huge potential determined by the opportune
location from an international and local point of
view, the excellent communications and transport
connections by air, road and railway as well as
the large domestic market, the skilled working
educational facilities – all this is a
considerable prerequisite for intensive investment
activity and rapid growth. Sofia is experiencing
an unseen boom in construction and development
caused by the intense social, industrial and
economic life in the capital. Sofia has the
ambitions to become one of the most vivid and
progressive capitals in Europe.
city hall has published its plans for the
management and development of the city until 2011.
By end-2011, when the current term of Sofia mayor
Boiko Borissov expires, detailed spatial
development plans will be designed for Sofia's
housing estates and parks. Twelve new streets will
be built and many more will be broadened.
capital of Bulgaria is also quickly developing in
the entertainment sector. The number of
developers, redirecting their attention to the
entertainment and recreation areas in Sofia, is
constantly growing. One of the first steps in the
development of the entertainment sector will be
the construction of a modern aqua park. Another
main entertainment project is planned in the area,
behind the Central Train Station, simultaneously
with the construction of a mall and a residential
all these plans justify the motto on the emblem of
the city of Sofia “It grows, but does not age”.
The slogan expresses the dynamic development of
the city, without ignoring the thread that
connects present-day Sofia with its 8,000-year
history and its future as a European metropolis.
Sofia evolves every day.
new mania - skyscrapers!