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Jun. 16 - Jun. 17
Very clean and comfortable place with a full kitchen downstairs and free tea and coffee all day. Location is at the top of a hill very close to the Stari Most but in a really quite area. They accept credit card and euros as well. About 15 minute walk from the bus/train station.
Jun. 30 - Jul. 1
Pros: + Nice hotel & nice rooms + Nice pool & but only two steam rooms (Finish and Turkish) + Friendly staff Cons: - Does not meet a standard to be a 5 star hotel. - Not a lot of food to choose for breakfast. - No “livecooking” at breakfast, which is a must for a 5 star hotel. - Cold frankfurters ...
Bosnia and Herzegovina, often referred to simply as "Bosnia," has one of the richest cultural histories of any place on the planet. Archeologists have found bracelets, ax heads, and other implements in the region that date back to Neolithic times.
In antiquity, the region was known as Illyria. In medieval times, Bosnia and Herzegovina was one of the few regions that owed subservience to neither the Kingdom of Hungary or the Byzantine Empire. It was an independent kingdom until its conquest by the Ottoman Turks in the 14th century. For the next 700 years, Bosnia and Herzegovina's history, like much of the Balkans, was one of almost continuous strife, but in the 21st century Bosnia and Herzegovina is emerging as a strong player in the world's economy and a tourism destination that combines fascinating history with access to great natural beauty.
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