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Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast remains without British tourists for now

Sunny Beach resort
Photo: Daniela Kostadinova

Bulgaria has not been included yet in Britain’s list of countries exempt from mandatory quarantine. That is why many British tourists have cancelled their bookings for holiday in Bulgaria. The citizens of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are still subject to mandatory fourteen-day quarantine upon their entry into Bulgaria. Most hotels on Sunny Beach coastal resort rely mainly on British tourists and remain closed for now. However, hotel owners are hoping to attract German, Romanian and Polish tourists this summer. The hotels undertook all necessary measures to make sure their guests enjoy a peaceful and safe sea vacation.

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