A photowalk through the winter edition of Kapana bazaar


The iconic bazaar, which many of us associated with the Kapana district, is being held for the second time at the Little Main Street, locked in the area between the Roman Stadium and the Hali. The pretty tents were set up as early as Friday, but only on Monday were filled with colorful souvenirs and participants. They will be in place by the end of the week (27.12) and once again impress with interesting offers. Original souvenirs, gifts with causes, raffles with prizes, new vinylsand antique books are the findings worth mentioning.

At the marmot booth, a mysterious box awaits a lucky person who bought something from the irresistible chocolate temptations. The game takes place on the brand's Facebook page and will continue until the end of the bazaar. You'll also find a Christmas raffle under the tent of Gallery 28, where you can also try your luck during the holidays.

There are also charity causes, such as those of the students of the Plovdiv Language High School, who, through the sale of handmade cards, help a classmate in their fight against cancer. The other stand you should stop at if you want to do good this Christmas is the one at #ChiliepeppersCause. The purpose of the donation is to support the daily needs of children from poor families, but also to strive for social integration and personal development of children at risk.

Fragrant candles and cosmetics, original jewelry and handmade Christmas toys are also among the gift ideas for which a quick walk among the vast array of visitors reminds us. An intriguing option are the inspirational quotes and inscriptions, which you can buy both in frame and on paper or card. We urge all those who are late for Christmas presents to make one trip.

Music fans will certainly be delighted with the huge range of brand new vinyls from different styles - jazz, rock to classical artists. All you need is patience to look for the treasures hidden in each individual cassette.

And for the end of the market walk, we suggest stopping by the Fabrik booth to warm yourself with mulled rakia and homemade pickle. From there, there is a great view of the stage, which in the afternoon and evening will alternate between different performers.