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Southwestern Bulgaria has potential to develop wine tourism

Submitted on Friday, 5 June 2009No Comment
Southwestern Bulgaria has potential to develop wine tourism

Bulgaria and the Czech Republic will co-operate in the field of wine tourism, announced the radio Focus-Pirin.

The ambassador of the Czech Republic in Bulgaria Martin Klepetko and the governor of Blagoevgrad Vladimir Dimitrov discussed the possibilites for co-operation in the field of cultural tourism at a meeting today.

The so-called “wine paths” are popular not only in the Czech Republic. Similar projects can be successfully developed in Bulgaria, stated ambassador Klepetko.

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