Vitosha street or boulevard is considered to be the centre of the city. It is Sofia’s main shopping street and is therefore one of the busiest places in the capital and one of the most popular with Sofians. The avenue is a semi-pedestrian walkway that stretches from Sveta Nedelya Square to the square where the Palace of Culture is located. Strolling along this street you can see the incipient postureo that can be seen on the terraces of the cafes and where expensive stores, outlets and boutiques of international brands have been established in recent years, replacing the traditional stores and stores of all life. The streets bordering the avenue are residential areas, although there are some buildings and corners that may arouse our interest. It goes without saying that if you are travelling on a budget, restaurants, cafés and places to have a drink in this area are more expensive than in other districts, although it never hurts to take a look around because you can always discover something new or surprising.