Official non-working day in Bulgaria
We would like to inform our clients and partners that 22nd September is a National Holiday in Bulgaria in celebration of the country Independence and 23th September will be an official non-working day.
On this day our offices will be closed. We will be back on Tuesday, 24th September.
Please be advised that during the official holiday the banks, the notary offices and all state institutions will also be closed.
In case you would like to contact us during the holidays you can call our agents listed in each property listing on the website.
If you wish to make an appointment with us or to organize a viewing trip during or after the holidays, feel free to call us or send us an e-mail.
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