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 …

Speaking Wongolian

A travel blog entry by pwong on Aug 05, 2011

11 photos

... br> Wongolian is what I call the language used when walking around a foreign city, hopelessly lost, and butchering the local language while trying to get directions. It's not so bad as a native English speaker visiting a country that speaks a romance language - French, Italian, Spanish, even German ... the pronunciation will surely be wrong, but you can at least attempt to speak a few words of the language without horribly ...

Something to shout about

A travel blog entry by trusselltrust on Dec 11, 2010

1 comment, 17 photos

... the very poor people in the Church's local community. Despite his wife's serious illnes and the loss of his two grown up sons in the last five years Pastor Georgi's enthusiam for his community work is unwaning. His plans for a regular meeting place for people with disabilities are well along and he is engaged in talks with local social services to provide support.

The evening finds the team at Balkan Basketball club for a home game ...

Just woke up!

A travel blog entry by markdoch on Jul 27, 2010


... nice.
He then turned to me and said you need to sit up for the rest of the test. I said well... how are the veins? He said "but of course they are wide open and flowing". 5% narrowed...not 90% Relief!!!
I little more conversation about different things and Canada. He asked what is the biggest lake and I wasn't sure so I gave him the 5 biggest and he said he would like to come to Canada and swim ...

Vienna, not quite

A travel blog entry by travela on Jan 17, 2010

1 comment, 25 photos

... where the spot lights cast shadows from the frames over the works and worse still over illuminated the light tones to the point of making them glow, while the darker colours just disappeared into colourless blackness. Leaving a flat, black and white effect, just not good at all.

Nedsky Cathedral was built as war memorial to the many 1,000's who died ridding the Balkans of the Turks during the war of 1777 to 1778 (short for a war I thought). I'm ...