The trips of Bulgarians abroad in June have been 316 900, which is 34.
Scores of foreign tourists at Bulgaria's largest Black Sea resort "Sunny Beach" are asking for cancellations and compensations of their vacation stay.
Bulgaria's authorities are going to demolish 750 illegal buildings in the country's largest Black Sea resort Sunny Beach, announced Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
The top-class world hotel brand Hilton will be represented for the first on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast with the opening of the "Doubletree by Hilton Varna" hotel in the Golden Sands resort.
Residents of the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast town of Ahtopol gathered Thursday to block the main road to the town in protest against its poor quality and dilapidated state.
Joint Bulgarian-Romanian police units have started patrolling Bulgaria's top Black Sea resorts Albena and Golden Sands.
The Supreme Administrative Court has upheld a fine imposed by the Bulgarian Competition Protection Commission over a cartel in the spa industry.
Greece is suffering a whopping decrease in Bulgarian tourists bookings after the country was dealt a heavy blow by the global economic crisis and domestic turbulence, local media reports say.
Bulgaria's Supreme Cassation Court has conclusively ruled that the botanical garden in the coastal town of Balchik stays under the control of Sofia University, bringing to an end years of wrangles over its ownership.
The state body for consumer protection said it is starting night-time inspections at restaurants and places of entertainment in seaside resorts for violations of clients' rights.
The Old Town of Bulgaria's famous Black Sea resort town of Nessebar boasts a new night lights view, announced the Nessebar Municipality.
The Greek government has announced it will cover the extra costs for any tourists stranded in the country as a result of industrial action or natural disaster, much to the relief of Bulgarians, who are traditional tourists in the neighboring country.
Bulgaria’s tourism sector must “focus” on attracting more of its “traditional” clients, i.e. German and Russian tourists, according to Georgi Shterev, Chair of the Hotel Owners’ Union in the Golden Sands resort.
The state body for consumer protection said it is starting inspections at hotels, restaurants, and places of entertainment in seaside resorts for violations of clients' rights.
Romania will send police officers on a mission to the Bulgarian seaside for the summer, Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov announced.
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