Despite the pandemic, property prices in the Veliko Tarnovo area are rising. Contrary to initial expectations, the real estate market was not severely affected during the pandemic year.
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The epidemic situation made many people think of their rural properties, and some even chose to relocate and work from there. The question is will this trend continue after the coronavirus crisis is over? Thousands of people have returned to their village homes hoping to protect themselves from the coronavirus. These are mainly the elderly, who fall into the most at-risk group, as well as people with freelance professions who have houses in the countryside.
The early Spring evening sky of Veliko Tarnovo, over the historic River Yantra Gorge and Statue of The Asens, exploded into an eruption of powerful spotlights, piercing Lasers, strobe lights and sound and music last night.
This is just a dress rehearsal for the evening celebrations of Veliko Tarnovo holiday on Thursday 22nd March.
|Spotlights pick at the old revival Bulgarian houses
on the edge of The River Yantra
Photo property of Yantra Homes not to be
re-produced without prior permission
The rehearsal pleased local Veliko Turnovo residents and tourists who were lucky enough to be on the old historical Gurko Street, where typical old Bulgaria property built during the renaissance and pre-revival period nestle precariously on the cliff slopes and little streets by the river gorge.
This again shows what Veliko Tarnovo municipality are doing to arouse interest in this most historic town and region with numerous eco tourist attractions and cultural centres, towns and villages. Another attraction also to support a decision to buy a Real Estate in Bulgaria. Either a holiday home in Bulgaria or permanent living space in a Bulgarian property.