Lovely market. Full of souvenir shops and several food markets. It is a must visit in Sofia! You can also find Roses of Boulgaria in there! Perfect market
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The Central Market Hall is a very close to the Banya Bashi Mosque or the Sofia Synagogue. it's a nice place to stop by for a taste of Bulgarian culinary culture or to buy handicrafts. It's small and interesting. One of the popular shops is...More
I knew the outcome before visiting and before planning my trip to Bulgaria so that I weren't disappointed too much ! Got to agree with some other reviews here or at least bits of it, yes food and other items seems bit limited, what I...More
A relatively small hall offering limited choices of food, drink, and general items. The most interesting aspect is the building itself, rather than the contents!
Free entry - discrete photography allowed ... The Tsentralni Hali is the place to go for your Bulgarian delights - meats, bakery, wine, fruit and vegies and so much more - including a huge discount "hair and skin and bauty" shop upstairs ... Try the...More
On the outside this hall is a rather ornate Neo-Renaissance building with Baroque and Byzantine features. Look out for the Sofia coat-of-arms over the main entrance. Also note the clock tower. This structure was first opened in 1911. On the ground floor there are some...More
I visited every day, the quality of the cakes were something else! It's quiet, clean and locals shop there. Not as big as the market in Budapest but enough craft stalls for the hardened shopper to enjoy looking at.
lots of different shops, food, cheese, sausages, arts and craft, fresh produce and much more, also buffet style eatery, coffee places, it´s a good place if it´s cold outside and you want to warm up. Great bakeries, too. only locals there during my visit, which...More