Sofia Land

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Coordinates: 42°40′4″N 23°19′49″E / 42.66778°N 23.33028°E / 42.66778; 23.33028

Sofia Land logo

Sofia Land (София Ленд) was an amusement park in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. It was the first true amusement park in the country, as well as one of the largest in Southeastern Europe, and was situated on an area of 35,000 m² in a park close to Sofia Zoo. Construction of the main building began in July 2001 and the park was opened on 21 September 2002.

Sofia Land featured 4 extreme, 8 children's and 11 all-age rides and attractions, a number of bars, restaurants, coffeehouses, clubs, a bowling ally under the park itself also a gaming station with PS2 and other games below. There were also many shops and several cinema halls situated in the park's main building, which resembled a castle.

In September 2006, plans to change the owner and close the park were announced. The park was officially closed down on October 16 of the same year.[1]

Map of Sofia Land
The main entrance to Sofia Land


  1. ^ "Не разрешаваме върху парка да се строят блокове, заявиха съветници" [Do not allow the park to be built blocks, said councilors] (in Bulgarian). в-к Стандарт. 2006-10-09. Retrieved 2006-10-16.