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C Comfort Hotel
C Comfort Hotel Star Rating 3        
16 Balkan Str.

Within the town's Roman fortifications, this casual spa hotel is a minute's walk from mineral springs in Park Momina sŭlza and a 6-minute walk from the Rimska Kolonada shrine.Subdued, modern rooms feature complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars, desks and balconies. Suites add separate living rooms.
BEST WESTERN Premier Thracia Hotel
BEST WESTERN Premier Thracia Hotel Star Rating 4        
30, Solunska Street

Within a 10-minute walk of both the National Archaeological Museum and the Ivan Vazov National Theater, this modern downtown hotel with a smoked glass facade is 8.6 km from Sofia Airport.The relaxed rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars and coffeemakers.
Iberostar Sunny Beach Resort
Iberostar Sunny Beach Resort Star Rating 4        
8240 Sunny Beach Resort

Within 100 m of the beach, this relaxed resort is 2 km from Action Aqua Park and 5 km from the historic town of Nessebar.Straightforward rooms offer complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Room features may include balconies, desks and/or sofas.
Danube Hotel
Danube Hotel Star Rating 5        
Svoboda Str 1

With old-world ambiance and a modern structure, this refined hotel is a 7-minute walk from the banks of the River Danube and a 15-minute walk from the 17th-century Kurshumlu Mosque. Silistra train station is 2 km away.The plush rooms have warm color schemes, satellite TV, minibars and free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Luxor Blagoevgrad
Hotel Luxor Blagoevgrad Star Rating 2        
14 Danail Krapchev Blvd

With a mountain backdrop, this unassuming hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Istoricheski muzey museum and a 9-minute walk from Hristo Botev Stadium Blagoevgrad.The 9 warmly decorated rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and terraces. Suites add living areas.
Hotel Dana Palace
Hotel Dana Palace Star Rating 3        
Golden Sands

With a mid-century vibe, this relaxed, modern hotel is a 12-minute walk from the beach, 4 km from the cave complex of the medieval Aladzha Monastery and 15 km from the Sea Garden, a waterfront botanical garden.The bright, unpretentious rooms come with satellite TV and minifridges. Most have balconies.
Hotel Casa Art
Hotel Casa Art Star Rating 3        
Stara Planina 44 Str.

This vibrant boutique hotel is 3 km from the Troyan Monastery and 6 km from Troyan town.The individually themed rooms, some inspired by East Asia, poetry or meditation, feature aquariums, hand-crafted furnishings and cable TV. They also include minibars, free Wi-Fi and balconies.
Ramada Sofia
Ramada Sofia Star Rating 4        
131 Maria Louisa Boulevard

This urban hotel is a 2.1-km drive from the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and a 9.1-km drive from the National Historical Museum.
Sankt Peterburg Hote Plovdiv
Sankt Peterburg Hote Plovdiv Star Rating 4        
97 Bulgaria Boulevard

This upscale, Soviet-style hotel is 2.3 km form the ancient Plovdiv Roman theater and the Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic Museum, and 1.8 km from the 14th-century Dzhumaya Mosque.
Saint Ivan Rilski Hotel & Spa
Saint Ivan Rilski Hotel & Spa Star Rating 4        
Sveti Ivan Area Bansko 2770 Bulgaria

This upscale, modern spa hotel is 2 km from the Bansko Gondola Ski Lift.The subdued, modern rooms have free Wi-Fi, minibars and flat-screens. Upgraded rooms add bathtubs and balconies, the bi-level suites include living rooms, while studios have kitchenettes.
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Bulgaria has changed a lot during the last 20 years. From being a communist ruled state on the other side of the Iron Curtain it has changed into a country with some progress towards free market reforms and own tourist industry. The Bulgarian nation has come a long way since it threw off the 500-year old yoke of the Ottoman Empire in the 1870's, and is now still struggling to cope with the aftermath of Communist misrule.

Renaming themselves the Bulgarian Socialist Party, the Communist long remained the dominant force in national politics after 1989. The election of a right-of-centre government in April 1997 gave ground for new hope, although low wages and high unemployment seem to remain ever-present features of Bulgarian life.

Bulgaria has a large number of travel destinations, but independent travel is not really common, although there are relatively few restrictions and costs are very low. The country offers a beautiful mountainous scenery as well as sandy beaches on the Black Sea coast. You will find ski resorts, deep forests, ancient monasteries, greek and roman remains and the fascinating capital Sofia is a must for Bulgaria travelers. Veliko turnovo, the ancient capital, is a young and vibrant city that deserves a visit as well.