Bulgaria has been pronounced the cheapest destination, and a real bargain by a survey made by Post Office travel services.
Bulgaria's National Tourism Board wants about EUR 30-45 M for advertising the Bulgarian tourism per year.
Bulgaria is seen as a destination of average quality according to Bulgaria's main tour operators, who had been meeting to discuss problematic issues for the tourism industry.
The number of foreign tourists in Bulgaria in the first quarter of 2009 declined by 6,6% compared to the same period of 2008.
The number of trips of Bulgarians abroad and foreign trips to Bulgaria continues to decrease, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (NSI).
Hotel and restaurant owners and workers have blocked the Burgas - Varna in protest against the infrastructure problems in Bulgaria's Sunny Beach resort.
German bookings for Bulgaria for the upcoming summer season mark a fall of 20% on average year-upon-year with the drop ranging from 10% -15% to 25%-30% with the different tour operators.
The airports in Bulgaria's Black Sea cities of Varna and Burgas marked an increase in the passengers they processed in the first quarter of this year on an annual base, German firm Fraport, who owns a 35-year concession, said.
Bulgaria's Bansko ski resort had a very satisfying winter season despite the global financial crisis affect on the tourist business.
The Bulgarian State Tourism Agency (STA) is targeting Bulgarian emigrants, aiming to attract them to come on holiday to their home country this summer.
Romania's national tourist board, ANAT, has announced that at least 10 000 Romanians will spend Easter in Bulgaria.
The sixth annual "Cultural Tourism" expo was launched Wednesday in the Bulgarian city of Veliko Tarnovo.
The Bulgarian State will not slate any additional budget funds for state employees' vacations.
Bulgarian tour operators have proposed new half-price holiday packages for public servants in the Bulgarian Black Sea resorts.
Bulgaria has no way to avoid the world crisis in the tourism sector according to the President of Bulgaria's State Agency for Tourism, Aneliya Krushkova.
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