It is expected that Bulgarian tourism would achieve better results this summer in comparison to the previous year. If the current pandemic situation in Bulgaria remained unchanged, then we could count on a better season continuing until the end of..
Tour operators from Burgas insist that the scheme that allows entry for citizens of other countries according to the distribution of the countries in the Covid-19 red, orange and green zones be cancelled . In their view , this scheme would..
Culinary and wine tourism must be included in the strategies and activities of Bulgaria's tourist sector . This was commented by the Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Georgi Sabev during a meeting of the National Tourism Council held in..
The Council of Ministers has adopted the "Together Again" program, Minister of Tourism Stela Baltova and Minister of Education Nikolay Denkov. State funding totals 7.5 million euros. The 250-euro tourist package per student is for 6 days of..
Every Bulgarian vaccinated against coronavirus should receive a voucher of 25 euros for a vacation or a visit to a restaurant in the country, the National Board of Tourism has offered. The industry wants the state to give a boost to the vaccination..
One June 10, 1921, Bulgaria’s marine capital Varna was declared a resort town by the local municipal authorities . I n 1925 , a royal decree was also issued to declare Varna a resort town . Varna attracted many Bulgarian and..
Bulgaria’s authorities are preparing a health protocol of action in the event that tourists are diagnozed with the novel coronavirus. This became clear at a meeting between Bulgaria’s Minister of Tourism Stela Baltova and representatives of the tourism..
Minister of Tourism Stella Baltova is to hold a working meeting in Burgas with the local administration, control bodies and representatives of the tourism business from the southern part of the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. They will discuss readiness..
M ore foreign tourists are expected to arrive in Bulgaria after mid-June. Tourism remains among the sectors that have been most severely affected by the coronavirus epidemic, said Svetlana Atanasova, chairwoman of the Bulgarian..
The summer tourist season on Bulgaria‘ s Black Sea coast has started on June 1. All beaches will offer 50% discounts for sunbeds and umbrellas. T he government reduced the concession fee s and negotiated lower prices of sunbeds and umbrellas..