The first group of 173 foreign tourists for the 2023 summer season arrived on Bulgaria’s southern Black Sea Coast with a regular flight from Warsaw. Traditionally, they were welcomed with a water salute and an official ceremony at Burgas Airport. Charter flights from Polish cities start on April 6. Polish pre-bookings increased with more than 15% year-on-year.
The first Austrian tourists are expected to arrive in Bulgaria on March 27. The first Lithuanian tourists are expected to arrive on March 28. The tourists are to visit Nessebar, Sozopol and St. Anastasia Island. Some of them own properties in Sunny Beach and Sveti Vlas.
The tourism industry in Bulgaria expects a better summer season, compared to 2022, as there are prospects of reaching the levels of the pre-pandemic 2019. Revenues of at least 2.3 million euros are expected in the sector . Judging by..
A motorboat ride on the Danube, watching rare species of birds, visiting uninhabited islands, having a picnic in the wild or simply sunbathing on the beach – Bulgaria’s small town of Nikopol has established itself as a destination for adventure..
The Saints Constantine and Helena is the oldest resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Located 10 km from the center of Varna, the resort is a winning combination of thermal water, sea, sand and a centuries-old park, recreational facilities,..