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Romanians and Bulgarians took over the seaside

Submitted on Tuesday, 5 May 2009No Comment
Romanians and Bulgarians took over the seaside

Americans are coming to Vidin, German and English tourists are partying in Sofia, claims the newspaper “Standard”.

The resorts are beginning to fill up. Many 4 star and 5 star hotels along the first line on the northern coast are filled with tourists from Romania.

The parking lot of grand hotel “Varna” is full of the cars of tourists from Romania. The luxurious hotel is so full because of the record-setting low prices of 21-22 euro per person for a day of all-inclusive. The same package in “Azalia” in the resort St. Konstantin and Elena and “Astera” at the golden sands is about 30-35 euro.

The hotel “Sunny day” is also sieged by tourists, 80% of them coming from Romania. Tourists from Bulgaria’s northern neighbour however, don’t celebrate St. George’s day and after three days long vacation are going back to their homes. Bulgarians did the exact opposite.

Those that stayed home for May 1st are now massively headed for the seaside. The tourists during the Easter holidays in the Golden sands and St. Konstantin and Elena resorts were nearly 9000.

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