Provinces of Bulgaria

Bulgarian Businesses Are Emerging from Stress – Finance Minister

Businesses in Bulgaria are emerging from stress and beginning to think about investments, according to Finance Minister Petar Chobanov.

Chobanov and the Executive Director of the Bulgarian Development Bank (BDB), Dimo Spasov, met Thursday in Targovishte with representatives of local businesses, according to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency (BTA).

Bulgaria Attracts Arab Tourists at International Exhibition in Dubai

Bulgaria has proven to be an attractive destination for high-spending Arab tourists during the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.

The exhibition held between May 5-8, 2014 is the most important international tourism event for professionals in the Middle East, Bulgaria's Ministry of Economy and Energy informed.

Rising Rivers Flood Villages in NW Bulgaria

Heavy rainfall has prompted a state of emergency in 2 northwestern municipalities of Bulgaria.

The municipalities of Chuprene and Ruzhintsi in the Vidin region have been the most affected by the intense rain in the past days. The nearby dam in Gyurgich overflowed on Wednesday night, but is reportedly under control now, Dariknews revealed.

Bulgaria Is Romanian Tourists' All Inclusive Paradise

Vacations in Bulgaria are still most preferred by Romanians, writes the Romanian daily Adevarul. 

The main attractions are the cheap, traditional and pleasant holidays. “This is why the trend to go to the all inclusive paradise – the Bulgarian coast – continues this year,” says the newspaper. 

Veliko Tarnovo And Burgas - The Most Livable Bulgarian Cities

Veliko Tarnovo and Burgas are the best Bulgarian cities to live in in 2013.

For the first time in the seven years of the competition, organized by Bulgaria's national radio Darik and the 24 Chasa daily newspaper, two cities are tied for the top spot. Both cities got an equal number of points in the 20 criteria.