Air Malta from Malta to Sofia

Air Malta from Malta to Sofia

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Air Malta from Malta to Sofia

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Cheapest return ticket price

Malta(MLA) ⇒ Sofia(SOF)

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Malta(MLA) ⇒ Sofia(SOF)

Air Malta from Malta to Sofia cheap flights & FAQ

  • When are flight tickets from Malta (MLA) to Sofia (SOF) the cheapest?

    Airlines adjust prices for flights from Malta to Sofia based on the date and time of your booking. By analyzing data from all airlines, on, you can find the lowest flight prices on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
  • How much are flights from Malta (MLA) to Sofia (SOF) cost?

    According to's data, from Malta to Sofia, the lowest price is around S$394.
  • How long does it take to fly from Malta (MLA) to Sofia (SOF)?

    It takes about 1 hour 50 minutes to fly from Malta (MLA) to Sofia (SOF).
  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Sofia?

    • The distance from Sofia Airport to downtown is about 6km, by taxi about 20 minutes.
  • How many airports are there in Sofia (SOF)?

    There are 1 airport(s) near Sofia(SOF): Sofia Airport.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Hotels in Sofia

Hotels near Sofia

5/5Perfect48 Reviews
Sofia City Center Sofia|1km from downtown
It was whilst checking in that I realised this was not going to be a normal experience. After waiting a considerable amount of time for the guest before us to check in, we approached the non-smiling receptionist who appeared tense, introspective and offered no small words of greeting. She proceeded to check us in. Another hotel guest - already staying - arrived in reception and he looked grumpy. He interrupted our check in process with a complaint regarding a lack of toilet paper in his room. The receptionist did not ask him to wait, but proceeded to engage him in argument about when he could expect new supplies of toilet paper to arrive in his room. During the course of a bad tempered exchange between the two of them, the receptionist stated something like "the housekeeper does not start until 2pm" (It was already 3pm and so she must have been around) and he would respond with his view that he would stay here "never again" So this was during the middle of our check in... Our room was not quite what we expected. The view from the balcony included derelict buildings, and some building work in a neighbouring back garden which necessitated a bonfire. I wondered whether there was an alternative balcony room as I did not know if this bonfire would be a regular occurrence, and if so whether we would be affected by smoke as we sat on the balcony. Not that there were any chairs out there. I opened the door to the corridor, and there outside our room was the housekeeper, and her trolley, on which stood a plentiful supply of toilet paper. I contemplated how easy it would have been to have just provided the rude and grumpy guest with some, ten minutes before, when he was being rude...and grumpy. The receptionist appeared at that moment. I enquired into a change of room. "What's wrong with it?" I explained I was concerned about the nearby bonfire. "Oh, that's what people do in their gardens in Sofia" She appeared distracted and pre-occupied. We had a short discussion about alternative rooms, but I could sense her heart was not really in it. I asked if there were any chairs to use on the balcony, in case the smoke turned out not to be a permanent feature. "No" I let it go. The room itself was pleasant and spacious, with a nice layout and shape. Although, increasingly, during our stay, the noise levels from neighbouring rooms was intrusive. The following day we arrived back from breakfast (the hotel has a dining room but does not currently provide breakfast, but sends you out onto the street, and around the corner to a neighbouring hotel which is part of their group in order for them to provide you with breakfast) and our room had not been cleaned (and I remembered the 2pm start time for the housekeeper) so we went out for the day (leaving the 'please clean' sign on the door handle) We arrived back at about 3.30pm and the room had still not been cleaned. My wife spoke to the receptionist and we suggested that if she could ask the housekeeper to e
5/5Perfect69 Reviews
Sofia|6.69km from downtown
It is 10 minutes walk from the company and it is completely acceptable. The hotel environment is also good, the cleaning is regular every day, the service staff are very friendly. The breakfast is also very rich, but the Chinese food is a little uncomfortable. WiFi signal is very good, network Faster.
5/5Perfect49 Reviews
Sofia City Center Sofia|0.47km from downtown
i highly recommend this hotel. amazing location on the main street of Sofia where there is everything you need. excellent service and perfect care spacious and clean rooms with nice designs and decoration cozy atmosphere and very very helpful receptionists varied breakfast but if there are less than 10 people in the hotel, there is no buffet, you need to order a la carte if i go back to Sofia, i will definitely stay again in this hotel because it is situated perfectly better than all the other 5 stars hotels
5/5Perfect42 Reviews
Sofia City Center Sofia|1.14km from downtown
Breakfast is good! Air conditioning is not too cold, looking for the front desk brother is also actively helping ~ the next day someone has come to repair! Good attitude! The location is close to the train station, and it is more than 20 minutes to go to the restaurant area where you don’t have past attractions or lively spots.

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