Nightingale Hostel

Address: 2A, Slaveykov Square, 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 …

Mouth-Watering Goodness on a Plate

A travel blog entry by orianapacker on Aug 04, 2011


... us wine from his own vineyard. Multiple bottles, actually, so that I could compare. White, rose, all delicious! Check it out:

And I, well... I ate. Devoured, rather. Only when we were done did I think about how nice it would have been to take a picture of this Bulgarian feast. What I missed with a lens I vowed to capture with words, so you be the judge: Is your mouth watering yet?

All fine in the end

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 13, 2010

1 comment, 27 photos

... to give them their presents, attempting to wish them Happy Christmas in Bulgarian too... their excitement was plain to see, and the teachers told us that the kids had been bouncing up and down all morning in anticipation of our visit.

After a quick cup of tea with the headmistress, we went across to the kindergarten. A group of very well behaved little children treated us to a rendition of a Bulgarian nursery rhyme about a little rabbit. ...

A Canadian Community in Bulgaria (5th & 6th Floor)

A travel blog entry by markdoch on Jul 28, 2010

24 comments, 1 photo

... to come down the stair. Shaky, but so wondrous. As I write this my eyes fill with tears - I'm learning to weep in front of Doc. Amazing doesn't do justice to the gift this is for me to witness. I am so grateful to have been part of this experience and knowing there are so many of you following this with us fills me with gratitude. Thanks everyone for your entries. I am missing home too.

Hi there - Doc here...My body has changed and it ...

Sophia: Soviet-era Sophia

A travel blog entry by shawnbuckle on May 18, 2010

29 photos

... to leave the country for a bit and re-enter to obtain another three month visitor visa to continue with his art. Together, we roamed around Sofia at night getting a feel for the city. I found some good graffiti and even better Soviet-era cars that could have been 40- to 50 years old. While the surroundings weren't exactly visually welcoming the city felt safe.

As for Sofia the ...