Taking part into the Bohemian Sofia Tour you will see many buildings and landmarks that were and still are important for our city since the years of the Monarchy. However, we have numerous suggestions and tips for you how to continue your walk in the streets of Sofia and discover more places of interest. One of these places could be the National Palace of Culture – a favorite site of ours. For some of
I believe you will come across this site even before your visit in Sofia – on the Internet or in a tour-guide book or somebody will recommend it to you. Yes, this is one of the symbols of our city, a remarkable building with great location and impressive historical background. This is the National Theatre “Ivan Vazov”. The landmark is situated in the center of Sofia and is easily accessible. It has become a
It’s not only the center of Sofia that hides secrets from ancient times. Just at the foot of Vitosha mountain you can discover two unique sites that are full of history. One of them has been a Bulgarian symbol of Christianity for almost 10 centuries. Visiting the other one you will gain knowledge and see objects from the times when Thracians inhabited our lands till nowadays. You can enjoy a large collection of treasures
This is one of the most remarkable architectural landmarks you could see in the center of Sofia. Apparently, it is and old building, but it still looks impressive and attractive. More than 130 years ago almost at the same place there used to be a building that served as shelter for travelers and merchants on their way to and from Istanbul. Nowadays, we could also say that it is a stop for people on
In the summer of 2015 a new monument appeared in the center of Sofia. Usually, citizens are very happy and excited when an occasion like this one occurs. It is good to remember people and events that somehow contributed and were important for the development of our city, country, and nation. But it was not the case when this memorial was erected. Its construction was accompanied by arguments and controversies between historians, politicians, and