Medic Hotel

2, Han Presian Str. , Sofia, Bulgaria | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sofia

Eastern travels

A travel blog entry by quinitch


... minutes and spent four hours sitting in the Italian sun waiting for the next bus to come. Pleasant and warm with the only ugly view in the whole of Venice.

I love the train and bus travel for the opportunities it gives to see the countryside and so it was with great regret that my later transport meant I travelled into and out of Austria in the dark. I was in the Alps, it would have been some of the prettiest mountain country I passed through but I saw nothing of it ...

Sofia Sojourn

A travel blog entry by choyt1427


... down Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard and walked by the Russian church and eventually ended at Alexander Nevsky Church. From there, it was time to find some food. As usual, I had researched the local cuisine, though I had remembered my final meals in Bulgaria quite vividly from last time. I had also researched some highly rated restaurants that served Bulgarian cuisine. I set out to find KEBA (or, KEVA). It's a bit off the main drag, and actually on route to ...

City of Wisdom & Culture

A travel blog entry by seangmandell


... the plights of the Soviet/Bulgarian people.

The reliefs depicted the work ethic of Soviet nationalists rising up in industry and brothers-in-arm as means of a unified military. The political social commentary of the statues was amazing - graffiti artists had intentionally painted different parts of the statues in the whites, greens, and reds of the national Bulgarian flag.

Urban political protests and poets suggested that the ...

Eastward Ho

A travel blog entry by peyton


... I wonder how they my be treated in the USA if they had bombed us 13  years ago. It may not be on the top of their mind, but there is a little something awkward about it in my own. Maybe we took out the Chinese embassy in Belgrade on purpose as our own way of saying 'nothing personal.' Lunch at a restaurant by the river, cheese and walnut tortellini, and back to My Place to read for an hour before heading once more buswards. At the Bulgarian border a ...

Independence day

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird


Sofia became the capital of Bulgaria in 1879 due to its location, and was renamed during the 15th century after the St Sofia church.

The main sights are all located to the East of the city centre. Oddly, the main road is made if yellow bricks which were donated by the Astro Hungarians. It leads to the Nevski church and the nearby flea Market which sells ...


This 2 star hotel, located in the Оборище 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 Medic Hotel Sofia

2.00 of 5 stars Fair