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Kokolandia Adventure Park

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Kokolandia Adventure Park

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Nezabravka 1 Str, Sofia 1113 Bulgaria
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Joliot-CurieSofia Metro9 min
G.M.DimitrovSofia Metro22 min
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Communist Walking Tour of Sofia
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Communist Walking Tour of Sofia

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Sofia is filled with famous monuments from Bulgaria’s communist era, but there are also many secluded places that are easy to miss on your own. Ensure you see the recognizable and hidden sights, and learn about their backstories on this walking tour. Exploring by foot grants you access to place inaccessible by traditional tour vehicles. Plus, discover the realities of daily life under Bulgaria’s 1946-1989 government from a guide—insight you wouldn’t get if sightseeing independently.
$13.55 per adult
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EMANUEL60 wrote a review Sep 2019
Haifa District, Israel354 contributions79 helpful votes
This place is for all the family from children 1.1 mt high that go on ropes up and down with very safety equipment for every one between the woods in Sofia .also the place is nice ,but only to bring food for the children.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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lydieb63 wrote a review Aug 2019
Edinburgh, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
On our way to borisova gradina with my 17 months old toddler, we came accross Kokolandia and their trampoline at the back. My toddler is trampoline mad and despite the price - 5 lev for 20 min !!! - we went in. Bought a ticket at the vending machine, as the till had nobody in and went inside the trampoline with my toddler. I sat on the side until we heard 2 peoples shouting at us in Bulgarian. I ignored them at first as i didn't think we were doing anything wrong. A very nice lady (another customer) translated to us that they didn't want adult in the trampoline - while the 2 employees were still shouting at us from where they were sat down. I couldn't leave my 17 months old toddler by himself ,i was just going to sit on the side and make sure he didn't hurt himself. That wasn't good enough for them. I had to leave, like a naughty school girl, and was given a refund. Not a word was pronounced by the cashier, no explanation, no goodbye, nothing. To anyone wanting to visit Bulgaria, Please come, it's an amazing country, with amazing people. To anyone wanting to visit Kokolandia, Avoid at all cost. To the Owner and employees of this place, don't Shout at your customer, if they are doing something wrong, get up and come speak to them - don't humiliate them , especially when their children are around.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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YogscastFan wrote a review Oct 2018
Jerusalem, Israel6 contributions1 helpful vote
I never realized how important the staff's charm was in all the other various rope parks I've been to, until I came to this one. Upon arrival, there was no one to talk to since there is no ticket booth, only a machine. I recognized one of the workers, who didn't bother to hide how much he didn't want to talk to me and explain the payment scheme (5lv per track, except the last which is 6). While giving me the equipment and all through the one track I did, I did not want to meet his face. He wasn't actively rude - just didn't want to be there and obviously cares very little for this job with all the clueless tourists (like me). My evaluation is that costs are kept to a minimum by having no cashier/receptionist, and by underpaying the staff. I did track 4 out of 6. I'm not an expert in rope climbing, and not a professional athlete, but I'm 32 and in better than average shape. All the obstacles seemed the same to me in that they relied on clinging hard with your fingers. At some point or another the fingers eventually always get tired, but usually this happens to me after a warm up track and then one or two of the more difficult ones. Here they were exhausted after this single track, which wasn't even fun. It is not particularly high, and the obstacles weren't inspiring. Perhaps it was just the total lack of spirit in the small park that made the track seem boring. After that one, I found I had nothing to drive me to do another track, so I left. There was no food for sale. There are food vending machines, which were completely empty and seemed inactive. The toilets are chemical. It's felt little more than an elaborate playground, with none of the vibe made by a staff of professionals that like helping others in this sport. Come with low expectations and hopefully you won't be disappointed.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Claire2005Israel wrote a review Aug 2018
Israel18 contributions13 helpful votes
We went to the park with children ages 3, 6.5, 8.5. The park offers activity for all ages. We ended up spending there most of the day. Each run costs 5 leba (around 2.5 euro).
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Eva M wrote a review Aug 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia18 contributions6 helpful votes
Amazed at the variety of courses, the level of sophistication, and the ability to maintain them year-around
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Date of experience: August 2018
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