Vagabond is Bulgaria's first and only high-end English monthly magazine. We tell you everything you wanted to know about Bulgaria but had no one to ask.
With articles on travel, fashion, sports, politics, real estate, arts and entertainment, plus interviews, listings, reviews and much more, we cater to all the needs of foreigners living in Bulgaria, as well as those living abroad with an interest in Bulgaria.
Vagabond is written and edited by a multicultural team of highly qualified journalists based both in Bulgaria and abroad, with contributors in major European cities including London, Edinburgh and Berlin, as well as the United States.
We deliver fresh, informative, independent journalism and a unique perspective, providing an unrivalled window on Bulgaria for the English-speaking world.
WHERE TO FIND US
Vagabond, Bulgaria's English Monthly, is distributed in Bulgaria through Jenevra Ltd, phone/fax: (+359 2) 846 4393. Vagabond has a large subscription base among expatriates in Bulgaria as well as people interested in Bulgaria in the UK, the United States, Germany, and Scandinavia. You can buy single copies of Vagabond at good newsstands throughout Bulgaria and on board the planes of AIR LAZUR. In Sofia, you can also get Vagabond at all the luxury outlets of 100 gr Sladki, at the Red House Culture and Debate Centre, at the Dyukyan Meloman music store, at the Collibri bookshops chain and at other good book and music stores, or order it at www.store.bg. Vagabond is at the British Council and the Goethe Institute. You can also obtain your copy of Vagabond at the Tourist Information Centre, Sofia and at the Tourist Centres of Bansko, Plovdiv, Tarnovo. In addition, Vagabond is being distributed at the following fine establishments: Adi's Cook & Book, Sofia Arena di Serdica, Sofia Best Western Hotel EXPO, Sofia Bistro L'Etranger, Sofia Boutique Hotel Crystal Palace, Sofia British-Bulgarian Information and Language Centre, Sofia Business Park Sofia, Sofia Checkpoint Charlie Restaurant, Sofia Coffee Heaven, Sofia Costa Coffee, Sofia, Varna, Burgas, Plovdiv, Stara Zagora Dedeman Princess Hotel, Sofia Dedeman Trimontium Princess Plovdiv Hotel First Investment Bank, Sofia Flocafe, Sofia Grand Hotel Musala Palace, Varna Grand Hotel Sofia, Sofia Han Hadji Nikoli, Veliko Tarnovo Interhotel Bulgaria, Burgas Irish Harp, Sofia J.J. Murphy's, Sofia Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena, Bansko Kempinski Hotel Zografski, Sofia Lovnata Kashta Restaurant, Sofia Maleeva Tennis Club, Sofia Maritza Hotel, Plovdiv Maxido Shop, hotel Hilton, Sofia McCarthy's Irish Pub, Sofia Nancy bookshops, Sofia, Plovdiv, Kardzhali, Haskovo Park Bar, Sofia Park Hotel Imperial, Plovdiv Park Hotel Sankt Peterburg, Plovdiv Radisson SAS Grand Hotel, Sofia Regus Business Center, Sofia Sheraton Sofi a Hotel Balkan, Sofia Starbucks Coff ee Sofia, Burgas UniCredit Bulbank, Sofi a and many others throughout the country.
70 years ago, on 10 March 1943, Bulgaria's pro-Nazi government decided to defy Berlin and halt the deportation of Bulgaria's 50.000 Jews. This was down to the actions of one man - Dimitar Peshev. Just two years later he faced Communist justice and found himself on trial for his life. His niece Kaluda Kiradjieva remembers