Even though it is one of the less visually striking bridges in Sarajevo it is one of the most important bridges in Europe. Not because its architectural value but because it was the place where Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was killed. This event would become casus belli of World War 1st.
It is the ancient Turkish neighbourhood of Sarajevo, ever since its creation it has been the cultural and commercial centre of the city, where many cultures, ethnic groups and religions coexists in harmony. At the centre of the square is located the Sebilj Brunnen fountain. It is just 500 m away from the hotel.
The best restaurants of the city are located near the hotel. Make the most of the opportunity and surprise yourself with the traditional Bosnian gastronomy, give yourself the pleasure of tasting the delicious desserts, dishes and the characteristic Bosnian coffee. Some remarkable restaurants are Dženita, Barhana, Nanina Kuhinja, all of them are less than 15 min away walking from the hotel.
Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque
Is the biggest mosque of Bosnia and one of the most characteristic ottoman constructions in the Balkans.
Church of the Holy Archangels Miguel and Gabriel
Also known as the Old Orthodox Church, is a Serbian orthodox church.
It is the only functional synagogue in Sarajevo these days; it also operates as a Jewish museum.
Is an old ottoman lodge located in Baščaršija, the only one that remains operative in Sarajevo.
Clock Tower of Sarajevo
It is believed that it is the last remaining public lunar clock in the world, a caretaker adjust the clock twice a week.
Also known as yellow fortress, is a cannon fortress, built in 1727 as part of the fort of the “Walled City of Vratnik” in order to defend the city.
Is the colloquial name given to Zmaja od Bosne Street and Mesa Selimovic Boulevad during the Yugoslav wars.