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Vitosha Boulevard, Sofia

(3.7/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
Window-shop in the posh outlets of many high-end fashion labels at Vitosha Boulevard, where you'll find Versace, Escada, Bvlgari, D&G, Gianfranco Ferré, Emporio Armani, Tommy Hilfiger, Boss, and more. Named after the nearby mountain, this semi-pedestrian street cuts through the center of Sofia. Shoppers often meet at a pharmacy at the corner of Vitosha and Patriarch Eftimii boulevards. From there, you can walk along the boulevard and see some of the city's notable buildings, such as the National Palace of Culture, the Palace of the Courts, and St. Nedelya Orthodox Church. Take a break at one of the many restaurants аnd bars. By using our Sofia tour planner, you can arrange your visit to Vitosha Boulevard and other attractions in Sofia.
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  • A must for shoppers should be expire this Boulevard. The views of the mountains on the outskirts of the city is wonderful. Many small and large, local and international shops invite you to stroll around. There are numerous restaurants and cafés, which often have a small glass Pavilion on the Boulevard, so that it goes often to "see and be seen".
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  • It's the pedestrian par excellence of Sofia, where all citizens the weekend make the classic bathtub. Nothing excellent mind you, any souvenirs, many clothing store and several pubs and cafes with prices (of course) a little above average Advice to stop to buy some indulgence from "Rois", exactly at the end of the Avenue (near the National Palace of culture)
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  • Surely it is the main street of the city, and then the most alive as there are many shops and bars. Definitely very far (but this is true for the city in General) from "great streets" of European capitals ... But we are confident
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