By , November 3, 2012 1:03 am

Ah, the night lights. It seems pretty rare that we share our night time pics with you, and I say it’s high time we did. We spent a total of 4 nights in Sofia en-route from Belgrade, Serbia to our HelpX gig in the village of Vishovgrad (Central Bulgaria). Compared to Belgrade, Sofia seemed like a jewel. Plenty of green spaces, nice architecture, and a very welcoming culture, if the free beer and food from our hostel staff were any indication.

If you are not the biggest fan of these nighttime photos, please do keep in mind that it was dark, and we couldn’t really see what we were doing.

5 Responses to “Sofia by Night”

  1. kami says:

    Neither Sofia nor Belgrade are among my fave cities but I think I still prefer Belgrade over Sofia. Or maybe I was just in Sofia on a bad time, in mid-March…
    Anyway, did you stay in Hostel Mostel? Free food and beer sound like it 😉

    • Mike Lenzen says:

      We actually stayed at the Nightingale hostel. I suspect anywhere you stay in Bulgaria would be similar, as a beer is generally the same price as a coffee, at about 70 cents a litre.

  2. Well that’s good to know about the price of beer. I have a planned trip there early next year so just doing some research…I think this is all I need to know ;).

  3. Ken says:

    Sofia is great! Maybe it is the best kept secret of the European Union. 😉

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