Boyana Residence

Address: ul.Vitoshko lale 16, Sofia, 1618, Bulgaria | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Панчарево area of Sofia, is near National Museum of History and National Palace of Culture Congress Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Sofia

        First Train Travel

        A travel blog entry by heeneystravels on Aug 05, 2015

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        ... tired of walking at this point, but did not realize how far the restaurant was. I made it, but it wasn't so fun. We stopped along the way at a hotel that was built upon some old roman ruins. Apparently when they were adding a pool they discovered these ruins. They say the structure used to be a colosseum only slightly smaller than the one in Rome. When we got to the restaurant it was dark. We were luckily able to get a table, but it got pretty chilly and started raining when we ...

        A Day-Trip Around Sofia

        A travel blog entry by maxross on Feb 03, 2015

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        ... same name.

        5. Vitosha

        Vitosha mountain is Sofia's summer getaway. It offers lush meadows, cool temperatures, and a great view of Sofia. While there you'll stumble upon small scenic paths and waterfalls. While there you can climb Cherni Vrah, Vitosha's highest point. The mountain is great for family trips.

        The above 5 places are just some of the many you can visit around Sofia.



        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 16, 2014

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        ... mastered 'pectopaht' for restaurant in Bulgarian. Should have the rest of the language aced by the setting sun, Daniel. Memory buster: remember the Macedonian monastery where we stayed and the story about 4 monks walking and setting up monasteries? St John of Rila was another of the peripatetic foursome.

        It was yet another climb, this one to isolation and contemplative prayer. The monastery was founded in 927 AD. It survived the Ottoman period and was a ...

        The Bosphorus Expense

        A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 21, 2014

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        ... monarch (which I believe succeeded). It left the church covered on the inside with black smoke, most of which was still visible even now. Nearby was an old roman ruin, converted to a orthodox Christian Church. A grass market had sprung up on a nearby park too, and we wandered through to see what was on offer. Hundreds of old WWII Nazi items were for sale at bargain basement prices, from embossed glasses cases to hip flasks sporting the swastika. Even if they were fakes, which I ...

        Coincidence central - sofia, bulgaria

        A travel blog entry by simonandtally on Sep 18, 2013

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        ... and back Simon and now its printed in a blog too haha gutted xxxx The next day a guy called joe joined our dorm room and we got chatting and if you think the other Simon was coincidental wait for this one...turns out Joe was in belgrade when we were,on our night train coming in, then our hostel, then our room. And to top it all off he's from colchester!? Well I must have looked like a right wierdo when we worked it all out haha. We later realised that ...