Bulgaria is moving to become the country with the most data visualization in the world, a new report says.
The report, titled “Bulgaria is Becoming a Global Leader in Data Visualization,” is based on an extensive survey of more than 3,000 Bulgarian businesses and institutions.
The results, which cover all industries from media and marketing to the education sector, show that Bulgaria has made a leap forward in data visualization in the last year.
The country, which was ranked number 10 on a ranking of countries by Gartner, is moving from an image-heavy, data-heavy era to a data-driven one.
In 2015, the country ranked ninth, behind Singapore, Israel, Hong Kong and Taiwan, according to the report.
A year later, it moved up four spots to 14th place, while it also became the world’s most-frequently visited country by travelers, according the report’s authors.
In 2016, the United States took the lead for top tourist destination, topping the country by a whopping 5.2 million visitors, the report said.
In the last 12 months, Bulgaria’s number of visitors to the country jumped by 2.3 million, the authors said.
Sofia is a small city in the heart of the Bulgarian countryside, where it is the capital of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
The city has a population of over 20 million and a high density of tourism, which attracted around 7.6 million people in 2016.
The main attraction in Sofia, however, is the city’s iconic Sofia Bridge, a 1,717-foot (300 meters) structure that spans the River Vistula, and has become a popular attraction for travelers from all over the world.
The Sofia River is often referred to as the Black Sea of Bulgaria.
In addition to the city, Sofia has several other popular attractions including the historic city center, the historic and beautiful city, the city of Varna, the world-famous Vasa River, and the magnificent city of Palmyra.
Bulgaria’s top 20 destinations according to Gartners The most popular destinations in Bulgaria in 2016 were Sofia (9th), Budapest (11th), Sofia airport (10th), and Sofia castle (10), followed by Sofia’s historic city of Riga (13th), Varna (16th), Palmyra (19th), Baku (20th), Bucharest (22nd), and Tbilisi (24th).
For 2016, Bulgaria ranked second in the GartNER Travel Index (GSTI) for the highest-performing cities and second for the lowest-performing countries.
Sofias highest ranking was second in 2016 for tourism, behind the U.S., but it was far behind other European countries.
In 2017, the GPTI ranked Bulgaria second for high quality of life, after Dubai, ahead of New York City.
The second highest ranking cities were Bucharest and Baku, which ranked second and fourth, respectively, in 2016, respectively.
In 2018, Sofias number one ranking was tied with New York for the second most-visited city in Europe, behind London.
In 2019, the most visited city was Sofia and it ranked second, behind Vienna.
In 2020, the second highest-rated cities were Sofias capital Sofia City and the capital city of the state of Rumania, both in Sofias top three.
In 2021, Sofios number two ranking was ranked first in the United Nations, behind New York, but ahead of Paris, Berlin, and Madrid.
In 2022, the number of tourists to Bulgaria increased by 5.6 percent, and in 2023, the numbers of tourists increased by 6.2 percent, the new report said, adding that Bulgaria ranked first overall for tourism in 2019.
The number of hotel rooms increased by 3.5 percent, according a 2016 study by the tourism institute of Bulgaria, and a new study released in 2018 showed that the number in 2019 was 6.4 percent higher than the same year in 2020.
In 2023 alone, Bulgaria added 7.3 percent more than in 2016 and 11.3% more than the previous year, according Garters report.
The new report was based on Gartnor’s data from the first quarter of 2020.
The survey was conducted by the International Tourism Institute and the Institute of Technology, Bulgaria, which is one of the three universities in SofIA.
The study was published in a research paper titled “The World of Data: Bulgaria and the Future of Tourism.”
The survey surveyed 2,859 business leaders from more than 70 countries and industries, and was completed in December 2017.
The researchers surveyed 4,813 employees at over 2,000 companies.
The research was carried out by the Sofia Business School.
The Gartnner survey was funded by the G-P Foundation, the European Commission, and EU institutions