Housed in an ancient building from the early 1900s, the historian Tsentrali Hali represents one of the most unmissable stops on a holiday in Sofia.
The Central market is located in one of the most interesting areas of the city, where traces of the past merge with the present. It is located not far from the splendid Synagogue, not far from the Cathedral, and along the boulevard Knyaginya Maria Luiza, which is the shopping and shopping district.
Tsentrali Hali of Sofia hosts several stalls with gastronomic products, but also clothing, accessories, trinkets, souvenirs and much more.
In the two floors of the market, you will really find everything, with an extraordinary and varied offer, among multiple flavors, coming from every world. Great space, obviously, for the Bulgarian traction, with typical products already prepared, which you will be able to taste. The only drawback, the lack of seats. You will find, however, some bars. There is also a supermarket and a large perfumery.
In short, nothing is missing in this evocative, and interesting market.
The central market is located in the city center, in one of the most touristic streets of the city. Strolling in Sofia, you will have no difficulty in identifying the beautiful building that houses the market, located in Knyaginya Maria Luiza 25. Those wishing to arrive directly by public transport, can use the excellent underground network; with the M1 and M2 lines, you need to get off at the Serdika stop and continue for a few minutes on foot along the Bulevard. Once you have passed McDonald’s, you will have arrived at your destination.
The Central Market in Sofia is open every day, from Monday to Sunday, from 07:30 to 21:00.
Closing time makes this market attractive even in the evening, perhaps during dinner time, to put something in your teeth. Keep in mind that, as indicated, there is no way to sit. You can eat something quick.
Beware of pickpockets. Moreover, you are still in a market. Keep your bag and wallet in view.