Hotel Hecco Deluxe

Ferhadija 2, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hotel Hecco Deluxe
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European Basketball Championships U16 in August

by maryfromeire

Does anyone know the venue for the European Basketball Championships U16, I know that they will be held in Sarajevo but would like to know the venue if possible. Also any help with hotels/accommodation for two would be great. Many thanks

I do not know exactly where is it

by neodue

But maybe they make it in this Venue.The name of the Venue is ZETRA Olympic Hall in KOSEVO next to the KOSEVO FERHAT ASIMOVIC STADIUM.

Olympic Hall Zetra is an indoor ice hockey arena in Sarajevo, Bosnia. It was built in 1983 and holds 12,000 people. The ice hockey games and the speed skating events from the 1984 Winter Olympics were held at this arena. Until 1991, it had been the venue for several international speed skating events and several speed skating world records were broken here. In 1992, shortly after the beginning of the Bosnian War, it was destroyed by the Serb forces surrounding Sarajevo. After the war it was discovered that the foundations of the badly damaged building were secure, so it was rebuilt from 1997 to 1999 with the help of SFOR. It is now in service for several events. It lies 564 meters (1,850 feet) above sea level.

Before the war the roof was mostly made of copper, this removed in the war to make ammunition material and replaced with tar paper (the reason for its quick incineration). Today its roof is made from plastic designed to look like the original copper-style.

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Travel Tips for Sarajevo

Kosevo stadium

by elsebeth

I was in Sarajevo a couple of years ago, while living in Zenica.
Me and a friend thought it would be great fun to go to see a football match in Sarajevo so we went to see Bosnia- hercegovina- Greece.
We went a long way uphill because the bus couldnt go all the way due to rain and mud. So we had to leave the bus and climb up the muddy hills until we arrived to the stadium. I was covered in mud due to my incapability to stay on my feet.
It was raining the whole match and Bosnia lost !
But it was still a nice experience after all :-)

Another View of the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral

by karenincalifornia

Based on news reports of the events in Sarajevo in 1992-95, it is easy to picture a city divided. On our trip to Sarajevo in 1986, we saw a Serbian Orthodox church next to a Muslim mosque next to a Catholic cathedral next to a Jewish Synagogue. Not divided.


by tomatourist

Unfortunately, they don’t seem to have any videos with subtitles, but if you get a chance to see ANYTHING from Top Lista Nadrealista, do it! Even without being able to understand what they are saying, these guys are amazingly funny. They did great sarcastic humor—kind of like Monty Python—with a political edge. One thing that’s amazing about these guys is that some of their skits seemed to sarcastically portray the Balkan Wars before they happened. They even did a show from Sarajevo while the city was under siege.


by catherineneill

Between 1992 and 1995 during the Bosnian war a tunnel was constructed to get supplies to sarajevo whilst under siege. You can see it for yourself! Bosniaks needed to link the tunnel to NATO forces at the airport for supplies. Its part of the sarajevo museum and i recomend it!!

Dzamija Kralja Fahda

by mikey_e

For those who doubt the true sway of the Saudi government and Saudi donors in the Balkans, I suggest a short trip along tramline 3 to Ilidža. Along the way you will pass the King Fahd Mosque – Džamija Kralja Fahda – a huge structure that is located on the edge of Novi Sarajevo, amongst the apartment blocks and rather ugly Communist-era structures. This mosque doesn’t really correspond to the architecturally pleasing Ottoman structures, which appear to be simple but are even more appealing once you truly investigate the beauty of their detail. I didn’t stop at the Mosque – I just took snap shots from the tramway – so I don’t know what it’s like inside or whether you can visit it if you are not a worshipper. Nevertheless, it is a huge structure that is hard to miss, a sign of who the new greatest Muslim influence in the Balkans is.


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