Park Inn by Radisson Sofia
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Park Inn by Radisson Sofia
Travel Blogs from Sofia
... go on a tour of the city or to go to the shopping center/Starbucks. I went to shopping mall, but not because I wanted to shop. I wanted to talk to Stoyko more about his vision for Studio865 and its partnership with TWR. I do not regret this decision in the least bit. The next two hours was spent having a real adult conversation and I not only got more than I needed for my interview, but was also advised personally in both my future ...
... us. We were happily welcomed into the actual home, (or what seemed like a MANSION in this country), turned hostel by a woman named Nina and her entire family. Before we could even get settled in she was offering us fresh baked bread with local cheese for a snack and once again we knew we had found a gem.
We arrived at night so there wasn't much site seeing to be done so we did what we do best...went for a nice dinner at a recommended restaurant in the ...
... the corner and stopped. We waited and waited, and of course we didn't speak Serbian and the driver spoke no English, so we had no idea what was going on. A little while later, another cab appeared. It turned out our cab had a flat tire. We got to the train station and boarded the train. We had to split into two cabins. It was a decent train ride. When the guy came by to check the tickets, he said something really confusing ...
... given day regardless of the weather, one can find people strolling around and checking out books and magazines being sold by the many vendors there. The square is named after writers Pencho and Petko Slaveykov, a father and soon. Statues of them can be found on a bench on the edge of the square. We wandered around some more before deciding to come home as the temperature started to dip ever so slightly as it got later in the day.
... in American clubs.
Afterwards, Militza and her friend told me they had never seen a foreigner able to dance Chalda like me, especially not an American. A little more time here, a lot more language acquisition, and I'd happily be a Bulgarian. I can prove it-- I even love tomatoes now! Just drop me in Veliko Turnovo with a bagpipe and some sheep and I'd be happy as a clam.