Bulgaria’s strengths for digital nomads.

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Just as opening your business there is a good idea, so being a digital nomad is too. Bulgaria has many advantages for the digital nomad. Here are the reasons that explain it: The first,


  • The low cost of living: Bulgaria is known to be one of the countries with the lowest cost of living in the European Union. Whether it’s for getting around, eating, clothing, everything is affordable. Covering basic needs per month requires less than 700 BGN or 360 euros. Except for emergencies or exaggerated expenses. Of course, to this amount you will have to add a surplus in the event that you choose to live in the capital. Then we have,


  • The low cost of rentals: Just like the cost of living, rentals in Bulgaria are just as affordable. The average rental price in the four corners of the country is 436 euros (852 BGN). The minimum price: 255.95 € (500 BGN). The maximum price: 767.86 € (1500 BGN). After,


  • Coworking spaces: in recent years, coworking spaces have exploded in response to the needs of local and international digital nomads. They generally serve as incubators for start-ups and remote positions for freelancers and digital nomads. They are found in several cities of the territory. These cities are Varna, Sofia, Bansko, Plovdiv. A site where you could find these spaces: https://www.coworker.com/bulgaria. It should especially be noted that they do not cost much to access them. In third place,


  • Good connection quality: In Bulgaria, the average download speed is 15.6Mbps. It is therefore one of the 20 countries with the best internet connection in all of Europe. Free Wi-Fi is also available in many public areas. Not to mention the cafes and restaurants. To continue we have,


  • Tax benefits for foreign workers: this is one of the reasons why the majority of expats choose Bulgaria. The income of each natural person is subject to the flat rate of 10% in Bulgaria. Next,


  • Possibility of obtaining an extended residence permit: All non-EU foreign citizens must obtain a long-term D visa before the start of the application process. It is valid for a maximum of 1 year. Since Bulgaria is not a member of the Schengen but rather of the European Union, a visa is therefore not required for EU residents. At last,


  • Tourism: Bulgaria offers a variety of cultures and landscapes, bordering the Danube to the north and the Black Sea to the east, where beautiful coves are hidden. Many walks and hikes await nature lovers, especially the plots of Rila and Pirin in the magnificent forest and lake environment. Bulgaria is full of sumptuous mountainous landscapes, coupled with magnificent beaches, there are also archaeological sites, it is a country rich in history.


Bulgaria is not yet a popular tourist destination in Europe. It remains an unrecognized destination due to the language barrier despite its strengths. You should not hesitate to venture there, you will not be disappointed. Do you see it as the next digital nomad destination?


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