Once you get to know Sofia and feel its pulse, you can not help falling in love with this teenage-spirited wise. Let us be your guide in this romance…
Ø “St. Sofia” church – placed on a top of a hill nearby, the church could be seen from far away, showing the way towards the town of Serdika; later it shared its name with the town.
Ø Alexander Nevski Cathedral – the biggest orthodox cathedral on the Balkans, built in 1912, it is one of our signs of gratitude towards the Russians for their great help in the Liberation War (1877-1878).With its symphony of frescoes, colours, marble and gold the cathedral is a real piece of art! You should not miss the crypt with its significant icon collection too!
Ø The Russian Church “St. Nikolai” – visit also its crypt, make a wish and pray to St. Seraphim to help you to make it happen…
Ø “Ivan Vazov” National Theatre – have a break: while enjoying its beauty, you can have a coffee sitting in the garden or playing chess with local people
Ø The Rotunda ”St. George” – the oldest and roundest building in Sofia (4th C) is a nice scene for orthodox concerts with its special acoustic and fine-work-frescoes decoration.
“St. Nedelya” – the square of ethnic tolerance, where from temples of four religions can be seen – “St Nedelya” church, “Banya Bashi” Mosque, the Synagogue, the Catholic Cathedral.
Chlidren under 12 years - free of charge
• museum fees