Burgas city guide

Burgas city guide
Every time someone talks about Burgas they sound like they have a gun pointed at them. It’s like in those mental health institutions in the movies. You have to say: everything is fine, else you get electrocuted. “Burgas is so peaceful, there is no crime, no drugs; The cost of living is very low and the city is beautiful; I’d say it’s the most European city in Bulgaria; Very prosperous and clean; We’re having so much fun here, we made so many friends; This park is the best park I’ve ever seen. Life is great!”. Stockholm syndrome at its finest. Jokes aside, Burgas is exactly like that: a giant retirement home. That is a good comparison as many Europeans decide to spend their golden years here. Burgas is cheap and quiet with the bonus of being a sea resort. The climate is not to...
Burgas city guide

Sofia city guide

Sofia city guide
It's been a while since I heard someone asking about "internet cafes" in 21st century Europe. Bulgaria is a bit behind in development, especially compared to other members of the Union. But it's catching up quickly, rapidly even as you can see in its capital Sofia, which went through a lot of renovation works and new construction projects lately. Statistics claim that 6 Bulgarians become millionaires every month. They're still one of the poorest countries, with the lowest salaries, but they're on the verge of joining the Schengen and Eurozone as soon as possible. Also known as "the Silicon Valley of Eastern Bloc", Bulgaria is becoming a major partner for companies looking to outsou rce their workforce, alongside China and India. Giants like Google, Facebook and Apple are fighting for offi...
Sofia city guide
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