Nightingale Hostel

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 (9 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

Old churches in Sofia & Overnight Train - Istanbul

A travel blog entry by brendakwilson on Jun 23, 2011

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... somewhere apparently, as those carts actually never made it! (Our very short sleeper car left after 3 hours and still no sight of the train from Belgrade!) Dennis was a bit concerned about what the condition of the sleeper car would be, but I reminded him that it could only be a step up from the trains we took during our trip throughout India!! I was right: our sleeper car from Sofia to Istanbul was actually quite romantic - a small, cozy, ...


A travel blog entry by vmang on Jul 23, 2010


... time, so one more little change. Last night a couple of people were demonstrating how they can jump, some better than others, but everyone has had some positive change. Once we get home, back to a regular routine and do physio and other things to get the muscles back in shape, we will really be able to see what the changes are.
We don't have any specific plans for today, we'll just see what evolves.


A travel blog entry by lionofzion450 on Jun 23, 2010

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... immeditaly made friends and all was well. We made our way through rush hour to the hotel. When we got there we found out that this hotel had know elevator and we were on the top floor. I was paired up with 2 friends from NEw York Drew and Miles and a Bulgarian named stephen. When I went to shower i found there was no curtain strange. After a dinner of traditonal bulgarian food which did not fit my american palet, I fell ...

Avenue Q

A travel blog entry by david_chung on Sep 17, 2009

... not, and if we give them a minute we can all go upstairs together.

Wait - upstairs?

Dan looked at me a tad sheepishly - perhaps us being on the wrong floor is a better explanation for the decor discrepancies than the Bulgarian capacity to redecorate in the space of 2 days. When we went back inside, the others were no longer at the table, apparently having regained their skepticism in Dan's absence. We found them midway up the stairs -- stairs ...


A travel blog entry by churchill2020 on Dec 28, 2008

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... are KFC's, Maccy D's and Dunkin Donuts everywhere and it gets very cold in winter (-6' plus windchill when we were walking around today). Wandered down Vitosha which is the main shopping street and hit the park at the end of it (not sure which one as I left my map in Sofia). Saw the monument to Communism, Morman's singing Christmas carols and a local busking by playing a ...