Stacey Dooley travels to Sunny Beach in Bulgaria, which is fast overtaking Magaluf and Kavos as the favourite party destination for young Brits. Stacey uncovers the consequences of a no-rules party scene, where alcohol has the lowest prices in Europe and bar crawls of up to 400 people dominate the strip. She sees what the young Bulgarians working on the resort really think of the British drinking culture and reveals some of the devastating consequences when things go too far.
Stacey investigates the easy access British tourists may have to illegal drugs and questions what the authorities are doing about it. In one of the poorest countries in Europe, Stacey visits a part of Sunny Beach many of the tourists don't get to see and spends time with some of the Roma Gypsy community who are blamed for much of the crime on the resort.
|Executive Producer||Mark Rubens|