Hotel Grand

Address: Muhameda ef. Pandze 7, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Muhameda ef. Pandze 7, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, Fortress, and City Bus Sarajevo Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

    A History of Jewish Resilience and Renewal

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 23, 2015

    52 photos

    ... Christian Europe, the Spanish Inquisition, and the Nazi Shoah.

    We find the earliest traces of Jewish renewal in Diocletian's (Emperor of Rome’s) Palace in Split, with menorahs carved into the substructure stone blocks. Our guide tells us of the possibility that as early as the 4th Century, Diocletian invited Jews to live on the grounds of the palace for their dyeing skills. The secret of tekhelet – the blue dye that comes ...

    Sarajevo was awesome. Understand?

    A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 29, 2015

    17 photos

    ... and asked if we went to the bakery he recommended to us, which we didn't, so he got out of the car and brought a ton of bread to us, saying it was on him because we needed to try it. He was right, it was delicious! He continued to be a tour guide showing us sites and when we arrived at the airport, we both got teary eyed again because of his overwhelming care for us. It was sad to leave this town because of the 2 people we met here, they couldn't have been any nicer. Next, off to ...

    Welcome To Sarajevo

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 21, 2014

    67 photos

    ... chopped up part of the sidewalk. The city filled them in with red concrete as a remembrance. You can see them all over but this one is right in front of the Cathedral. During the war, the locals called these "Dragon Footprints" and nobody thought of making art out of them.

    There was a photography exhibit on the Srebrenica Massacre. That's a Bosnian town where 8,000+ men and boy civilians were rounded up murdered. You can only really call ...

    Bosnia & Herzegovina: The Little Engine that Could

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Oct 31, 2014

    13 comments, 132 photos

    ... with Russian armaments. The locals were mostly gangsters, criminals, volunteers, fathers, and kids, who took up cobbled-together arms to protect their city. We took a tour of the War Tunnel (they call it the Tunnel of Life). Local Bosnian Muslims living behind the airport tarmac built a tunnel 800 meters long to smuggle water, food, arms, and other necessities to protect their homes. The museum is in the family's house where these schemes were headquartered and they play ...

    Long time between drinks

    A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Sep 21, 2014

    108 photos

    ... Park and our next stop. Lucky for Harold it meant a journey over the mountain pass, built during the Second World War by Russian POW’s. These Russians must have loved the hairpin bend as they allowed us the pleasure of no less than 32 on the way up, and equal on the other side. In torrential rain at some points and multiple sheep crossings this was testing however, the weather cleared just is time for us to see the amazing views. Lots of cute ...