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#1 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
Other than that you can buy great wine you can drink a glass of wine with friends.
Any capricious taste would receive food for contemplation.
#2 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
Our guide was extremely kind (he also prepared some tea for us we drank to warm up while walking as it was cold weather and offered a typical bulgarian drink) and very enthusiastic.
#3 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
My friend and I travel across Europe quite often and participate in food and drink tours in most destinations we visit.
Martina hosted our free food tour and it was great - delicious food, interesting stories about the culinary influences and history behind the dishes, plus great recommendations of where to eat during your stay.
#4 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
Well what can I say, what a brilliant night out, it was my Sisters 50th Birthday weekend in Sofia, so I booked a cultural tour with food & Drinks in the day, which lasted until 6:00pm and then we went on this Sofi...
In one of our stops to an apartment-bar where we had a drink, Nevy played to us guitar and sung some Beatles songs :D It was the perfect time for doing that.
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#5 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
We saw so much of the beautiful landscape and countryside, ate the yummiest traditional food, saw the breath-taking Budludzha and a few other sites along the way, and laughed the entire way with Beni and Betty- th...
The tour is well-organized, got a chance to try Bulgarian traditional breakfast and the drink boza.
#6 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
A must visit for anyone who loves a really good drink.
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#8 of 17 Food & Drink in Sofia
Apart the suggestion about the wine, Alex introduced us also the food part with a good selection of cheese, Salami and an impressive prosciutto that could easily pass as an Italian prosciutto.
There are exciting things going on in the Bulgarian food and wine scene, and Alex and his wife (so sorry but I forgot her name) gave us an outstanding locals introduction to that scene.