Bad weather fails to affect tourism growth outlook

Photo: BGNES

In spite of bad weather recently, the Bulgarian tourism industry still retains the outlook of an estimated 5% growth, and for the first six months of the year alone has reported in excess of 3.6 million tourists, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova said.

There is also a trend of improvement in the quality of the tourist product confirmed by the increase in the number of foreign tourists, visiting Bulgaria, the minister also said.
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