Hotel Astra Garni

Address: Kundurdziluk 2, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kundurdziluk 2, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, Fortress, and City Bus Sarajevo Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

    Stage 11: Sarajevo - where East meets West

    A travel blog entry by jamesandvanessa on Jul 28, 2015

    10 photos

    ... all his life so was able to tell us first hand stories about life during the war. Probably the best walking tour we've had to date - learnt a huge amount the history of the city. Saw & heard about how & where Franz Ferdinand & his wife were shot - one of the triggers to the start of WWI. After a bungled attempt it all came down to chance that Gavrilo Princip managed to succeed in his mission. Learnings: 1) When the reviews for the ...

    Sarajevo was awesome. Understand?

    A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on Jun 29, 2015

    17 photos

    We arrived by bus to Sarajevo in the early afternoon and hopped in a taxi. We lucked out and had an awesome cab driver named Ossman who became our tour guide for the afternoon at no extra charge. First, he took us to the Tunnel of Life where the military would hide out during the war (1991-1994) and transport supplies. We watched a film about it and even got to walk through 25 of the 800 meters of it. Among the supplies that they shipped were food, clothes, and of course, giant boxes ...

    Bosnia & Herzegovina: The Little Engine that Could

    A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Oct 31, 2014

    13 comments, 132 photos

    ... and religion. We went from the Republika Srpska and Orthodox Churches, through Sarajevo, mostly Muslim Bosniak with lots of mosques and great Turkish-inspired food, into Herzegovina, with a Croatian/Catholic, and Dalmatian influence. But I am getting ahead of myself.

    Driving through farmland, seeing families harvesting hay by hand, plumping it into bales 10 feet high and 20 feet around, growing their own food, and looking at us with curiosity as we drove by, we felt ...

    Sarajevo, Bosnia

    A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on May 22, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... 1914) saw the beginning of World War I.

    To us, to travel is to learn. And the best way to learn is through the eyes of the people (and their ancestors) who have lived the history. For this reason, we came to Eastern Europe to try and absorb some of the twists and turns of history that make this part of the world what it is today.

    The elements and history are immense. No ...

    Bosnia & Herzegovina - Sarajevo

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Aug 24, 2013

    49 photos

    ... Archduke Franz Ferdinand d'Este and his wife Sophie which is actually how the WWI began. The famous bridge is located across the street and is called Latin Bridge.

    Letīs see very casually what happened back in 1914. In the second half of the 19th century there was a meeting where it was agreed that Bosnia and Herzegovina would be part of Austro-Hungarian Empire for the following 30 years. When this period was over Austro-Hungarian Empire was supposed ...