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Greece is Bulgaria's Second-Biggest Tourist Market

An estimated 9.3 million foreign tourists visited Bulgaria last year, up 4.4 percent year-on-year, the country’s Ministry of Tourism said in a statement on Monday.

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For the First Time Foreign Tourist Visits to Bulgaria Exceed 9 Million, Beating the Record Levels of the Last Two Years

More than 9,273 million were the foreign tourist visits to Bulgaria in 2018, or a 4.4% increase compared to a year earlier

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Bulgaria could join the euro early in 2022: finance minister

Bulgaria’s preparations to join the euro zone are on track and the Balkan country may adopt the euro as early as January 2022

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Bulgaria is Expecting 9 Million Foreign Tourists this Year

We expect 2018 to be the most successful in the history of statistics in Bulgarian tourism with over 9 million tourist visits by foreigners.

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5 reasons to visit Plovdiv, Bulgaria

A 2019 European City of Culture, Plovdiv is a melting pot of cultures and influences. Expect fascinating history, incredible food and wine, breathtaking monasteries and a host off exciting cultural events

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Bulgaria's Euro Membership Not Before Mid-2022: EU's Dombrovskis

Bulgaria will need to wait at least until mid-2022 to join the euro, the EU commissioner in charge of the common currency said on Friday

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International Tourism Revenue Up by 6.6% in January-November 2018 Y/Y

International tourism revenue amounted to 3.6 billion euro in January-November 2018, up by 6.6 per cent compared to the like period of 2017

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Bulgaria, where a home in ‘the most beautiful town in the world’ will set you back just €25,000

One of Europe’s cheapest countries is full of surprises, not least among locals bewildered by visitors

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The Biggest History Park in the World Opens in Bulgaria, Near Varna in the Spring (Photos)

The world's largest and first of its kind cultural-historical and entertainment-educational park will open in Bulgaria this spring.

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Bulgarian Passports in Top 20 Most Powerful in the World

With a Bulgarian passport you can travel to 169 countries. The Henley Passport Index is a ranking of all the passports of the world according to the number of countries their holders can travel to visa-free.

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Daily Mail: Sunny Beach in Bulgaria Sees off Marmaris and the Algarve to be Named the Best Value Tourist Hot Spot for Brits in 2019

The Bulgarian resort of Sunny Beach has been named as offering the best value for money break for UK holidaymakers for a second year running

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Bulgaria's Oldest City Honored as European Capital of Culture for 2019

Plovdiv, the oldest city in Bulgaria, has been officially inaugurated as the European Capital of Culture for 2019

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Brexit brings surprise boost for Bulgarian resorts

Fearing the prospect of a plunging pound, travellers are turning to an unlikely destination to make their money go further

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Sunny Beach in Bulgaria sees off Marmaris and the Algarve to be named the best value tourist hot spot for Brits in 2019

Sunny Beach in Bulgaria sees off Marmaris and the Algarve to be named the best value tourist hot spot for Brits in 2019 (but the Seychelles is the most expensive)

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Bulgaria's GDP Growth to Speed up in 2019 on Fiscal Stimulus

Bulgaria's economic growth is expected to speed up from 3.5% last year to 3.9% in 2019 on the back of moderate fiscal stimulus and acceleration of investment activity

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Bulgaria to speed decisions on applications for visas by non-EU seasonal workers

A decision on an application for a long-term visa from a third-country – meaning, non-EU – national who wants to come to Bulgaria as a seasonal worker should be taken within 15 calendar days

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2019’s European Capitals of Culture: Plovdiv, Bulgaria and Matera, Italy

As of January 1, 2019, Plovdiv (Bulgaria) and Matera (Italy) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year.

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World Bank Predicts Bulgaria's Economic Slowdown Will Continue in Next Three Years

The growth of the Bulgarian economy will continue to slow down in the next three years and by 2021 it will have lost more than a quarter of the rate at which it grew in 2016

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The BSMEPA and the Embassy of China with a Joint SME Development Plan

The possibilities for organizing business delegations from China in Bulgaria and Bulgarian companies in the PRC were discussed.

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The Earliest Date for Bulgaria's Entry into the Euro Zone is 2022

Bulgaria could join the Eurozone in early 2022, said European Commission Vice President for Eurozone and Social Dialogue and Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Valdis Dombrovskis

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