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Total Revenues From Night Stays in Bulgaria Reached BGN 48.4 million For December 2018

Total revenues from night stays in Bulgarian accommodation establishments in December 2018 reached BGN 48.4 million


Over 9.2 Million Foreign Tourists Visited Bulgaria Last Year

The growth of foreign tourists who visited our country in 2018 is increasing by 5%.


Most New Homes Completed in Varna, Plovdiv and Burgas

The number of dwellings in operation in the fourth quarter of 2018 is 721 and the newly constructed dwellings there are 2 345.


IMF: Bulgaria's Robust Economic Growth Paves Way for Further Reforms

Bulgaria's solid economic growth, low unemployment and sizable current account surplus open the door for the country's government to push ahead with much-needed broad-based reforms


The West Australian: Plovdiv, Bulgaria: This place is the European Capital of Culture

As I walk down its pretty main thoroughfare, I feel embarrassed that just weeks ago I’d never heard of Plovdiv. I mean, this city has only been here for some 6000 years, making it one of Europe’s oldest cities.


What will the Adoption of the Euro Bring to Bulgaria?

Bulgaria can not expect that by replacing the lev with the euro this will automatically lead to higher growth for the economy. In order to reach it, additional efforts have to be made by the state.


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.


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


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