Under the wings of Polish Airlines LOT you can fly to Sofia not only in a friendly atmosphere, but also in comfortable conditions. Already the sixteenth time running we have been recognized as the the Best Airline of Central and Eastern Europe by Business Traveller. On board you can also relax and read the latest press.
Now you can fly to Sofia with Polish Airlines LOT every day. We fly from the Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to the Sofia (SOF) Airport (every day at 11.05 hrs. and every day at 14.20 hrs., except Tuesdays and Saturdays.
We will fly you from the Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Sofia Airport (SOF) in less than two hours. And afterwards all you need to do is enjoy the attractions that the Bulgarian capital has in store for you.
The offer of Polish Airlines LOT comprises numerous additional solutions for its clients. Quick Passage is a proposal for all passengers who want to skip queues to airport procedures. Priority Luggage is an option to all passengers wishing their luggage to be unloaded first. In addition under the option My Favourite Seat you can also reserve the selected seat on board.
Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria and the largest city in the country, is one of the oldest cities of Europe. Since antiquity, the place has been influenced by both eastern and western traditions; and, as a result, Sofia is an extremely diverse city with rich tradition and culture. The turbulent history of this place is reflected by its buildings, for instance. You can see the miraculous, stone Orthodox churches from the early Middle Ages and huge, socialist-realist buildings; colourful , vibrant streets full of bars, and dark and glum housing estates on the outskirts of the city.
In Sofia you can visit gorgeous Orthodox, Muslim and Jewish temples. The oldest of them is the orthodox St. Sofia Church which is located at the Alexander Nevsky Square. It was built in the 6th century, during the reign of Byzantine emperor, Justinian I. When Sofia got conquered by the Ottoman Turks, the church was transformed into a mosque and two minarets were built next to it, one of which has been preserved until today. In the 19th century the temple became an Orthodox church again.