Sofia is one of the most amazing cities in Bulgaria. Time spent here can be used not only for walking, but also for exploring the classic local cuisine. It is very natural and satisfying – they like a lot of meat, fresh vegetables and cheeses. So in between sightseeing, you will certainly find where to eat tasty and inexpensive in the capital of Bulgaria. Well, we offer you one of the possible lists of the best cafes and restaurants in Sofia. Inexpensive Divaka cafes and restaurants “Divaka” is a network of inexpensive restaurants in the center of Sofia, where not only tourists but also locals themselves like to eat tasty food. The menu here is almost entirely composed of Bulgarian dishes – you can try the famous tarator and kufte. The atmosphere in Divaka is informal and simple – and the prices are matching it. So, soups cost from 3 to 5 levs, and grilled meat – from 7 to 13 levs. Continue reading
Kotokafe is an unusual place in Moscow, where you can not only have coffee and a snack, but also have a good time in the company of purring four-legged friends. Such places are gaining more and more popularity in the world. For example, similar kotokafe are in London, Paris, Vienna, Tokyo and Turin – in total there are more than 250 in different cities of the planet. The first such institution in Europe – “The Republic of Cats” – opened in 2011 in Russia, in St. Petersburg. You can play and take pictures with the inhabitants of the kotokafe. It is strongly recommended to iron and caress them. But practically everywhere in Moscow simple rules apply: it is forbidden to wake up and offend cats, to feed them food from their own table. You can not smoke and drink alcohol, as well as bring other homeless or pets into Continue reading
The main gastronomic direction of this summer is the capital of Estonia, where local chefs built local gourmet cuisine on top of venison and wild garlic: the best restaurants in Tallinn in our selection.
You get to the restaurant almost according to the script of the film The Secret Garden – right from the Old Town street, you go up the inconspicuous steps into a picturesque courtyard, the lush greenery of which organizes the power of the 13th century fortress walls in space. On the street under the heaters on the terrace of the two-story building, guests – from officials to programmers – sit until late autumn. There Continue reading