Croatia’s capital Zagreb has been named as one of Europe’s top places to invest in property.
The chart of 20 cities, with Zagreb ranking 5th, was compiled by the Global Property Guide, and published by the Daily Telegraph.
According to the UK daily newspaper, Zagreb’s advantages are strong tourist rental market and moderate taxes, while its disadvantages are multiple foreign ownership limits, moderate to high transaction costs, and unstable economy.
Hungary’s capital Budapest was ranked first on the list. It is followed by Skopje, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Zagreb, Tallinn, Berlin, Rome, Riga, Chisinau, Warsaw, Bucharest, Bratislava, Ljubljana, Vienna, Brussels, Sophia, Prague, Helsinki and Paris.