Vitosha Hostel

23 Solunska Street, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hostel

Travel Blogs from Sofia

Sofia (NO PROBLEM!!)

A travel blog entry by nat1198


... played pool, and Dylan even played cards with a girl from Indonesia and a guy from Australia so his was a great experience for him to introduce him to new people from all over the world! The next day we did some sightseeing in the city, we visited Lady's market which was an experience in itself we also saw the changing of the guards outside the Presidency and enjoyed some time in a park where Dylan played chess with an old ...

Exploring Sofia's Churches

A travel blog entry by londone7


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I went in and it wasn't in as good repair as the ones I had been visiting previously. The main dome had scaffolding to support it and there was restoration work going on outside too. There were lots of Africans hanging around outside and ...

Sofia again

A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... for Bulgarians. But found a nice place for coffee and muffin so that filled in nicely till 8. Then it was go go go. A walk round the central area, then at 11 went on the free guided walk. I had done this before but it allowed Hannah to have some of the sights, buildings and history explained to her ( yes, i am meant to be the guide but I have already forgotten some of the ...

Painful trip to...but warm welcome in...Sofia

A travel blog entry by ltalsky


... with the boyfriend of my friend Nikki (suitemate and good friend from UNC, living in Sofia, working for the state dept) at the Sofia train station and we knew we were probably going to be at least 2 hrs late. So, as we crossed the border and said goodbye to Lance's Turkish SIM card GBs, we sent a late-night email to Nikki telling her bf to meet us at 2pm instead of noon. Meanwhile, the busload of turkish kids boarded our train car (of course) and proceeded ...

0 - Brenda; 15 - Gastroenteritis

A travel blog entry by brendakwilson


... the store to purchase me some of his mother's stomach remedy ingredients: warm coke, pretzels (not for eating but for stirring the coke to remove the carbonation while also adding salt to the coke), and then some Zwieback (basically, large-sized melba toasts). After another nap, we decided to take a walk toward the city center. It was risky, as I was still feeling light-headed and so on. By this time it was already 8:30pm, so ...


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