Grandma Made Goulash? You May Be Due a Euro Passport

Grandma Made Goulash? You May Be Due a Euro Passport

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May 28, 2022

Most of the time, countries cut off the family tree at grandparent. A tiny few go back to great-grandparent. Italy goes so far as great-great-grandfather. And then there’s Hungary. The country quietly passed a citizenship law in 2011 that might just be the most generous citizenship-by-ancestry plan ever. If you can prove that anyone in your family tree was Hungarian...

Costa del Sol: Sun and Sea at One-Eighth the Cost of California

Costa del Sol: Sun and Sea at One-Eighth the Cost of California

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May 27, 2022

The Costa del Sol is aptly named. This stretch of Mediterranean shoreline promises 320 days of sunshine a year, making it popular with expats escaping northern Europe’s frigid winters. International communities thrive in small cities strung like pearls along the coast. This geology, flora, coastline, and bright winter sun remind me...