Bulgaria's Economy Ministry expects a 4% increase of number of Russian tourists in 2014, said deputy economy minister Branimir Botev, quoted by the Cherno More agency.
The most popular tourist destinations among EU citizens are Spain, France and Italy, according to a new report on the travels of Europeans in 2012.
More and more Bulgarian tourists choose the Serbian capital Belgrade for short holidays or the so-called city breaks.
Bulgaria's Black Sea town of Kiten is the most affordable resort in Bulgaria, according to a survey of the search site trivago.
The first group of six Romanian police officers will arrive in Bulgaria on Tuesday to assist the Romanian tourists in the Bulgarian resorts.
In the next 10 years Bulgaria's SPA and rehabilitation centers expect between 3 and 5 M elderly European tourists, said Dimitar Blagov of the Medical Tourism cluster.
A total of three airlines will have direct flights from Sofia Airport to Barcelona during the summer season, Sofia airport announced.
Bulgaria's Deputy Economy Minister Branimir Botev has met with Russian journalists and informed them of the situation in Bulgarian resorts after last week's devastating floods.
The picturesque Rhodope village Momchilovtsi was included in the 100 National Tourist Sites List of the Bulgarian Tourist Union (BTU), reports news.
The Bulgarian Association of Travel Agents (BATA) has informed that the situation at the Black Sea resorts after the heavy rain is normal.
Sixty percent of Bulgarians haven't travelled for vacation last year, shows a survey of the Economy Ministry.
Economy and Energy Ministry will launch an advertising campaign to promote year-round local tourism to Bulgarians.
Ancient Bulgarian Black Sea town of Nesebar has been named one of the top 10 greatest tourist destination in the Balkans.
The Economy Ministry together with the Sofia University will take part in a research concerning cruise tourism opportunities along the Bulgarian stretch of Danube river.
Food Safety Regional Directorates in Dobrich, Varna and Burgas have launched a number of inspections in Bulgaria's Black Sea resorts with regards to the summer tourist season.
Bulgaria's State Railways will introduce a 20-day pre-sale of train tickets to the Black Sea cities of Varna and Burgas for the summer season.
A total of 45% or 83 out of the 193 beaches at Bulgaria's Black Sea coast will be left unguarded this summer, the Regional Development Ministry reported.
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