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It's a lovely restful space along the fine ul. Graf Ignatiev. Trees and seating enhance the atmosphere. It is a pedestrian area, except for a couple of trams trundling nearby.
Named to honour a famous father and son, Petko an educationalist and activist and his...More
This would probably be quite a nice place if it weren't for all the mess from the construction. There's not much of an area open now with the trams passing through the middle and a narrow pedestrian walkway on the side. Not worth going out...More
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