Foundation Land Of Friendship And Peace

Kakrinjski put 116, Sarajevo, 71217, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel

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Going to Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by ejm56


... roads clinging to the mountainside, where it seemed that one minor driving misjudgement would cause catastrophe.
As we began to leave the most mountain range behind, we began to see many scattered houses, in a distinctive style, very similar to what we might identify as Alpine. What characterised many of these pretty domains was that they were empty, either ruined or damaged or being rebuilt. The Bosnian War had been the bloodiest and most destructive chapter of ...

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... bridges a bomb exploded and injured some of the Emperorīs guards. Franz Ferdinand decided to cancel his lunch in the hotel Europe, went to the City Hall to excuse himself from the meeting and then he headed to the hospital to see if his men are doing fine. Next to the Latin Bridge Franz Ferdinandīs driver who was Czech turned unexpectedly to the right where Gavrilo Princip was waiting. The assassin murdered not only Franz Ferdinand but also his pregnant wife Sophie. ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... pre-wartime), but he said there was still a wariness of each other on the street.

After seeing, what felt like, all there was to see in the Old Town and city, we planned to get out and see some other sites. We inquired at the local tourist office, which also doubled as a car hire and tour company and they informed us that we could go see the tunnels from the war, the old bobsled track from the Sarajevo Winter Olympics in 1984 or even go on a day trip to Mostar. Yep, they ...

Tunnel of Hope

A travel blog entry by annaguthrie


... that I, at 25 ("25! What an old lady! Hahaha!"), am not married. He told me to come back later, and he would find me a nice Bosnian boyfriend tomorrow! And then I would be happy! He seemed to be a bit skeptical that I am very happy with my life. But, he assured me that I still have some time. It was, to say the least, a very interesting conversation, and Hilary and I were laughing the entire 30 minute ride back to town and talking about him for quite some time ...

Sarajevo to Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell


Sarajevo was interesting, confronting and sobering. The city sits at the base of a valley, surrounded on all sides by steep mountains. It was blockaded in the mid 1990s during a catastrophic siege that lasted almost four years. Bosnian Serb forces ringed the city and the people of Sarajevo tried to live their daily lives under enemy fire. Evidence of bombs, shelling and bullet fire is everywhere, as many buildings remain unrepaired. On the ...


This hotel, located on Kakrinjski put 116, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, City Bus Sarajevo Tours, and Fortress.
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