2 edition of International tourism in Bulgaria and the problems of our architecture found in the catalog.
International tourism in Bulgaria and the problems of our architecture
1970 by Committee for Tourism, Council of Ministers, People"s Republic of Bulgaria in Sofia .
Written in English
|Statement||Todor Todorov ; translated by Mihail Todorov.|
|LC Classifications||NA1391.B69 T63 1970z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
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International Tourism in Bulgaria and Problems of Architecture Topics Tourism in Bulgaria as Independent Branch of Economy, Main Tourist Sites and Material Support, Attractive Destinations and Recreational Facilities, Classification of Tourist Measures and Holiday Groups, Architectural and Constructional Principles.
International tourism in Bulgaria: problems and perspectives. Several of the most important problems revealed during the 35 yrs of the development of international tourism in Bulgaria are analysed: a limited tourist market, great seasonality in the pattern.
Several of the most important problems revealed during the 35 yrs of the development of international tourism in Bulgaria are analysed: a limited tourist market, great seasonality in the pattern Author: Mariya Stankova.
Location of Bulgaria in southern Europe at the crossroads of Eastern and Western culture gave it a strong multicultural dimension visible today in the architecture, customs, religion, and even the cuisine of this country.
Based on the natural and cultural assets, the development of several major forms of tourism can be considered in : Robert Wiluś.
According to tourism satellite data, the internal tourism consumption in Bulgaria by domestic and international tourists in was billion levs (the equivalent of billion euros) or.
In addition, international tourism in Bulgaria became the top exporting industry in the Bulgarian economy in (BTO, ). 67 Discussion Although the fact that international tourism has emerged as the top exporting industry for the country, this phenomenon has not occurred due to the growth in the tourism industry.
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It. Bulgaria's first post-communist government adopted international tourism as a priority sector (Bacharov, ) and the tourism infrastructure was designated for privatisation however the strategy was unsuccessful: the share of Bulgaria's world tourism revenues actually fell from % in to % in (Bacharov, ), slight growth.
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Germany is the third most important source market, providingtourists. Bulgaria is profiting extensively from tourism and, taking indirect effects into account, the travel industry contributes 13 percent of its GDP.
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