Zhenski Pazar Women's MarketCurrently Open
- Address: Zhenski Pazar, Sofia Bulgaria
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Cafe, Restaurant, Market, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
About Zhenski Pazar Women's Market, Sofia
Not sure why this is called ‘Woman’s Market’- fruit and vegetables, cheese, cured meats, dried fruit and nuts, homemade halva and other Turkish-inspired goodies all seems to be things that men enjoy just as much. That’s said, the market is a great place to meet locals and find great food bargains. Haggle away and don’t be put off by the stall-owner’s grumpiness. The prices can be brought down very low. A few cafes nearby sell coffee and pastries. Sit down and people watch!
Zhenski Pazar Women's Market Information
- Mind your belogings.
- The market itself is best visited around lunchtime.
How To reach Zhenski Pazar Women's Market 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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Things to Know Before Visiting Zhenski Pazar Women's Market
89.51% of people who visit Sofia include Zhenski Pazar Women's Market in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
29.94% of people start their Zhenski Pazar Women's Market visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Zhenski Pazar Women's Market
89.76% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Zhenski Pazar Women's Market
Zhenski Pazar Women's Market Map
Zhenski Pazar Women's Market, Sofia Reviews
Zhenski pazar, one of the famous local market in sofia. Easy to access from tram station or metro station!!
We've been on this market twice and about half of the sellers didn't want to sell us their products. We followed the local rules and didn't touch the goods. Seems they have no need for selling, especially not to foreigners. Also watch out for getting poor quality goods. Often they give you rotten vegetables instead of the perfect ones they show on display.
This is a wonderful place, where you can meet all kinds of people, buy cheep vegetables and fruits and enjoy the old fashion bulgarian marketplace.
Interesting place. So many peple there.
Much more tidy than it was in the past but it it has lost its "character"