- Dia 55 - Sofia IEn la mañana sali a explorar Sofia.
Inicialmente me dirigi para observar las montañas nevadas que se pueden avistar desde la ciudad.
Foto desde un pequeño parque, en el fundo se puede observar las montañas
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/196 Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 19, 2009
- Dia 54 - Serbia ---> BulgariaHoy bien temprano decidi viajar en la mañana para Sofia, para garantir mi transito por la Serbia bien dentro de la Visa de transito que conseguí. Fui rapidamente a la estación que esta al lado del Hotel para saber a Posted by Ughitus in A Tour in Europe | May 18, 2009
- Travel karma...
Veliko Turnovo is our favourite place in Bulgaria, is absolutely stunning scenery and was nice and warm for the first time in ages! On our second day there we marched up to conquer the fortres Posted by JulB in Julian and Bianca Overseas | May 12, 2009
- Battling BulgariaCaught a train to Sofia and eventually found our way to a smoke filled hostel (while our Lonely Planet map is pretty good, it doesn't have anything written in Cyrillic, which makes navigating the streets a bit hit and miss. Posted by JulB in Julian and Bianca Overseas | May 7, 2009
- Zdra da ...what... huh?Spent our second last day in Turkey on a day trip to Ilhara Valley - along with a group of loud ex-pats, some friendly Italians and nice New Zealanders. First stop was this incredible underground city - 8 levels they Posted by JulB in Julian and Bianca Overseas | May 1, 2009
- Day 46We had breakfast in hotel Laleli Gonnen at around 09.30, there was lots to offer including soup, olives, salad and then the usual breakfast type things!
After this Roger's tappets needed checking, which were done where we were parked up Posted by EdAndJames in Coastin' Around | Mar 20, 2009
- BulgariaFarewelled by half a dozen community dogs from Bucharest train station, we set off for Veliko Tarnovo in central Bulgaria. Alone in our little train cabin, we devoted the first hour or so of the painfully slow ride through Romania Posted by TDL in The Departure Lounge | Feb 20, 2009
- Is there anybody out there?Why did we book a flight to Sofia airport when we really need to be in Burgas you might ask?
I am busy googling, asking various websites, looking for hotels etc and the easiest way to travel across the Posted by s4r4r4chel in Help in Bulgaria ..... | Jan 20, 2009
- More snow in BulgariaWhen I eventually landed in Sofia, Bulgaria I got my hire car and put in the destination to my trusty Tom Tom, that was until Bulgaria.... The S*it S*it as it is now to be known, took me on some Posted by machine in Jamie's Travel Blog | Jan 11, 2009
- Veliko TûrnovoUnlike Plovdiv, I wish I was still in Veliko Tûrnovo. It drew the short straw in terms of where I spent my time, so I only had one night there, at the Hostel Mostel (which has one of the most Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Jan 5, 2009
- PlovdivPeople in the know about Bulgaria had said skip Sofia, go straight to Plovdiv (Bulgaria’s second city). It is an ancient city (it claims to be older than Athens), with some traces of Roman occupation still visible then an overlay Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Jan 4, 2009
- SofiaWith the trains to Thessalonika all jammed up and no information as to whether I could get one on from there, a bus seemed my only option until I started to wonder how much it would be to fly. $250, Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Dec 30, 2008
- SofiaYAY HOLIDAY! I am on vacation for the next two weeks and am so excited to get our of the institute. I am planning on taking the train through Eastern Europe. To start my vacation off I traveled the farthest Posted by Caitlin L in My Adventure to Europe | Oct 22, 2008
- Leaving SofiaMarin the driver dropped us off at the skyscraper of a hotel yesterday evening. My room on the 15th floor provides a great view of Sofia, a town of cobble stone streets, rumbling trams, girls bearing cleavage, naked tummies Posted by zandara in Explorations | Jul 2, 2008
DESPUES DE UNAS 10 HORAS DE RECORRIDO EN TREN POR CIERTO N Posted by wanderers in TROTAMUNDOS | Jun 2, 2008
- BulgariaThe Romania-Bulgarıia border must be one of the most impressive in Europe, with the River Danube separating both checkpoints. Straddling the Danube is a large bridge with monumental columns on either end. This noticeable monumentalisation is evident throu Posted by murphyre in Rebecca's Adventure Around the World | Mar 1, 2008
- Hello and welcomeSo here I am giving this blog thing another try. This time around I will have more photos and less random chatting, which was my downfall last time around. I got to the point where I got tired Posted by tkn22 in My Year in Bulgaria | Feb 26, 2008
- More than a Postcard?My next stop following my stay in Plovdiv was Veliko Turnovo, a city known best for its beautiful valley setting and the winding river around which the town’s core overlooks. These buildings cascade down to the water at an alarming Posted by AAY in At the Crossroads | Aug 9, 2007
- Long Overdue ReturnAlmost three months have passed since my last entry. I’m unable to offer a reasonable explanation for this extended period of neglect. I simply lost motivation one day and watched the mounting list of cities to write about grow. At Posted by AAY in At the Crossroads | Aug 6, 2007
- A few hours in Bulgaria on the TrainBy the time we were crossing the Bulgarian boarder we had met up with, Reagan a Canadian backpacker travelling in the compartment next door. Our joint conversations were good, we laughed about how we all felt towards Bucharest. And as Posted by TLWH in Point2Point | Oct 14, 2007
- Modern BulgariaSo far, our little chicken legs (Amy stopped hoping Wim will ever get Armstrong-legs) have carried us this far :
We're now in Bulgaria and it's a lot more modern than we expected! It is li Posted by amyandwim in Amy & Wim | Oct 3, 2007
- BulgariaTravelling into Bulgaria on the bus from Skopje i had an immediate sense of relief at leaving Skopje. I got chatting to an Aussie guy called Paul on the bus and we were both heading the same direction so decided Posted by coldposts in Trip round Europe Summer 2007 | Sep 21, 2007
- Rila MonasteryWhen I set out on this journey there were only a few can't miss spots on my agenda. These sites were to serve a guiding purpose in developing my itinerary, but around them I hoped to remain flexible enough to Posted by AAY in At the Crossroads | Aug 4, 2007
- In my end is my beginningThere comes a time when even the most transient of souls yearns for a blissfully (if not temporarily) sedentary existence. I wanted my flea-free bed, my unstained clothes, my (relatively) un-stinky shoes, and even the uneventful comfort and order of Posted by MegMc2003 in To travel is such a big adventure... | Aug 8, 2007
- Train DisdainI wanted to take a bus to Bulgaria, but somehow - this continues to mystify me - I ended up gawking at the Athens train station instead. Damn. My previous experiences with trains - particularly those involving Bulgaria - have Posted by MegMc2003 in To travel is such a big adventure... | Jul 30, 2007