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Bulgaria and Romania's accession to the EU is expected to generate a boom in tourism around Eastern Europe, especially on the Balkans, according to Travel Blackboard e-zine.
The Bulgarian aviation market will soon welcome three new low-cost air carriers.
Bulgaria has set an annual target of eight million tourists, double the number of visitors this year, the regional development minister said.
Ireland's experience in creating a winning branding strategy has been highly recommended as the best model for Bulgaria.
The head of the state Agency for Tourism (AT), Mario al-Djebouri, requested on December 7 that the AT take control over issuing construction permits in resorts. Al-Djebouri believed the move could help control the construction boom in the resorts.
Bulgaria was named one of the hottest property destinations of 2007 for investors purchasing property abroad, currency company FC Exchange said as quoted by icwales.co.uk.
Bulgaria's Black Sea resorts have received nearly 1.5 million foreign tourists for the 2006 summer season, shows a survey of the Analysis of Tourism Institute.
As expected, it was announced on 26th September that Bulgaria will be able to join the EU as a full member on 1st January 2007.
Bourgas Airport at the south of Bulgaria's seaside is currently negotiating with 8 low-cost air carriers that are willing to open flights to the hot tourist destination.
Flight will be running Luton to Sofia and Bourgas beginning May 1st 2006.