The touristic demand for holidays in Bulgaria is growing, British tour operators report. Among the main reasons are the UK’s exit from the European Union – Brexit and the declining value of the British pound against the euro. That’s why British tourists are increasingly giving up traditional destinations on the Old Continent that are no longer affordable for them and are looking for alternatives in Eastern Europe, the Guardian writes.
Most families are interested in “all inclusive” vacations to save additional family spending on food and drink, according to British tour operators. Among the biggest winners of the situation is Bulgaria. Recordings for 2019 mark a growth of nearly 30 per cent compared to 2018, writes the publication. In the past year, there has also been a growing interest on the part of British tourists to Bulgaria compared to 2017.