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Spa offers are the hit on the tourism market for New Year holidays.

Anita Valentinova, source:expert.bg, 04.11.2008

Mr.Blagoi Ragin, the Chairman of the Bulgarian Hotels & Restaurant Association reported Radio Focus that Spa tourism will be the hit for Christmas and New Year Holidays.

According to him, besides well-known balneology destinations such as Hissar, Velingrad and Sandanski, spa package holidays will be also offered in the hottest Black Sea resorts -Albena, Sunny Beach and Golden Sands. All Spa centers have a lot to offer for the forthcoming Christmas holidays and many hotels in Bulgarian sea resorts will offer reasonable prices. Veliko Tarnovo is also attractive destination due to the variety of cultural landmarks and its cozy traditional Bulgarian atmosphere. Zlatograd also emphasize its cultural and historical must-see places. Sofia, Bulgarian capital, one of the fastest-growing European business cities, has a lot to offer. Holiday sensation can be simply perfect owing to all winter emotions which Borovets, Pamporovo, Bansko, Smolyan and Chepelare can provide for your complete relaxation.

Mr.Ragin attended a conference of World Hotel Association in Mexico and told Radio Focus that the new president promised to attend the 50th anniversary in Sunny Beach. Balkan Association of Hotels will award Velingrad the prize “Spa capital of the Balkan Peninsula”. Nessebar and Sunny Beach will be also handed honorary diplomas. The event will be included in the calendar of and it will be a subject to all world media. A new image of Bulgarian tourism will be created. According to Mr.Ragin, the tourism sector aims to reach a rise of the incomes by 20% by the end of the year. It is 17 % for the first 10 months of 2008.
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