Hotel Leotar

Address: Luke Vukalovica 1, Trebinje, 89101, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Downtown/Fremont Street area of Trebinje.
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    Travel Blogs from Trebinje

    Wine Tasting in the Republika Srpska

    A travel blog entry by rosinski218 on Oct 10, 2014

    36 photos

    ... We bought a nice red blend that had a majority of this type of grape. As it was getting late, we wondered how the hell we would get back to town. Not only did the wine owner take us back to town in her private car, she dropped us off at another winery! This next winery is probably the most modern winery I have ever been in. The entrance was a huge wine barrel with the door as one side of the barrel. Inside ...

    Sailing Croatia!!

    A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jun 10, 2014

    37 photos

    ... for a swim stop (the second swim stop of the trip). So we got changed and started jumping in off the boat. It was little cold but not too bad. We had about an hour an a half there before we headed off again so we could pull into Split. We were in port at Split by about 1pm and we had another night on the boat before the trip officially finished. We got off and had our little "orientation walk", which was basically here's the main street and the clubs are that way. ...

    Bosnia and Herzegovina: Out of the Shadows of War

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Oct 11, 2013

    42 photos

    ... of BiH, with separate federations and no one in charge.

    On the bright side, we enjoyed a street vendor’s lunch that introduced us to a Balkan specialty: cevapcici, spicy sausages served with pita bread. We placed our order using sign language because far fewer people in BiH speak English.

    After an informative and enjoyable stay in Sarajevo (see previous post), we headed to Mostar, which once ...

    A real holiday

    A travel blog entry by hicster on Sep 24, 2013

    2 comments, 56 photos

    ... Trogir is counted as one of the oldest cities in the Mediterranean (although now it would be
    considered a small town) People have lived in the area from around 2 000BC. Although it lost the greater part of its medieval fortifications in the 19th century, the northern land gate and southern sea gate with a part of the wall are still intact. The centre square was formed where there was once a Roman ...

    It is a ship, not a boat

    A travel blog entry by drewmarie on Aug 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... wind makes the sun feel refreshing. We sailed all night and prepared for a morning arrival in Kotor. Breakfast was early (8/20) so we could all meet on the sun deck to watch the sail in through the fjord. It was b r e a t h t a k i n g. Dietmer is our MC for the cruise and pointed out the two floating churches that Montenegro is known for. We arrived in port right in front of the old town of Kotor, which is a walled city similar to Dubrovnik ...