Google has started collecting images ahead of launching the Google Street View service in the country, it has been announced.
Bulgaria's official tourism portal, bulgariatravel.org, has launched the first of a series of entertaining interactive games aimed at boosting the country's popularity abroad.
Bulgaria's revenues from foreign visitors in winter resorts are down 15% compared to January 2011.
Bulgaria's Minister of Economy, Energy, and Tourism Traicho Traikov is going to participate in the opening of the European Ski Cup contest in the southern mountain resort of Pamporovo, the Economy Ministry announced.
The best racers from 17 countries are set to take part in the European Cup in Bulgaria's top winter resort Pamporovo on February 12-13, 2012.
The Bulgarian government has decided to prepare a new procedure for granting the entire Plovdiv Airport under concession.
There are about 8% more tourists at Bulgaria's top winter resorts, compared to the same time last year.
A large-scale business forum is held Thursday and Friday in the central Bulgarian city and old capital Veliko Tarnovo focusing on ways to attract more Romanian tourists.
The number of Macedonian tourists who visited Bulgaria in December 2011 increased over two-fold compared to the same month of 2010, according to newly published data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
Bulgaria registered an 18.3% increase in the number of nights spent in its hotels in 2011, the second largest increase among EU member states, according to Eurostat's latest data.
The airports in the Black Sea cities of Burgas and Varna, which are currently operated by Fraport Twin Star Airport Management, serviced a total of 3 435 152 passengers and 30 478 flights in 2011.
Bulgaria's capital Sofia together with Czech capital Prague and the Polish city of Krakow has emerged as a primary destination for British couples, according to a car hire company.
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.
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