At least 30 per cent of the world's tourism revenue will be reduced by the coronavirus pandemic, the UN World Tourism Organization predicts. Between $ 300 billion and $ 450 billion will be less realized by the industry globally, with revenue up about 70 percent
From 1st of May to 30th of September at the most visited Bulgarian attraction along the Black Sea coast - the Castle "In love with the wind" near Ravadinovo, will be held an exhibition of Tutankhamun's golden treasure.
Nearly 50 million people worldwide can lose their jobs in the tourism sector because of the Covid-19 pandemic. The World Travel and Tourism Council has been alerted for this. Vacations will drop by 25 percent in 2020. And this outflow will lead to job cuts
Between $ 63 billion and $ 113 billion less revenue will be generated by airlines around the globe in 2020. This is predicted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The organization leaves a loophole on its projections, noting that the sooner the epidemic in
The Sofia Travel Fest will be held for the first time in the Bulgarian capital on 7 March. Fans of travel will be able to learn how to travel cheap, easy, affordable and interesting. 11 experienced travelers will motivate their listeners with their stories of
Up to 27 percent of the budget for a sea vacation can be saved by tourists if they choose to spend their holidays in Bulgaria in May instead of August. T
The Radetsky Steamboat Museum will reopen to visitors in April. This was reported by the National Museum of History, which manages the attraction.
A protest in front of the parliament in Sofia on January 29 is organized by representatives of Bulgarian restaurants and hotels. The reason for the business dissatisfaction is the forthcoming entry into force on January 31 of the H-18 tax regulation, which will tie the
Low cost carrier Wizz Air launches cheap flights to St. Petersburg, the company said. Ticket prices will start at BGN 58 or less than 30 Euro. The courses will start from July 2, 2020. The company's planes will fly between the Bulgarian capital Sofia and
The Orienteering World Cup in 2021 will be held in Chepelare. At its meeting, the Council of the International Orienteering Federation (IOF) awarded Bulgaria the hosting of the European Championship and the World Orienteering Cup and the World Ski Orienteering Championship for veterans. The Organizing