The so-called "no name" offers are lowering prices of summer vacations on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, alarmed travel agents inform.
The Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (BULATSA) and construction company Glavbolgarstroy have signed a contract for the preliminary design and construction of a new control tower at Sofia Airport.
Data from the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute (NSI) is confirming the various reports that Bulgaria's tourism sector is enjoying a very strong summer season in 2011.
Sofia Airport registered a monthly slowdown in passenger traffic growth in July.
A map with little-known yet interesting places to visit in Sofia will be presented Wednesday to Sofia municipal councilors and the business sector.
Associations of hotel owners in Bulgarian Black Sea resorts have set about compiling a blacklist of tour operators bringing holidaymakers to Bulgaria on alcohol tourism.
The Balchik palace complex in the northern Black Sea coast of Bulgaria is marking during summer 2011 a peak of weddings of couples from all over the world.
Bulgaria's 2010 summer tourist season will most likely end up being the most successful in terms of revenues in the past ten years, various data indicates.
Bulgaria's largest summer resort Sunny Beach, which has recently made headlines with binging sprees, alcohol-related accidents, crime and prostitution has ousted Mallorca in the hearts of young Germans.
The new version of the national tourism portal of the Bulgarian government www.bulgariatravel.org is said to be ready in a month.
Hotel owners in Bulgaria's largest and most popular summer resort Sunny Beach are mulling having a curfew to diminish groups of drunken tourists roaming the resort at night.
According to estimates, 6.6 M tourists will have visited the Bulgarian Black Sea by the end of the season in August.
Fraport Twin Star Airport Management, concessionaire of Varna Airport, and construction company Max B?gl Bauunternehmung have signed a contract for a runway overhaul at the airport in the Black Sea City.
Bulgaria features on the top 10 of destinations for adventure tourism among developing countries, a survey of George Washington University in Washington DC has found.
An Austrian teenager has fallen from the 7th floor of hotel "Mimoza" in Bulgaria's summer resort "Golden Sands."
The inflow of Russian tourists into Bulgaria for the first 5 months of 2011 has increased with 23% with respect to the same period 2010.
The Bulgarian city of Vratsa announced Tuesday the project of constructing a BGN 5.3 M recreational part in the Ledenika Cave.
Trips of Bulgarians abroad came in at 328.8 thousand in June 2011, registering a 3.8% increase on the year, according to the country's National Statistical Institute.
Russian travel agencies have canceled reservations for Russian children's vacations on the Black Sea coast, according to Dimitar Dimitrov, Chair of the Association of Hotel and Restaurant Owners for NE Bulgaria.
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