Bulgarian Tourism Minister Zaritsa Denkova stated in her working meeting with Maciej Szymanski, Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Sofia, “The Polish market is very important for us and you have my full support for Polish tourists to feel comfortable in Bulgaria.”
Noting that Bulgaria can offer much more than the traditionally strong summer and winter tourism seasons, the minister added: Alternative tourism has begun to play a major role in the development of national tourism for countries, contributing to its added value. products and increasing interest in the joint tourism product.
Noting that interest in Bulgaria has been reported to have increased significantly this year, Maciej Szymanski added, “The latest data shows that Bulgaria is the preferred destination in 2023, and our prediction is that we will surpass pre-Covid-19 pandemic levels this year.”
The possibility of sending Polish police officers to provide additional security for tourists who choose Bulgaria and to ensure their safety in the most favored resorts of tourists has also been raised. Denkova stated that she is ready to cooperate at all levels so that this step can be implemented as soon as possible.
Bulgaria’s participation in the 2nd European Sports and Tourism Conference, which will be held in Zakopane on September 26-28, 2023, was also discussed.
Due to the great interest, another promotional campaign will be held in Poland, where representatives of the Bulgarian tourism sector will meet with their potential partners.
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