Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Dr. M. Pintola 23 Ilidza, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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  • Families50
  • Couples40
  • Solo100
  • Business83

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Train to Mostar at Sarajevo stationTrain to Mostar at Sarajevo station

Market Hall (Gradska trznica, Markale)Market Hall (Gradska trznica, Markale)

Inside the National LibraryInside the National Library

Forum Posts

which part of the city to stay

by sadik_akdag

hello,
I am wondering which part of the sarajevo is best part to stay for tourist.
I like to see the history(not the museums but surronding old buildings and stuff)
and I like to be in the center of the coffee and bars.
any suggestion?

by the way we are 3 turkish people.

Re: which part of the city to stay

by iaint

This place is in the right area.

Nice people, nice breakfast & good rooms.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/bed87/57d34/3/

Re: which part of the city to stay

by TheWanderingCamel

I second that - it's in an excellent location, well run and with very friendly owners. It's just a couple of minutes walk to the main square of the old town, the heart of Sarajevo. The city is really very compact, you can walk just about any where but if you want to explore further afield there are trams and taxis just at the end of the street. Do find a little time for the main museum at least,

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/p/m/41297e/

Its survival and restoration is an important part of the city's story.
I'm sure you'll have a great time - Sarajevo's a wonderful city.

Re: which part of the city to stay

by picek

We saw many places to stay in/and around old town, Bascarsija is called. Everything what you like is there, many great little places with coffee and bars as well and good atmosphere.

Re: which part of the city to stay

by stojrma

I strongly recommend the web site http://www.visitsarajevo.ba/sightseeing/sarajevo-first-time/ where youa are really able to find out the most about Sarajevo, especially when it comes to history, attractions, etc.

Travel Tips for Sarajevo

Sarajevo in your pocket

by TheWanderingCamel

There's not much choice when it comes to guidebooks on Bosnia and Hercegovina, and I could find nothing in English that was Sarajevo-specific. We used Tim Clancy's "Bosnia & Sarajevo" (pub: Bradt - latest edition 2007)) which wasn't bad, though it doesn't give opening times and other specifics and has only one, rather inadequate, map of the city included. I wish I had found this free download guide to the city before we set off. Be aware though that Sarajevo is growing fast and changing rapidly and this guide was put out in 2004, so there will be some things that are out of date, as is the case in any guide.

The Tourist Information Office on Zelheni Beretki (the street between pedestrian Ferhadija and riverside Obala Kulina Bala) has a sheet of current opening times for the museums, churches, etc, which is very handy, especially if your time in the city is limited. They also have a nice little booklet titled "A Day Through Sarajevo" which is free, has a basic map (they will sell you a better one) and fairly general information about the main sights. You can book tours here but not accommodation.
If you want to take the siege tour, you should go to see them as soon as you can on your arrival, numbers are limited to 12 and there's only one tour a day. You don't need to take a tour to visit the Tunnel Museum.

traditional bosnian food!

by catherineneill

Don’t forget to eat the traditional Bosnian dishes of cevapi and burek. Cevapi consists of small beef kebabs on some very tasty grilled bread. Burek is filo pastry filled with meat, cheese and potato. Bosnian cuisine is very good and available mainly in the old town.

Cevapcici - the receipe

by FRONA

Yield: serves 2

200 grams (7 ounces) beef
200 grams (7 ounces) lamb
1 tablespoon onion
Olive oil
l cup water
Pepper, paprika, salt
Mince the meat, add the finely cut onion and the spices. While kneading, (mixing) add 1 cup water in small portions. Form thumb-sized rolls and drip oil on them before frying them in a hot pan.

Serve with raw sliced onion, mustard, and green peppers.

FK Sarajevo: The office of the club

by Dirim

Here is the headquarter office of FK Sarajevo.

Sarajevo was the leading team in Bosnia during Yugoslav period having been established in 1946. After the break-up of Yugoslavia they are not the strongest, but one of the good teams. In fact, probably in 2006/2007 season, they will be the champion.

Former sites of Olympic Glory

by mtncorg

The ice skating venue at Skenerija is still being used as is the stadium at Kosevo, slightly north of the town center. This was the sit of opening and closing ceremonies. On the hill to the east, is the large Kosevo University medical schools and hospitals - an easy artillery target during the siege. To the SE of the city, Jahorina is open for skiing - see KristaB's pages for more information here. To the SW, out of town a few miles and also the scene of heavy fighting, are the ski jumping hills at Mt Igman - quickly taking on the air of an ancient Olympic site - and the ski hill at Bjelasnica, where Bill Johnson won his gold medal in the men's downhill. This is another popular ski hill with Sarajevans.

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