Garden Flat

Address: 60, Luben Karavelov str., Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

First Train Travel

A travel blog entry by heeneystravels on Aug 05, 2015

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... more that evening and enjoyed all the historical looking buildings. We found a really neat park by the beautiful Theater. Apparently this is where people hang out at all times of day, but especially evening. There are several areas where you can play chess and there were several games going on. These people were serious chess players and had a lot of onlookers at each table. The next day we decided to go on a free walking tour we found out about through our hotel. We met in ...

A Day-Trip Around Sofia

A travel blog entry by maxross on Feb 03, 2015

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... br> It takes around 2 hours to get to Starosel from Sofia. You take the Trakia highway east and then take the exit for Hisarya. Then follow the brown road sites to the Starosel tombs.

2. Rila Monastery
The Rila Monastery is the largest and most famous Eastern Orthodox monastery in Bulgaria. It is situated in the southwestern Rila Mountains, 117 km (73 ml) south of the capital Sofia in the deep valley ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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... a promotional brochure about the hotel in English so did so.

Off c 0800. Esa had been working on the bus a/c last night, only turning it on when we got out of Bansko. We passed Le Retro, the #1 rated Tripadvisor spot to eat. I would have needed a miracle to find it. An old lady was selling what looked like yogurt in big pop bottles. Cows have been a rare sight on this entire trip. Surprised the Engineer did not sense the very narrow gauge railroad tracks.

The Bosphorus Expense

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 21, 2014

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... only one of many such sights to be seen along this neglected railway. Dozens of disused platforms lined our route, many of which had fine entrance buildings that were now devoid of activity and people. One or two were still in use, but those that got on the train looked miserable and cold. Whatever sad jobs they had in town must have been worth the stark journey north, but I said a thankful prayer to no one in particular that mine was a one-way trip.

After a two and a ...

Coincidence central - sofia, bulgaria

A travel blog entry by simonandtally on Sep 18, 2013

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After a great extended visit to Belgrade city we made our way to Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria. We decided to opt for the train as oppose to the bus. Both were roughly the same price and both overnight, so saving a nights accommodation. We realised that in all the travelling...4 months in and we still hadn't been on a train! So that decided that lol. Didn't really know what to expect from a Serbian train...there were separate carriages for bed tickets and one ...