Everyday life in communist
The Red Flat
Entering the Red Flat means travelling back in time to Communist Bulgaria of the 1980’s. By visiting the home of an average family you will discover what everyday life was like for ordinary Bulgarians during the Cold War. Work and leisure, school and vacation, eating, drinking, watching TV, partying and doing the chores – how did these things happen in the days of Reagan and Gorbachev? Enter the flat and find out for yourselves!
Mon – Sun
10:30-18:00 (last admission)
12 Tsar Asen street, floor 2, ap. 6
GIFTED urban culture hub
10:30-19:30 (lunch break 13:00-14:00)
24 Ivan Denkoglu street, Sofia
18 BGN/9 EUR
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18 BGN/9 EUR
365 ASSOCIATION IS A BULGARIAN NON-PROFIT, NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION THAT WORKS IN THE AREA OF TOURISM AND CULTURE.
Currently their biggest projects are the Free Sofia Tour and Free Plovdiv Tour – free everyday tours in Bulgaria’s two biggest cities. Some of their other projects include the Communist Tour, Culture Tour, Alternative Tour, Kapana Arts and Crafts Distrcit Tour and others. The Association started through one man’s enthusiasm and passion and for the 9 years they have been around we became a distinct symbol for innovative and unconventional tourism in Bulgaria. They constantly try to reinvest and engage more effort in the sector of tourism and culture and that is why they became part of the idea behind the project: “Red Flat”, aiming to project an honest view on the everyday life of Bulgarians during the last stage of Communism in our country.