We live in the UK. Next summer we're planning a long-ish (2 months long) trip to Georgia - family visit. Flying with three children (especially small) is doable, but not the best thing ever, plus tickets for summer peak time for the whole family become prohibitively expensive (easily in the region of £3000 or more).
As we do have plenty of time, we're considering a long road trip. While it may cost about the same, we'll do a lot of sight seeing on the way. From UK through EU is easy, however past that there are a few options. While the shortest drive/ferry route would be via Ukraine (to Kerch and then ferry to Batumi), I prefer to go further south and drive through Turkey.
We are all UK citizens, so will need visas for Turkey, which is usually issued at the port of arrival (I've obtained it in various Turkish airports in the past). I'm not sure whether we can get double-entry visas to account for the return trip. As far as I can track it, Turkey is the only country that would require visas.
Does anybody know what the process would be for crossing Bulgaria-Turkey border in a EU-registered car?