Hotel Rila

Address: 1 Svoboda Sq., Dupnitsa, Kyustendil, 2600, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 1 Svoboda Sq., Dupnitsa.
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Travel Blogs from Dupnitsa

Ohrid, Macedonia to Skopje to Sofia, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 23, 2013

9 photos

... was born near Skopje and this is acknowledged by a modern church and sculpture. The mall led to the old Ottoman centre with its maze of lanes. A walled city also visible from this area. Behind the city was Mount Vodno, topped by a huge cross that celebrates 2000 years of Christianity. Macedonia is not really on the tourist route, yet it has a lot to offer, because the country is quite diverse and the tourist receives good value for their money as prices are low. It is a land ...


A travel blog entry by scatabout on Jul 04, 2012

... get a feel of what this country is all about as you don't see nearly as much travelling on motorways. At the top of the mountains we crossed over the border from Macedonia into Bulgaria. The total distance we will be travelling from Vienna to Istanbul is 3500kms. Drove through the city of Pernik which is now just about a ghost city. When Russia disintegrated the industry here all disappeared and everyone had to ...

Still Sofia

A travel blog entry by luro on Sep 04, 2011


... Lucy is still in a solid second place in this department). We have met some fascinating people here as the hostel is so diverse and tomorrow we plan to find a swimming pool as the weather is blissful!

Everyone is in good spirits including Toeseph who is making a swift recovery and now doesn't even need his grubby and graffitti-covered bandage/rag. His naked form does not even make Rosie want to throw up anymore which is always a bonus. Can't wait for Belgrade- ...

What's Bulgarian for Cheshire Oaks?

A travel blog entry by shiiuga on Jan 03, 2011

3 comments, 16 photos

... have generally been absolutely lovely and very helpful. I have no idea where that guy got the impression that they were all awful, the border police notwithstanding. On my first day over lunch (when I was seated on the same table as a Bulgarian woman due to lack of space) I was invited out to a New Year's event the next night (which I eventually decided against going to.)

As for things I have done, on the first day I had a nice walk around the ...

Balkan Transitions

A travel blog entry by wanderwoman2010 on Jul 01, 2010

1 comment, 17 photos

... nightlife” but not for the gorgeous ice cream on the strip. Two dollars later, voila, my evening entertainment, absolutely delicious stracciatella, appears.

Plovdiv is a beautiful little town. The down economy is quite visible. Some of the buildings aren’t maintained and many shops are closed. I was told some rents are 25% what they were not long ago. The striking thing to me is how happy the people seem despite the ...