Rila Hotel Sofia

6 Kalojan St., Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Триадица area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), Soviet Army Monument, Monument to the Unknown Warrior, and The Bells ("Kambanite").
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    Travel Blogs from Sofia

    Monuments, Monks and Mountains

    A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 05, 2014

    2 comments, 27 photos

    • Krisamira was our guide for the 2hr walk around the city 0800 start.
    • First stop was the most important square. It had the Parliament House where every arvo for the past year or so there is a protest that stops the traffic. Delayed us for an hour the day before, traffic ...

    Travels in Bulgaria

    A travel blog entry by rvenezia on Sep 09, 2013

    25 photos

    ... tied to the Bulgarian Mafia. Another election was held in May, but none of the parties appealed to the young voters of Bulgaria and thus many did not vote. So when, the old Communist party, now called the Socialists won many seats, they formed a union with the Movement for the Rights and Freedoms, a political party designed to look after the interests of the Bulgarian Turks, a Muslim minority in the country and they formed a ...

    Ohrid, Macedonia to Skopje to Sofia, Bulgaria

    A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell on Jul 23, 2013

    9 photos

    ... fields, majestic mountains, good food and life seems to be conducted at a slower pace. As well as the cities and towns, there is much natural beauty to explore and discover. By mid afternoon we were at the border crossing between Macedonia and Bulgaria. A border crossing always involves a stop and our passports checked by a customs officer from the country that we are leaving. Sometimes they collect the passports, take them into a building, stamp them then return them. ...

    Bulgaria

    A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Aug 30, 2012

    17 photos

    ... place for yourself.

    I did go out one night on a 'pub crawl’ with several Europeans from Germany and Poland. The local Bulgarian guides were very cool and they took us to some places we would have never found otherwise. The best ‘pub’ was a place called The Apartment which was just as the name implied, a gigantic apartment. It was located in an old building with a long and interesting history that dated back to pre-World War II ...

    Eastward Ho

    A travel blog entry by peyton on May 09, 2012

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... takes my passport, taps  a long paragraph or two into her computer and eventually rings up my fare: 1350 dinars, and sorry, no they don't take euros. I have been trying to avoid converting currency for the one night here, but no choice now. She taps my passport and ticket, moves them aside on her side of the glass and indicates vaguely toward town and I strike off in search of an ATM.  Up one ATM-free street and down, I finally change my sole ...