Weather info

While browsing through our website you can take a quick look at what weather might be for the time of your journey. The following summery will give you information about the weather forecast, general weather conditions and climate in Bulgaria.

The country enjoys a generally favorable climate that is one of its best features – there are four seasons.

Winters (December – March) are cold but not bitterly so. In the south and Black Sea coastal regions, Mediterranean influences temper the harsher continental climate of the interior.

Spring (April – June) can be a very changeable season with rapid alternations between warm and cold days. Daily hours of sunshine range from about two in January to as much as ten in midsummer.

Summers (July – August) are typically hot and dry, but rarely oppressive, with moderate relative humidity. Dry summers and mild, humid winters prevails in the valley of the southwestern Rhodope Mountains. The Balkan Mountains are the northern limit of this climatic zone.

Autumns (September – November) are mild and pleasant in Bulgaria. The multi-coloured forests in autumn add to the picturesque landscape. Autumn showers in principle are more frequent than in spring.

Considering its small area Bulgaria has an unusually variable and complex climate. However, it is good practice to also get and check the actual information: