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How to drive in Bulgaria?
The best way to drive in Bulgaria is to navigate with Bulgarian map. But finding Bulgarian map is a hard job. There are couples of paper Bulgarian maps published. The first bad thing about them is that they are made from paper, which is easy to tear. Bulgarian map made from material that is hard to tear does not exist so far. In fact the paper Bulgarian map is not very accurate, because it is not very up to date. Better choice is the online Bulgarian map. There are couples of good companies that are developing digital Bulgarian maps so you can use them on your PC, or laptop. The biggest company is very popular at the moment. They have online Bulgarian map it is very up to date, very accurate. The Bulgarian map offer from this company can even point you to direct address. And this is not everything. They are developing right now Bulgarian map for Pocket PC, so you can use Bluetooth GPS with your Bulgarian map. Very good, but also expensive. They sell the Bulgarian map separate from the database with the addresses, so you have to pay two times for fully working Bulgarian map.
ERTICO Partner Navteq has released its first Bulgarian map of road network. The Bulgarian map is available to Navteq’s direct customers with the Q2 2005 version of the company’s database and all subsequent releases.

To create a digital
Bulgarian map of major roads, Navteq notes that its field researchers recorded some 5,300 kilometres of motorway and main connector roads. The new Bulgarian map database now connects Bulgaria’s 29 major cities with 25,000 inhabitants or more including its capital Sofia, Burgas, Pleven, Ruse, Sliven, Stara, Zagora, Varna and Veliko Tarnovo.
Over 500 points of interest (POI) in a wide variety of categories give digital bulgarian map data users important location information. For example, the database contains information on petrol stations, service areas, car parks, border crossings, international airports, historic monuments, national parks, hotels and restaurants. In addition, 26 POIs of national importance, such as the country’s famous cloister Rilskijat Manastir, have been included.
Navteq notes that the Bulgarian offering is part of its aggressive digital mapping effort targeting the Eastern European road network, for which it already supplies map material for the following countries: Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Greece and Hungary.

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