Hotel Vega Sofia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... in free walking tour Sofia doesn't mean the first one that pops up is the actually in Sofia! Sim had asked me to look it up and I did and took photos of everything and of the address. We asked people at the station how to get there and showed them the address and they gave us directions. When we got there we couldn't see the the landmark they had told us to look for. Sim looked at the photos and saw the it said Free walking tour Plovdiv. He looked on a map of Bulgaria ...
... Anyway, keeping to ourselves this time, we made it to Belgrade and bought our overnight train ticket to Sofia, Bulgaria for that night. We had enough time to catch the Underground Walking Tour offered in the city that revealed Belgrade’s secret military bunkers and caves under the city that have only been open to the public since 2008. After the tour we filled our bellies with the BEST Serbian shopska salad, chicken shish-kebabs, and cheap drinks before we were ...
... but uninspiring. Governments need a great deal of money to bring about change. There is much unemployment and salaries are low and people can feel both depressed and confused. Despite this, construction and development is happening. McDonalds has not been available in most of the countries that we have travelled through, however, in Sofia, there was a McDonalds in many parts of the city, so, clearly, western "ideology" has invaded this ...
... I know anywhere in the world who has any connection to Nis). The pollution of that city was terrible and I would estimate, in the absence of any other industry, that 97.3% of the pollution was directly correlated to the excessive smoking abuse of Nis' population. I could not stand anywhere without inhaling fumes from Hades. Walking through the market were some beautiful (seemingly) fresh peppers that were drowning in the exhaust vendors that would smoke ...
... things over. I could dispose of it my room, but then what would the maid think tomorrow morning upon discovering a pile of neatly sliced pork in my bin? Minutes pass and still no dogs. I make for the periphery of the square and after a quick glance around, furtively shake my napkins free of their contents next to a concrete planter. Tucking the greasy wad back into my pocket, I look up to icy stares from a smartly-dressed older couple I'd somehow missed, who then turn and walk briskly ...