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Top Coworking Spaces in Bulgaria

15 EUR /d
Coworking Bansko, Bansko

Coworking Bansko

5/5

A community for people that prefer to work together than to work alone. We are about creating a better place to work and ... More

190 BGN /m
betahaus | Sofia, Sofia

betahaus | Sofia

5/5

betahaus | Sofia is the first coworking space in Bulgaria, one of the largest in the region and part of one of the most s... More

20 BGN /d
SOHO, Sofia

SOHO

5/5

It’s that cozy art coworking space that you’ve been dreaming about while wandering and wondering how to combine your ... More

329 BGN /m
Puzl CowOrKing, Sofia

Puzl CowOrKing

5/5

Puzl CowOrKing is a coworking space, part of Puzl's online/offline coworking platform. It creates communities for busines... More

Recent reviews in Bulgaria

Coworking Bansko has two spaces - quiet and social. Each time you come and co-work, you can choose where ... Show More
Nina Sodin
Coworking Bansko is the only coworking space I can't wait to come back to. Great community, lots of frien... Show More
irina irinapandeva
Everything was brand new inside and lovely. I was the only person there the day I went in, but it was a r... Show More
Kevin Miller
I've been lucky enough to have worked in at least a dozen different coworking places all over the world, ... Show More
Neil Sisson

Bulgaria is no backwater on the digital scene, a Balkan nation with a mountainous interior on the Black Sea coastline, it has a rich heritage and is a melting pot of cultures with Slavic, Ottoman, Persian and Greek influences. Its capital Sofia, dating back to the 5th Century BC, has a vibrant and growing ecosystem of digital and tech entrepreneurs. With a population of approximately 7.4 souls, the majority of the country is urbanized amongst 28 provinces with the commercial and cultural hub being centered in its capital, Sofia.

Sofia is consistently ranked with having one of the fastest Internet speeds and connection reliability in the world. Half of its population play or work on the Internet regularly, with LAN being the most common due to its high speeds and good service. The major ISPs have networks in: Sofia, Burgas, Varna, Sofia, Lovech, Ruse, Blagoevgrad and Veliko Tarnovo. There are no government restrictions on access to the Internet and no censorship or surveillance. The government's law provides for freedom of speech and press and social networks such as Facebook and twitter are extremely popular.

Bulgaria is actually being dubbed as "the hidden startup champion of Europe" in a country where its capital, Sofia, has been listed as one of the top 10 cities to launch a startup. There is no widespread corruption, it has a dynamic ecosystem of digital and tech entrepreneurs happening and the income tax rate of a low 10% make the country very attractive. Bulgaria currently hosts gaming, SAAS, cloud and space startups with companies such as Imperia Online and pCloud to name a few.

From an expats point of view, Bulgaria is the cheapest country in the EU in which to live, you can travel virtually anywhere in Europe at a low cost, there is a growing network of coworking spaces and the low tax rate is the icing on the cake.

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