Bulgaria Shopping

  • Shopping
    by bakalapoe
  • Shopping
    by bakalapoe
  • Shopping
    by bakalapoe

Bulgaria Shopping

  • TZUM

    Sofia Shopping

    Most visitors head for TZUM, a relatively small shopping mall opposite the Sheraton, or the boutiques lining Vitosha Boulevard, Sofia's main shopping street Pirotska (near TZUM, opposite the mosque) is another popular shopping street, and it's a more pleasant experience than Vitosha Boulevard Stroll down here or head north after a few blocks to...

  • Antiques

    Sofia Shopping

    It's kind of flea market for communist curios, antiques, coins and it's just opposite the Al.Nevsky Cathedral.The street stalls are there everyday and you can bargain - but remember the prices are cheap anyway so don't be a cheapskate and don't expect to pay nothing.... You can find beautiful pieces, which are not that expensive and really bad...

  • Halite

    Sofia Shopping

    The Neo-Renaissance style Central Market Hall (Tsentralni Hali) was opened in 1911 as an important trade market in the city. On two levels you find nowadays all sorts of food stalls with local delicacies as well as shops for accessoires, clothes and souvenirs. A few food stalls on the upper level offer simple and tasty meals. For more...

  • NDK

    Sofia Shopping

    There are two fairs at NDK that might be interesting to the visitor. The Choose the Bulgarian/Made In Bulgaria fairs take place twice a year, in Spring and Winter. Next one coming, Nov.24 till Dec. 3, 2006. Floors 0 to 5 are filled with many stalls selling Bulgarian made goods, usually cheaper. Mostly clothes but also shoes, accessories, jewelry,...

  • Roman versus Cyrillic?

    I had a unique experience while shopping in Sofiya, my first ever till receipt combining both Cyrillic & Roman script. So often have I been frustrated by computer keyboards incapable of dealing with more than Roman script, but in Bulgaria, even the humble cash tills can achieve this feat. In general, local goods are itemised in Cyrillic, with...

  • Plovdia, (Central) Bulgaria

    Head into the interior. If you're seeking unique local wear then you'll be let down. The designs happen to be close to any other European country. Your choice. Varies

  • Buying mountain equipment in Bulgaria

    Most sport shops in Bulgaria are rather cheap. Please pay attention that there may be no sport shops in some regions at all. A good example is Rodopi. There're several small shops only and although prices are not high the choice is very limited. If the region is known as sport center like Bansko there you'll find dozens of shops with good choice...

  • Cheap 'designer' goods

    Unlike many touristy 'designer' shops this store was not filled with ugly, tacky clothing but stylish and unique designs. 'Designer' clothing for men and women; jeans, t shirts etc as well as accessories and French brands From their sale section jeans were £10, t shirt was £3. Most clothes were more expensive but still cheaper than UK in general.

  • leather goods,t'shirts,jeans.

    there are literally thousands of shops selling souveniers,gifts,leather goods,jewellry.and at very good prices,handbags for the ladies,belts,wallets,sweaters and t'shirts.don't be afraid to barter. my wife bought a nice fake d&g handbag,but for the equivilent of £10 it is a bargain.also we bought a diesel hoody for my youngest son,which is very...

  • shopping here is interesting!

    thus far i;ve come to the conclusion that if the shop is fancy or in a big city, the salespeople are rude...or at least this is the reaction i get...may be i don't look the "shopacholic" type. But then, i've never had troubles in smaller stores- groceries or clothingsone thing to keep in mind is that in bulgaria u cannot return stuff u don't...

  • Melchior Jewelry

    Melchior JewelryI knew I had to have it the moment I layed my eyes on it.Still not sure what are the black gems - onyx maybe? The metal is a non allergic thing called melchior over here...Any suggestion about the eglish equivalent?

  • Markets

    everywhere in the region Northeast FoodMarkets are the best and low-budget, every time fresh vegetables for.... nearly nothing. To get other (good) food partially is difficult by shops.But, they have some really good restaurants and so low priced that you could eat every day "outside". So take also the best hotels and restaurants there! very low...

  • Powershopping

    Everything is so cheap in Bulgaria!! U can find everything there and though it´s copies of real brands the quality is actually rather good.

  • Designer Dreams

    Most shops in Varna and along the Black Sea coasts have fantastics fashion . Designer labels are everywhere and at a fraction of the price you would be expected to pay in the UK. Good quality and great fashion, a word of warning, I was told that sizing is a little different there. A size 8 is small, 10 is medium and 12 is large !!! As you can...

  • shop a holic

    A huge supermarket, sister company to our Makro, here you can buy everything under one roof. We purchased a king sized quilt, duvet cover set, sheets, pillows, 5 pairs of mens socks, 2 beakers, instant coffee, bread, toilet rolls, butter, milk, cream cheese and the bill came to approx £30.00 WOW, is that cheap or what??

  • Souvenirs (2)

    Another thing that is worth to buy as a souvenir is one -or more – bottles of the famous Melnik wine. Note: you are only allowed to take 2 liters of wine out of the country duty-free. You can buy melnik wine everywhere around the country in supermarkets. Yet, its more interesting to buy them in Melnik self. This village is famous for its quality...

  • Souvenirs (1)

    What kinds of souvenirs to buy in Bulgaria and where? First of all, lots of things you can buy all over the country in Bulgaria, such as handicrafts, are cheaper when you buy them at the actual place area they are being made. So, a nice traditional made table cover f.e. must be bought in the village in question; if you buy it at the...

  • Shoping, shoping, shoping

    Wine, Manual works, wood and hand make clothes,table naps etc , rose products lead specialy shoes, Not to much, most of the products are not expensive, the prices are fixed.

  • don't buy at the first price you see

    any stalls or shops in the resorts in bulgaria tend to sell things for much dearer than in the main towns like varna, so when you go plan a trip to your nearest town at the start so you can see what the prices there are like compared to your resort, then plan another trip back near the end of your holiday to buy all your souviners and prezzies

  • Bulgarian currency - lev

    On the picture - 20 levs. 100 stotinki = 1 lev. 2 BGL = 1 USDTo have an idea about the prices - with 20 levs you can purchase approximately 6 kids menus in McDonalds or 3 movie tickets for a movie premiere. Some typical prices:- cup of coffee (espresso) 0.30 -1.50 leva, depending on location - cigarettes BG - 1.20 leva - local beer 1.00 leva -...

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