Cozy room Baščaršija-Sarajevo (Parking Included!)
House, Private room - SJJ, Bosnia and Herzegovina
we would be delighted if you choose our room for your vacation. This little piece of nature is located in the heart of the old city of Sarajevo. The nature that surrounds the house gives it a special charm and calm. It's far away from city noise but at the same time so close to discover all the beauty of the city - visit museums, go shopping or enjoy night life.
We wish you a warm welcome and we are sure your stay with us will be both enjoyable and comfortable enough that you'll wish to come back one day.
Room is located only 600 meters from the famous Baščaršija surrounded by a garden and trees.
Room has free WiFi, air-conditioning, heating, LCD TV, minibar, safe, fire protection and modern furniture. A private bathroom includes a shower, hairdryer.PS4 free on request.
Many famous restaurants, bars and shops are 10 minutes walk away from the house. The nearest grocery store is only a few meters.
Public transport is only 10 minutes walk away. Sarajevo International Airport is 10 km away.
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo is the country’s administrative, economic, cultural, education and sport center. The City of Sarajevo is divided into four municipalities: Stari Grad, Centar, Novo Sarajevo and Novi Grad.
Sarajevo is located in the Sarajevo Field, surrounded by the Olympic mountains: Bjelasnica, Igman, Jahorina and Trebevic. The average land elevation of the city is 500 m above sea level.
Most of the Sarajevo’s tourist attractions are located in the Old Town known as Bascarsija spreading towards the city centre easily reachable on foot and well connected to other parts of the city and to the surrounding mountains and other natural and cultural sites by public transportation.
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Area: 141,5 km²
Altitude: 500 m above sea level
Climate: Mild continental climate
Population: cca 438.000 citizens (291.000 citizens in four City of Sarajevo municipalities; 2013)
Population ethnic diversity: Bosniaks, Croats, Serbs, Jews and other ethnic groups
Time Zone – European Time Zone (GMT +1)
Power Supply – The electric supply is 220V with 50Hz frequency
Water – It is safe to drink tap water in Sarajevo
Procedures at both the borders and the airport are standardized and uncomplicated. Valid passport is required. EU, American and Canadian citizens do not require a visa to enter the country. Most other nations do need a visa, and getting one is possible through the Bosnian embassies in your respective countries.
Here you can find their addresses and contact numbers.
Officially, people who enter the country as a visitor need to register themselves with the police within 24 hours after their arrival in the country. If you enter Bosnia and Herzegovina by car, you will have to buy vehicle insurance at the border. You do not need this insurance if you have a green card that covers Bosnia and Herzegovina.
For more information on visas visit www.mvp.gov.ba.
Local currency is Convertible Mark - international abbreviation is BAM, i.e. KM is used locally (1.95KM=1€).
Catering establishments, shops, shopping malls and travel agencies in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina cannot accept EURO payments since October 1st, 2010. Foreign currencies should be exchanged to the official local currency Convertible Mark (BAM or KM).
-Coins: 5 ,10, 20 and 50 pfennig; 1, 2 i 5 KM
- Banknotes: 10, 20, 50, 100 i 200 KM
Postal services are provided by the state-owned company JP BH Posta d.o.o.., which has post outlets all over the city: (www.bhp.ba/en/)
Telephone service – Telephone cards for the public pay phones are available at all newsstands and post offices.
Mobile telephone service – The following three operators provide mobile telephone service in Sarajevo: BH Mobile (061, 062), Eronet (063) and m:tel (065, 066).
Internet – Internet connections and wi-fi are available in most hotels and cafés throughout the city.
Monday-Friday: 8.30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Main Post office:
Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
Grocery Stores and Shopping Mall:
Daily: 8 a.m.-10/11 p.m.
Daily: 7 a.m.-4/5 p.m.
Public holidays (non-working days)
January 1 and 2 – New Year
March 1 – Independence Day
May 1 and 2 – International Labor Day
November 25 – National Day
During these holidays, only 24-hour stores and institutes are open. Citizens do not to work on religious holidays in accordance with their beliefs.
IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Area code + 387 33
Clinic Center of the University of Sarajevo, (www.kcus.ba), Bolnička 25, 29 70 00, 29 80 00
General Hospital "Prim. dr. Abdulah Nakaš”, Kranjčevićeva 12, 28 51 00
Dental Clinic, Bolnička 4a, 21 42 49
24-hour Pharmacy BAŠČARŠIJA, Obala Kulina bana 40, 27 23 00, 27 23 01
24-hour Pharmacy NOVO SARAJEVO, Zmaja od Bosne 51, 71 38 30, 71 38 31
24-hour Pharmacy DOBRINJA, Salke Lagumdžije 15, 76 63 80
24-hour Pharmacy ILIDŽA, Emira Bogunića Čarlija 15, 76 21 80
24-hour Pharmacy MARIJIN DVOR, Maršala Tita 1, 55 21 30
24-hour Pharmacy ILIJAŠ, Hašima Spahića bb, 42 88 10
24-hour Pharmacy HADŽIĆI, Hadželi 76, 42 82 20
24-hour Pharmacy VOGOŠĆA, Igmanska 56, 42 42 50
Mountain Rescue 061 29 94 43; 061 27 28 83
Rescue Club 2000, 24 12 62; 061 91 19 11
BIHAMK – Road Assistance 28 21 21; 1282; (www.bihamk.ba)
Telephone Information 1182; (www.bhtelecom.ba )
International Airport Sarajevo 28 91 00
Bus Station Sarajevo 21 31 00/21 30 10; (www.centrotrans.com)
Bus Station Lukavica +387 57 31 73 77
Railway Station Sarajevo 65 53 30
Žuti/Yellow Taxi 66 35 55
Sarajevo Taxi 1515
Crveni/Red Taxi 76 06 00
Samir & Emir Taxi 1516
Holand Taxi 080020234
you must pay the tourist tax as follows:
- persons under 12 years of age Free
- persons under 26 years of age 1.00 KM
- persons over 26 years of age 2.00 KM
|Space offered||Private room|
|Bed type||Real bed|
- Air conditioning
- Panoramic view
- Free parking
- Smoking allowed
- Cable TV
- Hair dryer