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What do expats in SOPRON appreciate most about the local culture?

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We asked expats and digital nomads what they appreciate the most about the local culture in SOPRON. They wrote...

"Expats in Sopron, Hungary, often appreciate the city's rich history and architecture, which is beautifully preserved and reflects various periods from the Middle Ages to the Baroque era. They also value the local wine culture, as Sopron is known for its excellent wines, particularly its reds. The locals' warm hospitality and friendliness are also highly appreciated by expats, making them feel welcomed and integrated into the community. The city's vibrant cultural scene, with numerous festivals, concerts, and exhibitions throughout the year, is another aspect that expats enjoy. They also appreciate the high quality of life in Sopron, with its clean, safe environment and excellent healthcare facilities. The city's location, close to the Austrian border, is also a plus for expats, offering easy access to both Hungarian and Austrian cultures," remarked another expat who made the move to SOPRON, Hungary.

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