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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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... English so we held the English menu next to the Bosnian one so he could count how many lines down our items were. That night, there came the thunderous roar of nationalist anthems pounding our walls from a car below as the restaurant also serves as a night club. Women in fur coats emerged from the backs of black taxis, their windows tinted obsidian. If this place wasn't run by the mafia, BiH hoteliers are in a class all their own! We slept like kittens with full bellies and ...
... This park still survives because it was near the British Consulate.
We asked our hotel receptionist for meal ideas. We wanted something served to the natives at local restaurants. So, with directions in hand, we walked to a prescribed eatery. Once there, our waiter was given the hand written food order. It was great tasting ...
... conflict, get more involved and reveal the actual causes of the Bosnian war and understand them well.
Also I shouldnīt forget to mention that we passed by Ali Pashina Mosque. Some people say itīs the most beautiful and the most harmonious mosque in the city of Sarajevo. It was built in 1560.
It was 15.00 and we were starving so we decided to buy two pieces of “burek” – one with meat and potatoes and the other one with kajmak ...
... are beautiful. It is mind blowing to think how many of these hidden cultural cities exist in Europe and in particular in these unexplored, historical lands of the Balkans. I'm convinced that I could have spent the whole trip traveling and discovering these beautiful hidden towns. The bus to Croatia left Thursday noon, and a couple of hours later I would find myself enjoying the amazing scenic views of the Adriatic Sea coastline, but that will be a different story. For ...
... many of them marked by bullet holes, a testament to the not-so-distant past. We also passed the spot where long ago, an Austrian Archduke was assassinated -- you may have heard of him.
The National Museum, built in the 19th century, is a lovely building. On the front lawn, there are some beautiful tombstones, called stecci, originally from various locations in the countryside.
Apart from liking museums ...