Passport Hostel

Address: 34/36, Vranya Str., Sofia, Bulgaria | Hostel
 
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Sofia

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on May 22, 2015

10 photos

... there is from Bulgaria. The Romans controlled the area for a while, so it makes sense that they found some Roman artifacts. The Ottoman Turks were there for a while, so it made sense that they had some Turkish stuff. They had their own Christian kingdom for a while, and had pieces of an old church hanging on the walls. And of course, they had the older bronze and other such aged stuff as well.
When I was there, they were having problems with on of their alarms, ...

Midnight on the ghost train...

A travel blog entry by turnernz on Oct 24, 2014

... us would be braving the night train. My assumption that a 30 or so minute transfer to the outskirts of Istanbul from where would be put on a train were soon corrected by English co-passenger, simon, who said that a lengthy transfer to the Turkish border awaited since - as above - trains no longer operate north of Istanbul. The bus was comfortable, free water was available, and I was generally relaxed about whatever lay ahead (a comment restricted to ...

Because it's faster

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jun 04, 2014

3 comments, 2 photos

... it's faster. We order via drive-thru because it's faster. We buy frozen pre-cooked meals because it's faster. Could we be any more impatient?? Believe me, I know I'm to blame, as well, but it's just so sad to see how much more carefree life is here! I want that so badly in America, but I know that's just our way of life. I have also decided I want a motorcycle. Obviously, because it's faster. So, there's that for ya, ...

Eastern travels

A travel blog entry by quinitch on Nov 05, 2013

2 comments, 11 photos

... Because they were Runners Up in the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. I kid you not. Yes, I know it isn’t real but I love Harry Potter and this was just joyful. I walked the streets of Sofia wanting to cheer the passers-by: ‘you were runners up in ’94!’ but I managed to hold it in. And I’m sad to say that this is really all I have to write about Sofia, Bulgaria. Not the most interesting capital city, I’m afraid. It’s probably why they all took to ...

Sofia, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 24, 2013

10 photos

... only young people, or those in the tourist areas, that can speak English, but people did stop to help us when were trying to work out where we were on our map. Bulgarians shake their heads when they mean "yes" and nod their heads when they mean "no" and sometimes reverse these gestures when they know they are speaking to tourists, so communication can become very confusing. Bulgaria is a member of the European Union, however, their economy is ...