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This half-day tour takes you to the mountains, celebrating the 1984 Winter Olympic Games and their legacy. It starts in the city center, paying visit to the Olympic museum, and continues in the direction of ski slopes, ski jumps and the bob sled.
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Mountain Igman was by far the busiest Olympic mountain of 1984 Winter Olympic Games. It hosted cross-country skiing, Nordic combined, biathlon and ski jumping. The venues were located on two locations: Igman Little Field, where the ski jumps are and Igman Big Field, used for the other three disciplines. Today Igman Mountain is usually less busy than the more popular Bjelasnica, and having fewer cars and restaurants it is often preferred for walking and relaxation.
With its sharp turns and steep slopes Bjelasnica ski slope was a very difficult one to master. In 1984 it was used for only one discipline, men alpine skiing. With two new hotels built specifically for the purpose of the Olympic Games this mountain became not only a spot for sports and recreation but also a place of gathering for actors, musicians and other popular guests.
By far the closest mountain to the city, Trebevic is a perfect spot for an amazing view of the capital. In 1984 socialist Yugoslavia, with its long Adriatic coast, had the southernmost bob-sled track in world. The experts hailed it as “Safe, Quick, and technically interesting and requires extreme concentration and technical knowledge.” Today the Trebevic bob-sled track is a rather famous tourist destination since it is located relatively close to the city and is covered with graffiti. The track is only relatively preserved and is used only for summer trainings.