Bulgaria launches in Germany a new advertising campaign under the slogan “Bulgaria – discover and share”.
6000 Austrian pensioners will come on vacation in Bulgaria's Black Sea resort Sunny Beach (Slanchev Briag) in April and May.
The passenger terminal of the port of Bulgaria's city of Burgas will become a departure and return port of the cruise company Pullmantur Cruise, starting in 2015.
Turkish Airlines is to launch a regular Varna-Istanbul flight as of end-May 2014, according to the press office of Bulgaria's Varna Municipality.
Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Prosecution (SAP) confirmed that there are doubts of construction violations in the Bansko ski resort.
Airports in Bulgaria have handled a record number of almost 7 M international flight passengers in 2013 which is a 4% growth compared to previous year.
Bulgarian Black Sea coast hotel owners have recorded an increase of Romanian tourists 2 months before Easter.
The Bulgarian municipalities of Sandanski, Petrich, and Strumyani will be advertised on Israel's International Tourist Information Exchange.
Bulgaria's Black Sea resort Albena will unveil a new aquapark on July 1.
The new amusement center in Bulgaria's Black Sea coast city of Burgas, will have more than 1100 attractions.
The total revenues from nights spent in accommodation establishments in Bulgaria in December 2013 reached 32.9 million BGN or by 18.5% more compared to December 2012.
Bulgaria will target potential tourists in France, the UK and six more countries in a a tourism advertising campaign, due to get rolled out amid fears of dented arrivals.
Bulgaria's Parliament passed amendments, allowing more bars, restaurants, stands and paid parasols on the beaches.
Bulgaria ranks 23rd in Europe in terms of its tourism brand appeal, overtaking its northern neighbor Romania, according to a study that looked at how people searched the internet.
Bulgaria has received the highest award for best stand at the International Tourism Exhibit in Istanbul, the Ministry of Economy announced Tuesday.
Two of the largest Russian tour operators will enter Bulgaria's summer resorts, in response to the increasing interest in vacations at the Black Sea.
The Bulgarian State Railways (BDZ) is planning to invest BGN 150 M in new train cars, should the deal with its creditors for extending the debt repayment go through this week.
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