Sofia Public Mineral Baths

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  • Address: Sofia Public Mineral Baths, Център Sofia Bulgaria
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
  • Tags: Outdoors, Water Body, Park, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Fountain, Exhibition

Sofia Public Mineral Baths - Review

It’s very strange that Sofia, once renowned for it’s public baths, has let that particular heritage slide so badly. The baths had been in use since the 17th century, but structural concerns led to the bath being closed in the 20th century. After some renovation work though, the place is now being used as a hall for temporary exhibitions. Even if the exhibitions themselves don’t interest you, it’s worth going in to the enchanting interior. There’s talk of converting the baths into a museum, but the project is really dragging its feet. The building is a pretty neo-Byzantine construct. Outside, there is a lovely fountain and park, where tourist line up to fill their bottles with free mineral water.

Sofia Public Mineral Baths Hours

  • Call the local tourist office and see if any programmes are being held at the baths on the day of your intended visit.

How To reach Sofia Public Mineral Baths by Public Transport

  • Subway Red line : Serdika or Sofia University stop
  • Bus lines 9, 94, 280, 306 : Sofia University stop
  • Trolley bus line 9 : St. Alexander Nevski Square stop
  • Trolley bus lines 1, 2, 4, 11 : Sofia University stop
  • Tramway line 20 : National Opera stop

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  • Sofia Public Mineral Baths Address: Sofia Public Mineral Baths, Център Sofia Bulgaria
  • Sofia Public Mineral Baths Timing: 24-hrs
  • Sofia Public Mineral Baths Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Sofia Public Mineral Baths(preferred time): 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Sofia Public Mineral Baths: 00:30 Mins
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Things to Know Before Visiting Sofia Public Mineral Baths

  • 64.23% of people who visit Sofia include Sofia Public Mineral Baths in their plan

  • 57.86% of people start their Sofia Public Mineral Baths visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Sofia Public Mineral Baths

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

81.69% of people prefer walking in order to reach Sofia Public Mineral Baths

People normally club together Banja Bashi Mosque and Central Market Hall while planning their visit to Sofia Public Mineral Baths.

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Sofia Public Mineral Baths, Sofia Reviews

  • The museum is absolutely brilliant! It is fully renovated by it's historical and architectural interior and exterior. The museum have a great gallery spaces and very prepared curators. People who work there are very well prepared for helping you and giving you advices of what you can do and explore there. It is a great museum to see in Sofia, Bulgaria. I recommend this place for tourists and people who are trying to get the knowledge about history of Sofia as a capital of Bulgaria.

  • We really only went to use the toilets because of the cheap student prices, they were nice. However we did walk around afterwards. The museum is interesting and kind of empty with nothing major there. Worth a visit if you like regional Bulgarian culture..

  • This museum is very nice and beautiful. The museum has different things of different times. When you are in the museum, you feel in that lifetime. Do you

  • The exposition is not bad, however, I was highly disappointed by price politic and cashier service. First, I paid 8lv, though in price list it was stated 6lv. Second, only after I paid a ticket, I was told that photo is by charge. However, there is no mention about photo in the price list neither any sign that is explains photo policy in the museum. I want to be clear - ticket price and photo take price are not high. However, I expect from museum to make it clear and transparent to a visitor!

  • Awesome museum. They have a great exhibition on the classical history of Sofia, and an awesome exhibition on Byzantine religious art. The staff is friendly as well, though because you're not allowed to take pictures (you have to pay extra) they sometimes follow you around and you feel slightly like a criminal.

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