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With its stunning natural setting, culturally diverse - and, at times, turbulent - history, and modern vibrancy, Sarajevo is a busy city which now actively welcomes visitors to its eclectic streets. The Islamic, Orthodox, Catholic and Judaic influences and religious traditions live on side by side here, in the formerly contested capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina set against the misty backdrop of the Dinaric Alps.
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Bascarsija

Sarajevo's historic downtown area, the Bascarsija, is a must-visit maze of winding alleys and wooden shop fronts. It contains some of the city's finest architectural monuments, along with a multitude of traditional cafés with outdoor seating. Look out for bargains on copper ware.
Adresse: Bascarsija, Sarajevo
Sarajevo

Tunnel Museum

The Sarajevo tunnel was constructed by the citizens during the siege that took place between 1992 and 1995. Serbian forces had entirely cut off the city and this tunnel served as a link between the neighbourhoods Dobrinja and Butmir. This enabled food and aid to come in, and people to get out.
Adresse: Tuneli 1, Donji Kotorac 34, Ilidža
Telefon: +387 33 213 760
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-4pm
Transport: Tram to Ilidza
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Vrelo Bosne

Vrelo Bosne means "spring of Bosna", which gestures towards the location of this park. With its 270 km, River Bosna is the third largest river in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vrelo Bosne is one of the country’s top natural landmarks and offers a stunning landscape perfect for trekking and relaxation.
Adresse: Vrelo Bosne, Sarajevo
Transport: Tram to Ilidza
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National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Museum is a multi-discipline scientific and cultural institution, home to the 14th-century Jewish Haggadah - a handwritten, illuminated manuscript of the text of the Passover Haggadah. 34 pages of bleached calfskin illustrate key scenes in the Bible, from the creation to the death of Moses.
Adresse: 3 Zmaja od Bosne, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 668 027
Åpningstider: Tue-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat-Sun 10am-2pm
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Sarajevo’s Religious Sites

The city is famous for its religious diversity, with adherents of Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Islam and Judaism coexisting here for centuries. This is why Sarajevo is at times referred to as "Jerusalem of the Balkans", or "Jerusalem of Europe". Mosques, synagogues and cathedrals crowd the city.
Adresse: Bascarsija, Sarajevo
Transport: Tram to Bascarsija Fountain
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Austro-Hungarian Sarajevo

The Austro-Hungarian Empire was a monarchic union that existed for 51 years and dissolved in 1918. The realm included Bosnia and Herzegovina, along with several other European countries. Explore the city’s Austro-Hungarian heritage, including the Presidential Palace and the Town Hall.
Adresse: Ferhadija Street, Sarajevo
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Gallery 11/07/95

This compact gallery packs the stories of hundreds of broken lives, detailing the narratives of Srebrenica massacre victims via photographs and documentary movies. To fully grasp the scale of the little-known disaster that shook the country, make time for a visit (audio guide recommended).
Adresse: Trg fra Grge Martica 2/III, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 953-170
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-10pm
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Latin Bridge

The bridge itself might not be the city's main landmark, but the events that unfolded here almost a century ago in 1914 led to the beginning of WWI. See the exact location where Franz Ferdinand (the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne) and his wife Sofia were assassinated on that decisive day.
Adresse: Obala Kulina Bana, Sarajevo
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Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque

The Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque is a religious monument still in operation, located in the heart of Sarajevo's historic Bascarsija district. The building is a fine example of Ottoman architecture, and its well-kept courtyard is an inviting oasis of tranquility in the city's busy historic center.
Adresse: Saraci 8, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 573 151
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Sarajevo Brewery (Sarajevska Pivara)

The brewery, which dates back to 1854, is claimed to be the first establishment to start industrial production of beer in Sarajevo. Visit the museum or arrange a tour of the brewery (pre-booking required, minimum group size - 15 people), and conclude the visit at the Pivara's very own restaurant.
Adresse: 15 Franjevacka, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 571 800
Sarajevo

Svrzo House

To gain better understanding of old Bosnian lifestyles, visit the beautifully preserved, authentic home-turned-museum Svrzo House. The house gives visitors a good understanding of what a typical Muslim home in the area could have looked like in the late 18th-early 19th centuries.
Adresse: Glodina 8, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 475 740
Åpningstider: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-3pm
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Žuta Tabija (Yellow Fortress)

The bastion itself might not be much to look at, but the views that open up beneath are some of the best one can get. Take the walk uphill from Sarajevo's historic old town, passing the sobering cemeteries to those who fell in the Bosnian War, and reach the sole open-air café with unbeatable vistas.
Adresse: Žuta Tabija, Sarajevo
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Sebilj Brunnen (Fountain)

The fountain is a landmark of the old city, with life always bustling around - during the month of Ramadan, until as late as 2am. Travelers wandering around the old town are likely to stumble upon it at some point or another. Water from the fountain is drinkable.
Adresse: Bascarsija Square, Sarajevo
Sarajevo

Mount Trebević

Mount Trebević offers great hiking trails, climbing opportunities and a beautiful lookout for a stunning view over Sarajevo. To spend time in nature and find that perfect secluded spot for a picnic or relaxation, grab your bag and hiking boots and head for an adventure on Mount Trebević.
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Inat Kuca

Inat Kuca is a longstanding (since 1998) traditional restaurant housed in a historical building across the bridge from the Old Town Hall. Try the bosanski lonac, a hearty lamb and vegetable stew, or other Bosnian specialties off the extensive menu. Traditional music (sevdalinka) is played.
Adresse: Veliki Alifakovac 1, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 447 867
Transport: Tram to Bascarsija fountain
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Apetit Restaurant

It is this restaurant's personal approach that leaves patrons coming back for more - the open kitchen makes for direct contact with the chef, who recreates the menu daily based on the availability of fresh ingredients. Choose from a set menu or let yourself be surprised by the chef.
Adresse: Josipa Stadlera 6, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 62 868 131
Åpningstider: Mon-Sat 11am-10pm
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Cakum Pakum

Walking into this cosy restaurant feels like entering a vintage shop - the place is full of antiques, old leather suitcases and various retro-looking knick-knacks. Superb International cuisine is severed amongst these relics, with an emphasis on Italian dishes.
Adresse: Kaptol 10, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 61 955 310
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Mala Kuhinja

The tiny restaurant operates on a rather unusual basis - there are no menus, but rather a conversation with the waiter about your individual preferences, likes and dislikes. This is followed by a suggestion from the staff, and locally-sourced food is prepared in an open kitchen before your eyes.
Adresse: Tina Ujevica 13, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 61 144 741
Åpningstider: Mon-Sat 10am-11pm
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Buregdzinica Bosna

Burek is a must-try local fast food, and this easy-to-locate establishment arguably serves up some of the best in town. Select your stuffing of choice (whether meat, cheese or vegetables is up to you) and order yogurt to serve as dip on the side.
Adresse: Bravadžiluk, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33538426
Åpningstider: Daily 8am-11pm
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Bazeni

Tucked away yet in the heart of it all, Bazeni is a family-run restaurant with a truly unusual and unique setting by the water, overlooking the old town. Prices are incredibly low for the quality of food served. One would be hard-pressed to find a better lunch location around.
Adresse: Bentbasa bb, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 232-290
Åpningstider: Daily 8am-midnight
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Dveri

This is a traditional Bosnian restaurant with rather unique rustic interior and beautifully prepared food. The portions are large and the service is friendly and warm. Serves breakfast, and a variety of menu options for lunch and dinner. An extensive list of local wines is available to guests.
Adresse: Prote Bakovića 12, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 537 020
Åpningstider: Daily 8am–11pm
Transport: Tram to Bascarsija fountain
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Vinoteka

Vinoteka offers beautifully presented Italian dishes from a rather innovative menu. Expect steaks and seafood in abundance. Meals are served inside an authentic wine cellar, and al fresco dining is made possible on the enclosed veranda during the summer months.
Adresse: Skenderija 12, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 214 996
Åpningstider: Closed on Sundays
Transport: Tram to Skenderija
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Palma

Palma was the very first privately owned pastry shop, and has survived the war of the 90’s. Today the company is rather large, with 50 employees and more than 600 seats at the spacious venue. Hot and cold beverages, biscuits, cakes and breakfast and much more is served here.
Adresse: Porodice Ribar 5, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 714 700
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Rahatlook

This small café is located close to the city centre. Its atmosphere is warm, friendly and cosy and it is well-visited by both locals and tourists. Revel in their home made cakes and juices and imbibe the calm feeling of this place. Food is served as well.
Adresse: Ferhadija 41, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 921 461
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Cevabdzinica Zeljo

Despite its very basic menu and plain interior, this centrally located eatery is constantly buzzing with guests - the Bosnian "cevapi" sausages served here rank amongst the finest in the entire capital, and the grilled bread that comes on the side complements the meal nicely.
Adresse: Kundurdziluk 19, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 447 000
Åpningstider: Daily 8am-11pm
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Galatasaray

For a substantial mid-day meal, head to the centrally located Galatasaray for some local fast food. The cevapi and burek served here are consistently high quality, and if you're looking to familiarize yourself with local cuisine, this would be a good place to start.
Adresse: Gazi Husrev Begova 44, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 535-446
Åpningstider: Daily 8am-11pm
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Opera

This is a great place to go, whether you want a crazy night on the town, or just feel like relaxing with a few drinks. Some nights they also provide live music acts of different kind.
Adresse: Branilaca Sarajeva 25, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 83 16 47
Sarajevo

City Pub

City Pub is a popular, centrally located busy bar and live music venue hosting bands playing jazz, blues and rock. Here guests can enjoy a fun night with friends and beer (try the draughts, or one of the many international beers). It is well-visited by with locals as well as tourists.
Adresse: Hadži-Ristićeva bb, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 837 168
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Zlatna Ribica

This bar plays mainly blues and early rock’n’roll, which contributes to the fun and friendly atmosphere. The interior is cluttered but impressive and previous guests also recommend a visit to the bathroom, whether you have to go or not, it is said to be something special.
Adresse: Kaptol 5 Baščaršija, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 215 369
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Cinemas Sloga

This club goes under the name Sloga and this is Sarajevo’s premier live rock club. It has been around for many decades and is still popular among both young and old. Mondays are Latino dancing nights, but the party ends early (unlike on prime clubbing nights of Friday and Saturday).
Adresse: Mehmeda Spahe 20, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 218 811
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Hacienda

This Mexican-themed venue is an original in Sarajevo, with Latin music and cocktails such as Caipirinhas, Mojitos and Margaritas. Enjoy the Latino rhythms and the - occasional - live show of local music. The establishment is a restaurant cum bar; Mexican cuisine served.
Adresse: Bazardzani 1, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 44 19 18
Sarajevo

Cafe Barometar

When you step into this café you will first be struck by its industrial design. During day time this is a perfect spot for a good cup of coffee and in the evening you can join the crowd and come here for drinks and cocktails. At night this café turns into one of the most trendy bars in town.
Adresse: Branilaca Sarajeva 23, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 61 131 552
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Bambus Lounge Club

This stylish nightlife venue is one of the top choices for a night out on the town, and is a place consistently buzzing with locals one night after another. Live music is frequently played at night, interchanged with DJs spinning the latest local chart hits. Wine and cocktails top the drink menu.
Adresse: Ferhadija, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 62726031
Sarajevo

Que Pasa

A very busy bar and Mexican restaurant (food here is appraised), Que Pasa is most known for its cocktails - try some of their lush creations garnished generously with fresh fruit. In- and outdoor seating is available, and summer nights tend to get rowdy.
Adresse: Dzidzikovac 6, Sarajevo
Telefon: + 387 62726031
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Kino Bosna

Housed inside an old refurbished film theatre, Kino Bosna is a unique venue that gathers a diverse local crowd. The interior still contains reminders of its cinematic purpose, including movie theatre row seats in the back. Live music is played on Mondays and Saturdays.
Adresse: Alipasina 19, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 62 475 903
Sarajevo

Bascarsija

If you’re looking for handcrafted gifts, markets or antiquities then make a beeline for the Bascarsija area. Among its myriad of winding alleys and wooden shop fronts you’ll find an array of beautifully crafted goods at amazing prices. Metal utensils are a focal point.
Adresse: Bascarsija, Sarajevo
Sarajevo

Pijaca Markale

What once was the scene of a deadly attack (the market was targeted during the Siege of Sarajevo) now functions as a fruit and vegetable market. The horrendous events of the past are still commemorated in the back wall of the market and serve as reminder of Sarajevo's turbulent past.
Adresse: Mula Mustafa Baseskije, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 214954
Sarajevo

City Center

The newest addition to the Sarajevo shopping scene, the City Center Mall is a bright and shiny modern shopping mall with a large variety of shops and boutiques (local and international) contained inside. There are quite a few restaurants and cafés spread throughout.
Adresse: Vrbanja 1, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 62992492
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Gazi-Husrev Beg's Bezistan

Housed inside a beautiful, centuries-old stone building, Gazi-Husrev Beg's Bezistan is a market that sells a variety of different goods with an emphasis on jewelry and leather items. Apart from those one will find clothing, accessories, and local souvenirs.
Adresse: Gazi Husrev-Begova Street, Sarajevo
Sarajevo

Ferhadija Pedestrian Street

Walk along Ferhadija Street, the part of Sarajevo that still preserves some Austro-Hungarian heritage in its architecture. Lined with shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafés, the street is both a busy modern shopping area that flows organically from the old part of town into the new.
Adresse: Ferhadija Street, Sarajevo
Sarajevo

Baklava Shop

A sweet contested by several countries (Bosnia being only one of those laying claim to its creation), baklava is a pastry made with filo dough, drenched in honey syrup and often containing nuts. Choose from multiple varieties on sale - boxes make for perfect gifts.
Adresse: Ćurčiluk veliki 56, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 61 965 580
Åpningstider: Mon-Sun 8am-11pm
Sarajevo

Špajz

Špajz is a store that gathers items made by small producers from all over the country. It's specialty is organic, additive-free and eco-friendly merchandise. Some items on sale include edibles (produce, honey and cheeses), herbal products (teas and cosmetics) and souvenirs.
Adresse: Koševo 28, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 941 403
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-6pm
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Kalajdzisalihovic Design

If it’s a pair of Turkish-style slippers or mules is what you’re looking for, then try Ahmed Kalajdzisalihovic’s design shop. This establishment's business dates back to 1822, and its beautifully adorned footwear is nowadays exported throughout Europe.
Adresse: Saraci Street 15, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 62 983 652
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-9pm
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Sarajevo International Airport

The international airport lies 12 km from central Sarajevo, and the way to get to and from the airport is by pre-arranged hotel bus, minibus or taxi. The taxi stand is located near Terminal B. Journey time is approximately 20 minutes. It is possible to reach the city by public transport - a bus and trolleybus runs to and from the are of Dobrinja next to the airport. Exact schedules are, however, not available. Travellers are advised to enquire with the airport Information Desk.
Adresse: Kurta Schorka 36, Sarajevo
Telefon: +3873 3289 100
Sarajevo

Public Transport

Even if Sarajevo is a walkable city there are a lot of different kinds of public transport to choose from: trams, buses, trolley bus and mini buses. The Sarajevo tram system is an excellent way of getting around town. Trams run along the main East-West Rd (Marsala Tita) and circle the Old Town. The tram system also runs as far out as the suburb of Ilidza. The bus number 31E is the most efficient service and runs throughout the city every half hour until midnight. For travelling in the inner city of Sarajevo, trams, trolleys and buses are the best choice. If you want to go up in the hills or reach a specific destination a bit further out, the mini buses are recommended. You can buy tickets in kiosks or from the driver. When travelling on trams you have to validate the ticket in a machine on board the tram. When you buy the ticket from the driver he validates it for you. A single ticket is valid for one journey and doesn't have a time limit. There is also a daily ticket that is valid on all kinds of public transport (except bus line 31E).
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Taxi

You find taxi stands all over the city and you can hail one from the street. There are a lot of different taxi companies and some drivers overcharge when they notice you are a tourist. To avoid that, always check that the driver starts the meter before departure. Sarajevo Taxi +387 33 660 666 Žuti Taxi +387 33 663 555 Boss Taxi +387 33 531 200
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Post

Stamps can only be bought at post offices. The main post office in Sarajevo is also a tourist sight that shouldn't be missed. The beautiful building dates back to the early 20th century. You find it at:
Adresse: Put života bb, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 723 401
Åpningstider: Daily 7am-8pm
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Pharmacy

In such a big city as Sarajevo there are plenty of pharmacies and they are easy to find. If you have to ask around, ask for 'apoteka'. There are a couple of them that are open 24 hours and one of them is Pharmacy Baščaršija:
Adresse: Obala Kulina bana 14, Sarajevo
Telefon: +387 33 272 300
Sarajevo

Telephone

Country code: +387 Area code: (0)33
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Electricity

220 V, 50 Hz

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