Avaz Twist Tower

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24a Tešanjska, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
033 281-350

Avaz Twist Tower Sarajevo Reviews

EmEm EmEm
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No need to climb Trebević to see the city from above Jul 15, 2017
The Avaz Twist Tower, the second highest building in the Balkans, is located near the railway station in Sarajevo. The building has 36 floors and it is 176 meters high. After three years of construction, it was opened in May 2009.

The lookout on the top of the tower can be reached by one of five elevators made in Finland, by speed of five meters per second. The entrance fee is symbolic- only 1KM! There are several powerful telescopes, that give a magnificent view of the capital. The view is specially beautiful at sunset during clear and sunny summer days.

Resturant " Elite club 31" is situated at the 31st floor of the Tower. It is a beautiful rotating restaurant with splendid food and excellent service. "Caffe 35" is at the 35 th floor.

If you visit the city on the last Saturday in June or first in July, you can participate in the Avaz Tower Running. Those who want to win money award must be younger than fourty-five. Older persons until the age of fifty-five can participate as recreatives and childeren must be under fourteen. The aim is on the thirty-sixth floor( 150m), where is a viewpoint. The participants must run on their own responsibility all seven hundred and eighty steps.

It is open for visits to the observation decks every day from 9a.m. - 11p.m.
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hightide says:
Congrats on your featured review! It's very detailed and well-deserved :)
Posted on: Jul 22, 2017
Ils1976 says:
Congrats on your feature Em, well deserved as always! :)
Posted on: Jul 22, 2017
BASAIC says:
Congrats on the featured review!
Posted on: Jul 22, 2017
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