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2000 tourists already resting in Albena

Submitted on Monday, 25 May 2009No Comment
2000 tourists already resting in Albena

The working hotels in the resort Albena are 13, and by the end of May another five will be ready to take tourists in.

Because of the financial crisis, hotel owners expect a weaker season. Expectations fall between a decrease of 10 – 12%.

Reservations from Germany, the United Kingdom and other European countries are fewer.

Businessmen in Albena expect a good percentage of Romanian and Russian tourists.

This year, 60% of the beach line will be free for the tourists. A lounge and an umbrella will cost about six leva. Four bases for water sports will also be available to tourists.

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