Bulgaria 'Great Country for Rest and Stay' - Russian Website
A great many people are willing to acquire properties in Bulgaria, a local news outlet in Novosibirsk, south-central Russia, has said.
This is "the right choice", the brief report explains, pointing to several reasons to explain and to place focus on the ancient town (and now popular resort) of Nessebar in particular.
Property secures a means of low-risk investment, especially in terms of inflation, and in Bulgaria this is combined with the prospect of purchasing real estate at a lower price "than in other countries," Tayga.info suggests.
Tranquility, low crime rates and a relatively preserved environment also add to the appeal, alongside the fact that it doesn't take too much money to live here.
Seaside properties, on the other hand, are considered "a piece of heaven", Tayga adds.
It sets the example of the Black Sea town of Nessebar, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which combines respite with cultural tourism due to its specific history and geography. Nessebar's Old town is described as something like "Bulgaria's main museum" since it draws a lot of tourists from across the globe.
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"They have certainly raised the cultural tone along the coast ! ".......Bahahahaha!!!!!!!!! OMG, you're kidding, right? They couldn't raise the "cultural tone" anywhere! Thanks for my laugh of the day. You obviously haven't met any Russian tourists outside of Russia. I have, in afew countries and they are all crass, vulgar, ill mannered and obnoxious. No-one likes them, but they'll take their money.
The only reason that Russians own some 300,000 odd properties in BG is because they were encouraged and allowed to by their fellow comrades in BG - not because they are "successful capitalists". It's simply brown-nosing to big brother for their self serving interest. The Russian trojan horse is part of the grand plan and working quietly in the background. Very dangerous. It will all backfire on Bulgaria in the future.
Seedy & his numerous alias posts on this site obviously didn't receive the memo; probably lost in the mail..
Russians have been successful capitalists since 1991, which explains why, in such a short time, over 300,000 Russians own properties in Bg. They have certainly raised the cultural tone along the coast !
If you believe that the Russians are clever at the capitalism, just you wait for the new Chinese middle-class to arrive in Bg !