City Break in Sofia


Central Park hotel 4*

• PROPERTY DESCRIPTION & LOCATION: Central Park Hotel 4* is set right next to the National Palace of Culture Subway Station and enjoys a prime location in the very heart of Sofia on the famous Vitosha Boulevard. The hotel attains high standards of comfort and all amenities essential to modern living. It offers contemporary design and an intimate, homely atmosphere, combining elegant living standards with warm Bulgarian hospitality.
• ACCOMMODATION & CATEGORIES: Central Park Hotel Sofia boasts 77 luxury, elegantly appointed rooms and suites, offering style, coziness and comfort, most of them revealing a spectacular panorama view of Vitosha mountain.
All rooms offer a comprehensive range of in-room facilities: air-condition with individually controlled temperature, satellite TV channels, mini bar, in-room safe, electronic lock system and sound proof windows.
The needs of business travellers have also been well catered for with direct dial telephones, voice mail messaging, free high speed Internet connection.
Each room has an en-suite bathroom with bathtub, hairdryer, magnifying mirror and telephone.
For the youngest guests, the hotel offers free cribs and a child friendly environment in the restaurant. Non smoking floors are available to the hotel guests.
• CONFERENCE & MEETING FACILITIES: For meetings, seminars or special occasions the hotel features two naturally lit meeting rooms, seating 70 and 40 people. Designed and equipped to meet the needs of business guests they offer a full - scale meeting equipment, comfortable ergonomically designed chairs. E-space and a fully equiped Business Centre provide the highest standard of business, office, courier and mailing services.
• F&B OUTLETS: Inspired by the latest trends of urban life restaurant 106 has been fully refurbished and is now open to tempt you with new culinary offerings.
The concept of the new menu is healthy cuisine, modern technology of cooking with selected high quality products. It has been created by Joro Ivanov, Group Executive Chef of Grand Hotel Sofia, Sofia Central Park Hotel, Suite Hotel Sofia and president of Euro-Toques Bulgaria.
The restaurant offers comfort and a pleasant dining atmosphere. Enjoy the nice city view to the National Palace of Culture, especially if you choose to sit on the small restaurant terrace. Restaurant 106, with its 110 seats is suitable for working or informal lunches, as well as private parties, weddings or any special occasions.
The 106 Restaurant is open every morning for our lavish buffet - breakfast - 7:00 AM till 10:30 AM. After breakfast - from 11:00 AM till 11:00 PM.


LOCATION: Sofia is Bulgaria’s capital and its largest city. Founded thousands of years ago, today the city continues to develop as the country’s cultural and economic center. At present, the city has a population of 1 250 000. Today, Sofia is a dynamic Eastern European capital, distinguished by its unique combination of European and Communist-style architecture as well as many beautiful orthodox churches. Furthermore, it claims to be one of the few European capitals with beautiful scenery and a developed ski-resort so close to it - the Vitosha mountain.
DESCRIPTION: Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe with ruins spread across the city center. It was founded because of the quality of its mineral waters. In the city alone there are 7 independent mineral water springs. One of the springs is in the central area of the city and is accessible for everybody - cross the square behind the mosque, next to TSUM (the intersection of Iskar and Ekzarh Yosif streets). In the administrative center of Sofia the streets are covered with a specific yellow pavement. It was laid in the beginning of the 20th century and were a present to the Bulgarian Tsar Ferdinand for his wedding from the Austria-Hungarian royal family.
FOOD: Most Bulgarian dishes are oven baked, steamed, or in the form of stew. Deep-frying is not very typical, but grilling - especially different kinds of meats - is very common. Oriental dishes do exist in Bulgarian cuisine with most common being moussaka, gyuvetch, and baklava. Pork meat is the most common meat in the Bulgarian cuisine. Fish and chicken are widely eaten, while beef is less common. Yogurt (Kiselo mlyako) is very popular. It is mixed with water (drink called ayryan or airian) and it is added to main dishes (especially liver based or with minced meat). White cheese (brine) is a very popular ingredient in the Bulgarian cuisine too. Salads are often topped it it and it is often added to soups and main dishes.
  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
Price per person for whole program in DBL 2 2 350.00 700.00

Sofia International Airport. Arrival. Usage of Business Lounge.

Transfer to hotel. Accommodation


Breakfast in hotel

Sofia City Sightseeing

Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria offers various possibilities to spend some interesting time.
Sofia is a very old city. Here one can find many archaeological objects, museums, and interesting
architectural monuments from different periods. A sightseeing tour of the city will reveal the past
and contemporary life in this city. A professional guide will show you the main highlights of the
Included are the following sites:
 The Alexander Nevski Memorial Church;
 The National Academy of Foreign Art;
 National Assembly square with the
National Assembly and the Tsar
Osvoboditel monument (the King
 St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia;
The Russian church;
 The King’s palace, which nowadays is
National Art Gallery;
 The National Bank of Bulgaria;
 The National archaeology museum;
 The Presidency – optional viewing of
the change of the guard (every round
hour from 8.00AM – 8.00 PM);
 St. Petka Church;
 St. Nedelya church

Half day at leisure


Breakfast in hotel

Free time to explore the city

Transfer to restaurant

Farewell dinner in a traditional Bulgarian restaurant with live folklore show

Bulgarian food is tasty, fresh and hearty. Bulgaria is famous for its quality vegetables and dairy products and its variety of mild spices. Pork and chicken are the most common forms of meat, though fish and veal dishes are also popular and lamb has a special traditional place in Bulgarian cooking.
While many of the staples of Bulgarian cuisine you would also find in Turkey, Greece or Serbia, in Bulgaria each of those has its own local flavour to set it apart from the Balkan neighbours’ version.

Breakfast in hotel

Check-out of the hotel. Departure

Airport Sofia Departure

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