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The Central Sofia Market Hall (Tsentralni Hali) is a covered market in the center of Sofia city
On the ground floor, there are stalls selling foodstuff like bread and pastries, olives, nuts and sweets and rose oil products, souveiers, etc.
The Central Market Hall is...More
Visited here after reading some interesting reviews, but here are the key points:
- the building is an impressive piece of architecture.
- the nearby synagogue and mosque should be visited.
- it is not like the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, it is a local...More
My wife and I visited the Central Market Hall (Tsentralni Hali) when visiting Sofia during a 10-day holiday in Bulgaria. It is located a couple of blocks off the main highway through the city (Todor Alexandrov Blvd), immediately opposite the Sofia Synagogue. There are three...More
A tourist trap, and the merchants are in some sort of competition with each other. The cafe on the first floor won't serve you if they see you bought pastry from one of the other shops, even if you just want to have coffee. Bizarre...More
Indoor market with local products and a few eating places. We went there for trying famous banitsa (Bulgarian cheese pie), boza (a fermented wheat drink) and ayran (yogurt-based beverage) but ended up with a soar stomach- don’t mix them all.
Not really much to see in the Central Market ... it's a pretty average market that may once have been interesting, but now only the building holds any real interest ... the shops inside are entirely pedestrian. It does sit between the Banya Mosque and...More
Average market hall, and the term 'average' is generous. This place is nothing out of the ordinary, and it makes me wonder why it's even listed as a TA tourist attraction!
Bakery goods looked as if they'd been sitting on the trays for years. Produce...More