Passenger numbers at Bulgaria's three main international airports trebled from 2,2 M in 2000 to over 6,6 million in 2008, before falling by 9% in 2009 to just over 6,0 M travelers.
Balkan Holidays, the low-cost tour operator, has announced a new route from Leeds Bradford Airport to Sofia, Bulgaria for the next winter season.
Tourism developed significantly in Bulgaria during the last years, while in Romania it doesn't really attract foreign investors, German tourism operator TUI manager for Marocco, Romania and Bulgaria Detlev Hohne told Deutsche Welle.
The first group of foreign tourists for the 2010 summer season were welcomed Monday at the airport in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna.
Bulgaria received a special prize at the Fifth Annual Intourmarket (ITM) expo in Moscow, Russia.
Romanians are flocking to the Bulgarian Sea coast for Easter, the Romanian daily "Capital" writes Saturday.
Bulgaria's Deputy Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, Ivo Marinov, traveled to Germany Friday to present Bulgaria as a year-round tourist destination at the International Travel Trade Show, ITB.
Bulgaria's government will shortly approve a new strategy for development of the country's beaches, and will lower the cost of concessions and rentals.
Greek tourism organizations have launched a promotional campaign to attract Bulgarian visitors to the Mount Athos area.
The overwhelming popularity of Turkish soap operas in Bulgaria recently has increased the number of Bulgarians visiting Istanbul, tourist operators say.
The 27th edition of Bulgaria's largest tourist fair, "Holiday/SPA EXPO 2010" is opening on Thursday.
The number of nights spent in hotels in Bulgaria is down and 3 times below the EU average, according to the lasted data published by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
Two years and a half after Bulgaria's controversial mega-resort, dubbed Super Borovets, was given the go-ahead, representatives of the companies involved has denied Reuters agency sensational report that it has been unfrozen.
Bulgaria is to be presented at the International Mediterranean Tourism Market (IMTM) 2010 in Israel's Tel Aviv Tuesday and Wednesday.
The number of visitors to Bulgaria again fell in December 2009, and Bulgarians themselves made 24% fewer visits abroad during the month.
Bulgaria will push its tourism products in a big way at three nternational tourism exhibitions in European countries, which were launched this week.
Bulgaria will present its national pavilion at the ITF "Slovakiatour" International Tourism Exhibition and Fair 2010, where the country will promote itself as a destination for year-round tourism in Slovakia.
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