Hotel Zenica

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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    This Isn't Switzerland...

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... the exhibit. This morning we picked up a rental car (another Bosnian adventure) and left Sarajevo, although we'll return in a couple of days. The purpose of getting a car was to drive six hours back to Croatia and more specifically Plitvice National Park since our experience wasn't a fun one a few weeks back when the rain, cold, and wind put a damper on our visit. However, on the way, our plan was to stop in a small town called Visoko, which is famous ...

    Cornflakes for breakfast

    A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... this trip that I'd been able to find cider (apparently this is not very popular further south) so I was one very happy girl!

    Sarajevo was also a lot of fun and very picturesque. There were also plenty of opportunities to learn about the history of the country and visit the various monuments. However I would say that a could have done a maximum of 4 days here as I felt we had covered most of the things we wanted to do after our couple of days ...

    Rollin' On Through

    A travel blog entry by jsarracino on Aug 16, 2013

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    ... a few towns along the way. It was very relaxing. And somewhat boring after a while with nothing new to look at.

    Two things I did find interesting. Since Bosnia is made up of a mixed religious population - Catholics, Muslims, and Orthodox Christians - we saw many of both types of Christian churches and mosques along the way, sometimes within sight of ...

    Sofia to Plovdiv!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 07, 2013

    Late start this morning. Check out not till 12 so we were able to sleep in! It was amazing! Went for a bit if a stroll around Sofia then we were back on the bus. Only for 2 hours tho so it was pretty painless. And we didn't need to cross any borders so even better! We arrived in Plovdiv about 2pm and met up with Caitlin for our walking tour. We saw lots of ancient ruins that have only recently ...

    Bosnia - a different perspective

    A travel blog entry by nickyandian on Nov 02, 2012

    ... or so and with a tram ride to the central area we walked up a big hill with our packs to our hostel. Today was nice and the relaxing and we visited the supermarket for some food and walked down to Pigeons Square and through the surrounding markets where Nicky spotted lots of `cute/pretty/awesome` souvenirs. We also checked out the mosque and copper alley (loads of copper ware stores in one tiny alleyway).

    The following day we had a 6 hour tour which took us to lots ...