Bulgaria News

Bulgarian Minister: Tourism Revenue for June and July Alone is EUR 1.2 billion, 8.1% Growth

Tourism revenue for June and July alone is EUR 1.2 billion, which is an 8.1% growth compared to last year, said Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova

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More Chinese Tourists Heading to Central and Eastern Europe

A European Union initiative to attract more Chinese visitors is making "solid progress" with research showing more tourists are heading to Central and Eastern regions of Europe, reports China Daily.

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EU-China Tourism Year campaign sees 4% visitor growth in Europe, ETC report

Overseas Chinese visitors to Europe are up 4% for the first eight months of 2018, according to The European Travel Commission (ETC) and flights data specialist ForwardKeys.

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Bookings Underway for 4 and 5-star Hotels on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast for 2019

All 4- and 5-star hotels are fully booked as early as March, this is also happening for the season 2019, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told Nova TV this morning.

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Survey: Bulgaria is well Positioned in Tourism

Bulgaria is seen as an attractive tourist destination and is well positioned within its region, according to a survey by polling agency Gallup International, not related to Gallup Inc., in five important markets for Bulgarian tourism – Germany, the UK, Russia, Romania and Serbia.

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Digitalisation in Bulgarian Tourism will Accelerate its Sustainable Growth and Boost Investment

Digitalisation in tourism will accelerate its sustainable growth and boost investment, says Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova in her address on the occasion of the World Tourism Day, the ministry press office said.

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Ningbo Culture Week in Sofia Boosts China-Bulgaria Ties

The 2018 China (Ningbo) Culture Week kicked off at the Sofia Chinese Culture Center in Sofia, Bulgaria, on Sept 24.

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Burgas port to sign cooperation agreement with China’s Shantou

Burgas port’s president Diyan Dimov has proposed the signing of a cooperation agreement with China’s Shantou port.

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Sofia, Bulgaria: Europe’s ultimate bargain destination

For tourists traveling on a tight budget, many European destinations are quite pricey. A hotel room and a decent meal in London, Paris or Rome can cost the proverbial arm and a leg.

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Sofia enjoys tourist boom

The Bulgarian capital Sofia has seen a significant rise in tourists recently. This is according to the investment promotion agency, Invest Sofia, which recently published its 2018 Tourism and Air Transport Report.

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Bulgaria to Launch Campaign to Attract Chinese Tourists, Says Bulgarian Tourism Minister

China is very important for the European tourism, we seek to promote Bulgaria as a tourism destination in the Chinese market. We are preparing a marketing campaign to attract visitors from China, which we plan to launch next year.

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Despite Rainy Summer, Turnover Grows by BGN 34 Million Alone on Northern Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria

Despite the rainy summer, the revenue agency has registered an increase of over BGN 34 million in turnover alone for the northern Black Sea coast

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UNESCO has Included Nesebar on its New Travel Site

New site of the United Nations Scientific, Educational and Cultural Organization UNESCO for travels popularizes destinations, including the ancient town of Nesebar, the press center of Nesebar announced.

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PM Borisov: Bulgaria has some of the Best Conditions in Europe for Doing Business

We have a huge fiscal reserve that guarantees the stable exchange rate of the lev. This was announced by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.

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Economic Growth in Bulgaria is Lower than Expected - 3.4%

Economic growth in Bulgaria continues to be below the expectations of the government.

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Jet2.com adds additional flights to Bourgas, Bulgaria

Jet2.com has announced additional flights to Bourgas in Bulgaria for summer next year, with Saturday services now taking off from Manchester and Leeds Bradford Airport.

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Tourism Minister: For the First Half of 2018, we have over EUR 1.3 Billion in Revenue, 9.7% more than Last Year

For the first six months of 2018, we have over EUR 1.3 billion in revenue, which is 9.7% more than last year

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Foreign Tourists to Bulgaria Rise By 7% in 2018

Bulgarian Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova said on Saturday that 5.2 million foreign tourists visited Bulgaria in the first seven months of 2018, an increase of 7% compared with the first seven months of 2017.

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Tourism Minister: 5.2M foreign tourists visited Bulgaria in first seven months of 2018

Bulgarian Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova said on September 1 that 5.2 million foreign tourists visited Bulgaria in the first seven months of 2018, an increase of seven per cent compared with the first seven months of 2017.

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Bulgarian Tourism Minister: 3.6% Rise in Foreign Tourists in June and July

3.6% was the increase in the number of foreign tourists alone in the months of June and July, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova told reporters in Varna

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