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A unique program of cleansing the body - "Peptide rejuvenation" - prices from 69 thousand rubles for 7 nights

Detox tour to Crimea 10 days in a 5 * hotel, 100m. from the sea - prices from 100 thousand rubles. in DBL room

A unique program for the treatment of chronic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis in Sochi using the Pegano and Matsesta diet in the Adlerkurort sanatorium - prices from 23800 rubles for 7 nights

The sanatorium accepts children from infancy - literally from birth, while the stay of young guests who are under 2 years old is not paid, and for kids from 2 to 4 years old there is a special price - 1500 rubles per day.

Detox for 11 days Detox Aqua-Therm in the sanatorium "Mashuk Aqua-Therm", Zheleznovodsk, Russia - prices from 90,000 rubles per person.

Weight loss, detox and rejuvenation and regeneration programs in the resorts of Turkey: Le Méridien Resort & Residences 5 hotel * - prices from 1545 euros

Overweight program, metabolic restoration in adults and children, obesity treatment in Serbia in Zlatibor in the sanatorium "Chigota" - prices for 2 weeks from 745 euros

Safe weight loss in Russia using the ERL method (Endoecological rehabilitation according to Levin). Detox programs for seniors, cleansing the body in 7 days: liver, kidneys, intestines, skin, joints, blood vessels. Prices from 65 thousand rubles

Spa treatment at the thermal spa with iodine-containing therapies Bad Hall in Austria (dry eye treatment) - prices from 399 euros

Fasting programs in Austria at the thermal resort of Bad Hall: Hotel Miraverde **** - prices from € 969 per person. per package

Weight loss program with elements of curative fasting from 811 euros for 9 nights, rehabilitation and treatment program "Healthy Heart" from 765 euros for a package in the Hunguest Hotel Bál Resort 4 *, Hungary, Lake Balaton

Bulgarian Tourist Union

The Bulgarian Tourist Union is a voluntary, independent, non-partisan and non-governmental association engaged in the organization of public recreation, sports and tourism, cultural, local history, nature conservation and ecological activities. The main goal of the Bulgarian Tourist Union is to assist in the development of civil society and democracy in the Republic of Bulgaria in the field of public tourism. The Bulgarian Tourist Union contributes to the creation of conditions for: tourism and related active recreation; development of various types and forms of tourism; stimulation of sports orie.

ⓘ Tourism in Bulgaria

Tourism in Bulgaria is one of the main sectors of the Bulgarian economy. All types of tourism are well developed in Bulgaria - recreational, sports, cultural and others. Bulgaria is a particularly popular tourist destination for health, Black Sea, mountain, cultural, archaeological and speleotourism.

Tourism development in Bulgaria

The background of organized tourism in Bulgaria begins with a pilgrimage to the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem and the Rila Monastery. In addition to pilgrimage, Bulgarians made trade trips to Dubrovnik, Constantinople, Bucharest, Vienna and Budapest.

The birthday of organized tourism in Bulgaria is considered August 27, 1895, when, after climbing the Cherni-Vrah peak of the Vitosha mountain range, the Bulgarian Tourists Club was established - the predecessor of the modern Bulgarian Tourist Union. This happened on the initiative of Aleko Konstantinov.

During the period from the end of World War II to the collapse of the USSR, Bulgaria developed along the socialist path. After the Balkan Federation, which failed due to the gap between Stalin and Tito, Bulgaria, with its access to the southern coast of the Black Sea and the picturesque relief of the Balkan Mountains, turned out to be the most suitable socialist country for tourism. In the period from the 1960s to the 1990s, departmental "rest houses", mountain and sea stations for mass tourism were actively built in Bulgaria, and the tourist infrastructure was developed. The state took care of and actively encouraged all types of mass tourism - tourism of pioneers, Komsomol members, labor collectives, etc., almost always focusing on "the role of the BKP in organizing active recreation for workers." The People's Republic of Bulgaria was a very popular tourist destination for residents of the GDR, Poland, Czechoslovakia and the USSR.

On November 10, 1989, the plenum of the Central Committee of the BCP voted for the resignation of its Secretary General and Chairman of the State Council of the People's Republic of Bulgaria, Todor Zhivkov, who had headed socialist Bulgaria for 37 years. Deep economic and political changes began in the country. During the transition from a planned to a market economy, government funding for tourism has sharply decreased or completely ceased. One of the first cessations of funding for dying state-owned enterprises affected departmental "rest homes" and tourist activities for collectives. Tourist cottages and stations began to be destroyed and plundered. Some of them, like, for example, on Buzludzha, have not been restored to this day. With the general decline in the living standards of the population, the attendance of tourist sites has also decreased. Few wealthy citizens preferred directions behind the newly fallen Iron Curtain.

At the beginning of the 21st century, market production and economic relations improved in Bulgaria, and the Bulgarian economy began to work again. The tourism industry, like most economic industries in the country, has changed dramatically. Instead of large houses and stations for mass tourism, thousands of private hotels and restaurants have started operating throughout the country, and not only on the Black Sea coast. The communities of Bulgaria realized the importance of tourism for the development of the economy of their regions and began to develop their tourism potential - to renovate old and build new museums and attractions; develop the road network; improve tourist routes in the mountains by installing information boards, tourist markings, gazebos, etc. The tourism industry has become a priority at the state level, and the Ministry of Economy and Energy was renamed the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism. State financing of the industry began, and after Bulgaria joined the European Union on January 1, 2007, the European one.

The resort towns of Bulgaria have long been a favorite tourist destination for travelers. Our tourists appreciate this country for a varied vacation (summer and winter), affordable prices and excellent service. It is a great choice for families and children, both in winter and in summer.

Since 2012, the country is included in the Schengen zone of the European Union, so it is worth taking care of a visa in advance. In recent years, the resort cities of Bulgaria have been developing rapidly, the number of new 4 and 5 star hotels is growing, and the level of service is improving.

Types of holidays in Bulgaria

Not only beach holidays are popular here - wellness, skiing, and sightseeing tours are also in demand. Fans of active recreation can find a lot of entertainment on the water, in the mountains, in the caves. Pilgrimage to Christian shrines can also be attributed to a special type of tourism. The beach season in the resort towns of Bulgaria is open from May to October, so everyone can choose a suitable time for themselves.

The ski slopes in Bulgaria are simple, without difficult curves and elevation differences, therefore they are ideal for beginners and will make your winter vacation unforgettable. This is especially important for vacationers with children who also want to learn how to ski.

Health tourism involves staying in sanatoriums or hotels in selected resort towns in Bulgaria, where various medical services are provided. The recreational destination remains popular throughout the year.

Culinary gourmets will be delighted by the varied and delicious Bulgarian cuisine with a distinct Balkan flavor. Fans of local delicacies can arrange their own kind of relaxation - a culinary tour. Be sure to try the famous stuffed peppers, kavarma with meat, potatoes and mushrooms, as well as meat sausages, grilled guvechs, tarator soup and various dishes with feta cheese, because this is the main fermented milk product of this country.

Local wines will delight connoisseurs not only with their taste, but also with a low price. So, a glass of wine in any resort town in Bulgaria costs from 1 euro, while a hot dish starts from 4 euro. You can pay here in euros or dollars, on a par with the local currency, especially at the resorts.

Resort towns in Bulgaria

The resorts of Bulgaria can be divided into sea and ski resorts, depending on the season. There is also an extensive excursion program in the cities - these are popular routes to famous Orthodox cathedrals and temples, as well as mountain tourist destinations. It is necessary to include such cities as Sofia, Varna, Plovdiv, Burgas and Melnik in your excursion program.

The seaside resorts of Bulgaria can be divided into northern and southern ones, just as the Balkan Mountains divide the seaside. On the northern coast, the popular resorts of Golden Sands, Varna and Albena. On the southern coast - Sunny Beach, Sozopol, Burgas, Nessebar, Sinemorets, located on the territory of a national reserve.

Bulgaria is mainly visited by lovers of wellness, sightseeing and serene beach pastime. In this material, we will give you a hint where it is better to relax in Bulgaria for travelers who are counting on small expenses, young people, married couples with children who want to improve their health and visit local attractions.

Family resorts with children

Albena is ranked among the most popular Bulgarian children's resorts. For the cleanliness of the local beaches and the sea, she was awarded the Blue Flag. The smallest tourists here have fun on slot machines, a mini-railroad, an autodrome and in an amusement park, while high school students go horseback riding, archery, go karts and pedal boats.

The elite club complex Elenite has its own beach. Parents can leave their little ones under the supervision of educators at playgrounds and in children's clubs.

The dunes attract couples with children with a calm, clean, turquoise sea. This resort, like the previous one, is for non-poor tourists.

The beaches of Obzor are covered with fine golden sand, and there are gentle shoals in the sea. Compared to Dunes and Elenite, prices here are almost three times lower.

The resort of Pomorie stands out for its shallow sea and low cost of rest. Parents bring their children here for health improvement.

Where is the best place for young people to have a rest in Bulgaria

Young people will definitely not be bored in Golden Sands, as you can have fun here around the clock. Young people have a great time at all kinds of concerts, competitions and beauty contests.

Sunny Beach is packed with cinemas, casinos, bars, cafes and restaurants. Young people love to hang out at beauty pageants, fashion shows and concerts.

Excursion holidays

When we are looking for a place to rest, thoughts of the sea and mountains immediately arise in our head. But what if the season is not at all designed for the sea, and the mountain landscapes do not cause delight? In this case, you can go to the thermal resorts in Bulgaria, where you will be able to fully relax, forget about all the troubles and improve your own health. We will tell you about the hot springs in Bulgaria, where you can have a good rest, having only positive emotions and relaxation.


Thermal pool in Hisar resort

We will start presenting the thermal resorts of Bulgaria from the most famous place located near Plovdiv - Hisara. There are a large number of clinics, which are located on the territory with 22 mineral springs. The local water temperature is + 37 ... 52 ° С. The air here is incredibly clean, treatment for many diseases is offered:

  • urological ;
  • cardiovascular ;
  • gynecological ;
  • endocrine;
  • neurological.

The resort also solves problems with the digestive system and musculoskeletal system. In Hisarya, you will find many spa hotels and balneological clinics that offer relaxation in mineral baths, enjoy aromatherapy, thalassotherapy, seaweed wraps, light therapy, ultrasound, acupuncture, all kinds of massages, herbal medicine, as well as local healing mud.

You can stay at the Augusta Spa Hotel 3 *, in the rooms of which mineral water flows from all taps. Single suite with 2 meals a day will cost 2300 rubles.

Spa Hotel Hissar 4 * is also often chosen. It surprises with its green territory, a large selection of spa programs. The cost of living together with the treatment program costs on average 6000-7500 rubles.

You can get to the resort from Plovdiv by bus from Hebros Bus Ltd. It runs every 4 hours and takes 60 minutes. Check the schedule on hebrosbus. om. When traveling with small children, it is much more convenient to order a transfer.


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