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Communist Tour in Sofia

Communist Tour in Sofia

Even before my departure for Sofia I had found information about the “free tour” of the city. Once I arrived in town, I found even more about the “association 365”: I discovered their “communist tour” that brings visitors to discover the city through the places, monuments and history of the village during the communist
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Churches of Sofia

Churches of Sofia

I admit that the religious aspect of Sofia, the Bulgarian capital, amazed me a lot: lavish architecture and because of the peaceful and sleepy proximity, in a few meters, of churches of different religions lead the traveller to think and reflect at every glance.
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Six places to see in Sofia

Six places to see in Sofia

Sofia was a significant discovery, at least partly managed to amaze me: much bigger than I had imagined, it has lots of things to discover and visit.
Resti di Serdika, l'antica Sofia I think one of the first stops should be done…Continue Reading

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Surroundings of Sofia: a visit to the Rila monastery

Surroundings of Sofia: a visit to the Rila monastery

Do you remember those places that leave you open-mouthed when you start to see them from afar, that can surprise you even more than you had imagined before the trip? The Rila Monastery, 120 km from Sofia and one of the most famous in Bulgaria is precisely one of these places! It was founded by…Continue Reading

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Plovdiv walking tour

Plovdiv walking tour

During my trip to Sofia last August, one of the out-of-town trips I wanted to do was in Plovdiv: a city overflowing with Roman history and which, in its way, has much to tell. To get to Plovdiv, from Sofia you have two alternatives:
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Sofia: useful information

Sofia: useful information

During the three weeks of summer vacation in August I visited Sofia, the Bulgarian capital, and in this post, I want to condense all the useful information that I collected and some personal reflections that arise from some things I had read before leaving.

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Bulgaria is part of the European Union, but not Schengen; however,…Continue Reading


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