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Flea Market

Alexander Nevski Square, Sofia, Bulgaria
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Alexander Nevski Square, Sofia, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

There is nothing that special about this outdoor flea market but having said that it is a good place to visit and browse what is on offer. Real variety to tempt you with and has a typical market feel to the place. Easy to find...More

Thank northants90
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In the park that goes from the russian St. Nikolai church towards the Alexander Nevski cathedral , there's a small market which has roughly three parts: the part nearer the russian church with mainly local paintings, drawings, jewelery; then the main part, a paved alley...More

Thank R C
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Icons next to pornographic paintings; portraits of Stalin next to old cameras and coins etc. All for sale against steep prices, probably because of the location in front of Nevsky cathedral. Butika flea market is much better and a lot cheaper. To get there take...More

1  Thank Robert937
Reviewed 29 July 2017 via mobile

we love old things, and Flea Market is where u have to go if u wanna find these kind of stuffs. There we bought a really nice Urss' brooch.

Thank Giovanni M
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Its a small old bazaar in the center of Sofia. If you re big fan of old objects you will like it. I spent to much good time there. (Paintings jewellery pins and cameras)

Thank Emre Ö
Reviewed 24 June 2017

For some reason I liked these markets...the stalls were all full of rare and random oddities. One stall had just old cameras including box brownies and even older cameras...which were fascinating. Another stall had an amazing array of weapons (WW2 knives, Samurai swords, Ninja throwing...More

Thank thevontrapps
Reviewed 18 May 2017

I think my guide book(s) must be out of date as we headed for this location last Saturday during our recent visit to Sofia, only to be greeted by perhaps 3 or 4 stalls of local embroidery. Not a hint of the heaps of ex-...More

Thank watsonworld
Reviewed 20 April 2017

This is where you buy overpriced tourist souvenirs and commie/nazi memorabilia. If you're looking for a real flea market and an actual authentic experience, try to visit Bitaka (aka Malashevtsi market) on Saturday morning - you might even find the same things (identical, be it...More

4  Thank RomkaN
Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

Don't come specially for it, yet it's in the middle of other important sights, so spare 10 minutes and come take a look. I am not an expert on old coins and antiques, yet it seemed a few stand had some interesting items for the...More

1  Thank HaDi78
Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

It's definitely worth taking a stroll through the market. Sellers are friendly - which is not always the case in Bulgaria - and the stalls specialise in local art; a lot of which is not great to be honest. I have to admit to being...More

1  Thank concobhair1
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