Bulgaria's Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister, Milen Keremedchiev, announced Monday that 100 000 Russians have been given tourists since the beginning of 2009.
After the end of the second phase of the New 7 Wonders ranking Bulgaria's Belogradchik Rocks are in fourth place in the category "Caves, Rock Formations, and Valleys".
The voting in the second phase of the New 7 Wonders ranking, where Bulgaria's Belogradchik Rocks are one of the contenders, closes at midnight on July 7.
The Bulgarian state tourist agency has reported that BGN 1 M will be spent to promote Bulgaria's Black Sea Resorts in 2009.
Air Moldova opens July 4 a regular flight between the capital Chisinau and the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna.
Bulgarian emergency teams have helped four foreign tourists in a total of three accidents in the last 24 hours.
127 children from Bulgaria, Poland, Russia, and the Ukraine have gotten food poising in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Sveti Vlas.
The Bulgarian company "Albena" Jsc has decided to freeze its investment program for the rest of 2009 over the effects of the global financial crisis.
The number of trips of Bulgarians abroad continues to decrease, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (NSI).
The number of Romanians spending their holidays in Bulgaria has increased by 5-10% since the beginning of 2009 compared to 2008.
The number of tourists staying at Bulgaria's Black Sea resort of Albena in June 2009 is 10% smaller than their number in the same month of 2008.
Hotel construction is destroying incredibly precious archaeological sites in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Sozopol.
The first yacht port on the Danube River will be constructed as a result of a trans-border cooperation project between Bulgarian and Romanian local authorities.
The number of Romanian tourists visiting Bulgaria increased by 80% in the first four months of 2009 compared to the same period of 2008.
Bulgaria sees a decrease in the number of tourists from the UK and Russia because a large number of Brits and Russians come to the country as home owners rather than as tourists.
Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, turned Monday the first sod of the new tourist center at the ancient Thracian city of Perperikon.
Bulgaria and especially its Black Sea coast resorts are set to benefit from the ban of casinos in Russia as the country is expected to attract thousands of Russian gamblers.
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