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Private Transfer Burgas to Plovdiv

Taxi Burgas - Plovdiv Need inexpensive and convenient transportation in Bulgaria? The best choice is to book a taxi from Burgas to Plovdiv.

Plovdiv – Burgas Taxi prices are fixed, which means that the driver will charge you exactly as much as was stated when ordering. If you book a taxi from Burgas Airport, our driver will be waiting for you with a sign in the airport lounge, help with loading bags and advise on any issues.

Distance: 253km
Est. Transfer time: 3h50m
Price: 125 euro
How to book: Use the booking form below
Vehicle: Spacious sedans, minivans and vans.

Other reasons to book a transfer from Around Buglaria:

  • Cash payment at the end of the transfer
  • Air conditioning and music under your control
  • Safe and comfortable cars
  • Group and private transfers

Burgas-Plovdiv Taxi Rates

From: To: Distance: 4 pers. 5 pers. 8 pers.
Burgas Airport Plovdiv 253 km 125 € 145 € 165 €

Distance: 253 km | Driving time: 3h 50 min | Cities passing: Stara Zagora

How to Book a Transfer from Bourgas to Plovdid


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We will send you an estimate and confirm details


Our driver will meet you at the airport or at your hotel

Book a Transfer to/from Burgas by filling the form below

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    About Plovdid

    Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria, the administrative center of Plovdiv district. It is located in the Upper Thracian Plain, on both banks of the Maritza River. The city population is about 350 thousand people. The climate is transitional continental with mild winters and hot summers.

    The modern city is built around seven hills – the Plovdiv hills, which are an integral part of the history of the city.

    Plovdiv is one of the oldest cities in Europe – dating back to 4000 BC. In the beginning, the ancient settlement was situated on the natural hill between Nebeth, Taksim and Jambaz Tepe (the Three Hills).