Holiday Village Diplomat

Address: blvd Nikola Petkov N. 51, Sofia, 1614, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Овча купел area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), Soviet Army Monument, Monument to the Unknown Warrior, and The Bells ("Kambanite").
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Thracian treasure troves, colourful Orthodoxy...

A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Oct 30, 2014

8 photos

... window. Different types of baklava, khaifa, florentines, things that looked like truffles with various toppings, little meringues, syrupy things, fingers of what I think was fudge, biscuits, cupcakes and so on. We bought a florentine, a slice of chocolatey thing and two 'tolumbi', exactly like the syrupy things we'd got at the deli in VT but longer.

Once we had checked into Hotel Niky we rested for a bit before heading out again at 4pm. We went to the ...

SOFT ON SOFIA

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 02, 2014

... technically on the 'group flight'. Right up to check in with Lot for both flights, getting my Aeroplan number in the system. Met Richard and Amanda again in the security line.

I asked Amanda if she had left a computer at check-in; the panic on her face suggested she had. I think I forgot to pick up my watch. The guy checked for me but could not find it. It's more the convenience of having one. Might have to get another on the trip or just use the ...

Bulgaria - Sofia & Rila Monastery

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 04, 2013

59 photos

... and 16% is Roman Catholic, Jewish and other.

What's quite impressive in Sofia is the fact they've carried out quite extensive excavation works, generally because they wanted to build something else (e.g. a new metro station or a hotel). Nevertheless, thanks to the effort of the local archeological team a high number of ruins belonging to the original Roman city were discovered (incl. ancient roads, gates, churches, amphitheaters and houses). We were informed ...

Hello - Goodbye Sofia

A travel blog entry by travelmenu on May 22, 2012

19 photos

... a day at the most if you want to see the church and few museums.

However, the closer we got to Sofia - we started to think that maybe there was some truth to what we'd been told. The first site of delapitated & abandoned communist buildings & factories was moving and kind of sad thinking on the whole situation for the people. The houses in the small towns and villages were old and ...

Eastward Ho

A travel blog entry by peyton on May 09, 2012

1 comment, 21 photos

... note, a 50, at an exchange kiosk and receive 5650 dinars. I feel quite flush. Back to the bus station, I slap down 1500, scoop up ticket, change,  and passport and now have just six hours to kill before bus time. With 4300 dinars burning a hole in my pocket, I make for the park inside the grounds of the fortress and order a cup of coffee at a cafe. 80 dinars. If I sit here all afternoon I could enjoy another 52 cups and have change to spare. I knock ...