Business Park Sofia (1 – 2 mins walking distance) is located at the foot of Vitosha Mountain, in one of the most modern areas in Sofia, Mladost close to the Sofia Ring Road. There is access by public transport and a shuttle service runs between the park and strategic points throughout the city. From 2014 there are expected to be two metro stations in the area of the Business Park, connecting it to the airport and the city centre. Business Park Sofia consists of 35 buildings. The buildings in Business Park Sofia are surrounded by a real green park area. There are lush green areas with fountains, picturesque landscaping and a large lake in the middle of the Park. The numerous amenities that Business Park Sofia provides make it an attractive working environment and a place for relaxation and inspiration.
Inter Expo Centre (10 – 15 mins.) – Built on an area of 42 000 sq.m, Inter Expo & Congress Center is situated in the south-eastern part of Sofia only 3 km from the city airport, directly on the highway connecting Vienna and Istanbul, 6 km from the centre of the city and 15 minutes from the central railway station and international bus station. The exhibition complex has four exhibition pavilions, seven congress halls and an open exhibition area. The exhibition pavilions offer excellent conditions for organising a wide spectrum of specialised exhibitions, and are also suitable for congresses, seminars, cocktails, gala dinners, promotions & fashion shows.
Stadiums and Sport Venues
Arena Armeec Sport Hall Sofia (5 – 10 mins) is an indoor arena located in Sofia, Bulgaria. It has a seating capacity of between 12,410 and 19,000 spectators depending on its use. It hosts a total of 30 different sports, including basketball, volleyball, handball, wrestling, weightlifting, fencing and gymnastics competitions as well as concerts. The first major concert in the arena was held by Jean Michel Jarre, followed by artists Sade and Tom Jones.
Vasil Levski National Stadium (10 – 15 mins.) is one of Bulgaria’s largest sports venues and the country’s second largest stadium. It is located in the centre of Sofia, on the territory of the city’s oldest and most famous park – the Borisovata gradina. The Bulgaria national football team’s home matches and the Bulgarian Cup finals are held at the venue, as well as athletics competitions. It was also used as the home venue for Levski Sofia’s Champions League games. The stadium has hosted music shows by a number of regional and world stars.
The Mall, Sofia (5 – 10 mins.) is the largest shopping mall in the Balkans. Opened in spring 2010, the Mall has a total built area of 65,000 square metres (700,000 sq ft) on six stories, three of which are underground. It contains 185 shops, restaurants, recreations centres, bars, cafeterias and parking capacity for more than 2,800 vehicles. Bulgaria’s largest Carrefour hypermarket at 9,000 square metres (97,000 sq ft) is within the Mall.
Historical and Cultural Attractions
The Dragalevtsi Monastery (5 mins.) is located within close proximity to Dragalevtsi, a quarter of Sofia city at the foot of the Vitosha mountain. Dragalevski Convent consists of a church, residential and farm buildings. The only one of which was preserved from the old monastery complex is the church, which is a type of basilica, dating back to the 15th century.
Boyana Church (5 mins.) – Located on the outskirts of Sofia, Boyana Church consists of three buildings. The eastern church was built in the 10th century, then enlarged at the beginning of the 13th century by Sebastocrator Kaloyan, who ordered a second two storey building to be erected next to it. The frescoes in this second church, painted in 1259, make it one of the most important collections of medieval paintings. The ensemble is completed by a third church, built at the beginning of the 19th century. This site is one of the most complete and perfectly preserved monuments of east European medieval art.
Yalta Club (10 – 15 mins.) - the best party place, located in the heart of the Bulgarian capital. Yalta is the center of the clubbing scene in Bulgaria. Some of the brightest stars of the international and local house scene have stood behind the club’s decks. The space is used in such manner, that it entices everyone to take part in the party.
Club “Alcohol”(15 – 20 mins.) opened on March 19, 2004. The idea of creation can be formed with the short sentence “from friends to friends”. Club “Alcohol” guarantees 100% fun for its guests.
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