Milena Apartment

Address: 37 Tsar Samuil Street 5, Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Възраждане area of Sofia, is near Rila Monastery, Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), Institute of Archaeology with Museum, and National Opera and Ballet.
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

A Day of Tranquility.........

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 05, 2014

9 photos

... re directed to our 'sleeping car.' This is a small enclosed room with 2 sets of three bunk beds stacked on top of each other. There were 3 other young people also sleeping in there. They were Bulgarian. The train was OLD,....and not comfortable at all.


We spread out the not-so-clean sheets (I slept in a sleep sack), I fluffed up my travel pillow with satin pillowcase, locked all of our bags together with our trusty cable ...

Monuments, Monks and Mountains

A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 05, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... famous Viennese theatre architects Hermann Helmer and Ferdinand Fellner,[1] was finished in 1906 and opened on 3 January 1907. The building was extensively damaged by a fire in 1923 during an ...

Travels in Bulgaria

A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 09, 2013

25 photos

... visiting the Naval Museum, the Sea Gardens and the Archaeological Museum. The Archaeological Museum has an exhibit that contains gold that was dated to 4000 BC, which makes it the world’s oldest. When I visited Varna six years ago I was able to taken photos, but this time I was not. That night we went out for dinner and drinks with Elena and some of her friends from high school and I had a great experience. We spent ...

Peter and Kevin do Sofia

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 24, 2013

6 photos

... set to become the capital of Bulgaria when they reached independence from the Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century. Russia had liberated Bulgaria from the Turks in an act of altruism (I suppose) but also in order to gain influence in Balkan influence, to as a counter to Austro-Hungarian rule. It's this same 'altruism' that led Russia to declare war on Austria-Hungary in 1914 when Serbia was invaded. But the western powers such as France and Britain hoped to ...

City of Wisdom & Culture

A travel blog entry by seangmandell on Sep 11, 2012

110 photos

... faces of the Soviet Nationalists were actually Bulgarian. The products of their industry, the propellers and engines shown on the reliefs, were also painted in Bulgaria's national colors.

Was this artistic protest to suggest it was Bulgarian (not Russian) nationalists who made the "choice" of salvation? Or was it perceived allegiance that Bulgarian nationalists and Soviet nationalists were one in the same?

Another "interesting" destination ...