GIFTED was founded in May 2017 by the architect Valeri Gyurov with the help of family and friends. Soon after the team was joined by the people of 365 association, who are behind Free Sofia Tour, Culture Tour, Communist Tour and Sofia Alternative Tour.


GIFTED is an urban space of a new type. Its mission is to present Sofia at first place and Bulgaria in general in a innovative and creative way. The space is dedicated to local artists, collectives and brands, who are trying to build the contemporary image of the capital and the country as an attractive touristic destination. Our goal is to meet interesting people, to share information and to make nice collaborations in a cozy athmosphere.


Our gallery aims to be a platform for young, talented local artists, to make interesting collaborations and projects happen, but also to pay attention to the visual heritage of the period 1944-1989 and to be the possible bridge between the different generations in Bulgarian art and design scene.

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We all at GIFTED love to travel and discover new places, people and experiences. That’s why we do our best on daily basis to help visitors of Sofia spend their time in the city in the best way possible.


Luggage lockers in 4 sizes:
S = 4 BGN/day
M = 8 BGN/day
L = 12 BGN/day
XL = 20 BGN/day


Halfbike rental prices:
half day = 13 BGN
one day = 25 BGN

cash deposit of 500 BGN



We are offering information about existing tours in and around the city and the region like Free Sofia Tour, Culture Tour, Communist Tour, Free Food Tour, The new pub crawl and Sofia graffiti tour.
You can sign up for following tours:
- Rila monastery and Boyana church, every day
- Seven Rila lakes, every Wednesday and Satureday
- Plovdiv, every Friday
- Koprivshtitsa and Plovdiv, every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday


Here you can learn more about the tour, buy the survival kit and visit the second part of the tour at 19:30 every Monday, Wednesday or Friday.

Sofia Alternative Tour


Our selection of souvenirs and gifts includes post cards, stamps, envelopes, posters, books, pins, t shirts, bags, backpacks, games, models, paintings, prints, stickers, local craft beers, quality wines and artefacts from the past in our “Lost and found” section.

You can find brands like:
SoSofia – http://sosofia.com/
Vezba – http://vezba.bg/
i/tems – https://www.i-tems.eu/
Taratanci – http://taratanci.com/
Laska by nature – https://laskabynature.com/
Lock furniture – http://lock-furniture.com/bg/
ДръвКулки – https://www.facebook.com/dravkulki/
J-Griffin – http://j-griffin.com/
Clash spray cans – http://www.clashpaint.com/en/
Lodkata – https://www.lodkata.com/bg/
Sito studio – http://sito-studio.com/
projects like “Take away Sofia” by Studio Komplekt – http://studiokomplekt.com/
and lots of other intriguing local artists and designers.


Read more about the upcoming events, new brands or products featured.

Insect’s Secrets by Boris Pramatarov, 16.01. – 30.01.2018

Insect’s Secrets by Boris Pramatarov, 16.01. – 30.01.2018

Insect’s Secrets
by Boris Pramatarov http://borispramatarov.tumblr.com/
16.01. – 30.01.2018

Opening: 16.01., Τuesday, 6 pm
„Gifted”, Ivan Denkoglu St. 24, Sofia

The exibition includes
the drawings from the series “Insects’ secrets”,
prints and artists books.

„The insects don’t have dreams.
These silent observers don’t know good or bad, beautiful or ugly. They do not involve.
They are witnesses who do not judge. The Insects live here and now.
In the world of the insects future and past are incomprehensible. Their law is the one of the pure survival and existence.
They perform the life in front of my eyes
and their movements reflect the sadness and the celebrations,
the beginning and the end. In the insects’ shadows I see my face“.

Boris Pramatarov

The exhibition is supported by Jameson Irish Whiskey

* * *
Boris Pramatarov (*1989) is a visual artist, graduated in Book and Printed Graphics at the Bulgarian National Academy of Art and Graphic Design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium. He has six solo’ exhibitions in Sofia, Brussels, Belgrade and has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Paris (“400 dessins à vif”, Gallery Lavignes Bastille, 2012), Vienna (Wittgenstein House, 2012), New York (“Anxiety”, Exhibition of illustrations in NY Times Opinion Blog, Gallery 7 of NY Times, 2013), Maribor (Mundus Vade Retro International Exhibition, KIBLA Portal, 2014), Daejeon (“Alienation & Anti-alienation”, SSEE Space, 2014), etc. Author of five artist’s books: “My Demons” (2012, Sofia), “Doppelgänger” (2013, Sofia), “Amygdala” (2013, United Dead Artists Publishers, Paris), “Cherophobia” (2015, Gallery E2& L’Appât, Brussels),“The Observer” (2016, Le dernier cri Publishers, Marseille). His drawings have been published in The New York Times, De Standaard, etc. “Postindustrial” (2015) is his first animated film based on original poem by Kaloyan Pramatarov and produced by Compote Collective.

Boris Pramatarov
tumblr: http://borispramatarov.tumblr.com/

exhibition “A spoon of culture”, January 3-12, 2018

exhibition “A spoon of culture”, January 3-12, 2018

Illustrations based on Tove Jansson’s short stories, digital compositions, a document for the youth of a guy from Sofia, the inner world of a graffiti artist and many more. All this is happening at Gifted Sofia’s gallery from 3 to 8 January, 2018.

A bunch of young artists appear on the art stage for the first time. Project “A spoon of culture for Sofia” is finally coming true. We created a platform for artists under the age of 25 in order to show the perception of art and culture of young people in Sofia.



You are staying already too long in Sofia and wonder where to go and what to visit outside of the capital?

Shall I rent a car, take the train, or ride a bus?


AfterWorks by Omerta

AfterWorks by Omerta

exhibition opening, Friday 1 December, 7 PM


Do you have a potential project that we can discuss or you just want to get in touch with us?
Send us an email : welcome@giftedsofia.com or just use the contact form below:

  Ivan Denkoglu Str. 24, Sofia 1000, Bulgaria

  Working Hours:
Monday – Sunday
10:30 AM – 1:00 PM
2:00 PM – 7:30 PM