Bulgaria customs requirements and restrictions
When crossing the state border of the Republic of Bulgaria, passengers may import and export non-commercial goods, in terms of quality, kind and value. These do not include consumption goods and personal belongings.
Tobacco articles (for passengers over 16) - cigarettes - 200 items or other tobacco products - 250 grams. Alcohol (for passengers over 16) - 2 liters of wine, 1 liter of alcoholic beverages; Other beverages: coffee - 500 grams; instant coffee - 200 grams; tea - 100 grams; instant tea - 40 grams; perfumes - 50 ml., toilet water - 250 ml. Passengers under 16 are not allowed to import the above commodities, unless they are medically prescribed.
Passengers over 16 may import duty-free goods, other than those mentioned above, at a total value of 100 USD or the equivalent of this sum in another currency. For passengers under 16, this sum is 50 USD or the equivalent of this sum in another currency.
The personal belongings, needed by passengers for daily use during their stay are considered temporary imports, and are duty and charge free.