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Now they make a construction there and its really hard to see something actually. Its too crowded because part of the street is closed and 2 bus stops are closed too and its awful to go there right now. May be when they finish the...More
Book lovers place, now at renovation. The whole area is closed under construction/renovation till further notice......no way to see anything at the present moment.
It’s a vintage book place with books mostly in Bulgarian, coffee shops , restaurants, etc. If you stay for long in...More
I lived in a penthouse apartment overlooking Slaveikov Square for 3.5 years and absolutely loved it. The location is ideally situated in the center of the city with major shopping streets intersecting, restaurants (including KFC/ Dunkin Donuts and McDonalds for those wanting some familiar Americana),...More
One of the popular squares in Sofia named after a couple of Bulgarian writers. There is a statue of these two writers on a bench in the square. It's interesting to note that the square dates back to the 16th century. It's also a great...More
Heading to Slaveikov Square be sure to walk down Graf Ignatiev, that is a very popular with locals shopping street, however, even though the street is car free, you will constantly be checking for trams, stay on the footpath as we did, it is safer....More
It's an interesting place for book lovers, especially those speaking Bulgarian and Russian - most of the books there are in these languages.
For others - there's a chance to feel the spirit of "old" times Sofia.
I have been coming here for decades, and the book stalls have existed a lot longer than that. In the old days it had everything from the antiquarian to burned games and mp3s, but today it offers mostly Bulgarian trash on conspiracy theories. A few...More