Sofia’s Moorish-style synagogue was designed by Austrian architect Friedrich Gruenanger, and was consecrated in 1909. Built to...
Offers numerous tours all over Bulgaria, including day trips and longer, tailor-made tours, as well as excursions to Romania and Turkey.
Banya Bashi Mosque
Sofia’s only working mosque was built in 1576. It’s certainly an eye-catching edifice and the red-brick minaret makes a convenient...
Dom Na Kinoto
Shows a varied program of Bulgarian-language, independent and vintage foreign films.
There are several branches of this budget cafeteria around town, offering Bulgarian favourites such as kebabche (grilled spicy meat...
Ladies’ Market information
Lonely Planet review
Stretching several blocks between ul Ekzarh Yosif and bul Slivnitsa, this is Sofia’s biggest fresh-produce market. Fruit and vegetables, cheap clothes, shoes, car parts, kitchen utensils and pretty much anything else you can think of can be bought here. It does get very crowded, so watch your belongings.