The Southern Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas is the country's highest-ranked tourist city, according to Euromonitor International's latest Top City Destinations Ranking.
A total of 12 journalists from leading British media are arriving in Bulgaria on Monday, January 16, as part of the efforts of the Bulgarian government to promote the country as a tourist destination.
Tsvetan Tonchev, Chair of the Bulgarian Tourist Chamber, has described 2011 as a good year for Bulgarian tourism.
Rumen Draganov, Director of the Institute for Analyses and Assessment of Tourism, has suggested that guarantee fund should be set up for cases of Bulgarian tourists left stranded abroad.
A dirt road near the northeastern village of Sreberna has been converted into a beginner ski run.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, believes that warnings from environmentalists NGOs that the amendments to the Forestry Act would facilitate the construction of ski tracks in natural parks are "speculations with people's fears.
Romanian Tourists Sweep Bulgarian Black Sea Resorts for New Year'sThousands of Romanians have chosen to celebrate New Year's Eve at Bulgarian Black Sea resorts, according to hotel owners.
A protest initiative titled Ride 4 Vitosha unofficially opened the 2011/12 ski season at the Vitosha Mountain nearby Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
New Year bookings at Bulgarian winter resorts have plunged dramatically, tour operators say.
The Bulgarian Tourist Chamber has forecast a profitable winter season for the country's ski resorts, according to its chair Tsvetan Tonchev.
One of Bulgaria's top ski resorts – Borovets – has opened its winter season with a unique "Fire&Ice" evening party.
The Commission for Protection of Competition (KZK) has found three tour operators guilty of entering into price-fixing agreements in a public procurement for airline tickets for government officials' work trips.
Flights from Bulgaria's Black Sea airports of Varna and Burgas to the Russian capital Moscow are increasing next summer season.
Bulgaria's Black Sea resort of Golden Sands will be granted EUR 48 M in EU funding for the modernization of its wastewater treatment plant.
Reservations for car rentals in Bulgaria have risen 50% on last year, according to data from British leading online car hire bookings website eRentals.
The number of bookings for Bulgarian winter resorts is registering notable declines on all major source markets, according to Rumen Draganov, head of the Institute for Analysis and Estimates in Tourism.
The top Bulgarian winter resort – Pamporovo is officially launching this weekend the winter season with a ski show.
Tourists on holiday in Bulgarian winter resorts will be able to enjoy enough snow after mid-December, said Valeri Spiridonov, Deputy Director of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.
Bulgaria is no different than the common trend of decline in the number of reservations for winter vacations, according to the Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, Traicho Traikov.
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