Passport Hostel

34/36, Vranya Str., Sofia, Bulgaria | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Day 1 (01/06)

A travel blog entry by sofingo


... the pool and enjoyed the sun for a while.

At 9.30 PM we ate a traditional Bulgarian dinner, made by Georgi’s mom. This was surprisingly good! We had to honour the tradition of drinking rakia but to be honest, this was disgusting... until we mixed it with some appeljuice!

At 11.30 PM it was time to sleep because our alarms were set at 5 AM! The night was calm, the beds were hard.

Greetings from Bulgaria,
Ine, Jurgen, ...

Day 19 - Don't judge a book...

A travel blog entry by adamsmally


... we found ourselves in a local park with a small boating lake so for a very small fee of £3 we hired a pedalo for 30 minutes and relaxed on the lake. The sun was shining and it was all very picturesque. Charly fell in.

Unfortunately that was a jape but wouldn't that have made for hilarious blog reading?!

We popped back to the hostel to secure our plans for tomorrow. Sadly we arrive in Belgrade at 5:10 on a night train that is notoriously unhygienic, hot and ...


A travel blog entry by p45


... the government at the time but we avoided them. After that we walked around the old antique sellers. So much old nazi and communist 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. Good ...

Bus Ride to Koprivshtitsa

A travel blog entry by dmarek


... more negative before a driver pointed me back at the original agent where I spoke to another woman who sold me the ticket. While I was wandering around killing time, another woman told me that there were no trips to Koprivshtitsa. I had intended to mention my second lesson but now I am not sure what it was unless - don't always take no for an answer.

It was a long wait and I left my book back at the room. First I took some photos ...

Levs and cycles and bears, oh my!

A travel blog entry by tennis_tom


... Bulgaria, you ain't got **** on France.

I admit I didnt know too much about Bulgaria other than that they invented Cyrillic (and won't stop going on about it) and that they have an up and coming tennis player called Grigor Dimitrov who is slightly dreamy.

We arrived at our hostel which was pretty decent. They were organising a bike tour 30 minutes after we arrived and even though we were tired, we decided to do it as we knew we'd be ...


This hostel, located in the Сердика area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Alexander Nevski Church, Rila Monastery, and Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai).
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