The city’s affordability, relaxed pace and expanding IT sector is tempting back young emigrants facing uncertainty abroad due to issues such as Brexit
In Plovdiv, Bulgaria, locals are taking long, leisurely walks along the main pedestrian street. Nearby is the Dzhumaya mosque with its mix of Byzantine and Old Bulgarian architectural styles. The unhurried atmosphere is typical of the laidback character of Plovdiv, one of Europe’s oldest continuously inhabited cities.
It is this relaxed pace of life, combined with affordable living expenses and the city’s expanding IT sector, that is attracting a new type of citizen to the city: young Bulgarian returnees disillusioned with life abroad.
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