Apart from being the capital of Bulgaria’s southern Black Sea Coast and a paradise for tens of thousands of Bulgarian and foreign tourists, apart from being one of the best Bulgarian cities to live (according to a national annual ranking), Burgas..
The Covid-19 pandemic brought about a sharp decline in the number of foreign tourists coming to Bulgaria. The travel restrictions also stopped Bulgarian tourists from travelling abroad for their holidays. Though with a great deal of..
Deputy Foreign Minister Petko Doikov has invited Greek Ambassador to Bulgaria Dimitrios Chronopoulos to the Foreign Ministry to discuss the situation with border checkpoints with Greece . Doikov stressed the difficult situation at the..
We are already receiving guests from 35 countries, but the revival of the tourism sector is gradual, said Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova during a parliamentary control session. Bulgaria was one of the first countries to reopen its borders to..
After the first charter flight with 189 tourists onboard from the Netherlands arrived in Burgas on June 26, today the coastal city of Varna also welcomed its first foreign guests. The first of three charter flights from Germany with 120 passengers..
The tourism industry expects 16,000 charter flights with foreigners to land in Bulgaria by the end of the season, said Rumen Draganov of the Institute for Analysis and Assessment in Tourism. With 75% employment, we expect about 2.5 million foreigners..
At the end of the month, the first foreign tourists will arrive in Bulgarian on charter flights and the beaches on the Black Sea coast will become more bustling with life. The presence of holidaymakers will have a good effect on the tourist..
The managing boards of tourist organizations and universities have signed a Charter of Bulgarian Tourism - 2020 . The document is a roadmap for a responsible, coordinated and safe restart of Bulgarian tourism in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. "A..
The first tourists are expected to arrive in the southern portion of Bulgaria’s Black Sea coastline on 17 June by charter plane from Germany and Great Britain, provided the state of emergency in the country is not extended . On 23 June..
We are expecting a 7% to 10% increase in the number of foreign tourists visiting Bulgaria in the summer of 2017 as compared to 2016 when a record high number of holidaymakers (8.2 million) visited Bulgaria since 1989, Bulgaria’s Minister of Tourism..