Transport company “Inercars.Bg” Ltd. is engaged for more than 20 years of international and domestic tourist passenger services. We have a license № 0010 of the European Community for passenger buses and we offer rental of coaches. All our vehicles are licensed and categorized according to international tourist classification – IRU – The International Road Transport Union.
High level of services
You looking for security in transport services? Intercars BG gives you everything you need. Our garage base, combined with the experienced team of professionals – drivers and mechanics – ensures the high level of our services. Our buses are modern and reliable, and hygiene and their technical condition are impeccable.
Cheerful and smiling drivers
We take care not only for your safety and comfort, but also for your good mood. Our drivers are bright and smiling and in their company your journey passes imperceptibly.
Equipment and facilities
Our buses are equipped with a toilet, mini-bar stocked with soft drinks and beer, mineral water, coffee and tea, TVs, DVD movies and with current international music.
Comfortable and safe journey
We provide you with a comfortable and safe journey. We believe that our customers deserve the best and we provide it through our specialized transportation services.
Why choose Intercars BG?
Vehicles in impeccable technical condition
Buses with high-end equipment and WiFi
Drivers with over 20 years of experience in the country and Europe
Individual offers with flexible and clear terms
Express provision of a quote
Intercars.BG over the years
How have the last 30 years been
Since 1993, the transport company “Intercars.Bg” EOOD has been carrying out international and domestic tourist transportation of passengers. The company holds license No. 0010 of the European Community for the transport of passengers and rents out buses.
Photo from a trip to the Netherlands, 1994.
Снимка от екскурзия до Холандия, 1994 г.
The buses of “Intercars.Bg” in front of the temple-monument “St. Alexander Nevsky”, serving foreign tourists in 1996.