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- 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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... caged deer, pheasants, rabbits, birds, fish of all kinds. The grounds were pretty and led to the on-site restaurant overlooking the Vrbas River. Guys in designer suits driving black BMWs, Audis, and Mercedes, roamed the place. They had the best food we had tasted in two months and great local red wine. Bosnian restaurants serve red wine chilled. We never thought we would like it but we've taken quite a liking to cold red wine! The server was super friendly and didn't speak a ...
... for about 6 months. Then the terrain changed again and for the next hour we were riding across a wide plain of agricultural country between two ranges of mountains and dotted with farms and villages. We passed hundreds and hundreds of empty and ruined houses and one sizeable ghost village, abandoned during the ethnic cleansing when the Serbs were either killed or fled. Many of the houses show signs of ...
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Friday 23 May 2014 was a very intense and forceful day. Before arriving in Sarajevo, Darlene did her usual thorough research and discovered a "tunnel tour." I said, "Sure" and she booked it. It turned out to be more than a tunnel tour.
... country so we intentionally ran out of the money. The driver said we could give him EUR 1; however, we had only EUR 5 (one banknote). Finally we had to look for an exchange office and get the local currency (again!) in exchange for EUR 5. By the way the local currency is called Serbian Dinar (EUR 1 = RSD 114). Unfortunately they didnīt let us exchange less just to get the exact amount we needed to pay for our bags. After considering different options (and confusing more ...
... Sarajevo is great.
To conclude my first day, i went to the city center, the turkish "Bascarcija".
For the second day, a little bit of rain but no worry i have my umbrella :) The 10th of august, I went on a war tour with "Sarajevo Funky Tours". It was a perfect tour, no doubt about it. First of all, Skender took us to the "War Tunnel Museum", and while driving he was telling us facts about the civil war. Skender is very ...