In an article published in The Guardian on Sunday, Kate Eshelby argues that there is much more to Bulgaria than the cheap beach and ski holiday packages the country is best known to foreign tourists.
Eshelby takes the readers on a trip to north central Bulgaria, drawing attention to the less known parts of the country, which are charming for their mountainous scenery, monasteries, cuisine and traditions.
The capital Sofia, a city possessing multiple layers of history, ranging from its ancient Roman ruins to its gold-domed Eastern Orthodox churches and Stalinist architecture, is the starting point of the trip....
Tourism is important but it is not primary creation of material wealth..and without industry there will be no education no science no healthcare etch..yeas Prague is gaining money from tourism but they preserved their industry and because of that they preserved their population inside their country.. look at their industry they continue to make planes and etch..
You have your tongue in cheek or are you serious?
I said it 15 years ago and repeat it today;
Tourism money is almost "free" money and is the one thing that is needed to create economic balance in Bulgaria.
Without tourism almost all European countries would be in trouble (except maybe Germany).
Why do you think the Brits keep the Queen around? Tourism
Why are Paris and Prague kept as they are? You got it, Tourism and all the money tourist spend
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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