Wed, Jun 19 2013
Bring back the bone or Sliven will face Divine wrath, priest says.
Interest among tourists who come to venerate the relics cited as justification for the spending.
Spiritual beliefs meet skepticism about the purported discovery of relics of John the Baptist in Sozopol. Let the archeologists argue; historians may remind that relics always were about making money.
A settlement dating back about 7000 years has been discovered near the village of Ivanovo, municipality of Shoumen.
The tax, levied on hotel owners, is calculated based on occupancy rate in the hotel, but assumes that at least 30 per cent of a hotel's rooms are booked at all times.
Most will be from Romania, followed by Greeks, then Serbians, Macedonians and Montenegrins.
Despite the warmer weather, this past winter’s record snowfall will enable the resort to offer skiing until mid-April.
'How much longer must this madness go on?' ask UK airlines worried that planned increase will kill jobs and quash tourism-led recovery.
Foreign and Bulgarian tourists victim of debt row at a Pamporovo hotel, Foreign Ministry intervenes after another tour group delayed in Morocco, and Bulgarian arrested in Serbia for forging receipts for payment for tour group.