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

    Scars of Sarajevo

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jul 28, 2015

    34 photos

    ... everything they could want there were no complaints. People could even travel out of Yugoslavia, so they could see they way things were in capitalist places and were content to come back to their system of rule.

    When he died it created a power vacuum and no one president could keep Yugoslavia's ethnic tensions under wraps. Many people believe that after Tito's death the rise in Serbian patriotism was fueled by Slobodan Milosevic who wanted to rule the ...

    Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia Herzgovina

    A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Jul 10, 2015

    24 photos

    ... error we ended up at Skocjanskie Jame, which is about 30kms further down the road. This cave system is a UNESCO World Heritage and Biodiversity site. No train, just walking through the underground system. What an amazing and awe-inspiring place. The exceptional volume of the underground canyon is what distinguishes the Škocjan Caves from other caves and places them among the most famous underground features in the world. This underground channel, first explored at ...

    Feeling more like adventurers!

    A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 15, 2014

    4 photos

    ... for the tram,

    That was our next problem. Outside the railway station, in the dark wilderness, were some tram rails and some shelters. But no lights, no signs, no timetables, no tram numbers, nothing to indicate that this tram line hadn't been abandoned years before. And we hadn't seen any trams. So we stood there, alone, in the darkness, with 'We are dumb foreigners' clearly written on us for all to see. After ten minutes or so, a taxi ...

    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 ...

    Ottoman Trek

    A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Sep 29, 2014

    49 photos

    ... By far the most powerful/top recommendation in Sarajevo was the 1995 Gallery - where we learned of the murders and brutality that took place in Srbska and Sarajevo. Make no mistake ... It wasn't a war... It was genocide. We could tell our tour guide was very passionate and emotional about it all were we by the end. She was only our age, and had lived though a war - it was hard to comprehend.

    I honestly thought I'd struggle to enjoy Serbia after that, but the people ...