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The Share of Visits of ЕU Citizens Was 55.4% of the Total Number of Foreigners’ Visits to Bulgaria in April

The share of visits of ЕU citizens was 55.4% of the total number of foreigners’ visits to Bulgaria in April 2019 or by 2.9% more


Airports in Varna and Burgas Add New Destinations

Six new year-long lines will be opened from Varna Airport this summer. New direct flights begin in July and will be from and to Paris, Cologne, Hamburg, Berlin, Copenhagen and Liverpool.


German Flixbus Continues its Expansion in Bulgaria: Connects Plovdiv with Vienna and Budapest

FlixBus, the company with the largest bus network in Europe, continues to expand its operations in Bulgaria.


Fewer Russian And German Tourists Will Spend Their Summer Vacation In Bulgaria

The Minister of TourismNikolina Angelkova announced that Bulgaria expects a 2-3 percent decrease for the forthcoming summer season.


Cost Of Living in Bulgaria Has Gone Up With 3,3% For The Last Year

The consumer price index for April 2019, compared to March 2019, was 100.5%, so the monthly inflation is 0.5%, NSI reported.


British Are Once Again Interested In Buying Bulgarian Properties

Bulgaria returns to the top 10 of the overseas property buying sites in 2019 in the UK aplaceinthesun.com rating platform, quoted by the newspaper "Bulgarian News".


Less Tourists From Germany and Russia, More - From the UK and Ukraine

Despite the decline in early booking of tourists from Germany and Russia for holiday on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, there are are still countries which prefer to spend their holiday in Bulgaria.


For Bulgaria a Steady Moderate Growth of the Economy is Expected, the European Commission Said

We expect Bulgaria's economic growth to recover, albeit limited by declining demand for its foreign markets, shortage of employees and cooling of consumer attitudes, the European Commission said.


EU Funds and Infrastructure Push Bulgaria Construction

Bulgaria’s construction industry growth decelerated to 3.7% in 2018, after growing at 4.4% in 2017.