|Location||Tsarigradsko shose, Sofia|
|Owned by||Sofia Municipality|
|Operated by||Metropoliten JSC|
|Bus routes||Bus lines: 1, 3, 5, 6, 505|
|Accessible||an elevator to entrance|
|Station code||3029; 3030|
|Opened||25 April 2012|
|Previous names||Tsarigradsko shose|
Inter Expo Center – Tsarigradsko shose Metro Station (Bulgarian: Метростанция "Интер Експо Център - Цариградско шосе") is a station on the Sofia Metro in Bulgaria. It opened on 25 April 2012. Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and EU Council President Herman Van Rompuy inaugurated the new section of the Sofia Metro, which was funded with EU money. It is located on Tsarigradsko shose.
Interchange with other public transport
The metro station is situated immediately next to and named after the Inter Expo Center, whose main entrance is located about 20 m (65 feet) from the pedestrian exit of the station. Capital City, a cluster of high-rise office buildings, including Capital Fort and Sky Fort is located in proximity.
- "Borisov, Van Rompuy Inaugurate New Section of Sofia Metro's Line 1". Sofia, Bulgaria: Novinite.com. 2012-04-25. Retrieved 2022-09-04.
- "Bulgarian Capital to Launch New Metro Section ahead of Schedule". Sofia, Bulgaria: Novinite.com. 2012-04-10. Retrieved 2022-09-04.
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