Parasols And Sun Loungers Will Become Free In Bulgaria

The Union of hotel owners in Sunny beach insisted on the abolition of fees from tourists on the beaches and promises to make sun loungers and parasols are free on all the beaches of the country.
The organization's representatives are confident that this measure will help to attract more tourists to the resort of Bulgaria. The Union also supports the operating time limit of establishments and shops in the resort of Sunny beach. It is proposed to allow to work to the stores to 22:00, bars and restaurants until 24:00. While discos restrictions will not apply.
The initiators of the innovations noted that the introduction of such measures will reduce the noise level to a minimum and facilitate the work of enforcement officers. The proposal was sent to the Ministry of tourism of Bulgaria, Prime Minister of the country and in the government of Nessebar.

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