Club Peroto located in the building of the National Palace of Culture (NDK) is a place for literature and reading which works 24 hours, 7 days a week. Almost every night there is a literature meeting or a book launch. Sometimes there are private events so be sure to check the programme on Facebook if you plan to go after 18:30.
You can’t miss the stairs that take you to the main entrance – they represent book spines of Bulgarian editions. Perfect spot for photos!
Inside Peroto it is full with books which you can look through and read for free. If you find a book that you like – you can also buy it. Peroto hosts a bar so you can have a glass of wine or a cup of tea while you are resting with a book in hand. The place is good both for work and for meeting up with friends.
This cultural spot has almost everything you need: a bar with drinks and snacks, a small stage, kids corner for reading and other art and craft activities. Of course my favourite thing there are the cosy armchair-libraries that can store books.
One thing that I don’t like is that you can’t play on the piano next to the stage. It is only used during special meetings and book premieres.
Nevertheless it’s still one of my favourite places in the city which I choose for a cosy meeting or a peaceful spot for reading and work when I can’t concentrate at home.