Tourism in Bulgaria is one of the main sectors of the Bulgarian economy

Holidays in Bulgaria with children

Holidays in Bulgaria with children are in constant demand among Russian tourists. The infrastructure of local resorts, the sea and beaches are somewhat reminiscent of Turkey, only trips to Bulgaria will be cheaper, and the flight will take less time, which is important for families with small children. Resting in another country with a baby is always stressful, but in the case of Bulgaria it is minimal. Since the local climate is an improved version of the Russian one, no acclimatization is expected.

Climatotherapy is one of the most convenient, pleasant and safe methods of treatment. Natural factors play a decisive role in choosing a climatic resort: temperature, humidity, the presence of the sea, solar activity, etc. The main procedures are aerotherapy (air baths), heliotherapy (sunbathing), swimming and outdoor activities. Sea salts and other trace elements contained in water and air are useful for children with weak immunity, frequent respiratory diseases, disorders of the nervous system, endocrine diseases.

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Beach Vacation

Golden Sands, Sunny Beach, Albena are the most popular family resorts in Bulgaria. These resorts are popular with parents for their gentle slope to the water, fine golden sand, wide coastline, warm sea with a safe bottom suitable for bathing toddlers, attractions, playgrounds and animation.

Weather is an important factor when choosing Bulgarian resorts. There is no unbearable heat here, as in many other southern countries.

The biggest troubles during rest can be algae, jellyfish and aquatic insects, shaped like caterpillars. The invasion of both the first, and the second, and the third is still a temporary, seasonal phenomenon, and sometimes it does not occur at all. They can usually be found in August.

Food

Not all Bulgarian hotels can boast of excellent service, so fruits served at the hotel must be washed before use, not to mention those bought on the market. Juices in Bulgaria are not always a freshly squeezed orange, but often a chemical concentrate. You also need to pay attention to compliance with sanitary standards. If all the tourists take bread with their hands, and the dishes are poorly washed, then the "mildest" option for further developments is an upset stomach.

Holidays in Bulgaria with children

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.

Tourism has also recovered with the increase in the purchasing power of the Bulgarian population. Tourists from Romania, Serbia and Russia began to return to the Black Sea coast, and new ones began to arrive - from Germany and Great Britain. Russian tourists also returned to the resorts in the Balkan Mountains and new ones began to come - from Greece. For residents of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, it turned out to be cheaper to relax on the Adriatic. Although many of them willingly go to Bulgaria, their number is still lower. Even some residents of the Scandinavian countries come to the Black Sea coast.

Black Sea Tourism in Bulgaria

The entire eastern border of Bulgaria - 394 km - runs along the Black Sea. It is significantly less salty 18 ‰ than the Mediterranean 38 ‰ and the World Ocean 35 ‰. The concentration of chlorine anions Cl - in coastal water - 9. g/L in Sozopol and Ahtopol, 9. g/L in Primorsko and 9. g/L in Tsarevo; iodine - 3 mg/L in Shabla and 1. g/L in Krapets. Chlorine and iodine anions, in combination with sea salt and sunlight, have a strong antiseptic and firming effect on the skin and help in the treatment of dermatoses. Early in the morning, before sunrise, the air on the seashore is saturated with iodine vapors and negative air ions, which have a strong antiseptic and strengthening effect on the lungs and help in the treatment of respiratory diseases. Knee-deep walks in the sea help in the treatment of varicose veins. The dynamic pressure of waves while staying in the sea up to the waist or up to the chest, like swimming, has a beneficial strengthening effect on the musculoskeletal, nervous systems and the gastrointestinal tract and helps in the treatment of their diseases. Sea water on the Bulgarian coast is warmest in August - +21 on average. o C in Shabla, +22. o C in Varna and +23. about C in Burgas.

Children's holidays in Bulgaria: where and when to go, especially for families with children in Bulgaria. Children's camps and programs for teenagers' recreation. Detailed information about children's holidays in Bulgaria from the

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★ 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 friend. Bulgaria is a particularly popular tourist destination for holidays, Black Sea, mountains, cultural, archaeological and speleotourism.

The development of tourism 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 the pilgrimage, the Bulgarians made shopping excursions to Dubrovnik, Constantinople, Bucharest, Vienna and Budapest.

Happy birthday of organized tourism in Bulgaria on August 27, 1895 when, after climbing the Cherni-Vrah peak of the Vitosha massif, a club of Bulgarian tourists was created - the Forerunner of the modern Bulgarian Union of Tourists. this happened on the initiative of Aleko Konstantinov.

From the end of World War II to the collapse of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria developed along the socialist path. after the Balkan Federation of Bulgaria with access to the southern coast of the Black Sea and the picturesque landscapes of the Balkan Mountains was not held due to the gap between Stalin and Tito, the Balkan Federation of Bulgaria was the most suitable for tourism in a socialist country. In the period from the 1960s to the 1990s, departmental "rest houses", a mountain and sea station for mass tourism and the development of tourist infrastructure are being actively built in Bulgaria. the government took care of and actively encourages all types of mass tourism, pioneers, Komsomol members, labor collectives, etc., almost always focusing on "the role of the BKP in organizing the leisure of workers." The People's Republic of Bulgaria is a very popular tourist destination for residents of the GDR, Poland, Czechoslovakia and the USSR.

November 10, 1989 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, for 37 years, who led Socialist Bulgaria. 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 to stop funding for lost state-owned enterprises impact on departmental "holiday homes" and tourist activities for groups. cottages and the station began to be broken and plundered. some of them, such as in fact, have not recovered until now. With a general drop in the standard of living of the population, the number of visits to tourist sites has decreased. several wealthy citizens prioritized areas for the Iron Curtain just fell.

At the beginning of the 21st century, Bulgaria's production and economic relations market was adjusted and the Bulgarian economy is working again. the tourism industry, like most industries in the country, has changed dramatically. instead of large houses and plots for mass tourism, thousands of private hotels and restaurants were opened throughout the country, not just on the Black Sea coast. Bulgarian communities understood the importance of tourism for the economic development of their regions and began to develop their tourism potential - to renovate old and build new museums and attractions, to develop a road network, to improve tourist routes in the mountains, placing information boards, tourist markings, gazebos for recreation, etc. ... the tourism industry became 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 - and the European one.

With the increase in the purchasing power of the population of Bulgaria, tourism has also recovered. tourists from Romania, Serbia and Russia began to arrive on the Black Sea coast, and new Germany and Great Britain began to arrive. Russian tourists are also returning to the resorts in the Balkan Mountains and new Greeks have begun to arrive. for residents of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, it was cheaper to relax on the Adriatic. although many of them are ready to travel to Bulgaria, their number is even lower. even some residents of the Scandinavian countries come to the Black Sea coast.

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