Hotel Hayat

Address: Abdesthana 27, Sarajevo, 71 000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Abdesthana 27, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, Fortress, and City Bus Sarajevo Tours.
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      Travel Blogs from Sarajevo

      Welcome To Sarajevo

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 21, 2014

      67 photos

      ... the car and Franz Ferdinand's blood-stained uniform in a military museum in Vienna. It's quite compelling. And we all know the ramifications of this event.

      But Sarajevo is so rich in history. It's a fascinating place. We heard a Rick Steves' Podcast where a local guide said "We have so much history, we can't stand it." How true. Except for the 1984 Winter Olympics, Sarajevo seems to be known for negative events.

      The worst was ...

      Long time between drinks

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Sep 21, 2014

      108 photos

      ... probably not the last) where it seems okay to light up cigarettes at the petrol station. No mate, it is not. After some verbal cross culture jousting most men finally obliged, often with a carless flick of the lit butt in a random petroleum filled direction. Back to the point, the hype of Lake Bled was well worth it. Snuggled between the mountain ranges and holding a delicate church on its
      central island it is well worth the trip. We were able ...

      The Great Sarajevo Valley

      A travel blog entry by katiegallagher on Aug 17, 2014

      2 photos

      ... can be found all across the city. It is sometimes difficult to remember Bosnia was a war-torn country only two decades ago and that the relationship among the Muslim Bosniaks, Orthodox Serbs, and Catholic Croats is still turbulent. Yet, I was pleasantly surprised by the Sarajevo city-center. The town is lively and colorful and the people are friendly and inviting. I am definitely looking forward to the rest of my trip.


      Sarajevo - where to start?

      A travel blog entry by ruth.parent on Sep 22, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... the siege, but in recent years, there has been a return to religion, especially with funding from more fundamentalist countries. There are mosques all over and frequent Call to Prayer throughout the day, some young girls in western clothes, others wearing the Habib, and still others in Burkas. The conflict, which initially started for mostly political and economic reasons, grew to be cultural and religious, and all those factors are still unresolved ...

      The Tunnel

      A travel blog entry by tablefortwo on Aug 27, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... creamed spinach, fried eggplant slices, meatballs and bread. It was so delicious and we were stuffed once again! I laugh, but Igor and his mother had instructed Bisera to refrain from serving me anything with a head attached, so we had the whole fish sans the head. I found it pretty comical. Igor continued to rest and feel better for the remainder of the afternoon and evening, while his mother, her friend and I took a walk to the center of the town. We did a ...