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Bulgaria advertises tourism in ex-socialist countries

Submitted on Saturday, 4 July 2009No Comment
Bulgaria advertises tourism in ex-socialist countries

Bulgaria invested one million leva in advertising tourism products in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. The campaign began several days ago and will continue until early September.

This was announced in Varna by the chairwoman of the National tourism agency Anelia Krushkova.

An increasing number of visitors are from the ex-socialist countries of Central Europe, including Poland and Moldova, Lithuania and Israel. According to Krushkova, there is an increase of visas for Russians, but a large part of them are just Russians who purchased estates in Bulgaria.

The Northern Black Sea coast is still an attractive destination for Romanian tourists. There is an increase of 57% compared to last year. This ensures the continuation of advertising in Bulgaria’s northern neighbor. These are our main markets, stated Anelia Krushkova.

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