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Have you ever wanted to stroll through a park, shrouded by forest, right in the middle of a city? If so, fly with Austrian Airlines to Sofia, Bulgaria. Sofia is the capital and largest city in Bulgaria and it offers many parks and natural retreats. The area offers an oceanic climate and remains cooler than most other parts of Bulgaria during the summer months. Sofia, a major economic center, offers a variety of activities for visitors. Sofia is an important transportation center, offers plenty of interesting architecture, and a multitude of universities and recreational areas. The city is a wonderful place to enjoy the amenities of a populated area while still being close to the solitude and beauty of nature. The people are kind, the food is good. Fly with Austrian Airlines to Sofia and let us know what you think!

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EAT in Sofia: Cappuccino
There is none more modern and trendy, at least not in Sofia. Almost everyone finds happiness here and the perfect ambiance for their projects: For lunch you can still come with the entire, if elegant, family. In the afternoon at the latest, they should cede to best friend, when the first cocktails are mixed. At night it gets romantic - with Italian cuisine and excellent wines from Chile, Australia and New Zealand.   The centre of the restaurant is the bar, with room for a whole swarm of bar flies and the perfect surrounding for a good start on the night. The barkeepers know the ins and outs of their work, putting on the perfect show with a drink. Once you've looked and drunk enough, you can turn your back to the living barstools and go back to one of the more intimate tables.

SHOP in Sofia: Vitosha Boulevard
The Vitosha Boulevard is Sofia's ritziest avenue, and comes in 32nd worldwide when it comes to the most expensive shopping streets. It's still worth a stroll - after all, you don't need to buy everything you see. That would be quite expensive, indeed, because the brand portfolio of the posh street is no different from the Parisian Champs-Élysées or the Via Montenapoleone in Milan. Versace, Bulgari, D&G, Escada, Max Mara, Van Laak, Ermenegildo Zegna, Moreschi, Marella, Armani, Ferré, Boss, Baldinini and, of course, also the slightly more modest colleagues such as Sisley, Bennetton, Hilfiger, Lacoste, Pepe und Levi's.   Once you've had enough of this glamour world, check out the side streets. You will find many nice boutiques with an ample choice.

STAY in Sofia: Scotty's Hotel
In a historical building, in the centre of Sofia, you will find an extraordinarily charming hotel. Each room is different and named after varying metropolitan cities. Moreover, everything here is gay-friendly, however, open-minded heteros are just as welcome.   The main thing is to be nice, it seems. The staff provides professional help around the clock, including tips on sightseeing and going out. In a way, you'll find everything you need or would want to see around the corner: shops, markets, and mineral baths. Another proof of the diversity: A synagogue, the famous mosque, and the Catholic cathedral are all within walking distance. Yes, all three. Doubles start at 80,- euros.

SEE in Sofia: Sveta Sofija
Built on a necropolis, abused as a gladiators' arena, extended as a mosque and finally restored to a church: The history of St. Sofia is just as long as it is fascinating. The classic Byzantine masterwork from the 6th century is the oldest Orthodox church in Sofia and was then built on the highest elevation of the settlement. In the course of several bouts of destruction and rebuilding efforts the church has changed, but retains its basic structure: Even today the three-nave basilica shines in the classic Byzantine look.   Unfortunately, most of the frescoes have suffered severely over the years, however, you can still admire many icons and three impressive altars. And since you are already there: Just pay a quick visit to the grave of Bulgaria's national poet, Ivan Vazov, on the Eastern side of the church. That's the gentleman with the book in his hand.

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Flights to Sofia Flight No. Time Flight time Typ
VIE - SOF OS 793 16:45 - 18:15 01:30 100
VIE - SOF OS 805 06:20 - 07:55 01:35 100
VIE - SOF OS 795 09:05 - 10:40 01:35 320
VIE - SOF OS 797 14:15 - 15:50 01:35 319
VIE - SOF OS 799 19:20 - 20:55 01:35 320