Speaking at a panel session at the Hyatt Regency Pravets Resort in Bulgaria, World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) President & CEO Julia Simpson revealed that the WTTC 2023 Economic Impact Research (EIR) today forecasts that 10% of the Bulgarian economy will come from Travel & Tourism by 2033.
Bansko, a rural town nestled in the Pirin mountains, witnessed an extraordinary event last week (June 25 – July 2). Over 700 digital nomads from around the globe converged here for a memorable week-long conference and festival.
Bansko Nomad Fest is back, and it’s bigger and better than ever before! From June 25 to July 2, hundreds of nomads, remote workers, and freelancers will gather in the picturesque village of Bansko, Bulgaria, for an unforgettable experience that blends knowledge-sharing, outdoor activities, mindfulness, and the beauty of nature.
Hyatt Announces the Opening of Four New Bulgarian Resorts, Expanding the Brand Footprint of the Inclusive Collection, part of World of Hyatt, into Eastern Europe
IHG Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s leading hotel companies, continues to demonstrate the strength of its Holiday Inn brand family in Southern Europe, as it signs 13 hotels and opens a further two, including a brand debut – Holiday Inn Express & Suites Portimão – and a market debut – Holiday Inn Express Sofia Airport in Bulgaria.
Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena Bansko was honoured for the fourth time in a row as “Bulgaria’s Leading Lifestyle Hotel 2022” from the World Travel Awards.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation today announced plans to expand Hyatt’s Inclusive Collection – a new global portfolio of distinct luxury all-inclusive resort brands – with five all-inclusive resorts in Bulgaria. Less than one year since the acquisition of Apple Leisure Group, a leading resort brand management platform
The 183-room hotel is located in the heart of the capital on Vasil Levski Square and within walking distance of the major tourist attractions and government institutions.
Bulgaria Air is the largest Bulgarian airline and national carrier of the Republic of Bulgaria. It performs direct flights to 25 cities in Europe, including domestic flights to Varna and Bourgas.
MAG has entered a bid to operate Sofia Airport in Bulgaria for the next 35 years. Along with its consortium partner BCEG, the Chinese construction giant, MAG submitted its formal bid to the transport ministry in Sofia.