Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a Bulgarian Orthodox cathedral situated in the city of Sofia, Bulgaria. The cathedral was built from 1882 to 1912, it is dedicated to Saint Alexander Nevsky. It was built to the designs of Alexander Pomerantsev, it is a beautiful Neo-Byzantine structure that dominates the local area. With its bell tower and gold plated dome, the cathedral is a landmark in the city and a popular place for religious worship.
Situated in the city centre, the cathedral is within walking distance of most other city centre locations. You can also get there by taking the metro to ‘Serdika’ which is a short walk away, the M1 and M2 lines stop there.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors daily 7am-7pm. Admission is free.