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    Sozopol Bazar: Bulgarian cosmetics

    by timada Written Oct 26, 2008

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    Bulgarian cosmetics , Sozopol

    I remember , when I was a child , my father bought from Bulgaria some roses perfumes and soaps . It had a powerful smell and we kept in our room ... only our cat did not like it at all ! In the Bazar you can find a lots of those products !

    What to buy: Natural beauty and natural skincare, bodycare, haircare and cosmetic products specially from roses!

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    Delicious dry wine

    by Gosia78 Updated Sep 30, 2005

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    Bulgarian wines are internationally renowned and one of the country’s prime exports. Among the whites, Chardonnay and the fruity Traminer are distinctive; particularly Khan Krum or Targoviste labels. In addition to Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, Bulgaria boasts two extremely fine grape strains of their own, Melnik and Mavrud, a dark wine cultivated by the ancient Thracians. Bulgarian beer is also noteworthy, with several regional brands. The national spirit, rakia, is a fiery brandy ritually consumed with a variety of appetizers (meze). Experiment with different brands, several of which produce “otlezhala”, a matured rakia.

    What to buy: A part of identity of Bulgarian cuisine is the art of winemaking because good food goes well with good beverages. Wine production has been known in the Bulgarian Lands for millennia and enjoys an enviable reputation in the word market today.

    Bulgarian wines are internationally renowned and one of the country’s prime exports. Among the whites, Chardonnay and the fruity Traminer are distinctive; particularly Khan Krum or Targoviste labels. In addition to Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, Bulgaria boasts two extremely fine grape strains of their own, Melnik and Mavrud, a dark wine cultivated by the ancient Thracians.

    What to pay: For the bottle of wine you have pay about 5 $

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    Slavyanka (??): Buying Your Fish From The Harbour

    by johngayton Written May 9, 2008

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    Fishvan On The Quay

    I never did see the fishing boats here landing their catches but I assume they go out early and supply mainly the local restaurants but this fish van parked up by the harbour has a good looking selection of fish and crustacea and if you are self-catering would definitely be worth dropping by.

    What to buy: FISH!!

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    Laces and embroideries

    by metteks Written Jun 3, 2005

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    Laces and embroideries blowing in the wind

    What to buy: In the streets of Sozopol you can buy laces and embroideries made by the local women.
    The just hang them up outside their house, and hope to sell them to tourists. They are quite beautiful.

    They also sell homemade jam and other products.

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    Sozopol Bazaar: Russian hats and decorations

    by timada Written Oct 26, 2008

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    Old things from Russia

    All over Sozopol you can buy hats , caps and old decorations from Russia . I think that if you are a collector you surely will find something for your taste .

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    Delicious fruits

    by Gosia78 Written Sep 30, 2005

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    Delicious fruits

    During the summer, the outdoor food markets are full of native fresh fruits and vegetables. Thay are really very tasty and rather cheap. 1kg of grapes costs about 2-3 $

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    Point laces

    by Gosia78 Written Oct 15, 2005

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    What to buy: Beautiful point laces made by old ladies who sitting in front of old houses and chatting. You can choose between many sizes and shapes.

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