Anita Valentinova, source: nextbgtrip.com, 05 September 2010
12th Theatre Festival ''On the beach''
What: Theatre festival ‘’On the beach’’
Where: Bourgas city
When: 7th-12th of September 2010
The 12th edition of the theatre festival ‘’On the beach’’ will take place in Bourgas city from 7th until 12th of September. The global financial crisis ...
Anita Valentinova, source: news.bg, 03 September 2010
Bulgaria’s minister of economy, energy and tourism and the sheikh of Abu Dhabi signed the agreement for economical cooperation, announced the ministry. The sheikh is the president of ЕАBG (EmiratesAssociateBusinessGroup). Abu Dhabi is the biggest city, a capital of the United Arab Emirates.
The first project for ...
Anita Valentinova, source:tourism-bulgaria.org, 30 August 2010
The Roman Tomb in Silistra is one of the most famous monuments of tomb architecture in Bulgaria and the Balkan Peninsula, a typical example of a building that date back to the Late Antiquity. Unlike the majority of tombs from III - V century, the whole interior of Silistra tomb is covered with paintings. The frescoes ...
Sofia Echo, 24 August 2010
The Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Ministry has reported a surge in the number of Russian holidaymakers visiting Bulgaria and spending their summer holidays in the country this year, a media statement revealed on August 16 2010.
Reportedly, the increase amounts to 40 per cent more Russian nationals visiting Bulgaria.
Anita Valentinova, source: HoReMag, 12 August 2010
Bulgaria’s favourite SPA and wellness resort Varshets has marked 160th anniversary since it was announced as a spa resort, 60 years of its announcement as a spa ...
Anita Valentinova, source: focus-news.net, 03 August 2010
Russian tour operators pointed out that Bulgaria has registered an influx of tourists so far. Russian specialized edition ‘Tourprom’reported that Russians who prefer Bulgaria’s resort has been increased by 30%.
Moreover, there are few free rooms at Bulgaria’s ...
Anita Valentinova, source:Horemag , 02 August 2010
A project for the development of alternative tourism along the Danube River will be done by Bulgaria and Romania. The project is named TourNet – Promotion of Cross-border Networking for Development of a Common Bulgarian-Romanian Tourist Product. The project is estimated to cost 490 000 EUR. The centre for the support of ...
Anita Valentinova, source:HoreMag, 15 July 2010
Tourists from Germany, Spain, and Denmark have showed great interest in the spa resorts in Bulgaria and Bulgaria’s mineral baths. 187 of the total of 228 health funds in Germany have showed their interest to cooperate with Bulgarian balneology resorts.
Their health insurance funds have signed contracts this spring, ...
Anita Valentinova, source:econ.bg, 06 April 2010
Bulgaria is among the ten most accessible and suitable tourist destinations worldwide, reported the German version of the Internet column ‘Yahoo! Travel Magazine.’
In the ranking Bulgaria is on a par with Malaysia, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Croatia, Turkey, Egypt and Hungary.
The edition reveals that ...