Central Forum Hotel

Address: 41 Tsar Boris III Blvd., Sofia, 1612, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Красно село area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), The Bells ("Kambanite"), Statue of Slaveikovs, and Soviet Army Monument.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Forum Hotel Sofia

    Reviewed by traveldetails

    A nice hotel at Sofia

    Reviewed Apr 24, 2014
    by (3 reviews) Thessaloniki Region , Greece Flag of Greece

    Very nice hotel, good location, and very good servises! The brekfast is good. they have a very good restaurant in the hotel! The rooms are good, i prefered a luxury apartment!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Central Forum Hotel Sofia

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Sofia

    Belgrade to Sofia

    A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Aug 20, 2015

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    ... at which point the rain has stopped and there is no thunder in the sky. Flight uneventful, but two hours late to Sofia, arriving around 5:30 instead of 3:30 like we were supposed to. Arrive in Sofia and take the brand new metro line to the center of the city, getting out at the Serdica train stop. A quick and painless 20 minute journey from the airport to the city center.

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    Bulgaria's Jerusalem

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on Apr 17, 2015

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    Today I woke up to find that the tour to a remote monastery that I'd signed up for wouldn't be going ahead due to lack of people. When things like this happen, I refuse to be deterred. Off I went on the public bus, travelling 3 hours in each direction in a sweat box of a mini van, with daredevil Bulgarian drivers who will overtake in any gap, regardless of oncoming traffic

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    No passport, no government. Say what?!

    A travel blog entry by cassie_bodkin on Feb 16, 2013

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    ... no identification, the government in Bulgaria resigned. Riots and protests spread through Bulgaria like wildfire..some violent, some peaceful. In Varna, a seaside city in Bulgaria, two men lit themselves on fire. Why the outbursts and unrest? The foundation of the protests seems to be high electricity bills; however, as time went on it was clear there were and are MAJOR problems in Bulgaria. Social security is too low and the cost of ...

    Beautiful Bulgaria

    A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on May 08, 2012

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    I can't remember whether or not I shared this before but being in Eastern Europe was not part of my original long term plan. It was on one of those really long travel days in Turkey only two weeks ago that I had a good look at the National Geographic World Atlas App on my phone and contemplated the possibility of coming here. I worked out that I can use my time in the Schengen Area a lot more wisely without overstaying my visa and see more ...

    1 - Dennis & Brenda; 0 - Jet Lag Monster

    A travel blog entry by brendakwilson on Jun 20, 2011

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    ... and conspicuous as well as those tucked away in the off-the-beaten path streets. It has a history that dates back to pre-historic times and it is home to the ancient Bulgar tribal people; indeed, parts of present-day Bulgaria were once part of the ancient Thracian kingdom, then was occupied by the Greeks, then the Romans. It became unified as a Bulgarian ethnicity during the 7th century with the rise of the First Bulgarian Empire (which favored ...