Olga Andreevna, who arrived at Burgas Airport on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast Saturday night 22.27 EET from Moscow, turned out to be the airport's 1,500,000th passenger for 2010.
Bulgarians mark the 115th anniversary of organized hiking and tourism in Bulgaria Sunday at the Cherni Vrah summit in the Vitosha mountain nearby capital Sofia.
Hikers will mark the 115th anniversary of organized hiking in Bulgaria this Sunday at the Cherni Vrah summit in the Vitosha mountain nearby capital Sofia.
Bulgaria's Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, Traicho Traikov, and his Deputy for Tourism, Ivo Marinov, are launching officially the national tourism advertising campaign.
Tourism in Bulgaria will be advertised on Euronews, Eurosport, National Geographic Channel and Discovery Channel, officials announced.
The Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Consumers (CPC) has fined a travel agency that has offered trips abroad without having a registration as a tour operator.
The gray economy in the Bulgarian tourism sector is anywhere between 40% and 50%, according to the President of the Bulgarian Tourist Chamber (BTCH), Tsvetan Tonchev.
The Bulgarian Black Sea resort Albena has had 10% more tourists in the summer of 2010, in comparison to last year.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Regional Development announced Tuesday they are releasing the funds to assist local municipalities in developing the tourism sector.
There were about 10% more tourists at the Bulgarian Black Sea coast in July and August in comparison to the same period last year.
Hotel owners in Bulgarian resort Sunny Beach are doing their best to limit electricity consumption without that interfering with their guests.
As of 10 pm Saturday night, the Bulgarian power utility EVN has announced the restoration of the electricity supply for the region north of the Black Sea city of Burgas.
Bulgarian power utility EVN has announced restrictions of the electricity supply for the region north of the Black Sea city of Burgas.
Bulgaria's National Electric Company NEK is relying on “voluntary restrictions” of electricity consumption in order to save some of the country's top Black Sea resorts from power outages and officially scheduled electricity supply cuts.
Failure to implement certain electricity supply restrictions might lead to a grid collapse that could leave Bulgaria's southern Black Sea coast without power for days, including the Sunny Beach resort.
Different parts of Bulgaria's Southern Black Sea coast, including both resort complexes and residential quarters, had restricted electricity supply overnight.
Some 300 000 tourists, mostly foreign, will be affected by electricity supply restrictions introduced Friday night along Bulgaria's Southern Black Sea coast.
Six persons were noticed Thursday playing poker in full garb on Mussala, Bulgaria's highest peak, reports news agency BGNES.
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