Apartment House Iztok

6 Atanas Dalchev, Sofia, 1113, Bulgaria
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sofia to bourgas

by olivegroves

do you know the price by train and if there is a overnight train please

Re: sofia to bourgas

by alan1972

This information is available (in English) at www.bdz.bg. I don't know your dates of travel but at the moment it shows a direct overnight train leaving Sofia at 22.15 arriving Burgas 06.05. There are several daytime trains too. The standard 2nd class single fare is shown as about 17 leva with sleeper supplement 8 leva - but there are various options so check yourself for your exact date/time of travel.

Travel Tips for Sofia

Political stands in the parks of Sofia

by georeiser

Political stands were held in the centre of Sofia this day. It looks like the Bulgarian people like to listen to what others have to say.

A newcomer came on the stage, grabbed the microphone and tried to be funny.

Formal References & Relations

by Scarlie

Always use polite form - "gos-po-DIN' (mister), "gos-po-ZHA" (Mrs), "gos-PO-zhi-tsa" (Miss) until otherwise asked. Children are usually not referred to as either Mr or Miss.

"Gospozha" (Mrs) is the widely-accepted reference to all women, regardless of age. Single women above certain age (say 35) are also better referred to as "Mrs". If someone is specifically insiting on being called "Miss", it's probably a subtle sign that she's looking, but that's a tentative suggestion.

There is a twist, tho: Old people could be called the traditional "baba" (grandmother) and "dyado" if in rural setting. This is really tricky. If you see people in traditional clothing (for example if the woman wears a headscarf), you probably shouldn't call her "gospozha".

Personal correspondence is probably done more and more via email.

Business correspondence is done mainly via fax.

National sport

by chbuchie

Football, the national sport
Living in Antwerp with french roots, I had different feelings about Bulgaria eliminating France from the World Cup in 1993 and Antwerp coming back from 1-3 down to win the game 4-3 in the extra time for the UEFA Cup.
Yet after watching as much football games and/or stadiums as possible in different countries (Belgium, France, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Spain) I had to watch a game in Sofia.

Sofia houses 4 first league teams
As CSKA and Levski played away, we chose to watch a game of Slavia instead of Lokomotiv
The stadium is very basic though it can allegedly accept 32000 visitors
3 leva a ticket makes this my cheapest ticket of all time.
During the game all supporters are eating frilled sunflower beans. After they throw the remains on the floor the seats look like a giant bird cage
End result Slavia Sofia - Litex Lovech 0 - 0

Mountain Vitosha

by denise_BG

Sofia is situated in the skirts of the Vitosha mountain which highest peak is Cherni Bruh (Black Peak -2990 m). Vitosha is of an easy reach from the city - there are regular buses to the cabin lift in Simeonovo which can bring you to the Aleko hut - a central meeting point for all tourist routes.

Nightlife in Sofia is...

by Balkan_Yovo

Nightlife in Sofia is something that is posed as a challenge to me as far as description goes. Feeling the atmosphere and the lifestyle of people is the only way that you can truly know what I am talking about. The absolute hangout during the summer, after dark is the cafes in front of the National Palace of Culture. It becomes like an enormous party in the open, when they have some kind of concert, or show organized, but even when they don't have one, so many gather there to have fun. Otherwise, there are plenty of clubs that are worth visiting. It depends what kind of music you like. For Disco and Techno - Club Escape on Angel Kanchev street (not far from KFC on Graf Ignatiev street).


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