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Veliko Tarnovo And Burgas - The Most Livable Bulgarian Cities

Society | March 17, 2014, Monday // 12:44| Views: 1774 | Comments: 2
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Bulgaria: Veliko Tarnovo And Burgas - The Most Livable Bulgarian Cities Photo: Burgas Municipality

Veliko Tarnovo and Burgas are the best Bulgarian cities to live in in 2013.

For the first time in the seven years of the competition, organized by Bulgaria's national radio Darik and the 24 Chasa daily newspaper, two cities are tied for the top spot. Both cities got an equal number of points in the 20 criteria. 

Veliko Tarnovo is winning the prize “Best City To Live In” for the first time, while for Burgas this is the third occasion. The seaside city won the prize in 2012, as well. 

The special prize for “Fastest Developing City” went to the seaside resort town Nesebar. It boasts high fertility rate, large number of weddings and fast development. 

The “Best City Outside Bulgaria” went to the Serbian town Dimitrovgrad. 

Bulgaria's capital Sofia won the prizes “Best Business City” and “City With Best Cultural Life”. The seaside city of Varna got the prize “City With Best Outlook”, thanks to the development of its tourist zone and the plans for the enlargement of its port. The “Greenest City” award went to Kyustendil.

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madoods - 25 Mar 2014 // 19:10:40

Judging by the number of shops I was told have been closing down in Veliko Tarnovo over the last year it is not one of the best places to do business in though

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Moscow Wolf - 25 Mar 2014 // 12:59:04

It might have been a far more interesting article if the author had taken a moment to explain what the 20 points in the voting were based on?

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