Pansion Stari Grad

Bijelina Cikma 4, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
Prices starting from $66.00

Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

Day Ten - Part I

A travel blog entry by stigandwally


We start the morning, like any good English tourists, with a coffee-stop. We can't believe our luck in finding a hotel so close to the centre and enjoy a happy half hour watching the tourists, mingling with the locals, who are enjoying their mint tea. Our destination this morning is the Historical Museum and we decide to walk so as to get a flavour …

Day Nine

A travel blog entry by stigandwally


So, we woke up this morning to cats and dogs. Well, just the one cat, huddled under our van, which took a fondness to Danny after it was fed some UHT milk. However, it was raining and so we began the drive to Sarajevo in the thunder and lightening. As Vicky is not insured in Bosnia (although come to that, I'm not a hundred per cent convinced that …

A Corner in Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... the way in which his action would shape the history of the twentieth century. And it had all begun on a street corner in Sarajevo.
Historical Coincidence of the Day : Whilst there is some controversy on the topic, it has been revealed that the registration plate of the Archduke's car was AIII 118: the exact date of the Armistice signed on November 11, 1918. Strange, but true. No stranger than the string of coincidences and chances that lead to Franz Ferdinand's murder.

Bosnian Dancing Shoes

A travel blog entry by annaguthrie


... in a circle. People were dancing on the tables and cheering and encouraging one another. It was such a joyful sense of open community and welcome and I loved joining in the evening of Bosnian passion and happiness!

*I don't really have pictures of the action, because I was way too caught up in the moment! You will just have to imagine me dancing around in a big circle with happy Bosnians and other backpackers, having a grand old time! ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... of the 'great Serbia' theme from the 19th century. If an area tried to secede from the old Yugoslavia that had a considerable Serbian population, then President Milosevic felt it was his responsibility to protect the interests of the Serb minorities in those area. Mohammed prattled on at a mile a minute pace, only interrupted by the occasional phone call he would take, others held off when he put the phone up to his mouth so the caller could hear he was with a ...

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This hotel, located on Bijelina Cikma 4, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, City Bus Sarajevo Tours, and Fortress.
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