Where to go/stay economically? From whom to rent a car? What to do/see? What to buy? What to eat?
We are arriving at Sofia Airport in the last week of August 2015 with our TWO CHILDREN, 4 YEARS OLD, and would like to rent a car to go around Buglaria, stay at a few (4 or 5) different places for a few days each time in economical hotel apartment accommodation, going out day trips around the area, before moving on to the next place of stay and would be grateful of advice as to:
THE BEST ROUTE TO TAKE AROUND BULGARIA
and "Where to go/stay economically, from whom to rent a car, where to go, what to buy, what to eat?"
Before we return to the airport to fly back home.
PLEASE LET US KNOW AS SOON AS POSSIBLE as we need to make booking very soon now - we only bought the flight tickets so far.
Thanks a lot!
PS - Would it be good/advisable to cross into Romania too - what to see?
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