European Youth Card holders will continue to benefit from 12-euro train tickets on the Athens-Thessaloniki-Alexandroupoli and Athens-Kalabaka routes, it was announced on Monday.
The deal, signed between Trainose and the General Secretariat for Youth, foresees 3,000 tickets sold per month to card holders on certain intercity services.
Code orange for torrential rains is declared for 8 regions in Bulgaria, reports the BNT public broadcaster.
In the regions of Burgas, Yambol, Sliven, Stara Zagora, Haskovo, Kurdzhali, Plovdiv and Pazardzhik the rains are expected to be most intense.
In the afternoon the rains would most likely abate, but the situation would remain unstable.
The 30-th anniversary edition of the Apollonia Art Festival will take place in Bulgaria's seaside town of Sozopol between August 28 and September 6.
The festival has established itself as a gathering point of artists, musicians, writers, poets, actors and architects and has become one of the major points in the summer art programme in Bulgaria.
A 43-year-old Georgian man of Greek descent was arrested on Monday in connection with the murder of a businessman in Alexandroupoli, northeastern Greece, earlier in the day.
The 63-year-old victim was reportedly shot twice in the chest by two men on a motorcycle as he left his home in the village of Nea Hili.