CD / Record shops in Sofia

Discussion in 'Music, Movie and Hardware Store Guide' started by wallpaperman, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. wallpaperman

    wallpaperman Forum Resident Thread Starter

    I'm booked up to visit Sofia in May for my 50th birthday. I visited about 10 years ago but don't remember coming across any shops.

    Found this old closed thread, so thought I'd ask for some updated information.

    Good Stores in Sofia, Bulgaria?

    I know there is at least one active member of the forum, @oldschool from Sofia who posted on this old thread , so hoping for any recommendations of shops to visit. I'm mainly a CD guy these days, anything new or second hand would interest me. Like most genres, though not really dance/rap stuff.

    Have done a Google search and Diukian Meloman comes up, and this is one of the shops mentioned in the old thread, so will check this out.

    We're staying very centrally and don't mind going out the way a little (it's my birthday trip after all ;)).
  2. oldschool

    oldschool I love tape hiss

    Sofia, Bulgaria
    I can only think of new CDs and vinyl in Orange Center, the various bookstores around Sofia - Greenwich, Ciela, Helikon on Vitosha Bul., and also bookstores in the malls - e.g. Ciela in Mall of Sofia.

    Also, check these guys for used -

    The good thing is all are pretty central and a short walk from here you'll be staying
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  3. wallpaperman

    wallpaperman Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Thanks oldschool, we're bound to see a couple of the Orange Center shops while we wander about,will pop in.

    Will check out the afore mentioned Diukian Meloman as it looks like it's a bit of an institution and according to Google Maps is about 0.2 of a mile from our hotel.
  4. QuestionMark?

    QuestionMark? 4th&Goal

    The End Zone
    Where else in the world could you go and get some good information on record stores in Sofia, Bulgaria? I love it!
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  5. wallpaperman

    wallpaperman Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Absolutely, there's help all around the world, not just in the more familiar countries.
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