Peyo Yavorov House-Museum
The Romantic poet and revolutionary Peyo Yavorov (1878–1914) briefly lived in a small apartment here; the three rooms here have been...
Sveti Sedmochislenitsi Church
Set in a leafy garden, this church, dedicated to Sts Cyril and Methodius and their five disciples, was originally built as a mosque in...
Social Jazz Club
The place to go to catch some quality live jazz, with a program of leading international acts.
In an appealing old house, this restaurant is a good choice for traditional Bulgarian food. Dishes include wine-soaked kebab with mashed...
Manastirska Magernitsa information
Lonely Planet review
This traditional mehana (tavern) is among the best places in Sofia to sample authentic Bulgarian cuisine. The enormous menu features recipes collected from monasteries across the country, with dishes such as ‘drunken rabbit’ stewed in wine as well as salads, fish, pork and game options. Portions are generous and service attentive.