Tourism

INS: Non-resident tourists in Romania spend an average 520euros/person in first half of the year

Non-resident tourists arriving in Romania spent, on average, 2,573.3 lei/person (approximately 520 euros, at the National Bank of Romania exchange rate), in the first half of this year, and the main reason for travel to Romania (59.6%) was represented by business, including participation in congresses, conferences, courses, fairs, and exhibitions, according to data published by the National Ins

Bulgarian Black Sea Tourism Boasts 70% Growth This Summer

The number of tourists who have holidayed on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast in the summer of 2021 is up by 70% compared to 2020, announced Minister of Tourism Stela Baltova after a meeting with representatives of the tourist industry in Varna. She described the season as dynamic, difficult and rather short.

Turkey committed to tourism targets: Minister

Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy on Sept. 4 reaffirmed the government's annual target of 25 million foreign tourists.

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"We are not doing badly. We are still committed to our target of 25 million tourists and $20 billion in revenues that we announced at the start of the season," he said during a press conference at Istanbul's Maiden Tower.

Greece is a “magnet” for 5 star hotels

Following the mass "arrivals" of new units in 2019, plans for new hotels in Athens and the rest of the peripheral units of the country, have not been abandoned. International luxury hotel chains such as Mandarin Oriental, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, Edition Hotels, 1 Hotels and Rocco Forte, are some of the well-known international luxury brands, which currently have their eyes on Greece.

Seaside for all: Tourist packages - up to 70% cheaper from September 1

Tourist packages on the Romanian seaside will be up to 70% cheaper from September 1, compared to the peak season rates, with the launch of the "Seaside for all" program, the Federation of Romanian Tourism Employers (FPTR) representatives announced. Thus, Romanians can stay in classified hotels in the Black Sea resorts with prices starting from 36 lei per night.

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