36-40 Antim I str.
We kindly ask you to write us about your approximate time of arrival. We don't have a reception desk so we have to know what time to wait for you in front of the building.


The apartments are situated in a new building with a lift, located on 36 – 40 Antim I street. The neighborhood is nice and quiet, most of the buildings around are new construction, while located in the center of the capital and provides easy access to famous places, museums, theaters, administrative offices, places for dining, shopping and entertainment.
About 50 meters from the building is located Pirotska street - one of the shopping streets in the city, part of which is pedestrian zone. Following Pirotska street you will get Hristo Botev boulevard, from there you can take trams 1, 6 and 7, which will take you to the Five Corners and the National Palace of Culture (NDK). Also with the trams from there but in the other direction you can reach the Central Bus and Railway Stations. From NDK starts the pedestrian zone of Vitosha boulevard - the most famous shopping street in Sofia. In this region there is another famous street – Graf  Ignatiev.
Following Antim I street about 150 meters from the building is placed Todor Alexandrov boulevard, still left on the boulevard you will reach Tsar Osvoboditel boulevard, better known as the Yellow streets. It is about 15 minutes walking distance from the accommodation. Here are the Council of Ministers, the building of the National Assembly, the Presidency, the Art Gallery, the Archaeological Museum, the Russian Church, Temple - monument St. Alexander Nevski (the largest in Bulgaria) and others. Tsar Osvoboditel boulevard came to Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (the first Bulgarian University).
Near the accommodation, again on Todor Alexandrov boulevard is located Opulchenska metro station. In Sofia there are two subway lines that intersect at Serdica station (next stop after Opulchenska towards the center). With the subway you can quickly and easily reach St. Nedelya Square, Sofia University, National Stadium, the National Palace of Culture, Central Bus Station, Central Railway Station, Inter Expo Center and others. Public transport tickets are purchased on stops or from the driver of the vehicle, and in the subway stations. A ticket for one trip costs 1 lev for the whole public transport. You can also purchase daily and weekly discount cards. For more information about the public transport in the capital, visit Sofia Urban Mobility Centre and Sofia Metro`s page.
On the corner of Alexander Stamboliiski blvd. and Opulchenska str. is situated Mall of Sofia – one of the big shopping centers in Sofia, which is only about 6 – 7 minutes walking distance from the property. There are all kind of shops, big super market for food, cafes, restaurants and cinema. Other famous shopping centers are: