Sveta Sofia

Address: 18 Pirotska Str, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Сердика area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Alexander Nevski Church, Rila Monastery, and Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai).
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          TripAdvisor Reviews Sveta Sofia

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          Travel Blogs from Sofia

          Real food please

          A travel blog entry by aspenchi on Jul 28, 2015

          ... hostel after finishing the last of my errands I realized my phone hadn’t saved her number. How disappointing. I would have been cool to have known a local in Istanbul. The rest of my time spent in Sofia was very easy and fun. I went out for drinks with fellow hostel people, went to a few museums, napped in a park, and ate some delicious food. The day I left for Istanbul was a long day. We had a nine hour ...

          The Soviet Bloc

          A travel blog entry by adzane on Mar 28, 2015

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          ... come here after Turkey. They share a border and they were both ruled by the Ottoman Empire for hundreds of years. Yet, while Turkey retains a Muslim and somewhat Middle-eastern identity, Bulgaria was under the influence of communistic USSR for decades and identifies as more western. Sofia and Istanbul have a radically different people, culture, religion, and governmnet. You would expect these two cities to be separated by something more ...

          Cultural Day in the Capital

          A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Sep 09, 2014

          10 photos

          ... destroyed several times, with the current basilica having been constructed under the Roman Emperor Justinian in the 6th century AD. A smaller church was already in place at the time that dates to the 4th century AD. Between the 12th and 14th century, during the Second Bulgarian Empire, it became a metropolitan church and in the 14th century, it gave its name to the city. When Bulgaria fell under Ottoman Rule, it became a mosque and minarets were built. ...

          Sightseeing in Sofia

          A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Apr 26, 2014

          5 photos

          ... There’s a French girl (Melodie), a Turkish guy (Adem) and a Japanese girl (Rumi). The three of them have gone out to enjoy the Sofia nightlife and I am happy to sit here and watch the Red Sox beat the Blue Jays and the Bruins are trying to finish off the first playoff series against Detroit. I’m heading out to Skopje, Macedonia tomorrow and really have no idea what to ...

          Journey to Bulgaria

          A travel blog entry by jaclyn.brian on Feb 09, 2013

          3 comments, 43 photos

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          A few steps away was the Rotunda of St. George, not just the oldest operational church in Sofia but also widely considered to be the oldest building in the city. The 4th century church sits in the middle of ruins of Serdica, the town that once stood around it. Across the street, we passed the National Archaeology Museum, then made our way to the Russian Church (getting a better look at it today). Perhaps the most notable design element of the church can be ...

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