The US hotel chain Marriott is entering the Balkan market with its first, 180-room, hotel in the Macedonian capital Skopje to open doors in 2013.
During the traditional months for winter tourism in Bulgaria, January and February, the industry had registered a 3.2% growth compared to the same period of 2009.
Bulgarian sailing boat Kaliakra has set off to the Greek port of Volos, which is the starting point of the 2010 Historical Seas Tall Ships Regatta, which will also include Bulgaria's largest port Varna.
All construction in resorts near Bulgaria's Black sea capital Varna is banned, beginning May 15, over the opening of the summer season.
The Bulgarian State finally succeed to replace the Managing Board of the country's largest beach resort "Sunny Beach" after a 9-year rule of the minority shareholders.
The wrangle over the ownership of the botanical garden in the coastal town of Balchik is back with a vengeance, it emerged on Tuesday.
The new top tourist attraction of the Bulgarian capital Sofia will be a model of the four religious temples in its very downtwon, according to the city's Chief Architect Petar Dikov.
A "Guide for Attracting Bulgarian Tourists" was released Monday by the Ministry of Economy, Energy, and Tourism.
German high school seniors opened Monday the summer season at Bulgaria's largest sea resort Sunny Beach.
Europe's tourism sector has suffered losses worth EUR 1 B due to travel disruptions caused by the high-altitude ash billowing from an erupting Icelandic volcano, show preliminary estimates by the European Commission..
The Bulgarian government forecasts a 5% increase in the number of foreign tourists in 2010, according to Economy Minister Traicho Traikov.
There's been a 27,9% drop in the number of Bulgarian tourists abroad for March 2010 year-on-year, shows data by Bulgaria's National Statistical Institute.
The Bulgarian Ministry refused to amend the new visa waver procedures for Russian tourist during discussions with representatives of the Bulgarian tourist associations.
Bulgaria's largest tourist associations will meet Tuesday with officials of the Bulgarian Interior Ministry to discuss new visa waiver procedures for Russian tourists.
The Bulgarian Tourism Chamber firmly opposes the changes in the requirements to issue visas to Russian citizens, made just before the beginning of the summer season.
Construction works in Bulgaria's Black Sea summer destinations near the coastal city of Varna will be terminated as of the middle of next month when the new season sets in.
Bulgarian and Greek municipalities have come together to offer joint tourist tours of the Rhodope Mountains.
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