This Sarajevo City Guide will guide you through the capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina with a sad and intriguing history. An upcoming city with cobbled streets, coffee places and typical snacks. This city guide will highlight my must sees, favorite restaurants and bars. Sarajevo was one of the places part of my 6-week Balkan Trip. Read about the full itinerary here.
A restaurant that successfully mixed international and Bosnian food. We went here more than once.
A crazy bar with a vintage interior. The image reflects the bar perfectly and this place really can’t be missed when visiting Sarajevo.
One of my personal favourites. A great wine bar with good wines, a nice terrace area and amazing charcuterie plates.
A nice bar where you can sit in the open window, drink a cheap beer and enjoy a relaxed vibe. The bar is closely located to the main square in the city.
A little bit further out of town, but a bar dedicated to Tito. A nice open space to enjoy your afternoon.
We stayed at Hotel Residence in Sarajevo. The location was ideal, as it was close to everything. It was a simple accommodation with a two-person bedroom. Fair enough, but I would not per se recommend it.