Hotel Zenica

Address: Kamberovica Polje Bb, Zenica, 72000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kamberovica Polje Bb, Zenica.
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        Travel Blogs from Zenica

        Rodin and Tito

        A travel blog entry by tessvines on May 14, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        Perhaps only on this trip could a connection between the Rodin and Tito be made but by the end of our stay in Zagreb it had been. We discovered today we travel in the company of the French Cultural Festival and so Dali in Dubrovnik and now in Zagreb Rodin sculptures are being featured just two blocks from the hotel. Emma and I missed the walking tour of the old town this morning. A migraine had struck the day before as I sipped an extraordinarily strong coffee and the rest of the coach ...

        Sarajevo's "tunnel of hope" and back to Croatia

        A travel blog entry by tessvines on May 13, 2015

        9 photos

        Our stay in Sarajevo was brief, but enlightening. We began the day with a walking tour around the Old Town. The domes of the mosques rise above the small shops and cafes. As you'd expect, there are a number of memorials scattered around the small town and as you drive through the city, you notice how many cemeteries there are in such a small area. On the edge of the old town, just by the river, is the corner where Archduke Ferdinand was shot by the 19 year old member of the ...

        A Sarajevo love story

        A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 16, 2014

        5 photos

        ... I bought a local sim card, failed to understand the Bosnian activation instructions, enlisted the help of a mobile shop who did it for me, and followed the red line on the map. The route took us through a lot of market area, so Squirt, who has a 2 per day spending money budget, was able to buy a scarf and a fan, and I bought her a Sarajevo hoodie for 4 that possibly she may grow arms long enough for when she's fourteen. We ...

        Cornflakes for breakfast

        A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 18, 2014

        5 photos

        "Travel is never a matter of money but of courage"

        Once again the bus trip proved to be an experience. As it pulled into the bus station the crowd surged forward and somehow we found ourselves at the front. A worried driver got off and was visibly alarmed by the number of people waiting to board his already very busy bus. A few phonecalls were made and he let about 5 of us on. Whether we were the lucky or unlucky ones I still can't decide! ...

        Rollin' On Through

        A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Aug 16, 2013

        34 photos

        ... This is not something that one sees often, if at all, in Croatia. Having never been to Slovenia, Montenegro, or Macedonia, I cannot speak to them, but it was different enough from what I am used to for me to notice as we were traveling through the country. (I found out it's not all that unusual in Serbia. In Novi Sad, for instance, there were Orthodox churches, ...