Bulgarians are increasingly breaking family gathering traditions and booking trips for the Easter holidays.
The Bulgarian touroperators are concerned by the possible drop of number of Ukrainian and Russian tourists this summer.
The summer timetable of the Varna Airport came into effect and the number of flights has increased.
Plovdiv airport saw an 20% increase in number of passengers in the winter charter period, said director Ivan Karnabitov.
By 2020, the number of tourists could grow to 9.5 million, which is more than 2 million more than now, according to Bulgaria's Deputy Minister of Economy Branimir Botev.
Vietnam Airlines is reportedly interested in opening a direct line from Hanoi to Sofia.
Bulgaria ranks second after Georgia as the most preferred destination among Turkish residents, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute data.
Bulgarian pensioners become more frequent visitors to Greek islands for Easter.
The ski season in the Rhodope resort Pamporovo will end around the middle of April, said the head of the Rhodope tourist association Pantelevi Memtsov.
In February 2014, the number of the trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 249.5 thousand or by 1.4% above the registered in February 2013.
Bulgarian Black Sea Association will demand of the state to stop access to “illegal camping sites” along the sea coast, such as Karadere.
A record number of more than 30 thousand tourists have visited Bulgaria's historical capital Veliko Tarnovo on 22 March, the city holiday.
Bulgaria's capital city of Sofia is the most affordable destination for tourists in Europe in March with average prices of BGN 115, according to the Trivago Hotel Price Index.
The number of Ukrainian tourists in Bulgaria has doubled in the last four years, according to the Economy Ministry.
Bulgaria's Government can provide each of Russia's regions with land and construction permits to build resorts for their own use, said deputy economy minister Branimir Botev.
Tourists in Bulgaria's second biggest city Plovdiv increased by 7% in 2013, compared to the previous year, reaching 14,261, data of National Statistical Institute shows.
Blagoy Ragin, Chair of the Bulgarian Hotel and Restaurant Association (BHRA), has rejected claims of an outflow of Ukrainian tourists from Bulgaria.
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