Getting around Sofia is easy. No car, no problem. Hop on one of the many buses, trolleys, trams, trains (metro); Sofia has them all. The network is vast. Signs tell you how long you will need to wait (generally less than 10 minutes). When getting from point A to B, trip apps like Moovit tell you exact what line to take (and when). It’s also affordable — a single metro ride costs about $0.84, buses, trolleys, and trams are even cheaper. I paid $36 dollars for a 30-day card good on all lines and transferrable to friends or family. I rode them all. It’s standing room only during commute time but most of the buses are now air conditioned. A bus ride (604) from Hotel Pliska to the Palace of Culture, a stroll down Vitosha street to Serdika, a metro train back. Easy, safe, friendly. So Sofia.