Tourism is one of the sectors that has suffered particularly badly from the pandemic. The measures and restrictions introduced in this regard have led to an unprecedented collapse in holiday bookings. The ban on organizing trips in the country and abroad..
Tour operators, travel agents and tour guides from the Future for Tourism Association rallied in front of the parliament building in Sofia. They call for a clear commitment of the government to financial assistance, providing liquidity to companies..
Employers and self-employed from the Transport, Hotel and Restaurant Business and Tourism whose revenues decreased by at least 20% are entitled to financial compensations to the tune of EUR 148 a month to maintain employment. Nearly 22,000 people..
According to the head of the Institute for Analyzes and Assessments in Tourism, Rumen Draganov, this summer, the decline of the number of tourists in this country equals to about 100 thousand people, but "figures in tourism always show that after..
We have been making great efforts to promote the "Bulgaria"brand. This is what Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva said at a press conference, taking into account the results of the Mission Bulgaria project. Over..
In the coming summer season, Bulgaria expects more than 5% growth in the number of foreign tourists in comparison to the summer season of 2017. The rise would strengthen the current trend of development. In the past summer the number of foreign reached..
Bulgarian Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova has left for a two-day working visit to Washington. During her visit, the Minister would hold talks with representatives of the administration, local businesses and leading tour operators in the United..
The NSI has reported that in October the number of visits of Bulgarians abroad and of foreigners to Bulgaria continued to grow. The trips of Bulgarians grew by 8.7% year-on-year to 439.0 thousand (compared to October 2016th), with the strongest increase..
Nearly 900,000 Romanian tourists have visited Bulgaria for the first nine months of this year, which is a 1.1-percent rise in comparison to the same period last year. This was announced by First Secretary and Head of the economy and commercial office at..
Bulgaria is more often being recognized as a tourist destination, offering quality, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told the BNR. Tourism together with sectors linked to it has a share of 12 percent of the Gross Domestic Product of this country,..