Tsarevo, a seaside resort in southeastern Bulgaria in the Burgas Province. Our readers are already familiar with the area, as the destination for the UNESCO-listed Nestinarstvo fire-walking festival held in Bulgari (sometimes spelled Balgari) we reported about a while back. This week, the town celebrates the Day of Thrace on March 23. Day of Thrace […]
According to an announcement the Chairman of the Union of hotel owners of the resort “Sunny beach”, Veselin Nalbantov Bulgarian resorts are looking for hospitality workers from Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia.
Plovdiv is the perfect starting point for travelers who want to visit the Central Balkan National Park, and the beautiful Suchurum waterfall in Karlovo.
The Bulgarian capital Sofia will host an international tourism fair mid-February. The Holiday & SPA Expo is scheduled to take place at the Inter Expo Center Sofia from 15 to 17 next month. It is the 34th edition of the exhibition, which is organized by PRIM EXPO under the patronage of the Bulgarian Ministry of Tourism […]
Chinese investors will invest €270 million euros ($294 million) to construct Sofia, Bulgaria’s new cargo airport, and to develop a new luxury resort. While the specific investors have not been named, Sofia’s Mane Capital AD is involved in advising on the deal.
Nestinarstvo is one of the oldest Bulgarian customs and an ancient pagan cult, inscribed on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Bulgaria celebrates the Orthodox Christmas according to the Gregorian calendar on December 25. Here are some of their Christmas traditions.
One of the top winter destination in Bulgaria, the Bansko Ski Resort captivates the interest of the media every season.
When you think of the dream European beach vacation, what’s the first thing that normally springs into your mind? Greece? Spain? The south of France? Bulgaria?
Bulgarian officials have reiterated a warning on visiting Turkey. The Foreign Ministry in Sofia has warned the public to “exercise high vigilance and caution in view of increased risk of terror attacks”. Bulgarians are being advise against travelling to southeastern Turkey.
In a bit of great news for Bulgaria tourism, hotels on the Black Sea have reportedly closed bookings for the Summer holiday season. According to reports, the season is completely sold out for the 2016 season.
At this month’s ITB Berlin, Bulgaria pulled out all the stops to publicize its Black Sea resorts. Hoping to cash in on the more recent geo-political shift that has diverted from Egypt and other destinations, officials of Bulgaria’s tourism ministries showed optimism at Europe’s biggest travel event.