Bulgaria has become a land of tourism and the Millennium Hotel is its perfect representative
Hotel Millennium at Sofia-Bulgaria
About 7 million people live in Bulgaria, an assembly of mountainous massifs, forests, lost valleys, fertile plains, lakes and rivers, bounded to the north by the broad course of the Danube and to the east by the golden beaches of the Black Sea. The relative variety of landscapes goes hand in hand with the variety of possible activities, from hiking to swimming to skiing.
Bulgaria has a natural beauty, and the archaeological and architectural heritage is surprised by its wealth. Bulgaria is a natural crossroads: between the West and the East, Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans have influenced the destiny of the country, shaping its identity through the confrontation of their languages and cultures.
All these countries have left a legacy of their passage, preserved in particular in museums. The tombs of the Thracian rulers have been classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. Minarets, still, scratch the sky, testifying to the past holder of the great Turkish neighbor.
After five centuries of Ottoman occupation, the independence, won in 1878, was expressed in the refined constructions of the “National Renaissance”. Mostly Orthodox, Bulgaria also has many churches and monasteries of great beauty, often illuminated with frescoes.
Bulgaria and tourism.
Bulgaria welcomed 5 million tourists in 2020, which places them 38th in the world in absolute terms.
It is obvious that small countries are regularly ranked lower in comparison to the absolute number of visitors. If we relate the number of tourists to the number of inhabitants of Bulgaria, we get a somewhat more comparable picture: with 0.72 tourists per capita, Bulgaria ranked 56th in the world. In Eastern Europe, in 5ᵉ place, behind Poland.
In 2020, Bulgaria generated about 1.57 billion euros in the tourism sector alone. This corresponds to 2.3% of the gross domestic product and approximately 6% of all international tourism revenues in Eastern Europe.
Bulgaria is creating high-quality hotels such as the Millennium Hotel in Sofia, which is a high-quality hotel that has nothing to envy to the hotels in Europe.
The Millennium Hotel is perfectly located, right next to the famous Vitocha pedestrian street, with its century-old trees that provide shade and protection from the summer sun and heat.
All the rooms are huge and very affordable, and the restaurants are of high quality and offer a wide range of cuisines, from the Mediterranean to Central European to fine dining at the Gallery.
The Millennium Hotel has the largest gym in Sofia and a spa of exceptional refinement. The staff of the hotel has been trained by the best hoteliers, and it shows in the service because the staff is helpful and professional.
The Millennium Hotel also has a heliport and a convention center. The rooms have exceptional views of the mountains of Sofia.
Bulgaria wants to become a leading nation in new technologies and big world companies settling in Bulgaria like IBM, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, SAP, KPMG, HP, Atos, Uber, Ubisoft and many others and the Millennium hotel offers to these big international companies the structure to organize forums and conventions