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TOURISM: BULGARIA TO SPEND 300M LEVA ON RESTORING CASTLES, ANCIENT SITES
(07/05/2012)

Topics: Tourism

Bulgaria is to spend about 300 million leva (about 150 million euro) in European Union funds over the next two years restoring 11 castles and a large number of ancient sites that are popular tourist attractions. Among the sites where restoration and development work will be done are the museum village of Etura, former capital Pliska, the Madara Horseman cliff carving near the town of Shoumen, Arbanassi, the Assenovgrad fortress, Magura and Ledenika caves and the Belogradchik rocks. ...


CHINESE INVESTORS TO BUILD SEA RESORT FOR RUSSIANS IN BULGARIA
(22/01/2013)

Topics: Tourism

An enormous new vacation complex is to be build on Bulgaria's Northern Black Sea coast, announced Atanas Stoilov, Mayor of the Municipality of Aksakovo near Varna. Stoilov told reporters Tuesday, as cited by Darik Radio, that the new resort will be built between the village of General Kantardzhievo and the Albena resort complex on a plot of 300 decares. In his words, the project first started several years ago when it was initiated by French investors. After one of the investor's...




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BULGARIA'S BALCHIK BOASTS 30% MORE FOREIGN TOURISTS

BULGARIA'S BALCHIK BOASTS 30% MORE FOREIGN TOURISTS

Topics: Tourism

Bulgaria's northern Black Sea resort welcomed 156 000 foreign tourists in May-August, 2010. This is a 30% increase year-on-year, according to data from the Balchik Municipality showing that the tourists visiting the town in the same period of 2009 were 122 000. The number of night stays in local hotels also grew substantially from 692 000 in the summer of 2009 to 952 000 this summer. The largest number of foreign visitors to Balchik came from Romania, followed by Russia, Germany,...


BULGARIAN SPA HOTEL RANKED AMONG WORLD'S BEST

BULGARIAN SPA HOTEL RANKED AMONG WORLD'S BEST

Topics: Tourism

A Bulgarian hotel, the Grand Hotel & SPA Primoretz Burgas, has been placed among the world's 28 best spa hotels by a Germany-based not-for-profit international association. The European Audit Institute Wellness & SPA e.V., located in Bad Wildingen, Germany, has issued its "Wellness & Spa Europe Certificate" to the Primoretz Hotel. A total of 28 hotels worldwide, of which 10 in Europe, are holders of the Certificate. The Burgas spa hotel has managed to acquire a "Premium" quality...


BULGARIA SAID TO OFFER BEST-VALUE SUMMER TOURISM PACKAGES IN EU

BULGARIA SAID TO OFFER BEST-VALUE SUMMER TOURISM PACKAGES IN EU

Topics: Tourism

Bulgaria offers the best prices for vacations in the EU this summer, according to Blagoy Ragin, head of the Bulgarian Association of Restaurant and Hotel Owners. The Bulgarian tourist business expects at least 10% more foreign tourists in 2011 compared with 2010, Ragin told the Cross news agency. The head of the Restaurant and Hotel Owners' Association stressed that Bulgaria's tourist sector is looking forward to the completion of the Trakiya Highway (expected in 2012) – connecting Sofia...


BULGARIA, ROMANIA KICK OFF CROSS-BORDER TOURISM PROJECT

BULGARIA, ROMANIA KICK OFF CROSS-BORDER TOURISM PROJECT

Topics: Tourism

A cross-border project to improve and popularize tourist opportunities in north-east Bulgaria / south-east Romania is starting, reported local authorities at General Toshevo. The project is worth EUR 1.5 M and is joint between General Toshevo in Bulgaria and Negru Voda in Romania. Both towns are in comparatively remote areas of the neighboring countries in the historic Dobrudzha region. The project aims at developing a joint tourist potential for the two municipalities in improving...


LUZHKOV OPENS MOSCOW-OWNED RESORT ON BULGARIAN SEA COAST

LUZHKOV OPENS MOSCOW-OWNED RESORT ON BULGARIAN SEA COAST

Topics: Tourism

Mayor of Moscow Yury Luzhkov and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov have foramlly inaugurated a resort complex on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast owned by the Russian capital. The Raduga complex, which is part of the Kamchiya resort, was built in 12 months, with an investment of about EUR 40 M. The complex is owned by the city of Moscow, which invested in it in order to turn it into a recreational facility for Russian kids and pensioners. The "Children's Health Camp Raduga", as it is...


RUSSIAN INVESTMENT FUNDS EYE BULGARIAN SPA CENTERS

RUSSIAN INVESTMENT FUNDS EYE BULGARIAN SPA CENTERS

Topics: Tourism

Russian Investment funds show increased and growing interest in Bulgarian SPA centers both on the Black Sea coast and inside the country. The information was reported by the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) Tuesday, citing the President of the Bulgarian branch of the international real estate federation FIABCI, who said Russian investors are inquiring about possibility to purchase entire complexes at once. According to the President, this a a new trend to replace individual private Russian...


PART OF THE LOCAL TAXES COULD BE INVESTED IN THE RESORTS

PART OF THE LOCAL TAXES COULD BE INVESTED IN THE RESORTS

Topics: Tourism

Part of the deductions of the business sector for local taxes should be granted for investments in the Bulgarian resorts - this is one of the proposals for amendments to the legislation drawn by the Union of Owners of Sunny Beach (UOSB) and the Bulgarian Hotel and Restaurant Association. According to Elena Ivanova, UOSB Chairwoman, in the first place, certain criteria should be prepared and they should determine which resorts are national resorts. Currently, they are defined as settlements of...


BULGARIAN HOTELS UP FOR SALE OVER UNPAID MORTGAGE DEBTS

BULGARIAN HOTELS UP FOR SALE OVER UNPAID MORTGAGE DEBTS

Topics: Tourism

Unpaid mortgage has forced the sale of a hotel at the coastal complex Chaika, near the town of Varna, and its owners are looking for buyers, who will fork out a whopping BGN 2.5 M. A check in the registry for public sales of the Bulgarian chamber of private enforcement agents shows that this is the most expensive property, whose sale has been prompted by unpaid mortgage. “Alen Mak” hotel is owned by a Sofia-based company and spreads over 8474 square meters, including a pool and a bar. The...


BULGARIA FORECASTS 10% GROWTH IN FOREIGN TOURISTS' NUMBER

BULGARIA FORECASTS 10% GROWTH IN FOREIGN TOURISTS' NUMBER

Topics: Tourism

The increase of the number of foreign holidaymakers during the summer season is expected to be about 10%, the Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, Traicho Traikov, told journalists Saturday. Traikov says this number is on the rise each year, adding the highest growth so far is expected in 2011. Russian tourists would contribute the most to the increase with 30% more compared to previous seasons. The positive trend is to include both mass and alternative forms of tourism – culture,...


BULGARIA RANKED 48TH GLOBALLY IN TOURISM COMPETITIVENESS

BULGARIA RANKED 48TH GLOBALLY IN TOURISM COMPETITIVENESS

Topics: Tourism

Bulgaria is 48th in terms of travel and tourism competitiveness out of 139 countries, according to a report of the World Economic Forum. The WEF ranking evaluates the countries according to 14 different criteria – from infrastructure and safety to regulatory framework and human, cultural, and natural resources. Switzerland, Germany, France, Austria, and Sweden take up the top five spots. Tunisia and Israel are right in front of Bulgaria, while Turkey and Poland are right after...


BULGARIA AND THE WORLD WORSHIPS ROSE FESTIVAL IN KAZANLAK

BULGARIA AND THE WORLD WORSHIPS ROSE FESTIVAL IN KAZANLAK

Topics: Tourism

The Rose Festival in Bulgaria's Kazanlak had its peak point on Sunday. Again, it managed to attract tens of thousands of tourists from Bulgaria and all around the world. According to official information, the last official day the City of Roses and the Valley of the Thracian Kings has hosted 80 thousand visitors. The number for the last three days has reached more than 150 000. Japanese Shinohara-san could barely hide her admiration. "We are 20 people from Tokyo, we came from Ruse, went...



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