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Any permies in Bulgaria and Hungary?

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Location: Denmark/scandinavia
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Hi fellow permies. I´m currently living in Denmark but are eagerly looking at properties in both Hungary and Bulgaria. I now that I have to come visit the areas i´m interested in long term before making the final choice about where to settle. But... I've never been to either countries.
So i´m looking for some advice on land cost and the attitude towards foreigners (hungary in particular).
So what i´m a really looking for and why have I settle on those two countries?
The climate where I´ve looked seams just rigt as I would like to have hot summers and cold winters. Most properties I have looked at, has either running water or a well drilled and the cost of land with a small plot of land seems cheap to me. I´m not looking for alot of land nor do I need a huge home. So I guess somewhere between 2000 m2 and a hectare is enough. I´m looking at properties at max 20 k eur.
Would you recommend bulgaria or hungary?

Looking forward hearing from you- Simon
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