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Vitosha Boulevard

Sofia, Bulgaria
+359 88 621 7240
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Sofia, Bulgaria
+359 88 621 7240
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Excellent for people watching. If you have the time and inclination to amble and take things slow. Large number of bars and modern shops. Dogs are no longer a problem as i understand they were in the past

Thank Cansfield R
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a lovely mainly pedestrianised area in the city centre. There are lots of nice cafes, restaurants and pubs to visit and lots of shops. Gorgeous on a sunny day, with lots of options for places with umbrellas to sit under with a drink...More

Thank pulse16
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Main boulevard, so has to be visited. Lots of pizza restaurants. Also has ice cream parlours, nut shop (Bulgarians are nuts for all sorts of nuts), and other shops you'd expect to see on the main shopping street. The pavement is remarkably flat too, remarkable...More

Thank Dave W
Reviewed 4 days ago

We really enjoyed walking the entire length of the pedestrian mall in downtown Sofia. It is packed with shops and cafes. It is clean and well maintained. We stopped for coffee at one of the cafes and enjoyed watching the people stroll past. Looks to...More

Thank Jackinbama
Reviewed 1 week ago

Boulevard Vitosha is Sofia's replica of Champs d'elysee. Starting in the center of the town, near the monument of St. Sofia and church of St. Nedelja, these boulevard is entering the South Park, but the most interesting part is the walking area till the National...More

Thank Marijan C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is the central shopping street of Sofia. You can find all the shops you want on that road. Must go there!

Thank MelinaMoyseos
Reviewed 1 week ago

The street is nice and wide without trafffic and has a lot of small shops, bars and restaurants. The view to the mountain itself is great and at times it's very crowded!

Thank JWinkler73
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Was disappointed with the variety of shops here - everything is so expensive. If you shop in Cartier & Versace this is your dream but if your more of a high street person this will be beyond you. There are plenty of nice bars and...More

Thank Siân R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Vitosha Boulevard has something for all ages. It is a very comfortable walking street - book ended by a view of Vitosha Mountain to the south and Sunday Church to the north. There is a mix of restaurants for most price ranges, as well as...More

Thank Jim U
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very nice long streat with a lot of shopes and restaurants. You should start it at the NDK metro and get up. The pricess there are more high

Thank doron z
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Does anybody know if things like make up, face cream ect, are any cheaper in Sofia. I am after some Lancôme Nutrix Royale.
16 May 2017|
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Response from bregmanerik | Reviewed this property |
Probably, a lot of stuff is cheaper, but avoid Vitosha Boulevard, as touristic areas tend to be more expensive.
David E
Hello, It says that I can book a hotel/airport transfer if I contact the hotel but it only gives the address of the hotel. Does anyone have the email for the hotel?
9 May 2015|
Response from Marc4 |
There is a stand at the airport. OK Taxi. Use them its decent service. Cost 14-15 Bulgarian Let or pay credit card at their stand.