Travel Blogs from Sofia, Bulgaria

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Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by kategreen


... of little sleep I've been able to snooze in and out during the coach days. The hotel that we stayed in in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, was interesting. The decor was an ethnic mix. The lobby and restaurant looked like a fancy Old English place, the ...

The Ace of Spades, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

The Ace of Spades

A travel blog entry by mviglianco


... was very scenic as we made our way over the Stara Planina mountains, which cross from West to East in Central Bulgaria. If you just found yourself in Sofia, you'd probably find it a bit rough or all out scary. I don't even know anymore because you just ...

Borovetz, Borovetz, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by tomer

... season, so we slept in a renovated 2 star hotel. The furniture in the room had these wool coverings which were very popular in Bulgaria during the 70s and still very much used in the more cold areas, they creeped me out. In the evening we drove to ...

Vitosha Blvd. Main Shopping Street!, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Vitosha Blvd. Main Shopping Street!

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


    We often come to the Vitosha Blvd. -Sofia's main shopping street which in general happens to be an expensive shopping area, not particularly for shopping but even a stroll is pleasant out here.     Vitosha Boulevard:   It ...

sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by fabien


sofia is a nice city... we met nice guy doing some BMX, we walked a lot in the city and we were so happy to see the 'soldier"... (excuse my english you'll see them on a ...

Bulgaria for the 2nd time, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Bulgaria for the 2nd time

A travel blog entry by schwate


Hallo zusammen, bin um 7:30 morgens in Sofia angekommen, zwischen Griechenland und Bulgarien gibt es schon noch eine Grenzkontrolle, obwohl beide Staaten der EU angehoeren. Auch in Sofia war schoenstes Wetter, musste allerdings feststellen, dass am ...

Rila Monastery, Rila Monastery, Bulgaria travel blog

Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by schwate


... bin ich zum Rila Kloster gefahren, dem Jerusalem Bulgariens, UNESCO Weltkulturerbe und in 1000m Hoehe in den Pirin Bergen gelegen. Von Sofia bin ich zunaechst mit dem Bus nach Dupnitsa gefahren, 60km im Sueden, 2,50 Euro fuer die Fahrt. Dupnitsa ist ...

An embarrassing day for me all round really, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

An embarrassing day for me all round really

A travel blog entry by eastin80


Embarrassing moment # 1: I had been hearing a song around the traps quite a few times and it is very catchy and I quite liked it. I figured that it must be a Eurovision style singer from the Balkans or somewhere nearby and that I would Shazam it and then ...

Koksi? Hello from Bulgaria!, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Koksi? Hello from Bulgaria!

A travel blog entry by adzane


... lead me on a phenomenal tour of downtown Sofia, all the while giving me a cultural, economic, and political recent history of Bulgaria. I met a bunch of her friends, we had a great lunch, and talked about everything. Weather's great, actually got a ...

Yelling on the Street, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Yelling on the Street

A travel blog entry by bsuarez


... Sofia. It was not a reflection on my view of the city. I said that in the paragraph above too. I had a wonderful time in Sofia - especially in its nightlife. I repeat, I will never say "I had a bad time in Sofia" because I actually had a good time ...

A quick look, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

A quick look

A travel blog entry by roundthecorner


When ever you get to these hostels you are given leaflets or see poster around with things to do or see, one them was a free bike ride around the city and I thought this was something I hadn't done. The bike was a very leisurely pace and took out a ...

It's not over 'til the Fat Santa dances..., Vratsa, Bulgaria travel blog

It's not over 'til the Fat Santa dances...

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust


Wednesday 14th saw our teams spilt in two to cover seven different deliveries in sone extremely variable locations and circumstances. For the first team today was very different to yesterday's experience with young children in Gurkovo where we ...

Sophia, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by djmitchos


Not much to say about this place, it was more a connection stop than a city stop. Sore ANOTHER church, then had macca's and that was my Sophia experience. Although buying alcohol was a pretty funny experience, it was just this little window literally on ...

Going home, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Going home

A travel blog entry by lionsinbulgaria

Caroline, Lauren and Leslie are in the air. Anne is at the gate in Sofia and Liz is at the computer in Sofia airport. We are sad to leave Bulgaria but happy to be heading home to family, pets and friends. The trip was way more than we expected with ...

Sailing on Lake Iskar, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Sailing on Lake Iskar

A travel blog entry by bilieva


A beautiful afternoon sailing on Lake Iskar, 40 km from Sofia. This is the lake where I learned to sail many years ago, and it was wonderful to go back. We sailed with my cousin Reny, her husband Rosen on their boat. Their little girls Bobi and ...

Sofia History Museum - Spring mineral water taps!, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Sofia History Museum - Spring mineral water taps!

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... Square and it used to be the former Municipal Baths. Elegant style and architecture. Nowadays it hosts a permanent exhibition of the Sofia History Museum.   Mineral Taps:   While out on my second sight-seeing stroll in Sofia I came to the ...

Sleeping in Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Sleeping in Sofia

A travel blog entry by katevoss


Thursday 7th June This morning woke up early to get the 8.30am bus from Skopje to Sofia. The bus ride took 5 or so hours during which time I slept, ate my breakfast pizza slice, attempted some blogging which failed, and listening to the Bulgarian ...

What's Bulgarian for Cheshire Oaks?, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

What's Bulgarian for Cheshire Oaks?

A travel blog entry by shiiuga


... in the room the first couple of nights, but apparently the heaters were not working properly and it has been fixed now. Bulgaria is, as I expected, very different from anywhere else I have been.  The culture is very different, and much more ...

Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by p45


... relics.  Very tempting to buy a souvenir or 2 and then it started to rain hard. We ended up staying another night in Sofia at the crazy hostel and left in the morning to rila. All in all we really liked sofia and would definitely go back again. ...

Into Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Into Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by fiseb


... familiar, except that they contain a few 3s or feydas in them...also one of the symbols is pronounced "shch". We arrived into Sofia no problem, but finding our hostel was another story. The vague mix of directions, and a general dot on the map that ...

Sofia en tren, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Sofia en tren

A travel blog entry by mexican_chilli

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There's something about Maria, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

There's something about Maria

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust

... the Krassi's and the Vasko's and give them love, care and a chance. Poverty and abandonment are entwined in Bulgaria. When we got back to Sofia this afternoon, we saw first hand the poverty of an inner city Roma community in Moderno Predgradie. Here we ...

Rilla Monestary, Rilla Monestary, Bulgaria travel blog

Rilla Monestary

A travel blog entry by tomer


We left Borovetz and drove for the Rilla monetary. We spent quite some time there. I got some more 'Mekitzi'. The monetary is beautiful and i don't have much to say about it, so I hope the pictures are ...

Venturing Out on Our Own, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Venturing Out on Our Own

A travel blog entry by thecrabbs


... the post.  I think we were both too tired to post yesterday.  Sorry for the delay.  Yesterday we ventured out into Sofia on our own.  For some reason we decided to walk into the center of the city???????  That was a bit more ...

Suzie, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by jcq67


Hi Suzie,  can you please check your email we sent a message to you ...

Българиa, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by onedude


... uses the Cyrillic alphabet, similar to Russia, but not used by any other countries in the Balkans. Sofia is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria with a population of 1.3 million. It is surrounded by mountains. One interesting fact about Bulgarians is ...

Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog


A travel blog entry by wanderingkiwis


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Sofia - as in Saint or stress?, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Sofia - as in Saint or stress?

A travel blog entry by lostalready


... goodness - no more navigating! (I would say driving but that was Bevan's dubious honor). So what else can I say about the capital of Bulgaria, a country that is famous for 4 things: 1. The head nod for no, head shake for yes (no, we haven't mastered it) ...

Woke up in the 80s, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

Woke up in the 80s

A travel blog entry by lyndshane


... fun and exciting event with plenty of Eastern European douchbaggery. So far we are very much enjoying it here in Bulgaria for a number of reasons – beautiful landscapes, incredible architecture, tasty food, cheap beer/wine, classic East meets West ...

St. Nedelia Cathedral  -Αγία K, Sofia, Bulgaria travel blog

St. Nedelia Cathedral -Αγία K

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... 922;υριακής! The St. Nedelia (Holy Sunday) Cathedral is one of the most visited tourist sites in Sofia and is located in the heart of the city, popular with weddings.   While entering I had a feeling of peace. ...

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