In July 2013, the number of arrivals of visitors from abroad to Bulgaria was 1 708.3 thousand which was by 1.5% higher than July 2012.
In about one year, trains travelling between the city of Plovdiv and the Bulgarian-Turkish border will be able to run at 160km/h, according to Transport Minister Danail Papazov.
Bulgaria has EU's fourth largest increase (+4.7%) in the number of nights spent at hotels and similar accommodations, winter season 2012-13 compared with the previous year, according to Eurostat.
Russian tourists, vacationing on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, have sent over 70 complaints to the Commission for Consumers' Protection.
Bulgaria's tourism appears to be benefiting from the ongoing unrest in Egypt, as more and more Russian tourists are choosing it instead of the northern African country, according to media reports.
Last year’s deadly bus bombing in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Burgas will not stop Israeli tourists from coming to the Balkan country, according to Israeli Ambassador in Sofia Shaul Kamisa-Raz.
Pamporovo AD, the concessionaire in Bulgaria's mountain resort of the same name, has requested a permit to expand the ski runs, according to Marian Belyakov, CEO of the company.
Bulgarian business group Chimimport is the likely buyer of the Kempinski Hotel Zografski, the largest 5-star hotel in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
Following a meeting with tourism industry representatives worried by the administrative roadblock in the sector, Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski vowed that a Deputy Minister in charge of Tourism would be appointed next week.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski is meeting tourism industry representatives to discuss the chaos caused by the restructuring in the state body governing the sector.
Bulgaria’s tour operator Balkan Holidays will be launching flights from Southend Airport next year.
Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna has not witnessed a decrease in the number of foreign tourists visiting it despite the ongoing anti-government protests in the city, according to Atanas Atanasov, head of the Union of Bulgarian Tourist Guides.
Bulgaria’s largest tourism associations have proposed Elena Ivanova for chair of the National Tourism Agency.
In May 2013, Sofia Airport serviced a total of 316 975 passengers, up by 1.8% on the year, according to statistics of the company.
Bulgaria's government is expected to spin off the tourism portfolio from the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism into a separate agency.
The Bulgarian Consular Office in the Russian capital Moscow has broken all records in issuing visas to Russian citizens, the Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Ministry reported Tuesday.
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