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Bulgaria – the Best Kept Tourism Secret

The Bulgarian resorts have lately outshined the sights of Istanbul. The British tourists prefer sunbathing in Sunny Beach and Golden Sands, or skiing in Bansko and Pamporovo mountain resorts in Bulgaria to sightseeing in Istanbul. Bulgaria ranks fourth among the world tourist destinations, recommended by the “Scotsman”.
Only the city of Kyoto in Japan, Morocco and South Africa rank before Bulgaria in this chart. According to the edition, Bulgaria is one of the best-kept tourism secrets in Europe.
“Now that the country is a EU member, this gem comes to light. Skiing in Bulgaria is cheaper than in the Alps and the Black Sea coast offers resorts that are especially built for the purposes of summer tourism and traditional resorts, as well as one of the best sandy beaches in Europe,” the article reads.
“The East meets the West in this charming corner of the world,” the Scotsman writes.
Istanbul, Nepal, Salvador, Nicaragua, Suriname and Iceland rank after Bulgaria on the tourist map.

Standart News 13/01/10

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