News tagged with "tourism"
- Experts: International tourism could plunge by up to 80% this yearAdministrator • 2020-05-08 00:30:06The number of international tourists could drop by 60 to 80 percent in 2020 under the influence of the coronavirus pandemic. This was announced today by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNTO), quoted by France Press. At the end of March, it was betting on a drop in the range of 20 to 30 percent.
- Turkey's tourism revenues are significantly reducedAdministrator • 2020-05-01 05:30:17Turkey's tourism revenues in the first quarter of 2020 fell 11.4 percent from the same period the previous year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Anadolu Agency reported, citing data from the Turkish Statistical Institute.
- Nightmare forecast for tourism in EuropeAdministrator • 2020-04-30 15:30:17EU tourism could lose half this year's turnover, European Commission figures quoted by Vice President Vera Jourova, according to European agencies.
- The Tourism Board pointed out the realistic start of the summer season in BulgariaAdministrator • 2020-04-30 11:30:17We are witnessing a realistic plan in the field of tourism and are preparing for a late but possible summer season from 1 July. This is what Polina Karastoyanova, executive director of the National Tourism Board, said in the show “Plus Minus”.
- The National Tourism Board announced the two sea options this yearAdministrator • 2020-04-28 15:30:06There are two options for starting the summer tourist season in Bulgaria this summer, which the National Board of Tourism has discussed with the National Operations Headquarters.
- Greece with new rules for tourismAdministrator • 2020-04-28 05:30:18Overcrowded pools and beaches, as well as tourist buses crowded with commuters, will not be a common picture in this tourist season in Greece, nor elsewhere in the EU, writes the British in. The Guardian.
- EU tourism ministers agree 'passport COVID-19', corridors discussAdministrator • 2020-04-27 21:30:18EU tourism ministers today discussed aid for the coronavirus pandemic hit, agreed to launch the so-called COVID-19 passport, and are also considering opening tourist corridors, DPA reported.
- Angelkova: Tourism is the most affected sector since the pandemicAdministrator • 2020-04-25 09:30:05“It is not true that I work against the industry and organizations, I understand the tension. The sector is one of the most affected at the moment. The condition is very severe, he was the first affected and literally currently not functioning. These two associations form part of the country's tour operators. The sector covers not only them, but also restaurateurs, hoteliers and others,” Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova told Nova TV.
Amazon buys MGM film studio for $8.45bn
Administrator • 2021-05-28 04:30:04
Radev wants verification of Belarusian firm that made “Balkan Stream” under Yantra River
Administrator • 2021-05-28 03:30:05
The management of the road agency has also been fired (renewed)
Administrator • 2021-05-28 01:30:15