This is one of the smaller malls where you can have a sense of calm. It has the most amazing book shop, a great pasta restaurant and probably the best cinema (they have sofas for 2 in the cinema halls).
All needed can be found in this mall like clothes, shoes, places to eat as well as cinema.
Point of Interest
“An amazing view opens up from there once you reach the waterfall. There are no crowds during the week and it is a very pleasant trek in the forest. If you want to save some time you can do the trek from the TV tower called Kopitoto.”
“The history of Sofia is presented on two floors of the magnificent former Turkish Mineral Baths, just behind the mosque. Exhibitions are divided thematically over eight chambers, with the most interesting rooms dedicated to the Bulgarian royal families of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the findings of recent archeological digs around town. There are plenty of signs in English.”
“This dream-place is hidden right in the city center. The botanic garden stays out of view as it is surrounded by the Foreign Art Gallery, the Journalist Faculty of Sofia University, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the main boulevard Vasil Levski and the entrance is trough a small flower shop.”
“Here you could find everything and a lots of cafeterias, bistros and restaurants with breathtaking mountain view...”