How Expensive is Traveling in BULGARIA? A Day in Sofia

In this video I explore Sofia, Bulgaria and show how much things cost.
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How Expensive is Traveling in BULGARIA? A Day in Sofia

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  1. The only thing that's worth seeing in Sofia in my opinion as a born and living here is the Vitosha Stone river. The climb will take you around 2 hours. You can take a car but walking is kinda worth it imo. The exercise is great … the road is not in a great shape but it is surrounded by trees so it is kinda nice. But you need to go there during the summer and not in a rainy weather … it is a mountain after all.

  2. Im from Bulgaria and in this video you need to know how much money we take for mounth. We take araund 550-1200 leva or is 225-600 evro. So the price for bulgarian ppl is very high for us.

  3. Hello Gabriel , you've hit the National Holiday (Liberation day actually) , so that's why Sofia looks so empty (yes this looks empty , even strangely calm ^^). Maybe 70% of people in Sofia are out of it for the holidays. Normally Vitoshka (the big street without car traffic on it) is literally FULL of people 'till at least midnight. So this is actually not the normal view of Sofia , but thank you for visiting , hope you enjoyed your stay. I subscribed , so i can choose a destination thanks to your videos . Good luck dude ;]

  4. Haha I took a pictures of some of this street art from the times I parked here back in 2015/2016. I miss this place but I’m back in Texas. It looks like construction around the excavation has improved since I was there.

  5. Pleasant surprise to see this video on Bulgaria. Off the beaten path – nice to see and learn a bit about some cities I hadn't thought of venturing to. Thanks for making this video. Where are you off to next?

  6. I left the country some years ago because I couldn't stand it anymore.
    Thank you, Gabriel, for the fresh look on it. It makes me nostalgic. I hope you enjoyed your stay and the people you met along the way.
    All the best for your future adventures!

  7. Hey, I stopped by and checked out your channel! Love your video! I hit that Sub button! Would love a SUB back?! Also, would love to support one another? Keep up the great work! You gained another fan!

  8. That graffiti you guessed was a queen is actually Saint Sofia, the patron saint of the city. Her statue is located right across the place you had lunch at, above the Metro station, on a tall pedestal.


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