Sofia is one of the greenest cities in Europe.
The most popular park of Sofia is “Vitosha” Nature Park, which also covers a great part of the Mountain. This territory is very well socialized, as its borders host plenty of marked pathways, tenths of chalets and hotels.
“Borisova Gradina” (Boris’ Garden) is one of the three reserves on the territory of Sofia. It is a monument of garden and park art of national significance. “Vasil Levski” Stadium and “Balgarska Armia” (Bulgarian Army) Stadium are situated here.
The territory of “Yuzhniya Park” (The South Park) has decorative flooring, a children’s corner with several children’s playgrounds, water facilities, fitness facilities, large meadows for walks and small restaurants. You may have a small train journey here or have a walk in rickshaws. The South Park also hosts a concert stage, where many free concerts often take place.
“Loven Park” (Hunting Park) in Sofia borders to the south with the Sofia Zoo, and to the north – with “Borisova Gradina” Park. The Park regularly hosts cynology exhibitions and competitions.
"Zaimov" Park is named after General Vladimir Zaimov. Here is the home of “Sofia” Drama Theatre, "Sfumato" Theatre Laboratory, the Regional Healthcare Centre, cafés and restaurants, sports grounds, children’s corner, and fitness facilities. The Park is often used to hold festivals, exhibitions, and concerts. Besides, “Zaimov” Park is the first public free WiFi area in Sofia.
The City Garden is the oldest park in Sofia, as it is located near the city center close to the "Ivan Vazov" National Theatre, the National Bank, the City Hall, and Ministries.
Its territory is occupied by children’s playgrounds, fitness facilities, new lighting, well-maintained small gardens. The Park is a popular place for chess lovers and for organization of different events and exhibitions.
There are also 25 other parks on the territory of Sofia for you to visit.