On the first day of March and few days afterwards, Bulgarians exchange and wear white and red tassels or small dolls called "Пижо и Пенда" (Pizho and Penda). In Bulgarian folklore the name Baba Marta (in Bulgarian баба Марта meaning Grandma March) is related to a grumpy old lady whose mood swings change very rapidly.28.02.2013, Author:
In Smolyan functions a unique facility - the Planetarium. The building has beautiful and original architecture. It is equipped with modern equipment. Next to it was built a small observatory, equipped with several telescopes. The largest of them has a diameter of 15 cm and with it in the clear sky, visitors can observe the Sun.29.06.2012, Author:
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