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“ivo andric”(6 reviews)
“nice place”(4 reviews)
“great idea”(2 reviews)
Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina
+387 66 703 722
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All reviews ivo andric nice place great idea worth a visit director film writer stone town history architecture cafes bosnia bridge project spirit style
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A nice addition to the town of Višegrad. It's mainly a tourist attraction, sort of an artificial city within the city itself. Worth visiting in my opinion, but nothing too special either.

Thank Dario Y
Reviewed 23 September 2018

When you enter Andricgrad, you walk over blinking marble stones. It really feels like Disneyland. It isn't too real...

Thank Esly v
Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

This location is easy to find and to have a rest on your way to Bosnia and Hercegovina.The town is like castle and you have a place to rest and place to have a nice food or go to museum of Nobel writer Ivo Andrić.

Thank miqdejan
Reviewed 30 July 2018

Very nice to spend half of day there! Nice story about Nobel Prize winner from this town and story about old bridge protected by unesco.

Thank georginaj168
Reviewed 19 November 2017 via mobile

It was nice trip with friend.Historical monuments and good food with great hospitality Andric grad and great Drina bridge, best cevapcici.

Thank andjaBelgrade
Reviewed 9 October 2017

This place sucks. It's poorly designed, campy and low quality. The town itself is the site of one mass grave after the other.

2  Thank David_Talleyson
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

Me and my friends were really positively surprised by this small but beautiful and well thought out town in the town. It represents different small buildings of relevant historic periods. In front of every building there is a small cafe or restaurant which are very...More

Thank Eli_765
Reviewed 3 September 2017

Andrićgrad was built by the famous film director Emir Kusturica, paying an homage to important historical figures from modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. Apart from symbolism related to persons of cultural importance, this complex also includes references to Kusturica's creative materials. Andrićgrad...More

1  Thank IgorMarkovic
Reviewed 15 August 2017

It's definietly something you can't see often. A place taken out from a movie with very nice restaurants and delicious cevapi. It's worth to spend there a couple of hours eating, drinking and enjoying spirit of Emir Kusturica.

Thank Dawid L
Reviewed 27 July 2017

Is an interesting place to visit, but a little bit strange, because all building are new and you feel all is artificial, nothing authentic. Is a nice mix of Serb, Byzantine and Turk architecture. Is an new representation of an old town. It worth a...More

Thank airamerica
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