- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHalvat Guesthouse Sarajevo
This may not be the easiest place to find, even with a GPS. But it's worth the effort because it's just a few minutes walk from the major sights and good restaurants. The staff was very helpful and arranged a taxi to take us to a super restaurant for a memorable dinner.
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... at the bottom there was a massive thunderstorm rolling up the valley so we beat a hasty retreat to the shack where we drank home made rakija, ate goulash and enjoyed the amazing view. On our last full day we had organised to hike to Bosnias highest and most remote village. However, the rain decided to set in over night and the next day so it was cancelled to our great disappointment so instead we went to the Srebrenica exhibition, which was an ...
... through the tunnel – water, electricity, gas, food, medicine and weapons. The tunnel became the symbol of the defenceless people´s resistance toward one of the greatest armies in Europe. Today it is possible to see around 25 meters of the tunnel which is situated under the house of the Kolar family that actually runs the museum. They were owners of the house before the war, during the war until these days so their own memories represent valuable contribution to ...
... still littered with bullet holes and buildings with patched up bullet holes. We were dropped off at our hostel and those who had paid more for extra rooms were lead to their accommodation by a lady who did not speak English. No worries, we dropped the first couple off 25m away from the hostel and she beckoned us. We were told it was just around the corner, make it 10 corners past the church, across another road, down some dark lane and ...
... morning, including the main mosque, the Catholic cathedral, the spot where Archiduke Ferdinand was assassinated in 1914, and various spots marked on the pavement and walls to commemorate people who were killed during the siege from 1992-1995. Right after that, a bunch of us took another 3-hour tour called Times of Misfortune, that focused on that most recent war. A van took us around various parts of the ...
... had a beer. Sarajevska is locally brewed, our later guide Mohammed saying its quality has diminished with a recent change in ownership. Better than the Serbian offering but not high marks overall. Mobile phones should be banned on trips, losers Gavin and Bozo Ben ignorantly on them. Bozo Ben was asking Zsolt about our departure time from Sarajevo three days away: dumb de dumb dumb.
Went to a bridge over the barely running Miljacka River where we met the very affable ...