Hotel Integra

Address: Vidovdanska bb, Doboj, 74101, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vidovdanska bb, Doboj.
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    Travel Blogs from Doboj

    The One Where I Lived on a Coach Bus

    A travel blog entry by adellomo on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... Banja Luka looked as if it was a European city out of any of the "western" nations. The two completely different styles of city reflects the totally different cultures that I experienced while I was traveling these past two weeks. Banja Luka is a nearly mono-ethnic nation, with very few groups of Bosniaks or Croats remaining. This ensures that the kinds of ethnic political paralysis that are often seen in the Balkans are directed out towards the Federation, instead of dealing with ...

    Mystery Tourism

    A travel blog entry by liliflynn on Jul 12, 2014

    After several hours and two border crossings, we arrive at Banja Luka in Bosnia. Little did we know, that this supposed adventure tourism hub had been badly affected by the floods. This adversely affected the tourist industry, resulting in hours searching for hidden tourist agencies that may or may not exist. We ended the day settling for a dinner of delicious veal rolls with spicy Serbian salad and some World Cup ...


    A travel blog entry by peteindira on Jun 25, 2013

    8 photos

    We are spending a couple of days at Indira's childhood home just outside of the city of Doboj. Gone are the morning church bells and calls to prayer, replaced by battling roosters, crickets and the occasional mooing cow.

    The area is very rural, along a river bank, surrounded by corn fields. During the war the house was the closest house to the front lines and played a big part in ...

    Sarajevo Day #1 & Vranduk

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Sep 29, 2012

    17 photos

    ... River. According to a historical marker, the Vranduk Fortress was built in the late 1300s on an important strategic route.

    “The kings of Bosnia received envoys, signed treaties, and issued charters there,” the marker states. “The Ottomans laid siege to Vranduk on several occasions before capturing it in 1463. During his campaign against Bosnia in 1697, Eugene of Savoy realized that it would be difficult to conquer, and decided to bypass it.”

    Tuzla, northern Bosnia

    A travel blog entry by travel_chris on Aug 22, 2008


    ... is an university at the left and an event hall at the right. Then there is some river at the left and after some time you can cross a bridge to the left. (not the small walking bridge! but the big one a little further) When i crossed the bridge i saw pansion 'Kipovi' right in front of me. I think this is probably the best pansion in town. I talked with the manager and he was so nice. Once he found out i was from Holland he started to ...