Nightingale Hostel

Address: Square P.R. Slaveykov 2 A, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNightingale Hostel Sofia

Reviewed by vent-dest

Sofia, Nightingale Hostel

Reviewed Oct 5, 2012
by (3 reviews) Saint Briac sur Mer & Le Croisic , France Flag of France

Les propriétaires sont charmants. Ils aiment leur ville et peuvent vous en parler pendant des heures!
Nous avons testé la chambre de deux personnes, très confortable.
Nous avons également goûté les "Banitsas" au petit déjeuner, typiquement bulgare!
Parfait pour un séjour dans la capitale, il manquerait juste une place de parking!

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Reviewed by binni

Leave as friends

Reviewed Mar 8, 2011
by (12 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Top hostel!! Great value, great breakfast, perfect location, the staff and owners are so friendly you feel more like you're staying with friends of friends, and you definitily leave as friends. Def recommend!!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Nightingale Hostel Sofia

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Sofia

Mum returns to the UK, I stay on in Sofia

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Oct 31, 2014

9 photos

We went down to breakfast at Hotel Niky at 8 and after that finished we walked to Sveti Sofia church, the oldest church in Sofia. It's been restored many times but you can still see foundations of its earlier incarnations in the crypt (some through glass panels in the floor).

On the way there, however, we came across a tiny, circular …

12 hours on a bus - awesome...hmmm

A travel blog entry by ashjen.parkes on Aug 02, 2010

... that were housed in a pretty interesting looking building – cue the picture here and across from this was the mosque of the bathhouse. We went to this area where there were all these taps with the nice mineral water that was actually really hot – I was quite surprised by that. Apparently it has healing powers and the Bulgarian people always fill up bottles of water there – this must refrigerate it or something, I'm not so sure.

We ...

PectopaHt. What does that spell?

A travel blog entry by garynbrown on Jun 14, 2010

14 photos

... means low-cut tops, push-up bras, short skirts and tight fitting clothes (if it means anything for the men, I am too busy noticing the women to be able to tell you what it is). So far, we have not seen great differences between Romania/Moldova and Bulgaria, but we may as we have more time here.

pectopaHt. What does that spell? Trouble, because unless Linda and I can get a little more proficient at reading Cyrillic, we are going to have a hell of a time ...

Live from Sofia

A travel blog entry by bulgardo on May 15, 2010


Not too much has happened since I last wrote. Things seem to have slowed down some.

It's been rainy and cool here the last few days. I understand that this is normal for this time of year, and that it will continue this way for a while. It makes it a little more uncomfortable to walk around, but I still manage to get out. Lucky I brought an umbrella!

On Thursday, I met an RPCV who had served in Vidin, ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jun 10, 2009

1 comment, 4 photos

... which blubbery, hair-less guys with off-yellow skin walked with pettite girlfriends in sexy skirts. That led to an open square bordered on two sides by parks, and on the final side by a pine-forest hill sticking up behind a yellow saloon. Locals of all ages were out enjoying themselves, and I felt very comfortable.

But, I moved on to Sofia. Sofia was an uncomfortably big city with a 12th-century, stone church and a voluminous Orthodox church we could ...