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

    ... success. And so we resorted to ready cash the last of our local currency and left some items behind. Returning to the hotel we followed a slightly different path. To appreciate this city one must look beyond the graffiti which covers most walls and the functional but not aesthetic buildings of Communist time. It's grandeur really is in the remaining Hapsburg architecture scattered throughout. Although we passed a number of small cafes and bars none were terribly inviting. The menu was ...

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

    A travel blog entry by tessvines on May 13, 2015

    9 photos

    ... under siege and the use of humour as a healing tool not only after the war, but also during. She ended with a story of how upset she was that, when the schools reopened, she had to miss the first 2 days of class because the roads remained too dangerous. It wasn't the snipers that upset her, it was the fact that when she came to class on the third day they were already up to the letter 'C', with her having missed the lessons on 'A' and 'B'. And then there was a long bus ride to ...

    This Isn't Switzerland...

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Sep 08, 2014

    7 photos

    We often say that someone couldn't get lost in Switzerland if they tried. The country is so efficient, well-signed, and easy to get around for locals and tourists. What we've discovered along the way (and it makes sense of course) is the more tourists in an area, the easier it is for tourists to be there. There are information booths, English speakers, signs, and much more that a tourist would need. Yet, the opposite is true for countries that aren't ...

    Bosnia and Serbia do alright

    A travel blog entry by anonymoussteve on Sep 07, 2014

    3 photos

    ... and hurry off to the bus, about twenty minutes late by the time I get there. I can see her from down the road, not a worry in the world, sitting on the bus chatting away.

    I apologise to Leon, I hate being late, he tells me not to worry as I was only one minute later than someone else anyway. I tell Eduardo why I was late and he teases Victoria, she finally clicks and apologises, giggling away. Easy for some, if I'd done the same thing no doubt I'd have been scolded, I can't be ...

    Cornflakes for breakfast

    A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Aug 18, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the bus dropped us at the side of the road and drove off - brilliant. Joined by 3 other backpackers we walked to a nearby hotel and called a taxi - a rare luxury! On arriving at the hostel we slept on the sofas for a couple of hours, wrapped in towels of course, and then headed out to find breakfast.

    Parts of Sarajevo reminded me of Kotor with the little cobbled streets and old wooden buildings but on a much bigger scale. The older parts ...