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“Tourexpo 2009” opens in Varna

Submitted on Friday, 24 April 2009No Comment
“Tourexpo 2009” opens in Varna

Between April 23rd – 26th, the Palace of culture and sport in Varna will host the “Tourexpo 2009” event. Throughout the years, it has turned into the event that gathers the businessmen from the tourism branch in the North-eastern Bulgarian Black Sea coast for a discussion of up-to-date issues before the beginning of the summer season.

The expo gathers in one place tour operators and tour agents from the region with their colleagues from the various cities – representatives of small hotels, municipality tourism centres, companies that offer traditional or new services. This edition of the expo will be on a smaller scale due to the financial crisis which is taking a heavy toll on tourism.

30 companies will present themselves, some of them packed in one stall. An employment centre for students also opened up today at 14:00 PM.

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