OREANDA-NEWS. Due to the deterioration of the epidemiological situation in Bulgaria, on October 24, new antiquarian restrictions will be introduced, which will also apply to foreign tourists. This information appeared on the website of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR).

So, visiting public places will be possible only if there is a "green certificate" indicating that a person has either been vaccinated, or has had a coronavirus, or has a negative PCR test result. This rule does not apply to persons under the age of 18.

According to the decree of the Ministry of Health, documents must be provided at the entrance to hotels, spa complexes and salons, restaurants, nightclubs, cinemas, theaters, museums, gyms, swimming pools, shopping centers, shops with an area of ​​more than 300 square meters, as well as for visiting excursions.

It is noted that travelers vaccinated with the Russian drug "Sputnik V" will also be able to visit the listed places by providing a corresponding certificate in English.

Earlier in October, ATOR revealed the average cost of a ticket to Bulgaria for the New Year - for example, a ski tour will cost at least 47 thousand rubles for two. The price includes accommodation in a three-star hotel with breakfast only meals. According to experts, Bulgaria will become a popular destination in the winter season, since most of the ski resorts in Europe remain inaccessible to Russians.