Accommodation and Travel
To book you accommodation, you can use Kuoni Congress, the official housing agency for SERGS 2018 Annual Meeting.
We are glad to introduce you to our new and unique on-line tool which allows you to book search through wide variety of hotel offers.
Rooms are offered at competitive rates and under varied cancellation conditions.
Payment can be easily done on-line by credit/debit card.
The city is well organized and connected in terms of public transportation with various tram, bus, trolley and mini bus lines.
It has also two interconnected metro lines, serving 35 stations, with a total route length of 40 km, and a third metro line, which is under construction on its way to be put in exploitation by 2019. The metro connects the Sofia Airport’s Terminal 2 to the city center and any other parts of the capital. The journey between airport and central Sofia takes about 20 minutes with service provided 05.30-24.00 hours.
Travelling by taxi is another option for transportation in Sofia. However, a guest to the city should bear in mind and catch taxis from reputable companies like OK Supertrans, Yellow Taxi, Green Taxi, and check the rates in advance in order to travel for fixed and fare prices, such as:
- Initial Charge: 0.60 – 0.90 lv. (0.30 – 0.45 EUR)
- Daytime rate per kilometer (6 am – 10 pm): 0.69 – 0.90 lv. (0.35 – 0.45 EUR per km)
- Nighttime rate per kilometer (10 pm – 6 am): 0.70 – 0.99 lv. (0.35 – 0.50 EUR per km)
- Waiting rate: 0.24 lv. per minute (0.12 EUR/min.)
- Call-out charge: 0.90 lv. (0.25 – 0.45 EUR)
Sofia Airport is the main international airport of Bulgaria located 10 km from the city centre. It has two passenger terminals – Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 serves low-cost and charter carriers, while Terminal 2, officially opened in late 2006 and significantly bigger, serves regular international airlines and only one low-cost carrier.
The majority of Europe’s capital cities have direct flights from and to Sofia Airport.
You can find a map of direct flights here.