TripAdvisor Reviews Ada Hotel Bihac
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... Greek "tragos" (male goat). Similarly, the name
of the neighbouring island of Bua comes from the Greek "voua" (herd of
cattle). The sudden prosperity of Salona deprived Trogir of its importance. During the migration of Slavs the citizens of the destroyed Salona escaped to Trogir. ...
The hotel had a great restaurant, so we started the day with freshly baked breads and freshly squeezed juices. We got back on the road, our first stop was Karlovač, the home of Karlovacko beer and known as the city of parks. Our next stop was Slunj, it is famous for it's little waterfalls and corn mills. It was pretty little town in a small valley, and had a small castle near by. We finally arrived at Plitvice Lakes. I had been looking forward to visiting here since ...
... the whole thing in about 5 and a half
hours. The scenery was breathtaking, and the walk, though strenuous at times,
was great fun. Due to limited public transport we had to cut it short to be
able to get back to the campsite in time for dinner. A great way to unwind
after the previous cities alcohol binge, and to reconnect with nature and
greenery after countless days in capital cities! And with that it is time to
start heading north again, to Hungary!
... but we still stopped at a few coastal towns (Zadar & Trogir) on the way for some sightseeing en route to our final destination, the city of Spilt. Here the sun finally broke through the clouds as we explored the maze of streets inside the walls of Diocletian's Palace, which is the heart of the city. Inside the palace is a public square in front of a massive church. Here we found a big party, with groups of men singing and drinking to some wonderful music. We soon ...
... had three days in Sarajevo. The first day we spent getting acquainted with the history of the place, firstly at the war museum, and then doing a walking tour of the old town. The war museum was pretty full on, displaying photos and exhibitions on the war. The walking tour took us to many of the historical sights of the town, and we saw the Sarajevo Roses (shell holes filled with resin to represent the blood spilled by the attacks). We also saw the bridge where Austrian leader ...