Nov 28, 2019 - Nov 29, 2019

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Where to stay in Sofia

Visitors to the capital of Bulgaria will find Sofia a cool destination with a range of luxury hotels, boutique accommodation and hostels to suit every type of taste and budget.

While the city's park and boulevards are well worth exploring, the rest of the city is also discoverable by foot. The city is not overly large meaning its most famous architectural attractions such as the distinctive Alexander Nevski Cathedral, the Russian Church, the National Palace of Culture, the beautiful Ivan Vazov National Theatre and the country's parliament building Narodno Sabranie are all reachable without resorting to public transport.


If you don't want to rent a car in Sofia, then the city's public transport has a lot to offer with trams, trolley buses and regular buses covering the whole of the city, including the outskirts. The capital also has two underground lines which intersect in the city center at Serdika with one running from east to west, via the city center, while the other, shorter, line runs from south to north.

Hotels in Sofia

1. Sofia Hotel Balkan, A Luxury Collection Hotel

A premier choice in Sofia, the luxury Sofia Hotel Balkan is located in the heart of the city next to Serdika Underground Station and offers an on-site casino, complimentary Wi-Fi, a health club and a spa with sauna and massage services. This five-star accommodation also features elegant rooms, stylish furnishings and Italian marble bathrooms.

2. COOP Hotel Sofia

A four-star choice, the COOP Hotel is located in the city center just five minutes from Serdika Metro Station, the Parliament and the Alexander Nevski Cathedral, while Banya Bashi Mosque is 600m from the property. Guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to the attractions of the area, while the hotel also features a sauna and a fitness center.

3. Best Western Art Plaza Hotel

The renovated budget choice Best Western Art Plaza Hotel offers well-priced quality accommodation in the heart of Sofia just 50m from the famous Vitosha Boulevard. As well as comfortable rooms and apartments, the hotel also features a conference hall making it an ideal choice for both leisure and business travellers. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and buffet breakfast.

This information is correct as of February 2018

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Thomas  Kakavas
Thomas Kakavas

Great city to discover, it has a lot to offer! Excellent value for money choice! History, architecture, nightlife combined!

ClaudioSeMilano, Italia

Happy to see many murales in the centre of Sofia. Less happy to feel a chilling air at my arrival at 11.00 on May 21st

Michail Tens
Michail Tens

It's a cheap green capital and you can't visit the over 2000m high mountain.

Dian Todorov
Dian TodorovSofia, Bulgaria

This is a restaurant surrounded by students’ dorms. It is a traditional Bulgarian places. The music they play is Bulgarian Chalga and Folklore music. THere is live music every Friday and Saturday. The parties there are crazy.


The least expensive month is November, with an average of AED 180 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Sofia is January, with an average price of AED 223 per night.
The average price of a hotel in November last year was AED 209 per night. This is 3% more than the average nightly price of AED 203 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Sofia, the expected average temperature in November is 5.1°C/41.3°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 28.3°C/82.9°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -5.4°C/22.3°F.
The nearest airport to Sofia is Sofia (SOF) (6.06km).

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