Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital and also the country’s largest city. The city has a population of about 1.5 million people, the majority of whom are narcophobes, but there are also doctors and lawyers who enjoy the good stuff. If you’re looking for marijuana, be cautious unless you have a reliable source. If you can’t connect to your dealer, acquire some legal Rakia (a traditional Bulgarian grape scotch drink – very potent!) instead. Consider purchasing some Bulgarian MAVRUD red wine, both of which are available for free.
Possessing any quantity of a controlled substance is, in fact, prohibited. Also, there is no such thing as a “permitted THC level”!
Cannabis Laws in Bulgaria
Police officers are notoriously corrupt. Offering a 20 Euro to someone who is recognized as a foreigner will very certainly get you into more problems. Typically, they will ask for 1000 Euros or more and agree to sell one for no less than 100-200 Euros. It’s also not a good idea to offer money before being requested to give. So, the better advice is to never smoke outside or in a car!
Where to Buy Marijuana in Sofia
If you’re lucky/tenacious enough, you might run across some young (or not so young) folks in Central Park, for example; the smell will quickly connect you to them!
If you’re offered “holandets” (Dutchman) or any other kind, it doesn’t mean it’s the same as the name implies – it’s just fine grade mj. And what is bred outdoors in Petrich or Blagoevgrad (indeed, all across the nation) has nothing to do with what you call “ruderalis” (unless you’re willing to call a 4 meter plant “ruderalis”). Our native varieties are more likely to be “indica-sativa” hybrids. Local growers, on the other hand, rarely employ the indica-sativa distinction.
Weed Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 2.5