Hotel Zenith

81 Lyuben Karavelov Str. , Sofia, 1142, Bulgaria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

War Stories

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... to learn about the city. The fortress was definitely the highlight of the tour as it was situated on top of the hill overlooking much of Belgrade. The tour finished and we needed to head back and get our stuff in order to catch the train 2 hours northwest to Novi Sad.

We arrived in Novi Sad around dinner time and caught the local bus for about 15 minutes to our hostel (always trying to save a dollar or two!). Considering it is low season we were ...

Sofia, Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell


... that they use a local currency, rather than trade in euros. We got good value for our dollar and tried to do some serious retail therapy, however styles don't always suit our taste. This evening we went to a country inn up in the hills behind Sofia. We ate traditional Bulgarian food, then enjoyed a performance of folk dancing and singing. The night was capped off by a spectacular display by two men who walked and danced across hot coals. The ...

City of Wisdom & Culture

A travel blog entry by seangmandell


... into position, ready to put my arm around his bulky camouflaged shoulder and say (Bulgarian) "cheese".
Still smiling, on the verge of chuckling, "Nay!" he NODDED. This time, he put up his hand, waving me away. I took it as a sign of personal embarrassment and made a counter offer.
"Ok, how about the jeep? Can I get a picture of the jeep?!"
Still chuckling, "nay, nay" he NODDED. I moved into position, ready to take the picture.
He jumped off ...


A travel blog entry by ludtjes


Sofia is to me a bit undefined.

It became the capital of Bulgaria in 1879. At that time, it had about 12.000 inhabitants, which is (also for that time) almost nothing.
To make it a capital of the then new state of Bulgaria, ministries, churches, theaters, villas and the like were built in a relatively short time. This makes the center look quite uniformly. But it also means, that there is only very little older ...

Day 5 - Ottoman Trek

A travel blog entry by matandfe


... place was crazy. On the menu was swords of meat, sheeps head (the entire head), any interal organ you can think of, oh and plates of parsons nose (I am not explaining this on here, you can ask later)!!!! We were not that game and just enjoyed some normal food! But it was great!
Next stop was the pub, but not just any pub, a pub where each table had its own tap and you could draught your own beer!!! Awesome! ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zenith Sofia

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