You might get some money from Tourist Service Municipal Company at Sofia City Municipality for your unique photo with sights from Sofia. Why don’t you give it a try? (link only in Bulgarian, though): http://www.info-sofia.bg/photo.php
“Bulgaria’s Culture Minister, Vezhdi Rashidov, is planning on bringing back the atmosphere of the demolished Sofia mausoleum of Communist leader, Georgi Dimitrov. The future Museum of Totalitarian Art will be located the building of the Culture Ministry in the Sofia “Darvenitsa” district.” Source: Bulgarian Culture Minister Mulls Museum of Totalitarian Art Hopefully we would see this museum and one on Communism very soon in Sofia 🙂 Both are long overdue!
Time to visit the National Gallery of Foreign Art located right behind St. Alexander Nevsky cathedral. Unique illustrations by the prominent Spanish painter Salvador Dali would be shown there, starting Wednesday. Did you know that this building used to be the State Printing House? Photo source: http://www.foreignartmuseum.bg/
Sofia is among the cheapest in Europe when it comes to public transportation according to a Price of Travel survey. We say walking around while learning about the city with Free Sofia Tour is even cheaper! 😉
Unlike the Roman Catholic Church preaching meat abstinence on Fridays only during the whole fasting period, the Orthodox Church recommends abstinence throughout all 40 days. One of the Bulgarian traditions you would learn about during the tour 🙂 Actually, not eating meat in Bulgaria is very very hard. We can give you some tips where to find good vegetarian restaurants, among others. Source: Christmas Fast Purifies Bulgarians’ Bodies and Souls
The relics, unearthed this summer off Sozopol on Bulgaria’s southern coast and purported to be John the Baptist, will be displayed in the capital Sofia for three days as of November 12. Another reason to visit Sofia and Free Sofia Tour! Source: Controversy Provoking John The Baptist Relics Displayed in Sofia
Welcome to Bulgaria Bulgaria – must visit. Where in the world should you go next year? Lonely planet says: Bulgaria. “For those who looked, Bulgaria has always had its moments – in its biggest cities, on its snow-capped peaks and great-value ski fields, on its golden-sand beaches and in ancient Black Sea port towns.” Read more: Lonely Planet’s top 10 countries for 2011