Last update12:12:22 PM

Back You are here: Home Lifestyle Life

Doctors And Pharmacies In Bulgaria

gelcapsulesNobody likes to think about becoming ill, especially in a foreign country, but when you are emigrating healthcare options should be one of the foremost considerations. If you have an existing medical complaint, or require ongoing medication, it is important to find out whether you can obtain the same medication in Bulgaria.

Read more: Doctors And Pharmacies In Bulgaria

A New Year Summary

Quest has made a spuppiesummary of a few topics that are with us in everyday life in Bulgaria from 2010/2011.

Read more: A New Year Summary

Tips for Learning the Bulgarian language

cyrillicLearning a new language is not always an easy thing to do however, when you relocate to a country that doesn't speak the same language as you, it is vital that you do your best to try to speak a few words at least.There are many ways to go about it, so here are 10 tips to making it all a bit easier!

Read more: Tips for Learning the Bulgarian language

Expat Interview - Debbie Rushton-Popova

expat interview DebbieBritish expat, Debbie Rushton-Popova, has lived in Bulgaria for six years. In her interview with Quest magazine, she tells us all about her life in Bulgaria, how she met her new husband and how she got married in Bulgaria.

Debbie, how long have you lived in Bulgaria?
I came here about six years ago with my ex-partner; we renovated an old farm house together. After the renovation was complete, my ex-partner decided that he wanted to go back to the U.K and I had to decide whether I wanted to go back with him or stay here. I decided to stay here and so I rented a house for a year.

Read more: Expat Interview - Debbie Rushton-Popova

Life of an Expat Casey Angelova

expat CaseyCasey Angelova an American expat shares her insights on life and everyday living in Bulgaria with QuestBG.

Read more: Life of an Expat Casey Angelova

Bulgarian Cosmetic Treatments

Bulgarian Cosmetic TreatmentsMany people visit Bulgaria not just for a holiday but,for the purpose of cosmetic treatment and dental work.A flight and accomodation can still prove an inexpensive option for those conscious in todays society obsessed with beauty,looks and perfection.It can often save hundreds of pounds in comparison to treatment in the west,in an ever growing industry.Women in the U.K alone are reported to spend hundreds of pounds on cosmetics,which collectively runs into billions every year.

Read more: Bulgarian Cosmetic Treatments

The Bulgarian Postal Service

bulgarianpostalserviceThe Bulgarian Postal Service (bulgarski Poshti) is the national postal service of Bulgaria.

Read more: The Bulgarian Postal Service

Bulgaria-Cost of Living Guide 2010

COSTOFLIVING2010If you are considering making Bulgaria your permanent home, it’s worth considering how much you will need to set aside each month for living costs.


Read more: Bulgaria-Cost of Living Guide 2010

Water Shortages in Bulgaria

watergardentapWater shortages are not uncommon in Bulgaria. Between the summer heat and constant failures in old pipes, there have been numerous problems, obliging people to ration and rely on the nearest well or spring, where fresh, clean water is available. 

Read more: Water Shortages in Bulgaria

Taking the Test-Learning to Drive in Bulgaria


learningtodrive There has never been a better time to take a driving test in Bulgaria, and whatever your reasons are for learning in Bulgaria, it is important to know the process of getting a license.

Read more: Taking the Test-Learning to Drive in Bulgaria