Tourism

Greece's culinary heritage is an untapped treasure for the tourism sector, say experts

Greece does not promote its culinary tourism the way it should, given the wealth of the country's culinary delights and the size of incoming tourism centering on its natural and cultural attractions, experts say, as planning for the 2019 tourism season gets under way.

Bulgaria Reinforces its Image of One of the most Sought-after Destinations for Winter Tourism

Bulgaria reinforces its image of one of the most sought-after destinations for winter tourism. This was stated by Deputy Minister of Tourism Irena Georgieva at a meeting in Chepelare for the readiness of the municipalities Smolyan and Chepelare for the forthcoming winter season.

Bulgarians Spend Average of 640 Leva on a Trip Abroad

In the third quarter of the year 1 882.7 thousand Bulgarian citizens over 15 years of age have made travel trips. The majority of them - 79.8% - traveled only in the country, 14.8% - abroad and 5.4% traveled both in the country and abroad. This shows the preliminary data of the National Statistical Institute, reports money.bg

Property startup to expand to 50 cities

Innovative property startup Blueground aims to lease out some 50,000 furnished apartments in 50 cities around the world by 2023.

This is a particularly ambitious target given that the Greek company currently manages some 1,500 properties totaling 1.3 million square meters in nine cities: Athens, Dubai, Istanbul, New York, San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago and Washington.

Plovdiv Has 10% Increase in Tourism For the First 9 Months of 2018

There is an increase in tourists visiting Plovdiv, reported by the Ministry of Tourism for the first 9 months of the year. The number of overnight stays has increased by more than 10% over the same period last year. This was said by Minister Nikolina Angelkova at the official opening of the 10th-anniversary edition of the International Tour Operator Meeting.

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