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Spartak Swimming Complex

Spartak Swimming Complex (4 Arsenalski Blvd., Sofia) – opened in 1968 (during the height of the country’s Communist period), this is a fitness complex (this one evolving around swimming).  Apart from its indoor swimming pool there is also an outdoor swimming pool where you could lie in the sun in summer. There are many training […]

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Lake Ariana

Lake Ariana (Bulevard Hristo Georgievi & Bulevard Tsarigradsko shoese, Sofia) — Ariana lake a medium-sized artificial lake in Borisova gradina (Boris’ garden) in Sofia. The lake is “B”-shaped, 175 m long and 75 m wide, with a small island at its narrowest point. It is located at the westernmost corner of the park, between the […]

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Nessebar (beach town)

Nessebar (beach town) – located 4 hours east of Sofia (412 km) via car, Nessebar is in close proximity to Sunny Beach resort.  Nessebar consists of an old town and a new district.  The ancient town is situated on a romantic rocky peninsula, connected to the mainland via a narrow isthmus.  The new part of […]

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Varna (beach town)

Varna (beach town) — located 5 hours east of Sofia (443 km) via car, Varna is the largest city and seaside resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast.  It is third in population after Sofia and Plovdiv and the second largest city in Bulgaria.  Varna is a major tourist destination, a starting point for all […]

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St. Sofia Golf Club & Spa

St. Sofia Golf Club & Spa (Village of Pavino Pole, Elin Pelin Municipality) – opened in 2004, this golf course (located 30 minutes east of Sofia) caters to players of all skill levels.  It’s particularly great for the novice who’s looking to make their first steps to play the game and those who have not […]

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Sofia Zoo

Sofia Zoo (1, Srebarna Street, Sofia) – this is the oldest and largest Zoo on the Balkan Peninsula. It was established in 1888 by Prince Ferdinand, and initially it was situated near the former royal palace.  Over the years the zoo quickly became popular and became a place for recreation, entertainment and education, with its […]