Travel guide to Bulgaria after May 1st.
According to the official public statements of the Bulgarian Ministry of Health dated April 27, 2021, starting with May 1, Bulgaria will enter with a vaccination certificate against COVID-19, or with a negative result of a PCR test (maximum 72 hours before travel agent) / antigen (maximum 48 hours before travel), or with a document confirming COVID-19 infection in the last 6 months (15-180 days).
The health document must contain the name and surname of the person, in accordance with the identity document with which he travels, the data of the laboratory that performed the test (this if he travels based on PCR / antigen testing), also translated into English.
Romanian citizens can travel to Bulgaria on the basis of a simple passport, a simple electronic passport, a temporary simple passport or an identity card, within the validity period. Minor Romanian citizens cannot travel to Bulgaria on the basis of a birth certificate.
When traveling to Bulgaria, you need to make sure you have your identity document (passport / identity card); the driving license corresponding to the driven car (where applicable); the registration certificate of the car and the Green Paper, as well as the receipt for the payment of the toll in Bulgaria (electronic vignette). Also, make sure you have enough funds to cover the costs of your stay; have a European health card or health insurance.
If you choose to spend your vacation in one of seaside resorts in Bulgaria (Sunny Beach, Nessebar, Sveti Vlas, Albena, Golden Sands) and travel by car, it must be parked in specially arranged places, for a fee. It is recommended the optional CASCO type insurance for the car.
If you are buying your holiday through a travel agency, it is recommended that you contact the agency to resolve any issues quickly.