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The season is coming to an end, tourists do not! In Bulgaria began to come... VIDEO

While on the Northern Black Sea coast they started to close hotels because of the lack of tourists, in the south they are thinking about extending the tourist season. A week after the opening of the market and the abolition of the mandatory 14-day quarantine, Bulgaria accepted the first 200 tourists from Belarus, Nova TV informed.
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ado.slave ('adoceanblitzbgvppmqmhred', {myMaster: '32krqyjgbc4z5Sigp3zu1zeyf3dx9g_PSWM02Cjdcel.s7'}); On September 1, the mandatory quarantine and the mandatory PCR test for Belarusian citizens entering our country was abolished. This enabled the tourism industry to take a breather at the end of the season.

“Because the beginning was really terrible, I had lost all hopes of Belarus. Thanks to the joint efforts, however, mostly of our Ministry of Tourism, this happened”, commented Todor Kamarashev, who is a tour operator.

On a flight from Minsk in Burgas landed the first 190 tourists. They will stay in hotels in Sunny Beach, Nessebar, Sveti Vlas and Sozopol. Guests say that they were looking forward to Bulgaria opening its borders.

“We could not fly anywhere from March until now. We are very happy that Bulgaria has opened its border so that we can rest because it is already cool with us”, Elena says.

“I am in Bulgaria for the first time. My very good friend told me that here is great for a holiday,” Yevgeny commented. The citizens of Belarus are calm that the hotels in Bulgaria apply sufficiently secure conditions for holidays

“I think Bulgaria is a reliable country”, says Elena. This is why the tour operator expects four more planes from Minsk to arrive in Burgas by the end of September. Thus, while the north close hotels, in the south the tourist season will be extended until at least the beginning of October. That would have compensated for at least a little huge losses due to the coronavirus.

“Because as much as we welcome people from Belarus and Ukraine, the decline in our company will be up to 90%. On average we have welcomed 60 thousand tourists per season, this year I do not know if we will welcome 6”, Todor Kamarashev said.