CNN Travel. Silvia Marchetti. 29 July 2022
When dozens of towns across Italy started selling crumbling buildings for the cost of an espresso, people from all over the world were prompted to grab a slice of the action — and for many different reasons.
It’s not always about chasing the idyllic dream of living La Dolce Vita in a rural, sleepy village where time stands still.
For some, it’s part of a career change: a radical professional upgrade that comes with a more laid-back lifestyle.
The sale of one-euro ($1) and cheap buildings in the Sicilian town of Mussomeli is luring Argentinian doctors with Italian roots, who plan to settle in and give a new twist to their lives.
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