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New magazine promotes Black Sea tourism in ten countries

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A new magazine shows the opportunities for tourism offered by seven Black Sea countries. 18 tourist sites with funding from the joint EU operational program "Black Sea Basin 2014-2020" are presented.

Bulgaria advertises services such as a boat trip from Nessebar to Bourgas and the island of St. Ivan, visits to the historic sites of "Pobitite Kamani", the Roman Baths near Varna and a newly built tourist trail to the chapel of "St. Marina" near Sozopol.

The newsletter will be distributed on Internet platforms and social networks in Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.

The magazine can be downloaded here.


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