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Guidebook for Sofia

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Guidebook for Sofia

Parks & Nature
A must-see landmark, the Monument to the Soviet Army is a nostalgic reminder of socialist times. It shows a brave soldier surrounded by hard-working members of the proletariat looking ahead to the bright future that awaits.
Knyazheska Garden
99А Bulevard "Evlogi i Hristo Georgiev"
A must-see landmark, the Monument to the Soviet Army is a nostalgic reminder of socialist times. It shows a brave soldier surrounded by hard-working members of the proletariat looking ahead to the bright future that awaits.
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鲍里斯公园
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Sveti Sedmochislenitsi Church
Sveti Sedmochislenitsi
Sveti Sedmochislenitsi Church
Small park in the city centre that is home to the National Theatre, a beautiful ballerina statue and fountain ensemble and provides a peaceful and shady place for local chess players to test their prowess against one another. There are several cafes in the park.
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City Garden
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Small park in the city centre that is home to the National Theatre, a beautiful ballerina statue and fountain ensemble and provides a peaceful and shady place for local chess players to test their prowess against one another. There are several cafes in the park.
Sofia University Botanic Garden
49 ul. "Moskovska"
Essentials
The nearest 24/7 pharmacy.
bul. "Vasil Levski" 100А
100А bul. "Vasil Levski"
The nearest 24/7 pharmacy.
24/7
Alcohol&Tabakoff Graf Ignatiev
21 ul. "Lyuben Karavelov"
24/7
Monday-Friday:07:30-23:00 Saturday: 08:00-23:00 Sunday: 08:30-22:00
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BILLA
116 ulitsa „Georgi S. Rakovski“
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Monday-Friday:07:30-23:00 Saturday: 08:00-23:00 Sunday: 08:30-22:00
Central post office
6 ул. Ген. Йосиф В. Гурко
Arts & Culture
The museum, housed in the eastern wing of the former palace, gives an insight to Bulgarian folklore and traditions including Easter eggs and breads as well as costumes from various regions. Although started in 1878, many valuable exhibits were lost during the bombing in 1944 and probably the most interesting exhibit is the beautifully carved wooden ceiling.Unfortunately as in most Bulgarian museums, there are very few, if any, English transcriptions of the exhibits. Most museums do however offer English, German, French or Russian speaking guides.
ploshtad "Knyaz Aleksandar I" 1
1 ploshtad "Knyaz Aleksandar I"
The museum, housed in the eastern wing of the former palace, gives an insight to Bulgarian folklore and traditions including Easter eggs and breads as well as costumes from various regions. Although started in 1878, many valuable exhibits were lost during the bombing in 1944 and probably the most interesting exhibit is the beautifully carved wooden ceiling.Unfortunately as in most Bulgarian museums, there are very few, if any, English transcriptions of the exhibits. Most museums do however offer English, German, French or Russian speaking guides.
The oldest museum in Bulgaria, the museum of the archaeological institute has been in its present location the ‘Bujuk (Big) Mosque’ since 1899. Its collection includes treasures, coins and pre-historical monuments from Bulgarian soil through Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Well-displayed with Bulgarian and English captions. The highlights include the Valchitran gold treasure from the 14 century BC and the original floor mosaic from St. Sofia Church.
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Archeological Museum
2 ул. Съборна
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The oldest museum in Bulgaria, the museum of the archaeological institute has been in its present location the ‘Bujuk (Big) Mosque’ since 1899. Its collection includes treasures, coins and pre-historical monuments from Bulgarian soil through Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Well-displayed with Bulgarian and English captions. The highlights include the Valchitran gold treasure from the 14 century BC and the original floor mosaic from St. Sofia Church.
Almost 2,000 artworks from the gallery’s rich fund of over 42,000 pieces by Bulgarian and foreign artists, are exhibited in 28 halls on four levels. The Bulgarian collection dates back to the 1890s, while the greater part of the foreign collection was formed in the 1980s.
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國家藝術畫廊
1 ploshtad "Knyaz Aleksandar I"
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Almost 2,000 artworks from the gallery’s rich fund of over 42,000 pieces by Bulgarian and foreign artists, are exhibited in 28 halls on four levels. The Bulgarian collection dates back to the 1890s, while the greater part of the foreign collection was formed in the 1980s.
National History Museum The National Museum of History in Sofia is one of the largest history museums on the Balkans with 650.000 items and the largest archaeological and historical archive. The Museum’s collections are its greatest treasure. They comprise materials from Prehistoric ages till our days.
Boyana Residence
National History Museum The National Museum of History in Sofia is one of the largest history museums on the Balkans with 650.000 items and the largest archaeological and historical archive. The Museum’s collections are its greatest treasure. They comprise materials from Prehistoric ages till our days.
Sightseeing
Named after St. Alexander Nevski, a Russian Tsar who saved Russia from invading Swedish troops in 1240 and the patron saint of Tsar Alexander II, who was also referred to as Bulgaria’s Tsar Osvoboditel (Liberator), since it was his troops that finally brought about Bulgaria’s liberation from Ottoman rule. The foundation stone of Sofia’s biggest church was laid in 1882. Built between 1904-1912 in the Neo Byzantine style, typical for Russian churches in the 19th century, the cathedral is 76 metres long and 53 metres wide and is said to hold up to 7000 people. It covers an area of 2600 square metres. Find time to visit the crypt under the cathedral with its fascinating collection of icons.
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Cathedral Saint Aleksandar Nevski
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Named after St. Alexander Nevski, a Russian Tsar who saved Russia from invading Swedish troops in 1240 and the patron saint of Tsar Alexander II, who was also referred to as Bulgaria’s Tsar Osvoboditel (Liberator), since it was his troops that finally brought about Bulgaria’s liberation from Ottoman rule. The foundation stone of Sofia’s biggest church was laid in 1882. Built between 1904-1912 in the Neo Byzantine style, typical for Russian churches in the 19th century, the cathedral is 76 metres long and 53 metres wide and is said to hold up to 7000 people. It covers an area of 2600 square metres. Find time to visit the crypt under the cathedral with its fascinating collection of icons.
The beautiful building of the city’s former mineral baths is now the Museum of Sofia, forming a backdrop to the lovely park with a fountain where locals line up to fill up free hot mineral water.
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Regional History Museum - Sofia
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The beautiful building of the city’s former mineral baths is now the Museum of Sofia, forming a backdrop to the lovely park with a fountain where locals line up to fill up free hot mineral water.
The Boyana Church, in the eponymous Sofia suburb at the foot of Mt. Vitosha, is one of the few complete and perfectly preserved mediaeval monuments testifying to the significant contribution of Bulgarian monumental painting to European culture in the Middle Ages. Property Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 under № 42
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Boyana Church Museum
3 ул. Боянско езеро
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The Boyana Church, in the eponymous Sofia suburb at the foot of Mt. Vitosha, is one of the few complete and perfectly preserved mediaeval monuments testifying to the significant contribution of Bulgarian monumental painting to European culture in the Middle Ages. Property Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 under № 42
Ideally located in the centre of Sofia close to the old (and still partially dilapidated) mineral baths, this brick building was built in 1576 and named after the mineral baths. It is the only working mosque in Sofia and the muezzin calls the worshippers to prayer every day with a loudspeaker on the minaret (a decision has recently been taken to reduce the volume as it disturbs those who live in the vicinity!). Around 700 worshippers can fit into the mosque, the whole area around which is particulary lively on Fridays when the service inside the mosque is broadcast on the loudspeaker for those who cannot fit inside. Prayer times: 13.30; 15.30; 20.45
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班亚巴什清真寺
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Ideally located in the centre of Sofia close to the old (and still partially dilapidated) mineral baths, this brick building was built in 1576 and named after the mineral baths. It is the only working mosque in Sofia and the muezzin calls the worshippers to prayer every day with a loudspeaker on the minaret (a decision has recently been taken to reduce the volume as it disturbs those who live in the vicinity!). Around 700 worshippers can fit into the mosque, the whole area around which is particulary lively on Fridays when the service inside the mosque is broadcast on the loudspeaker for those who cannot fit inside. Prayer times: 13.30; 15.30; 20.45
Ancient Serdika Open Museum
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ploshtad "Nezavisimost"
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Ancient Serdika Open Museum
Built in 1907 by the Austrian architects Helmer & Felner, the National Theatre is one of the most ornate buildings in Sofia. The 40 metre high façade, is fronted by a large pediment, supported on six white marble columns, depicting Apollo and the muses. The twin towers that rise up behind are crowned with sculptures of the goddess Nike.The interior was destroyed by fire in 1923, and restored again six years later increasing the theatres seating capacity to over 1000. Although you are unlikely to want to see a play unless your Bulgarian is excellent, you can still sit out front at one of the many cafes and soak up the atmosphere.
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伊万·瓦佐夫国家剧院
5 ul. "Dyakon Ignatiy"
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Built in 1907 by the Austrian architects Helmer & Felner, the National Theatre is one of the most ornate buildings in Sofia. The 40 metre high façade, is fronted by a large pediment, supported on six white marble columns, depicting Apollo and the muses. The twin towers that rise up behind are crowned with sculptures of the goddess Nike.The interior was destroyed by fire in 1923, and restored again six years later increasing the theatres seating capacity to over 1000. Although you are unlikely to want to see a play unless your Bulgarian is excellent, you can still sit out front at one of the many cafes and soak up the atmosphere.
It was erected in honour of Russian Emperor Alexander II who liberated Bulgaria from Ottoman rule during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78.
沙皇解放者纪念碑
It was erected in honour of Russian Emperor Alexander II who liberated Bulgaria from Ottoman rule during the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78.
The slogan on the facade above the entrance "Obedinenieto Pravi Silata", loosely translated means 'United we are strong', which seems wishful for any parliament. This is the scene of regular public protests and back in 1997 the building was actually stormed and damaged, leading to the eventual downfall of the ruling (Socialist) party.Built in three stages between 1884 - 1928, it was built by Bulgarian Architect, Konstantin Ivanovich who had been living and working in Vienna.
National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria
The slogan on the facade above the entrance "Obedinenieto Pravi Silata", loosely translated means 'United we are strong', which seems wishful for any parliament. This is the scene of regular public protests and back in 1997 the building was actually stormed and damaged, leading to the eventual downfall of the ruling (Socialist) party.Built in three stages between 1884 - 1928, it was built by Bulgarian Architect, Konstantin Ivanovich who had been living and working in Vienna.
This small decorative church with its golden onion domes was built between 1912 and 1914, (by many of the same workers from the nearby Nevski Cathedral) to appease a Russian diplomat afraid to worship in Bulgarian churches. The church is named after St. Nikolai ‘the miracle maker’. To this day wishes are written on slips of paper and placed in the wooden box by the white marble sarcophagus of Bishop Serafim (1881 – 1950), who is buried in the crypt. Although never canonized, he is revered by many Bulgarians as a saint. Services are carried out according to the Julian calendar, so Christmas is celebrated on January 7th.
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圣尼古拉斯俄罗斯教堂
3 bul. "Tsar Osvoboditel"
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This small decorative church with its golden onion domes was built between 1912 and 1914, (by many of the same workers from the nearby Nevski Cathedral) to appease a Russian diplomat afraid to worship in Bulgarian churches. The church is named after St. Nikolai ‘the miracle maker’. To this day wishes are written on slips of paper and placed in the wooden box by the white marble sarcophagus of Bishop Serafim (1881 – 1950), who is buried in the crypt. Although never canonized, he is revered by many Bulgarians as a saint. Services are carried out according to the Julian calendar, so Christmas is celebrated on January 7th.
The University was founded in 1888 and was originally named after the brothers Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev who donated the land and funds for the construction of a university building. Their statues are seated outside the main entrance. The international design competition was originally won by Henri Breansson in 1907, his designs were however later modified by Yordan Milanov. The foundation stone having been laid in 1920, construction didn’t start till 1941 and new wings designed by L.Konstantinov were completed as late as 1985. There is a very pleasant courtyard with a couple of of outdoor cafes where you can soak up the academic atmosphere.
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Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski
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The University was founded in 1888 and was originally named after the brothers Evlogi and Hristo Georgiev who donated the land and funds for the construction of a university building. Their statues are seated outside the main entrance. The international design competition was originally won by Henri Breansson in 1907, his designs were however later modified by Yordan Milanov. The foundation stone having been laid in 1920, construction didn’t start till 1941 and new wings designed by L.Konstantinov were completed as late as 1985. There is a very pleasant courtyard with a couple of of outdoor cafes where you can soak up the academic atmosphere.
The small rotunda church, tucked between the Sheraton and the Presidency, is believed to be the oldest building in Sofia. Most historians agree that it was built in the early 4th century AD as a marthyrium: a small, typically round structure designed to hold important Christians relics. Around this time, the building was used by the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, who briefly held his court and palace across from the rotunda.
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圣乔治教堂
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The small rotunda church, tucked between the Sheraton and the Presidency, is believed to be the oldest building in Sofia. Most historians agree that it was built in the early 4th century AD as a marthyrium: a small, typically round structure designed to hold important Christians relics. Around this time, the building was used by the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, who briefly held his court and palace across from the rotunda.
Built at the end of the 19th century, this church is the direct successor of several smaller churches from medieval times and is said to lie directly above the crossroads of ancient Serdica. In 1925 it was largely destroyed in a bomb blast assassination attempt on Tsar Boris III in which over 200 people were killed, although the intended victim was spared. The beautifully preserved wood carved iconostasis dates back to 1865; the murals were added as late as 1976.
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圣周日教堂
20 пл. Света Неделя
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Built at the end of the 19th century, this church is the direct successor of several smaller churches from medieval times and is said to lie directly above the crossroads of ancient Serdica. In 1925 it was largely destroyed in a bomb blast assassination attempt on Tsar Boris III in which over 200 people were killed, although the intended victim was spared. The beautifully preserved wood carved iconostasis dates back to 1865; the murals were added as late as 1976.
The simple red brick church dates back to the 6th/7th century when it was the site of Serdica's necropolis. Beneath it lie several earlier churches dating back to the early 4th century. You can now visit some of the remains of the ancient buildings and tombs that lie under the church as part of a brand new fascinating museum opened to the public.
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圣索菲亚教堂
2 ulitsa Paris
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The simple red brick church dates back to the 6th/7th century when it was the site of Serdica's necropolis. Beneath it lie several earlier churches dating back to the early 4th century. You can now visit some of the remains of the ancient buildings and tombs that lie under the church as part of a brand new fascinating museum opened to the public.
Sophia was considered too erotic and pagan to be referred to as St. Sophia. Eight metres in height, the copper and bronze statue by the sculptor Georgi Chapkanov, stands on a 16 metre high pedestal. Adorned with the symbols of power (crown), fame (wreath) and wisdom (owl), the crown is also a reference to the Goddess of Fate – Tjuhe, inspired by the old emblem of Sofia dating back to 1900.
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Statue of Saint Sofia
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Sophia was considered too erotic and pagan to be referred to as St. Sophia. Eight metres in height, the copper and bronze statue by the sculptor Georgi Chapkanov, stands on a 16 metre high pedestal. Adorned with the symbols of power (crown), fame (wreath) and wisdom (owl), the crown is also a reference to the Goddess of Fate – Tjuhe, inspired by the old emblem of Sofia dating back to 1900.
The famous Statue of Slaveikovs is located in its namesake Slaveikov Square. The statue eternalizes two poets, a father and son, sitting on a bench. Feel free to sit down right next to the famed Bulgarian publicists and capture the moment on camera.
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ploshtad "Petko R. Slaveykov"
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The famous Statue of Slaveikovs is located in its namesake Slaveikov Square. The statue eternalizes two poets, a father and son, sitting on a bench. Feel free to sit down right next to the famed Bulgarian publicists and capture the moment on camera.
Vitosha, one of the most popular streets in Sofia, is certainly the place to be on a sunny day. This spacious boulevard has many cafés and shops, and is teeming with leisurely strollers and shoppers at almost any given time. The Vitosha Mountain dramatically dominates the skyline in the south.
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bulevard "Vitosha"
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Vitosha, one of the most popular streets in Sofia, is certainly the place to be on a sunny day. This spacious boulevard has many cafés and shops, and is teeming with leisurely strollers and shoppers at almost any given time. The Vitosha Mountain dramatically dominates the skyline in the south.
Food Scene
星巴克
62А ul. "General Yosif V. Gourko"
Great Coffee
Photosynthesis
57 bulevard "Vasil Levski"
Great Coffee
24/7
Subway
43 ul. "Graf Ignatiev"
24/7
Mimas is probably the most famous Arabic fast food establishment in Sofia. They started in the early ’90s and garnered huge popularity due to the fact that they were located in a very central location and were always open until late.
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Mimas
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Mimas is probably the most famous Arabic fast food establishment in Sofia. They started in the early ’90s and garnered huge popularity due to the fact that they were located in a very central location and were always open until late.
0894 699 849 Monday-Sunday: 08:00 - 21:00ч.
Ginger - Raw Cake, Sushi
24А ul. "General Parensov"
0894 699 849 Monday-Sunday: 08:00 - 21:00ч.
+359 88 670 2996 http://divaka.bg/restaurant-divaka/?lang=en
Divaka
41 улица „6-ти Септември“
+359 88 670 2996 http://divaka.bg/restaurant-divaka/?lang=en
0700 44 777 0888 297 454 Opened: 11:00 - 01:00
Mr. Pizza Левски
53 bul. "Vasil Levski"
0700 44 777 0888 297 454 Opened: 11:00 - 01:00
This place elevated soups to the status of a main dish. It was the first place in Sofia to offer mainly soups but still enjoys quite some popularity which is absolutely deserved. Every day there are at least 6 different kinds of soups with recipes from all over the world. Usually there are both vegetarian and meat options.
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Supa Star
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This place elevated soups to the status of a main dish. It was the first place in Sofia to offer mainly soups but still enjoys quite some popularity which is absolutely deserved. Every day there are at least 6 different kinds of soups with recipes from all over the world. Usually there are both vegetarian and meat options.
http://www.lacasa.bg/
La Casa
45 bul. "Vasil Levski"
http://www.lacasa.bg/
Telephone number: +359884161031 If you feel like eating grilled food, Skara Bar is one of the first names that crosses my mind.
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SkaraBar
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Telephone number: +359884161031 If you feel like eating grilled food, Skara Bar is one of the first names that crosses my mind.
Opening hours Every day 08:00 – 20:00
Russian bakery "Matryoshka"
24Б ul. "General Parensov"
Opening hours Every day 08:00 – 20:00
Turski Restorant T&M
Delivery: 070012525 https://www.dominos.bg/
Domino's Pizza
Delivery: 070012525 https://www.dominos.bg/
070011999 http://kfc.bg/
KFC
2 ul. "Angel Kanchev"
070011999 http://kfc.bg/
Traditional Bulgarian Food
Chevermeto
Traditional Bulgarian Food
Traditional Bulgarian Food
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The Hadjidragana tavern
18 ul. "Hristo Belchev"
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Traditional Bulgarian Food
If you are looking to add a little jazz to your dining experience in Sofia, then Checkpoint Charly is the place to visit. Situated in the city center, on the corner of Rakovska, this restaurant offers a selection of modern Bulgarian meals and wines. Every Friday night you can soak up the atmosphere in modern surroundings accompanied by live jazz music. Diners can enjoy the garden on site that pays homage to the Bulgarian poet, novelist, and playwright, Ivan Vazov. The menu includes several salad dishes, cooked meats and a collection of scrumptious desserts.
Checkpoint Charly
If you are looking to add a little jazz to your dining experience in Sofia, then Checkpoint Charly is the place to visit. Situated in the city center, on the corner of Rakovska, this restaurant offers a selection of modern Bulgarian meals and wines. Every Friday night you can soak up the atmosphere in modern surroundings accompanied by live jazz music. Diners can enjoy the garden on site that pays homage to the Bulgarian poet, novelist, and playwright, Ivan Vazov. The menu includes several salad dishes, cooked meats and a collection of scrumptious desserts.
Traditional Bulgarian cuisine, recipes from “the old days” and mature wines from all over Bulgaria.
Edno Vreme
Traditional Bulgarian cuisine, recipes from “the old days” and mature wines from all over Bulgaria.
The fascinating domestic atmosphere of Mamin Kolio Tavern where you can enjoy delicious Bulgarian dishes that are prepared by our chefs and meanwhile not forget the specially selected wines to complement their charismatic taste.
Mehana Mamin Kolyo
40 ul. "Pozitano"
The fascinating domestic atmosphere of Mamin Kolio Tavern where you can enjoy delicious Bulgarian dishes that are prepared by our chefs and meanwhile not forget the specially selected wines to complement their charismatic taste.
Bg Wine Restaurant
32 ul. "Petar Parchevich"
Traditional Bulgarian Food
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Pod Lipite
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Traditional Bulgarian Food
The food is soo tasty, the menu is huge and the atmosphere is great. It's just hard to get a table for dinner in the last minute. Highly recommend for everyone. For reservations: +359 2 4411 155
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Shtastlivetsa
27 bul. "Vitosha"
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The food is soo tasty, the menu is huge and the atmosphere is great. It's just hard to get a table for dinner in the last minute. Highly recommend for everyone. For reservations: +359 2 4411 155
Asian Food. Delivery: +359 884 122920
Wok to Walk
8 bul. "Vitosha"
Asian Food. Delivery: +359 884 122920
Barbecue Restaurant
Ribs Brothers
13 ul. "Uzundzhovska"
Barbecue Restaurant
A cozy authentic atmosphere of Bulgarian home from the past, filled with a magnificent scent of delicious meals, which create the sensation of just cooked by some old granny, sitting next to the fireplace at that very moment. Peace and quiet in the city center of Sofia.
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Manastirska Magernitsa Restaurant
67 ul. "Han Asparuh"
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A cozy authentic atmosphere of Bulgarian home from the past, filled with a magnificent scent of delicious meals, which create the sensation of just cooked by some old granny, sitting next to the fireplace at that very moment. Peace and quiet in the city center of Sofia.
Drinks & Nightlife
http://yaltaclub.com/
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Yalta Club
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http://yaltaclub.com/
Roof top bar
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Sense Hotel Sofia
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Roof top bar
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Carrusel
108 ulitsa „Georgi S. Rakovski“
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Hambara
22 ul. "6-ti septemvri"
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Bedroom Premium
2 ul. Lege
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Club Terminal 1
1 ul. "Angel Kanchev"
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Arteria
112 ulitsa „Georgi S. Rakovski“
Rock'nRolla
1 ul. "Graf Ignatiev"
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Mixtape 5
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Tobacco Garden Bar
6A ul. "Moskovska"
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Club Studio 5
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Sofia Live Club
1 площад България
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Stroeja
Club Maze
1 ul. "Hristo Belchev"
Tiffany Sofia
12 ulitsa "Ivan Denkoglu"
Thin Red Line
10 ul. "Parteniy Nishavski"
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PM Club
4 ul. "General Yosif V. Gourko"
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Piano bar
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Camino
70 ul. "Neofit Rilski"
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Piano bar
Mascara
Chicago
Club Alcohol Sofia
4 pl. "Petko R. Slaveykov"
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Dada Cultural Bar
10 ulitsa "Georgi Benkovski"
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J.J. Murphy's
6 ul. "Karnigradska"
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bilkova bar
22 ul. "Tsar Shishman"
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Restaurant Motto
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One More Bar
12 ul. "Tsar Shishman"
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Shopping
Elephant Bookstore is the most exciting indie bookshop in Bulgaria, with an amazing selection of English books, all second-hand and hand-picked. The feel of the shop is decidedly Vintage, from original magazines and signed Memorabilia, to surprising gifts from Britain and other more exotic places, with a real 'Gentlemen's' feel. Much effort goes into selecting the treasures in our store and we even offer magazines to match the date of birth of our customers! We blend in the modern too, with the biggest stock of Manga and Comics in Bulgaria, choice current fiction and the latest, coolest trends from around the world.
Elephant Bookstore
31 ul. "Tsar Shishman"
Elephant Bookstore is the most exciting indie bookshop in Bulgaria, with an amazing selection of English books, all second-hand and hand-picked. The feel of the shop is decidedly Vintage, from original magazines and signed Memorabilia, to surprising gifts from Britain and other more exotic places, with a real 'Gentlemen's' feel. Much effort goes into selecting the treasures in our store and we even offer magazines to match the date of birth of our customers! We blend in the modern too, with the biggest stock of Manga and Comics in Bulgaria, choice current fiction and the latest, coolest trends from around the world.
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Park Center
2 bul. "Arsenalski"
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Ralitsa Furniture Houses
115и Boulevard "Tsarigradsko shose"
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Serdika Center
48 bul. "Sitnyakovo"
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Paradise Center
100 bulevard "Cherni vrah"
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