“The predictions of more tourists, including foreigners, this winter season have come to pass and that is good news. There is significant interest in our resorts, and they are now full, there are no cancellations,” Rumen Draganov, Director of the..
Tourists from Britain have returned to the winter resorts of Bansko, Borovets and Pamporovo after a year and 9 months of absence, the website travelnews.bg reports. After two summer seasons and one winter season with no..
“ Around half a million trips are expected to be taken at Christmas the New Year in Bulgaria. Approximately 60,000 will be trips outside of the country, mostly to neighbouring countries. Outbound passengers will travel to Europe to see friends and..
In October this year, despite the coronavirus pandemic, the number of Bulgarians travelling abroad has increased by 5.4% compared to the same period in 2020 , according to a study by the National Statistical Institute. This means that nearly 519,700..
Tourists are very interested in Bulgaria. In 2021, the number of tourists in this country is twice bigger as compared to last year. The outlook for the winter season is also better, because the flights to Great Britain and Russia will resume. Bulgaria..
At the backdrop of the continuing epidemic situation in this country, 931.7 thousand Bulgarians undertook tourist trips during the second quarter of 2021. The majority of them - 93.0%, traveled only in this country; 6.1% - only abroad, and 0.9%..
There are already accommodated person in the quarantine hotels on the seaside. There are enough places for the sick, the Minister of Tourism Stella Baltova told Nova TV. According to her, the season is going well despite the epidemic. A serious..
More than 2.5 million tourists have chosen Bulgaria as their summer destination in the period May 1 to August 8, 2021. This is seen in the statistics of the Unified Tourist Information System. Most of them are Bulgarians - over 1,680,900. Guests..
Tourists along the southern portion of Bulgaria’s Black Sea coastline are up by 125% compared to last summer, the Burgas Regional tourist chamber says. The tourists are mostly Bulgarian, Romanian and Ukrainian, families coming to the country in their..
The Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Service has carried out a rescue operation in search of lost Israeli tourists. The signal for lost tourists was received by the service at around 8.30 pm last night. Four Israeli citizens - 2 boys and 2 girls aged..