The outgoing 2013 was among the best years for Bulgaria’s tourism sector.
Greek representatives of an international British company have held talks Saturday with southern Bulgarian city of Smolyan mayor Nikolay Melemov over the construction of a large skiing resort in the region.
The number of tourists who have visited Bulgaria in November has grown with 6.6%, to 149,500 people, with respect to November 2012, according to official statistics.
The conditions for hiking in Bulgaria's alpine mountains remain far from perfect Friday, informs the Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Service.
Bulgaria’s official government residence in Boyana, near capital Sofia has been listed in global reservation systems in an attempt to attract tourists.
The conditions for hiking in Bulgaria's alpine mountains are far from perfect Thursday, informs the Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Service.
Seven projects for developing ski tourism have been submitted with Bulgaria's government, according to Daniela Bobeva, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economic development.
The ski resorts Bansko, Borovets, and Pamporovo are the most popular destinations for Bulgarians for the upcoming New Year celebrations.
Bulgaria is willing to negotiate an optimization of the visa regime with neighboring countries in a bid to attract more Chinese tourists.
Deputy Economy Minister Branimir Botev has suggested that Bulgaria's performance in developing tourism is way above the global average.
Experts from Bulgaria's Forestry Agency have sent a file of signals to the Smolyan regional Prosecutor's Office regarding unwarranted expansion of top winter resort Pamporovo.
The Japanese Travel Channel has made a film about famous sites in Bulgaria's Haskovo region.
Bulgaria's Black Sea Varna Municipality is participating with its own stand at the world's largest tourism exhibition, World Travel Market (WTM) in London.
Bulgaria has so far registered tourism revenues of over EUR 3 B in 2013 and the sector accounts for 13.
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