Kapri Hotel Sofia
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Kapri Hotel Sofia
Travel Blogs from Sofia
... name game ever.
Stefan showed us how to cross the street (carefully) and told us about the monument to Vasil Nevski, one of the founding fathers of Bulgaria. His portrait, apparently, hangs in the office of every politician in the country, supposedly to remind them of the ideals, morals, etc. of the original Bulgarian government. But, Stefan says, it's mostly for show when there is a press conference in a politico's office ("Look how mindful I am of our country's ...
... is actually a class down from what my Rail Pass qualifies for, but I'd rather be able to lie down than sit up all night. I arrive at 5:00am and can't check into my hostel until 2:00pm, so tomorrow could be a long day.
PS - I ended up chatting to my room mates last night, who invited me out to a Bulgarian strip club. I declined as I was half asleep (and possibly baked) but it was nice to be invited all the ...
... I purchased in Rome wasn't accepted), then purchased a phone card from a woman who spoke NO English,.....then attempted to call the Apartment. I kept getting a (Bulgarians) recording,....so finally saw a young mid 20's guy, and asked if he spoke English. He did,....I then asked him to decipher the recording. "NUMBER NOT IN WORKING ORDER". What the HECK!
Now I'm thinking OMG,....have I been scammed via Expedia? Does this place even exist? ...
... 8211;1975, and a €100,000 restoration project was implemented in 200
... The sounds that the train made, reminded me of those that were emitted by the Trabant in Nowa Huta. I attempted to sleep on the train, but I kept waking up, because of the bumping sounds the train made. I think that train should be added to the scrapheap of the Museum of Socialist Art. J. After arriving in the port sea of Varna, which is on the Black Sea, I decided a few hours of sleep were needed more than exploring. I spent the ...