Vitosha Boulevard, Sofia

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Vitosha Boulevard, Sofia - Address

Address: Sredets, 1142 Sofia, Bulgaria

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 24-hrs Details

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Vitosha Boulevard is Sofia’s fashion shopping street. You’ll get practically every major brand there; it’s one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world. Happily, the area is mostly pedestrianized. A number of Sofia’s best looking buildings - The Sofia Court of Justice and Sveta Nedelya Orthodox Church – beautify the street. With all the bars and restaurants and boutiques there, even if you’re not in a mind to shop, the boulevard is an excellent place to people watch.

How To reach Vitosha Boulevard by Public Transport

  • “HAK” NPC Subway station.

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  • this boulevard has been renovated a few years ago to create a pedestrian passage in the heart of the city. the buisnesses around it took a bit too much of it for their purpose and are generally far from interesting.

  • Very nice boulevard. A good veriety of shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Also, it's a good place to exchange money. It's located in the city center.

  • One of the best pedestrian areas worldwide. There are a lot of shops, restaurants, and bars. During summer times this boulevard transforms into a bustling place of joy.

  • One of the best streets in Sofia. It is a pedestrian area, very lively, with lots of shops, cafes and restaurants on the street itself and in the side streets. It is full of people until late nights. Memorable monument to see on it is the statue of Aleko Konstantinov

  • Great place to shop , have some lunch or a drink with a friend .You can find designer shops next to the small mom & pop places . Awesome ambiance .

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