Hostel Marin Dvor

H. Kajtaza bb, M.M. Baseskije 63 3, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

Mostar and Sarajevo

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... to see by 12:15pm. I remembered that there was a bus leaving for Sarajevo at 1pm as well, so I decided to get that bus instead.

It was a stunning ride to Sarajevo! I never expected the scenery to be so amazing, but the gorges were massive, the mountains were high, and the water was a beautiful blue-green color. The bus ride lasted just over two hours and I managed to avoid the rain almost the whole day. Unfortunately, the mixture of ...


A travel blog entry by cj-allen


... talking, well even more exaggerated on my part. I promised that I would go to an ATM first thing in the morning before my bus north and get him the money, he said it wasn't a problem, although I think the receptionist thinks I'm a touch bonkers! Think my driver will be getting a nice wee tip from me, especially as he lugged my ridiculously massive suitcase up to my room on second floor of the hostel, airport extremely heavy tags swinging as he went. ...

Rain, Rain Go Away

A travel blog entry by tablefortwo


... 8217;s national dish comprised of beef that is shaped into little sausages, grilled and served over a special bread with white onions. We go about every other month to eat cevap at one of a handful of restaurants in Dallas, so if you’re interested in trying it, let me know and you can join us! The downpour starts as we sit down, so we decide to head back to the house after lunch. Later that evening we go out with son and daughter-in-law of one of ...

In the <3 of the Balkans: Bosnia and Herzegovina

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa


... Sarajevo old city is located deep down in a small valley surrounded by hills, which made it easier to Serbian forces to surround the city and keep it under siege for nearly 4 years. Walking around these residential areas in the low part of the hills provided great views and sights of the old city, and also gave a historical feel as the former siege boundary crosses through them. Reflecting about the war brought many thoughts and questions to my mind, so when back in ...

Perplexing Process of Freedom

A travel blog entry by ssfahring


... in the forefront of politics. Catholic Croats, Muslim Bosniaks, and Orthodox Serbs were politically seen differently. Schools were too dangerous to attend. Certain areas of town were almost completely abandoned because of the amount of people shot. The UN agreed to step in with force in December 1995 and the siege ended in February 1996.

Our first stop was the Tunnel of Hope. During the siege of Sarajevo the tunnel was ...


This hotel, located on H. Kajtaza bb, M.M. Baseskije 63 3, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, City Bus Sarajevo Tours, and Fortress.
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