STARA ZAGORA MINERAL SPA WILL BECOME A YEAR ROUND RESORT
Stara Zagora Mineral Spa has a good potential for future development as an all-year-round spa resort. It is an attractive tourist destination offering excellent opportunities for relaxation throughout the year. A main reason for this is the modern tourist accommodation built over the past few years, said the Mayer of Stara Zagora - Evgenii Jelev. The resort is situated approximately 10 km away from the city of Stara Zagora.
Stara Zagora Mineral Spa has been attracting more and more tourists over the past 2-3 years, hotel owners say. Peter Lambov, the manager of the four-star hotel Izvor, announced that half of the visitors are Bulgarians and the rest of them are from the European countries.
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