Guest House Fotinov

22 Konstantin Fotinov str., Burgas, 8000, Bulgaria
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am i able to reciving visa on the border or air port ?

by behzad88

i dont have 10 days time for waiting for visa am i able to have a visa on border as iranian ? what about the air port ?
did anyone tried it before ?
[non eu citizen or GB and us ]

Re: am i able to reciving visa on the border or air port ?

by Venelin

I did not understand the part in brackets about UK and US citizenship. Do you mean that you and your travel companion hold an Iranian/UK and Iranian/US dual citizenship? In that case I would suggest that you simply enter as an American and as a Brit.
According to the law of 2005, visas at the border are given out only in exceptional circumstances. For airports, this only means airport transfer when your second flight is to your country of origin and you "did not have the opportunity to apply for a visa beforehand", for example because of no Bulgarian embassy where you live. For land borders you can only be given a short-term transit visa if you can prove that you're on your way to your home country and, again, cannot get a visa at home. The fees for a visa at the border are twice as high as the usual ones.

I would say that in 99% of the cases, you won't be able to get a visa at the border. Use Google Translate to read this document, I could not find its English version.

Hope this helps

Re: am i able to reciving visa on the border or air port ?

by Beausoleil

I think he means he is not a citizen of the EU, GB or US. Perhaps he will clarify.

For translations, highlight the text you want translated (or it will translate the entire web site), right click and scroll down the menu that appears to "Translate with Bing" to get a fairly decent translation. It's not great but it gives you an idea of what is being said.

Travel Tips for Burgas

Church of Sts. Cyril & Methodius

by Teo72

Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church built in 1894-1895 (architect Toscani). Celebrating Easter in Burgas (and anywhere in Bulgaria) is a great experience, even for those who are not very religious.
Usually, the square in front of this particular church starts filling up with people an hour or so before midnight on Saturday. After the service and ritual lighting of candles you can see hundreds of people walking home with lit candles. Almost like a festival of lights.

Getting The Snow Cleared The Cheap Way

by johngayton

I noticed in Varna that clearing the pavements of snow seemed mainly to be left to the individual businesses with some desultory assistance from the municipal street cleaners.

Here in Burgas the job was getting done by prisoners from the local jail under the watchful eye of a couple of burly policemen. I assume that for the cons it was probably a welcome day out from the jail's confines and they certainly went about the task with enthusiasm.

Bulgarian baywatch

by CliffClaven

People-watching can be a pleasant way of idling away a couple of hours in any country. But somehow, when you get down to the beach near Burgas, the hours seem to stretch into whole mornings or afternoons or even days. But old Cliffie is always ready to make sacrifices in his international study of 'la condition humaine'.

Burgas Private University

by ChristinaNest

This is the new building of the university, it was built in 2004. It's on San Stefano Blvd right at the beginning of the main Alexandrovska St. Before the university was housed in the big white building at Troikata Square, right next to the Monument, initially the Communist Party hdqs, now the court house.


by SoulFisher

Burgas was my first encounter with Bulgaria in 2007. Alfter being on a plane for 5 hours which had taken off late and flew all the way through Southern Europe, I landed at Burgas airport.

Before landing, I saw from the plane the Black Sea for my first time.

I was surprised with the warm and humid weather of Burgas as well as the tranquility of its people. I went around and found a cozy hotel to sleep the first night and a private room for the following two. Calm people and no hostility. Perfect.
Many people speak foreign languages here (oddly unlike in touristy Nesebur). In the Summer many Bulgarian emigrants come here on holidays and are keen to help.
Unfortunately there's not too much to see in Burgas. It's just a normal town with some pretty Balkanic buildings in the center and the usual grey apartment ones in the outskirts. Its beach is polluted. Burgas is quite green though.

However I have the impression that Burgas is the best appetizer for anyone who visits Bulgaria for the first time. It tastes well and does increase the appetite for the main course: the rest of Bulgaria.

In the following year, I passed through Burgas again.


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