The number of trips Bulgarian traveled abroad in September decreased by 21,4%, year-on-year, data from the National Statistics Institute (NSI) has showed.
Bansko, Bulgaria's biggest ski resort, is the second-cheapest resort for British skiers in the world, according to new research by the Post Office.
Bulgaria is an honored guest at this year's edition of the international tourist trade fair "Tour Salon" in Poznan, Poland, the Bulgarian Economy Ministry has announced.
Bulgaria will introduce a flat 9% value-added tax (VAT) in the tourism sector as of the beginning of April next year under amendments that parliament adopted at first reading on Thursday.
Bulgaria's Economy Ministry is planning to present the country as a destination at the Romanian Tourism Fair 2010.
Bulgaria's Construction Supervision Directorate has moved to shut down at least temporarily Marina Dinevi, the Black Sea yacht port of tycoons Yordan Dinev and Dinko Dinev, located in the Sveti Vlas resort.
The town council of Bulgaria's Black Sea resort Nessebar has effectively saved its UNESCO-recognized Old Town from destruction over the construction of a dolphinarium.
Bulgaria is expecting a 2-3% growth of the economy during the winter tourist season, Deputy Economy Minister, Ivo Marinov, has announced.
The Managing Board of the Bulgarian Black Sea Sunny Beach resort has announced it will begin taking down illegal commercial outlets.
Romania's income from foreign tourism is four times smaller than Bulgaria's, Romanian newspaper Ziarul Financiar reports.
Alternative tourism is the only way to make Bulgaria a year-round tourist destination and attract visitors outside the active summer and winter season, expert Stoyan Mihaylov, says.
Greek merchants and businessmen are flocking to Bulgarian language classes, the Bulgarian National Radio, BNR, reports Saturday.
Bulgaria's Nessebar Municipality has moved to terminate a scandalous deal for the construction of a dolphinarium that would have destroyed much of its UNESCO-protected Old Town.
The trips of Bulgarians abroad in August have been 380 000, which is 30% less than August of last year, the National Statistics Institute announced Monday.
Bulgaria's government will introduce a flat 9% value-added tax (VAT) in the tourism sector, not 14% as initially planned, as of the beginning of April next year, a deputy economy minister has announced.
Bulgaria will advertise its culture and historical heritage with video clips and films, will start issuing licenses to tour guides while the cabinet will invest in the infrastructure of the tourist sites.
Bulgaria's northern Black Sea resort welcomed 156 000 foreign tourists in May-August, 2010.
The Bulgarian Economy Ministry is launching an advertising project worth BGN 8 M, which aims at achieving a 3% growth of the revenues from tourists coming from Germany, UK and Russia.
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