Not too much going on in Goražde but it's a pretty cool place to visit if you want some peace and quiet. But if you really are interested in Goražde there's a really good book by Joe Socco I believe...it's a bit graphic and sad I must warn you.
It's a little bar type place next to a food place. I don't remember much about it.. but I can vouch for the beer and the interesting characters around the bar. I have actually stayed with the brother and sister of the owner, whom I didn't meet before that day - and whose kindness reinforced my experience of Bosnian people being very nice to guests/
Favorite Dish: They have good beer - if you ever there, try Sarajevsko Pivo.
The famous restaurant in Gorazde town is Pelam’s place located in town center. Austrian stile restaurant with great history, visited form Newsmagazine TIME journalists and recognized from them like one excellent restaurant in Bosnia
Favorite Dish: Fish
Buses from and only from Sarajevo. The trip takes up to 2 and half hour and goes usually the spectacular road Sarajevo-Srbinje. Do not sleep on the bus, look at beautiful views!
Ticket costs 12,50 KM (Nov. 2000).
The bus station in Gorazde is on the other side of the river and not all buses go there! Rest of themm, as well as local buses to neighbouring villages, stop in the centre, but the timetable is a joke. Generally - a pretty difficult place to leave. The last bus leaves for Sarajevo about 3 p.m.
This is a bridge by the river. Actually a very busy place during the summer b/c everyone is out swimming and tanning, laying out. It can get pretty crowded.
Favorite thing: If you're gonna stay in Goražde the cheapest thing to do is rent a room with one of the locals. Believe me it'll save you money.
Favorite thing: Goražde is actually a really small town that most think of it as a village. It's a small farming community.
Favorite thing: Go in summertime, bring beech kits, take children with you, prepare for swimming, canoeing, sunbathing, pleasant nights by the river, nice food and friendly locals!