Tokuda Hospital in Sofia
Adjacent to Borisova Gradina public park, Tokuda Hospital opened in 2006 and was the first hospital to be built in Bulgaria solely with foreign investment.
Find Hotels near Tokuda Hospital
Most hotels near Tokuda Hospital are in the three-, four- and five-star categories, and include options from popular brands, as well many independent hotels and some apartment-style accommodation. You’ll find a cluster of properties situated around James Boucher and European Union metro stations to the north of the hospital, as well as on the opposite side of the park near Sofia Zoo and Sofia Technical University.
Head further north of European Union station and you’ll soon be in the heart of central Sofia, where you’ll find hotels of all kinds, with a greater selection of cheap hotels, B&Bs and apartments. Popular locations include Vitosha Boulevard – the main commercial thoroughfare in Sofia – and the streets between Lavov most metro station and Sofia Central Railway Station.
About Sofia’s Tokuda Hospital
The hospital belongs to the international medical group Tokushukai Medical Corporation, and is named after Japanese doctor and parliamentarian Dr Torao Tokuda. It was the company’s first hospital outside Japan.
Located in the southern part of the residential Lozenets neighbourhood, the hospital is set within an award-winning contemporary building and features 11 floors of state-of-the art medical equipment and wards, 22 operating theatres, and more than 30 clinics and departments.
Things to Do near Tokuda Hospital
Tokuda Hospital lies just to the east of Borisova Gradina – the best known public park in Sofia. Here you’ll find Vasil Levski Stadium – the home ground of the Bulgarian national football team – along with other amenities like a boating lake, a children’s playground and a cycling track. Sofia Zoo is also about a 20-minute walk from the hospital through the park.
Back in central Sofia, spend some time window-shopping along Vitosha Boulevard, browse for souvenirs at the Central Sofia Market Hall, or head to the Sofia History Museum, which moved to its new location in the former Sofia Public Mineral Baths building in 2015.