Belvedere Holiday Club - Bansko - Block 2

Belvedere Holiday Club - Bansko - Block 2

Grand Montana - Bansko

Grand Montana - Bansko


PM Borissov: Bulgaria Will Be Able to Declare Full Gas Independence in 2020 11.11.2019
PM Borissov: Bulgaria Will Be Able to Declare Full Gas Independence in 2020
November 11 (BTA) - Inspecting the progress of construction of the Gas Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB) on Monday, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said that next year Bulgaria would be entitled to say it...

Research Lab to Be Built on Bulgarian Antarctic Base 11.11.2019
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In Bansko, Bulgarias Tourism Minister expresses optimism about winter season 10.11.2019
In Bansko, Bulgarias Tourism Minister expresses optimism about winter season
Bansko is renowned as a ski resort, is establishing itself successfully as a year-round resort, and the institutions have declared readiness for the 2019/2020 winter tourism season, Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova...


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Foreign Ministry in Sofia Issues Travel Advisory for Catalonia amid Clashes

Foreign Ministry in Sofia Issues Travel Advisory for Catalonia amid Clashes

17.10.2019
Sofia, October 17 (BTA) - The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry issued a travel advisory for Catalonia on Thursday. It warns that the tensions are expected to escalate in the coming days between protestors and law enforcers in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalonia and its capital Barcelona, while a general strike is expected on Friday. The blocked roads, motorways and airports are complemented by a new wave of political protests, including student marches, street clashes, building barricades, setting fires on the streets and continuous demonstrations around government buildings, located in the busy tourist areas of Catalonia's cities, the travel advisory says. There is a huge risk that clashes and violence will occur at the tourist sites with the main attractions, the Ministry warns. The Ministry advises Bulgarian citizens to refrain from traveling to Catalonia for non-emergency purposes before and during the general strike scheduled for Friday, while local Bulgarian residents or tourists are advised to avoid areas where protests are held. LN/MY Source: Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2091386
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