Nessebar - Unesco Heritage
If the small markets/shops are not safe to buy to buy ciggies from, where do I go for my 20 a day?
Who told you not to buy cigarettes at the small markets and shops? Probably they meant people offering 'bargains' in the street.
My friends always bought their cigarettes at the supermarkets with no problems.
There are some counterfeits of international brands such as Marlboro around which may find there way into smaller shops and kiosks but local brands such as Victory are too cheap to bother with faking and are a perfectly good smoke. Prices are regulated and so there's no difference between one shop and another.
Thanks guys/girls! I don't smoke Marlboro unless that is all that's on offer - I usually smoke L&Ms if I'm abroad but you can't get them here in UK. It was something that I reas on a website somewhere. Supermarkets are usually safe for anything in any country as they have too much to loose and not enough to gain.
What is the local spirit? I don't like wine but do drink beer.
The local spirit is Rakiya, which is a sort of brandy distilled from various fruits. There's literally dozens of variations but beware that it's powerful stuff and usually drunk with food. Bulgarian beers include Zagorka and Kamenitsa and are usually light and refreshing, although not particularly characterful. If you go to my Bulgaria page here you'll find all sorts of useful info regarding eating and drinking.
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