Radon Plaza Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Dzemala Bijedia 185, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples76
  • Solo66
  • Business59

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Forum Posts

early morning flight

by marcopolo58

Will be flying out of sarajevo in august on an early flight. is there a bus from the city to the airport and if so does it start early. Or are taxis available early and do you know how much to the airport.
Thanks in advance

Re: early morning flight

by petersnice

I'm not sure about buses to Sarajevo airport, I've always used taxis. I've flown frequently out of Sarajevo at around 7AM, means I had to leave city center by 5:30 or so.
There's taxis waiting outside various night spots (clubs, casinos etc) but I prefered to order one to pick me up - no problem with that at any time of day. I can pass you few phone numbers if you'd like to.

Taxi to the airport should cost you around 8 or 10 euros or so.

Travel Tips for Sarajevo

Mosques of the old town

by HORSCHECK

Sarajevo's historic old town Bascarsija was founded by Ottomans in the 14/15th century. It is dominated by the minarets of several mosques.

One of the most picturesques of these is the Bascarsija Mosque (Bascarsija dzamija), which was constructed by Havedza Durak in 1528. The colourful souvenir stands and the green trees just in front of the mosque make it a perfect photo shot. The mosque stands at the south eastern end of the Bascarsija square.

The Muslihudina Cekrekcije Mosque is one of the oldest mosques in the old town, as it was built in 1526. A few small shops are directly attached to the building. It can be found just across the street at the northen end of the Bascarsija square.

With a dome of 24,4 m in height the Gazi Husrev-Bey Mosque is the biggest mosque of the old town. It was finished in 1530 after two years of construction. It is located just next to the Clock Tower in the centre of the old town.

srpsko sarajevo/serbian sarajevo

by elsebeth

My friend lived in this part of the town, whch isnt very nice.
I just notice that in this area they are building new churches like they in the muslim part of town are building mosques. So in the middle of nowhere there is this new church, so i had to take a picture of it.

Sarajevo Survival Guide

by sabsi

Before you go if possible try to get hold of a copy of the "Sarajevo Survival Guide", a book which was written between April 1992 and April 1993 (or then read the excerps on the URL listed below).

It is written as if being a travel guide but it's a travel guide to the besieged city of Sarajevo, including tips on where to get wood, water, food; recipes on how to cook something out of nothing, an insight on how much daily life things cost on the black market.... simply how to survive the Siege of Sarajevo!

Here's one of my favourite parts:

Climate
Sarajevo's climate is very continental, with a short hot summer, when the nights are still cold due to the constant breeze coming from the surrounding mountains. Winters are rich with snow, from November until April. Snow has been recorded in August and in June--a fact which can be found in old Sarajevo chronicles. War so far hasn't changed the climate. The moon is still shining, the sun rises, rain falls, and it snows, too.

It's a fantastic read! A perfect mixture of humour and tragedy! I had been searching for the book before I went but only found used copies for a lot of money on Amazon. In Sarajevo I found a copy in the great bookshop/cafe called "Buybook" for 23 KM, was happy about my find and read the whole book in one evening.

Travel Guides - Bosnia and Herzegovina

by HORSCHECK

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a rapidly developing country, therefore an up to date guide book for independent travellers is highly recommended.

I must admit that it was quite difficult to find any guide books about the country. As Mostar is a very popular day trip destination from the Croatian cost, it is sometimes even covered in books about Southern Croatia.

In our accomodation in Sarajevo we found the Bradt travel guide - Bosnia and Herzegovina which covers all sorts of information from historical background and descriptions of the sights to practical information about public transportation, accomodation and restaurants.

Also before the trip I read a lot in the German travel guide Trescher - Bosnien Herzegowina entdecken which has very detailed background infos about all sights. Unfortunately, this guide is not available in English.

Bradt Travel Guides:
http://www.bradt-travelguides.com/

Trescher Verlag:
http://www.trescherverlag.de/

Monument to Sarajevo Police

by mikey_e

Here in the shade of a large tree, off to the side of the Trg oslobodjenja, there is a small but interesting monument dedicated to the police force of the capital of the newly independent Bosnia and Hercegovina. It is interesting because of the shape – a fleur de lis, which is effectively the traditional symbol of the Bosanjacki population (sort of like the cross with the fours S of the Serbs). It is interesting because this was evidently erected by the city’s Muslim population, but is in memory of the police force that defended the city and kept order during the siege, and presumably not 100% of the police were of pure Muslim origin.

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