Some 1,400 Bulgarian students will be able to find summer jobs in the hotel and restaurant business under the European internships and traineeships program.
The forecast of some 340 000 Bulgarians travelling across the country and around 140 000 Bulgarians going abroad for the six-day holiday around St. George's day has proven accurate.
The Bulgarian State Railways (BDZ) will put out 170 additional carriages on 139 trains for the upcoming six-day holidays.
In March 2014, the number of trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 313.4 thousand or by 1.5% above the registered in March 2013.
Bulgaria's seaside resort Sunny Beach is again the cheapest beach resort for Brits, shows a survey of the British daily Telegraph and Post Office's Holiday Costs Barometer.
Undersea tourism routes will connect Bulgaria's Kaliakra to Romania's Constanta under the Heras project, according to Prof.
The Union of hotel owners in Sunny Beach demands that the state introduces fines for balconing.
The Greek railway company OSE restores the passenger trains between Sofia and Thessaloniki from May 10, reports Bulgaria's public broadcaster BNR.
The northern part of Bulgaria's Black Sea coast was once again preferred by Romanian tourists for their Easter holiday.
A direct flight connecting Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Varna and Istanbul in just 45 minutes, will be launched in May.
More than 500,000 Bulgarians are expected to travel for the Easter holidays, as the busiest highways will be those to Greece.
Vacations in Bulgaria are still most preferred by Romanians, writes the Romanian daily Adevarul.
An analysis of the impact of climate change in Bulgaria predicts a lengthened summer season and a serious threat to winter tourism.
Bulgaria's tourist business does not expect significant influx of visitors for Easter, as traditionally, most Bulgarians prefer to spend the holiday at home.
Israeli citizens prefer to spend the Passover festival in Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, according to Turkish tour operators, Bulgarian National Radio reported.
Total revenues of Bulgarian hotels reached BGN 33.9M in Feb 2014, or by 11.1% more compared to February 2013, according to data released by the National Statistical Institute.
The Bulgarian hotel and restaurant owners at the coast are worried by the shortage of staff this summer, reports Focus agency.
Bulgaria's ski resort Dobrinishte sees a tourist influx reporting over 90% of hotel occupancy rates during the Easter holidays.
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