Bulgaria

Top 10 Plovdiv Hotels in Bulgaria

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For today's article I've decided to take a look on average hotel price in Bulgaria's Plovdiv and also list TOP 10 hotels there based on Booking.com recommendations. Now, just recently I booked my first flight to Sofia (capital of Bulgaria), after that I made some "investigation" what to expect in Bulgaria and crafted an article: Planing a Trip to Bulgaria - Hotels, Car Rental, Things to Do, Places to visit and Let's Buy a House There. In that article I talking about many topics, but one of…


Top 10 Hotels in Sofia (Bulgaria)

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Just recently I booked my first flight to Sofia (capital of Bulgaria), after that I made some "investigation" what to expect in Bulgaria and crafted an article: Planing a Trip to Bulgaria - Hotels, Car Rental, Things to Do, Places to visit and Let's Buy a House There In that article I talking about many topics, but one of the first I'm looking to have in Sofia is a nice hotel room (hopefully with a nice view). I don't find 5-star or luxury hotels in Sofia beeing out of my league, seems there…


What Is Minimum Wage In European Union 2015

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A year ago I created a blog post about minimum wages in European Union in 2014, that post generated a lot of views (more than 20,000 page views) and some buzz (got shared on Facebook, Reddit, and many other websites) Update: Minimum Wages in European Union 2018 I decided to look back and compare how does minimum wage has changed in European Union member countries a year later (2015) Minimum wage in European Union 2015 In short - minimum wage has been increased almost in every country,…


Minimum Wages in European Union 2014

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The minimum wage is set by the government as the minimum standard of guaranteed income (hourly/monthly) that a worker should receive for the work he/she performs. In 2014, there were 22 countries out of 28 in European Union, which had their national minimum wages set. 6 countries out of 28 have no minimum wage set by the government at all, but they have some collective bargaining agreements. Countries that don't have a minimum wage set by the government in European Union - Austria, Denmark,…


Georgia Plans To Have Full membership in EU in 5-10 Years (2014)

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Recently Georgia signed Association Agreement with EU, which includes Free Trade Agreement with the EU as well. Georgian Politicians were so happy, that they rushed to announce some great plans - and so the MP of Georgia announced, that Georgia is eager to have full EU membership in the next 5-10 years.  So far so good.  On the other hand, the newly elected president of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has already announced, that he is not willing to see any enlargement in European…


Small Economies, Big Differences: Comparing the 10 Smallest Economies in the European Union (2012)

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The European Union, with 28 member states and a population reaching over 500 million, may sound like the world's largest economy when viewed as a whole. In 2012, the EU's GDP was $16.6 trillion. But let's break things down and take a closer look at what makes up the European Union. In this article, I will talk about the smallest economies in the EU. The Smallest economies of the European Union: I decided to call an economy small if its Gross Domestic Product is less than $100 billion. In…