In Sofia with rent a car, Part I

In Sofia with rent a car

The Capital of Bulgaria – Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe which holds many outstanding examples of religious and historic architecture. Sofia is an attractive cultural center, a place where Eastern and European cultures are mixed, a city of contrasts, beauty and energy.

 To fully explore both the city’s landmarks and surrounding Sofia monasteries, ancient forests and picturesque places it appropriate to rent a car. Convenience for the tourists is the ability to take the car from the airport “Sofia”To rent a car in Bulgaria, particularly in Sofia is very easy and accessible process. Our employees speak foreign languages and using all popular communication channels. We fromsofia-rent-a-car have extensive fleet and cars for every taste.

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The tour wit the car can start from the “St. Alexander Nevsky” templemonument, which is the largestorthodox cathedral in the Balkans. An interesting monument on the “National Assembly” square is the equestrian statue of the Russian Emperor Alexander II. Passing by “Tsar Osvoboditel” boulevard you willreach the Russian Church of St. Nicholas, as well the Museum of Natural Sciences at “Battenberg”boulevard, consideredas the center of Sofia. Luxury shops in Sofia are on “Vitosha” Boulevard and around the National Palace of Culture.
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For the travelers an interesting place would be the only functioning mosque in Sofia, built in the late 16th century by the Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan Catnip. Among the buildings constructed by him is Selim II mosque in Edirne, Turkey, which can be reached by a rental car. Near the Banya Bashi Mosque in Sofia is an ancient and small bath, based on Roman Baths, representing a fountain of warm drinking water. If you leave your car you may enter the mosque, when believers do not perform their ritual “namaz”.

Another attraction of Sofia, you have to visit is the mineral (or so-called Turkish) bath, which is a real architectural and historical pearl of the Bulgarian capital, with its elegant facade and ceramic ornaments all reminiscent of medieval churches in Nesebar.