Hotel Belvedere

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Visnjik 2, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Forum Posts

Newcomer in Sarajevo

by Jelich

Hi. Very soon I move to Sarajevo for six months, and I was wondering if its possible for a foreigner to join a local amateur football club, and maybe some locals can recommend some specific clubs? Since I am on my own for half a year I think joining a football club might be a good chance to meet local sarajevans..

Re: Newcomer in Sarajevo

by bobbymg

Howdy Jelich
dobro dosao u Sarajevo.
really it depends which area you ll be living and which club you want to join??!!
there is Bosniacs clubs,Croats and Serbian( i put them on ABC order!!).
last time i was in Sarajevo i stayed for 2 month in the old city and never felt alone
enjoy your stay and please have some chevapcici for me
CHEERS

Re: Newcomer in Sarajevo

by Jelich

Thank you for your reply! I am quite sure my new appartment is placed in the Kovaci area, near Bascarsija... You know any clubs close to that area?

Additionally, can anyone explain me the cheapest way to Zagreb from Sarajevo? And how long is a bus trip between these two capitals?

Have a nice day!

Re: Newcomer in Sarajevo

by KristaB

A bus ride between Zagreb and Sarajevo takes about 9 hours. Croatia Airlines might have reasonable prices on specific dates and off season, check their online booking.

Re: Newcomer in Sarajevo

by bobbymg

Howdy there Jelich
iam sure you ll have a great time in Sarajevo
please check up this link
http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Bosnia_and_Herzegovina/Sarajevo-359732/Sports_Travel-Sarajevo-BR-1.html

the bus ride ll be long,better if you have a stop over in Mostar.
if you avoid the buss take the Adriatic highway,the trip ll be shorter
CHEERS

Re: Newcomer in Sarajevo

by Jelich

thanks for your help, I really appreciate it. For me it seems like the clubs which were represented in your link are professional clubs, and Im affraid its far above my current level :) But of course, they might also have an amateur departement, I assume..? Since I do not know much about the local "environment", maybe you could recommend a club, which is preferable for a Scandinavian to join? Please do not get me wrong, but I just have a feeling that serbian clubs are perhaps not so friendly towards westerners - please correct me if im wrong.

Thank for your help so far - I'll buy you a pivo next time you´re in Sarajevo :)

Travel Tips for Sarajevo

Bus

by sazaliy

Hi Mitata,

It's already confirmed that we'll arrive on 24 May 2010 and leave on 26 May 2010. On 25 May 2010 we will visit University of Sarajevo and a school. We are free in the afternoon. Maybe we tour around Sarajevo. I hope you can give us advice.
Thank you.
Hope to see you in Sarajevo.

tq

sazali

Cemeteries of Sarajevo

by HORSCHECK

Already on arrival by plane to Sarajevo I noticed many large cemeteries all around the town:

One of the largest is probably the Kosevo Cemetery Complex which consists of seperate sections for Muslim, Orthodox and Catholic people. Especially in the Muslim part of the cemetery most of the tombstones carry dates between 1992 and 1995. The Kosevo Cemetery is situated in the vicinity of the Asim Ferhatovic Hase Stadium, just 3 km north of the city centre.

A more centrally located cemetery which is mainly dedicated to Muslim soldiers and civilians who died during the recent war is Kovaci Cemetery. Here also the grave of the 1st president of Bosnia and Herzegovina Alija Izetbegovic can be found. The cemetery is situated just a 15 minutes uphill walk north of the old town (Bascarsija).

Trains

by Heniko

There pretty much infrequently running trains. The train station in Sarajevo has to be one of the most deserted buildings in the city. It's the bus all the way.

Eurail passes don't cover Bosnia, but Interrail passes do...you might want to check out the prices on the net.

For more information about the Bosnian rail system itself:
http://www.zbh.com.ba/

GRBAVICA STADIUM

by neodue

The Grbavica stadium is a real football shrine, however Zeljo, throughout it’s history had played home games at different locations. After the second world war, Zeljo has played at the Sixth April stadium which was located at Chenich Vila. This stadium was a host to Zeljo’s games in the ‘46/47 season. During that season, Zeljo was the only club from BiH that played in the 1st Yugoslav League. In 1953, the works at stadium Grbavica were finally completed. The opening game was played on 13th of September and Zeljo won that game against Sibenk (Croatia) 4:1. The stadium was operated and managed by a closely knit group of volunteers from RSD Zeljeznicar. In the very begingin the staudim had a running track, however the track was later on removed. During the ’68 to 76 time period the stadium went thru a series of reconstructions and Zeljeznicar played it’s games at the municipal Koshevo stadium.

During the Serbian attacks on the city of Sarajevo the old wooden part of the stadium went up in flames and was permanently destroyed. The field and the surrounding ares itself were in the middle of the war activities and the whole area was the playground for some of the biggest battles in the city of Sarajevo. After the reintegration of the city, Zeljeznicar regained the control over the stadium and it was officially reopened on the 2nd of May 1996. The opening match was between Zeljo and FK Sarajevo and the game

Minaret and clock tower together

by Dirim

Do you still believe in "Clash of Civilizations"? Do you really think that people from different ethnic, religious backgrounds cannot live together? What do you think they have been doing for 500 years...

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