1,300 people visited Assen's fortress in the first three days of 2021 alone, from January 1st to January 3rd. And the revenues from the sold tickets and souvenirs amount to the total amount of BGN 6,600.
The first tourists this year to see the cultural monument
Turkish Airlines plans to restore its regular route from Istanbul to Varna from November 13, 2020. There will be two flights a week between the Bulgarian sea capital and the Turkish metropolis - on Monday and Friday. The flights are on sale on the airline's
October 26 will be declared International Mavrud Day. Wine experts, sommelier and representatives of the tourism business have joined forces around this idea to make the wine variety, which is found only in Bulgaria, more recognizable at home and abroad. The initiative is of the
A new tourist catamaran, which will take Bulgarian and foreign guests on a sea walk in the Burgas Bay, is being built in the seaside town. The ship, which can carry up to 100 passengers, will work all year round.