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"Property Yes Yes"
is a real estate company in Varna, Bulgaria, starting in July 2013. We give a new look to the real estate business, as we strive to be different, investing exceptional professional, personal approach and respect for each client. Special regard will find only here!

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About Varna

Today Varna is one of the most dynamically developing regions of the country in terms of both economical and social respect. It is a large port city - main port for both naval and commercial shipment. It is also a large industrial, scientific, and cultural centre of Bulgaria. The city is international, therefore, it has higher business activity and enjoys great potential, including joining the European Union expected in 2007. Currently the population is estimated to be approximately 360 thousand people.

The city is surrounded by numerous gardens, wineries, and broadleaf boskets. Virtually all the territory is occupied by private country houses and small farms. Varna also represents a world-known tourist centre, which was proclaimed a seaside resort back in 1926; it enjoys great popularity among both the local residents of Bulgaria, and the tourists. The city is international, therefore, it has high business activity and enjoys great potential, including joining the European Union expected in 2007. Currently the population is estimated to be approximately 360 thousand people. Local people also call Varna “the Black Sea pearl of Bulgaria”. The beaches of Varna stretch for over 10 km. Each year the most famous Bulgarian resorts - St. Konstantin and Elena, the Golden Sands, and Albena - welcome around 100 thousands of Bulgarian people and around 60 thousands of foreign tourists.

50 thousand foreigners have their short business trips to Varna each year. In August every 10 seconds a car runs along the Sofia-Varna Highway; it proves quite considerable popularity of Varna as a tourist destination. During the summer season, railway station of Varna provides services to some 40 thousand passengers with trains going in all the directions; every day the international airport offers its services to 3,500 passengers. Busy highways and roads make one’s trip to Varna quick, easy, and convenient. Varna is one of the most important transport hubs of the South-Eastern Europe. Seagoing ferries connect the city with Georgia, Ukraine, Turkey, and other countries.

One of the city's places of interests is a dolphinarium; it is the only facility of the kind on the Balkan Peninsula. In the Primorskiy Park the greatness of old trees and wide pedestrian alleys is favourably combined with cosy restaurants, bars, and disco clubs located at the very seaside; it turns the park into a very attractive and unique centre of entertainment for youngsters and the tourists.

The climate of Varna is warm, with 4 seasons vividly present; the warm period is relatively long; average summer temperature is + 26° vast beaches, sea breeze, and clean air.

Varna Airport

About Bulgaria

Bulgaria - the oldest European country, the development of which has repeatedly intersects with the history of world civilization.
This state, with its convenient geographical position, with well-developed tourist infrastructure and extreme hospitality has every reason to be desired in terms of accommodation and travel through its territory.
Bulgaria is located in the Balkans. Has quite a long liniyuna Black Sea coast, throughout which there are beautiful beaches, natural bays and beautiful scenery.
Every year thousands of tourists flock to Bulgaria, not only in the summer wanting to relax in the resorts of Bulgaria, and in the winter to ski, but also to get acquainted with the culture and traditions of the people of this beautiful country as well as in cultural and historical centers of the Balkans. The tourists enjoy various opportunities for climate and balneo-treatment, yachting, surfing, water skiing, diving, underwater fishing, other aquatic sports and diverse types of entertainment.
Recent years have been characterized by rapid economic growth. At the moment, Bulgaria remains the lowest prices across the EU, but gradually the standard of living in this country begins to rise - it is expected that the prices will go up. This factor provides a constant interest of foreign investors in the country.

Total area: 110,994 kilometres

Capital: Sofia

Population: The population of Bulgaria is 7,364,570 people. Bulgarians are the main ethnic group and comprise 84.8 per cent of the population. Also live Turks, Gypsies, Russian, Ukrainians, Greeks and Armenians.

Language: Official language- Bulgarian. In Bulgaria, the majority of the population speaks Russian well.

Religion: Orthodox (85%), Muslim (8%), others (7%)

Politics: Bulgaria is a parliamentary democracy in which the most powerful executive position is that of prime minister. Political parties gather in the National Assembly, which consists of 240 deputies elected to four-year terms by direct popular vote.

Geography: Bulgaria occupies a portion of the eastern Balkan peninsula, bordering five countries—Greece and Turkey to the south, Macedonia and Serbia to the west, and Romania to the north. The Balkan mountains run laterally through the middle of the country. The mountainous southwest of the country has two alpine ranges- Rila and Pirin, which border the lower but more extensive Rhodope Mountains to the east. Bulgaria is home to the highest point of the Balkan peninsula, Musala, at 2,925 metres (9,596 ft) and its lowest point is sea level. Plains occupy about one-third of the territory, while plateaus and hills occupy 41 per cent. The country has a dense network of about 540 rivers, most of which are relatively small and with low water levels. The longest river located solely in Bulgarian territory, the Iskar, has a length of 368 kilometres (229 mi). Other major rivers include the Struma and the Maritsa in the south.

Climate: Bulgaria has a dynamic climate, which results from its being positioned at the meeting point of Mediterranean and continental air masses and the barrier effect of its mountains. Northern Bulgaria averages 1°C cooler and registers 200 millimetres (7.9 in) more annually than the regions south of the Balkan mountains. Temperature amplitudes vary significantly in different areas. The lowest recorded temperature is −38.3 °C (−36.9 °F), while the highest is 45.2 °C (113.4 °F).Precipitation averages about 630 millimetres (24.8 in) per year, and varies from 500 millimetres (19.7 in) in Dobrudja to more than 2,500 millimetres (98.4 in) in the mountains. Continental air masses bring significant amounts of snowfall during winter.

Major cities: Sofia, Varna, Burgas, Plovdiv, Veliko Tarnovo, Pleven, Stara Zagora

Popular resorts:

Summer Resorts: Albena, Ahtopol, Balchik, Dyuni, Elenite, Golden Sands, Kiten, Lozenets, Nessebar, Obzor, Pomorie, Primorsko, Riviera, Rusalka, Sinemorets, Sozopol, St. Constantine, St. Vlas, Sunny Beach, Tsarevo
Winter resorts: Bansko, Chepelare, Borovetz, Pamporovo, Vitosha
Spa tourism: Velingrad, Hisarya, Sandanski, Blagoevgrad, Kyustendil, Bankya, Pavel Banya


One of the reasons why in Bulgaria?

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