Hotel Stivan Iskar

Iskar str 11B, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | Hotel
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War Stories

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... the same on the eastern side but with Serbian influence. We finished the tour by visiting the Old Bridge, which was originally destroyed in 1993 but rebuilt in 2004 by using the same architectural standards as the original. The bridge is a popular destination especially in the summer when locals and visitors alike take the opportunity to jump or dive from the 24m high bridge into the river below. We were unfortunately a few weeks too late for Nigel to take the plunge as ...

Sofia, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by jspence

... at 6pm and finished at 9pm! Haha so we definitely saw all there was to see in sofia in three hours. We then went out for dinner at a restaurant called Olives which was great and reasonably priced. The next day we just hung out at the hostel resting and having a day to chill out. On recommendation, we paid 14 lev each way to visit plovdiv's old town. It was beautiful and quiet but nothing compared to things we have already seen in our travels. ...

Sofia (sorry too hung over for smart titles)

A travel blog entry by kwoky86


... after visiting Sofia it's actually a rather nice place, maybe you can finish sightseeing the entire city in half a day, but its quite a pretty place, and there's a lot of beautiful women and most importantly it's the cheapest beer I've ever brought! less than 70p for 2 litres! Needless to say we may of drunk a lot during our time in Sofia...

Some of you guys may know I'm partial to a bit of dressing up and Halloween is one of my favourite ...

Sofia without a clue

A travel blog entry by peyton


... my room. On the sidewalk outside, I pass a row of hobbit kiosks at ankle level. A woman pokes her head out of one; apparently a part of a basement apartment. You would need to kneel to pay for anything. Sofia strikes me as a very comfortable sort of place, as befits a town just one excess vowel away from a piece of lounge furniture. There seems to be a park at the end of every street where the benches are always full and sidewalk cafes never empty.  It's already hot in ...

Last of the Soviets

A travel blog entry by robdelaney


... according to the type of job they had, but the salaries were restricted to specific bands. The example he gave us was that a street sweeper would earn 100 LEV a month (50 euro) while a doctor would earn 500 LEV a month (250 euro).

It was so fascinating to hear of someone supporting socialism. Isn’t socialism the end of the western wall, the downfall of America, the devils work? But then, don’t we use socialism to a certain extent as part of our daily ...

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This hotel, located in the Искър area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Vitosha Mountain, Ivan Vazov National Theater, and National Opera and Ballet.
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