Tourism is a sector of Bulgarian economy which has the potential to contribute to creating jobs.
The number of tourists visiting Bulgaria’s ski resort Pamporovo has increased with over 30% during the current winter season, announced BNR.
Bulgaria is being presented at the international tourism fair Salon Mondial du Tourisme held in Paris between March 16 and March 19, 2017.
Low – cost carrier Wizz Air will launch a new route Slovakia-Bulgaria from June, 30, announced the company.
The Irish low-cost airline ‘’Ryanair’’ will implement their summer program for flight also during the winter of 2017, and the tickets are already on sale from a starting price of EUR 9.
Bulgarian resort Sunny beach again is the cheapest tourist destination in the world, shows the international travel portal Hoppa.
The Black Sea town of Sozopol has received the sixth-best result in the shortlist of the European Best Destinations 2017 ranking.
National statistics have revised downward the former government's figures suggesting more foreign tourists visited Bulgaria in 2016 than the size of its population.
Bulgaria ranked together with Portugal and Japan as one of the most preferred destinations for tourism by the British for 2017, showed a survey of Holiday Barometer carried out by Royal Mail every year.
Low-cost airline Ryanair will perform all its flights from and to Sofia at Terminal 2, news website Dnevnik.
Outgoing Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova is of the opinion that the number of Russian tourists to Bulgaria could increase by 40% in 2017.
Bulgarian destinations have received a huge acclaim in a four-minute video published by a Chinese tourist.
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