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Overconstruction Brings Down Prices In Bulgarias Resorts Significantly

Over-construction of coastal resorts is a fact and represents major setback to the development of Bulgaria’s resorts, head of the National Tourism Board Georgi Gergov said.

Foreigners pay 120 euro for a week-long vacation, Gergov said. The sum includes airport ticket, as well.

Only an inexpensive offer can compensate for the over-constructed resorts and the poor conditions there, Gergov said.

The chaotic construction in coastal and mountain resorts should end. Entrepreneurs, as well as the state lose from the lack of construction regulations, he said.

Mistakes made in the past can be corrected in case the proper infrastructure is provided and investors protect green areas in the resorts, Gergov said. Further state control is needed, as well.