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Boulevard Vitosha is one of the most famous boulevards in the capital city of Sofia. It is situated in downtown Sofia, near Sveta Nedelya church and the South Park. Alongside the boulevard are situated a lot of prestigious shops, coffee shops and restaurants. It is famous for these expensive shops. A few years ago, the mayor and city government decided to make it a pedestrian only zone, and now there are benches you can sit on, ice cream is sold everywhere, there are circus players and other artists performing on the street. The Vitosha Boulevard goes past one of the most famous cultural centres in Sofia--The National Cultural Palace, where visitors can stop and enjoy the fountains. From one end to the other, it will take you approximately 30 to 40 minutes to walk. There are trams, they are the only vehicles allowed from Sveta Nedelya to the National Cultural Palace--the part where the boulevard is closed.


Bulevard Vitosha


Bulevard Vitosha , 1233, Sofia Bulgaria | 0.4 miles miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +359(2)9715270 | Fax: | Official Homepage
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Reviewed January 2012 by martanikolova
Well, I definitely like the street much better now that it is a walking area. It is much spacious now and you can walk along without all the cars around that were crowding everything. Sofia can't brag with many walking streets and this one is great. It was one of the symbols of the city even before that and everyone knows where it is. The whole street isn't closed for vehicles, only part of it - the most famous part with the shops. This was one ...
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