The check for BGN 1 M is being presented to the Kardzhali City Hall Friday for the Thracian rock sanctuary Perperikon, which ranked second in the Bulgaria's Miracles contest.
Large tour operators expect a substantial growth of bookings for vacations in Bulgaria by European tourists.
March 9 is to be declared the Day of Bulgaria's Miracles, it was announced during the award ceremony for the winners of the Bulgaria's Miracles contest.
Bulgaria is 48th in terms of travel and tourism competitiveness out of 139 countries, according to a report of the World Economic Forum.
Bulgaria is missing out on huge investments from tourists because of its hampered visa regime with Turkey, according to Turkish experts.
TUI UK faces paying hundreds of thousands pounds in compensation to 138 holidaymakers who fell ill after staying at a Bulgarian hotel.
The Bulgarian Black Sea resort Albena is expecting a 20% increase of German tourists this summer, in comparison to last year.
The Ministry of Economy, Energy, and Tourism has come up with the idea to set up a State Company "Bulgarian Tourism" that would manage Bulgaria's "national marketing and tourist image.
Bulgaria will launch next week its second international promotion campaign as it seeks to be advertised as a year-round tourist destination in Russia and Germany.
Bulgarian Minister on Economy, Energy and Tourism, Traicho Traikov, has stated the expected growth in tourism sector for the 2010/2011 winter season is 5-10%.
Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov, has pledged additional financing in the amount of BGN 10 M for the "10 Miracles of Bulgaria," including sites from the country's historical and cultural heritage.
The effect of the advertising campaign for tourism in Bulgaria, which targets the country's nationals, will be evaluated in June, according to the Deputy Minister on Economy, Energy and Tourism, Ivo Marinov.
Bulgaria's recent outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease has shattered the hunting tourism in the southeastern part of the country because of the adopted restrictive measures.
Bulgaria's capital Sofia has registered a 140 000 decrease in the number of nights spent in hotels in 2010 in comparison with five years ago, according to the city's Municipal Company "Tourist Service", as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency and the D
No state institution appears to be responsible for cleaning the rubble of demolished illegal beachfront properties along Bulgaria's Black Sea coast.
Bulgaria's State Construction Supervision Directorate was sentenced to a fine over its order to shut down the Marina Dinevi yacht port.
The number of trips of Bulgarian s abroad continued to go down in December while the number of foreign visitors to the country is up, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (NSI) released Thursday.
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