Kandilj Pension

Address: Bistrik Potok 12a, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on Bistrik Potok 12a, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, Fortress, and City Bus Sarajevo Tours.
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          Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

          The ups and downs of Sarajavo

          A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Sep 17, 2015

          14 photos

          ... to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Franz Ferdinand and his pregnant wife and was one of the triggers for the beginning of WWI.










          The night pictures of the fountain in the town square show Nanci and another tourist drinking water from the fountain. Legend says that drinking water from the fountain means that you will return again to Sarajavo.

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          Mostar to Sarajevo

          A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Aug 17, 2015

          39 photos

          ... watch as a young Bosnian tries to convince people to give him money for him to jump off the Old Bridge. He generates quite a crowd and I go down to the rocks to watch as, eventually, he jumps to the applause of many. Head out of the Old City and walk up the main boulevard and find a nice shaded park where I sit and rest for a bit while reading. Walk away from the Old City a bit further, just exploring the Croatian side of ...

          Where World War I Began

          A travel blog entry by bumihills on Mar 18, 2015

          86 photos

          ... flourished as a multicultural haven where Muslims, Serbs, Croats, Turks, Jews, and others co-existed. By the late 17th century, Sarajevo was considered the most important city in the Balkans after Istanbul, and it is said to be the only city in the world where prayer calls can be heard simultaneously from mosques, synagogues and churches. After hosting the 1984 Olympics, Sarajevo descended into chaos ...

          Welcome To Sarajevo

          A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 21, 2014

          67 photos

          ... alley from us and we were totally jealous when he described his digs. Ours were not so comfortable. You win some and you lose some. Our train followed the river and valley upstream and the views were fantastic. Fortunately, nobody was smoking in our compartment. Smoking is not only allowed in Bosnia on trains, it seems mandatory and we lucked out on our trip. Matt smokes, but was respectful on the ride.

          We swapped stories and I told ...

          Bosnia & Herzegovina: The Little Engine that Could

          A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Oct 31, 2014

          13 comments, 132 photos

          ... away from the center, there are more and more scorched buildings and still-occupied apartments suffering from shrapnel blasts and bullet holes.

          We walked out about a half mile from the center to see the children’s memorial, which is a nice glass statue and fountain in a park, with cylinders you can spin to see all the children’s names and their birth and death dates. That was it for me. I couldn't take it for more than five minutes. Seeing all those ...