VIP Apartments Sofia

29, Fritiof Nansen blvd., Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria
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overnıght ın sofia

by feats

ill be in sofia in a couple of days and was wondering about how to find overnight stay in a pansiyon or guesthouse. im in turkey now and do not have access to a lonely planet guide book. ill take an overnight train into sofia. perhaps exchange in dimitrovgrad. any assistance would be greatly appreciated. thanks...

Re: overnıght ın sofia

by SoulFisher

Try the guest house The Rooms in Pop Bogomil street. Google to find their phone number as the one in my travel page is wrong.
If hostel is ok for you, try the ART hostel. It's 10 euros per night. It's not a posh place for sure, but the design of the breakfast room is great. Very artsy. google for address and phone.
Phone always in advance because they're always full now.

As a last resource, try also some pensions near the Lions Bridge. I did not sleep there, but I walked by and asked for prices last week, after arriving in an overnight train from Belgrade. They had free rooms for affordable prices. They look dodgy though.

Travel Tips for Sofia

St Nikolai Russian church

by DPando

Tiny church but cosy and mosre beautifull under my eye than not the huge and spread main chatedral....its just 5 minutes waling from the big one but i spent more timer here than not in the most famous

Shake and Nod with a Twist (for Advanced Users)

by Scarlie

We have smth called 'double positive negation' and 'double negative affirmation': "da, da!" (yes, yes) means actually "no", "I don't believe you" or "that would never happen".

This is usually followed w/ "Ne, ne" (no, no) which means in this context "yes", "this is true!", or "yes, it will happen"

Don't ask why. I have no idea.The trick is in the intonation and facial expression. Ask your host for visual help. ;-)

Packing List

by Scarlie

I prefer to travel light no matter which means of transportation I get. One bag plus one hand luggage should be sufficient for a trip. There is a reason for it -- you are more prone to inspection by customs if you have lots of luggage. (Don't do like my brothers who few years ago went home w/ 7 suitcases and said he had nothing to declare! It took us a week to clear customs)... in other words, make sure you do not look economically viable for the customs officers...;-))) Clothing depends on the season. We have four distinct seasons. Winters are cold (in the minus but not often less than minus 10-15 centigrade), summers are hot (30 and above). Spring and Autumn are temperate and you can get showers.

Winter -- make sure you have enough socks, gloves, shawls and hats. Boots are a must even if it is dry cold.

Summer -- rarely, you'll need anything w/ long sleeve so don't take more than one (unless it is like this summer, which is very unusually cold). You should be able to get everything in the Pharmacies. If you bring prescriptions, make sure they have the latin names of the medicines (not the brand names). There are plenty of private medical and dental cliniques and offices, but if needed, ask your hotel/host for help (you'll most probably have to pay for the visit).

Emergency is only one -- Pirogov (it's big) and is for free. Unless something super fancy, you should be able to get your batteries, chargers, etc., in case you need. The fancies the equipment, the fancier the prices, tho'. The plugs are like in Continental Europe.

Mladost (Under Construction)

by Izvor

Mladost is one of the newest neighbourhoods in Sofia... Even it's name - Mladost means Youth. The buildings here are simple and ugly. However the place is just bellow Vitosha mountain which is a really beautiful place!


by ChristinaNest about Locomotive Stadium

Finally, they are coming: June, 21 2006, Locomotive Stadium, tickets: 25-50 lv (12-25 Euro)
Sorry, SOLD OUT in just 8 days, a record for Bulgaria.
Fortunately, we have our tickets already, we'll be right in front of the stage :)


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