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Boulevard Dondukov 5 1000 Sofia Bulgaria
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Hotel Arte is a 3 star hotel situated in the centre of Sofia city, in immediate proximity to the main government institutions, banks and sights of interest. The hotel is just 10km from Sofia international airport, thus offering travelers the benefit of a quick and easy access.
Hotel Arte offers 23 guestrooms, providing modern comfortable accommodation, and 2 junior suites, some non smoking rooms are available. The rooms have an electronic door locking system, air-conditioning, minibar, external phone line, plus a hairdryer and shaving point in all bathrooms. Also available at the hotel is room service, laundry and dry cleaning, and fax and photocopying services.
In the restaurant there are 40 seats and a VIP saloon for up to 6 people, which is suitable for small meetings and private conversations.
На това място на 12 май 1876 година е предаден и убит водачът на Априлското въстание Георги Бенковски.Георги Бенковски е убит на място и обезглавен. Турците умиват главата му в Кървавото кладенче, наречено така заради разигралите се в местността събитията.Десет години по-късно Въльо, предателят на Бенковски, сам изработва дървен кръст, с който обозначава лобното място на Бенковски.Всяка година на 25 май в местността Костина се провеждат тържества в памет на загиналите.
Вратцата - Vratzata
Vratcata is a rocky gorge on the Leva river in the Nature Park Vrachanski Balkan in the north west of Bulgaria. The rocks above the gorge are not only the highest in Bulgaria but on the entire Balkan peninsula, above 400 metres in height. This is where the most popular climbing routes in Bulgaria are to be found.
Borovets is the oldest Bulgarian ski resort with over 110 years of history. Today, Borovets is the most modern and biggest resort in Bulgaria.
The resort is located on the northern slopes of the Musala Peak at the Rila Mountain, the highest mountain in Bulgaria.
The resort offers ski runs, the highest of which are at 2600m above sea level.
The ski season in Borovets is from December through to April. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of 5 Degrees C.
The resort can be reached by car, it is 12 kilometres by first class road from Samokov and Sofia is about 7 kilometres away. There is a bus that runs to Samokov every 30 minutes.
Several different winter sports competitions are held in Borovets, including the World Cup, which has been held here twice.
Borovets also offers very good conditions for night- skiing, snowboarding, ski jumps and biathlon and there are specially designed ski runs for beginners, intermediates and advanced skiers.
The resort offers to its visitors: hotels, restaurants, night clubs and shops.
Over 200 ski instructors serve the complex and many of them are former professional skiers.
The Mountain Rescue Service is available 24 hours a day.
The church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary" was built in 1817 on the site of an earlier church that had been destroyed by the Kurdzhalies at the end of the 18th century. A local story tells us that the builders from Smolsko and Mirkovo built the church in just 11 days. It contains many precious works of art including the Iconostasis /1821/ and the other icons made by Renaissance painters during the period of 1837 to 1838.
A patron saint's day is 15th of August .
Kashtata na Todor Kableshkov
Todor Kableshkov was a 19th Century revolutionary leader and one of the leaders of Bulgaria's April Uprising against the Ottoman rulers. His family home is in Koprivshtitsa and is now open to the public as a museum. The house was built by a local master-builder/architect called Gencho Mladenov in 1845 - just a few years before Kableshkov's birth. His family were wealthy and the house reflects that with a grand facade and exquisitely decorated interior. The museum includes an exhibition on his revolutionary activities.
The museum is open from 9:30 - 17:30 every day except Monday.