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?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Downtown Hotel Sofia
Travel Blogs from Sofia
... I remember the bus being super late for some reason, and we got home way after dark. This was before cell phones were the norm, so my mom had gotten pretty worried.
Once we got back into the city, I met up with Veselina, a close friend of mine from high school who is also my godmother. We met up in front of the National Theater, which is one of the most beautiful buildings of Sofia. It's a 7-minute walk from my house, and on the way I marveled at how different ...
... commissioned after going into retirement some 50 years earlier from a terminal illness that needed full time care. It had that unmistakeable look of Soviet Union tech too; lifeless, dull and slow.
The three of us hopped on, and were directed to our sleeping carriage by an elderly woman who didn't speak a word of English. She pointed me to a sleeping car with one of the two German girls, the chattier of the two, Karoline. Being a savvy traveller, she had with her not ...
... corner from our hotel. We pass by numerous government and civic buildings, parks, sidewalk cafes, churches and cathedrals. We walk on "the yellow brick road" in front of the Bulgarian Parliament. It is paved with yellow cobblestones gifted from the Austro-Hungarian Empire to Tsar Ferdinand I on the occasion of his wedding at the beginning of the 20th century. We pause to snap a ...
... condition and its possible catastrophic consequence.
So, telling you about today's travel, once we crossed over Nis in Serbia, road became narrower, with lots of bends, tunnels in the mountain pass. The last town we crossed in Serbia was Dimtrovgrad before we entered into Bulgeria. The passport officer at the Serbian border control though holding my Nepalese passport in his hand asked me if I were Turkish! I told Raj that the beard seems to ...
... a tip of course but these two tours were better than most of the paid ones I have done so well worth paying something.
Bulgaria is know as the poorest country in the EU. But there are all the fancy shops, restaurants etc here so you dont have to miss out on all the luxuries in life. It just means you can get it all at half price ( compared to Turkey).
And this is the way to travel - independantly.