The tours (especially war tours) are really done in the interesting way with these guys. We did the Sarajevo War Tunnel Tour, which was really interesting with quite a lot to see. An interesting detail was a video they play in the car on the ride towards the tunnel so it enables you to see some interesting streets and corners in Sarajevo during the siege.
A handful of rooms tucked behind the tourist agency in the old town square of the Turkish quarter, this place is small enough to feel like you're joining a family for a few days.
The war tour the hostel operates is a must (if not to be taken with a pinch of salt) and helps you truly understand the importance of the place.
The setting of the hostel is great, with a bakery next door and the markets and cafes sprawling off the square all close by.
The guests enrich themselves during the day and enjoy themselves in the evening - the hill behind the hostel, where the final scene of ‘Welcome to Sarajevo’ was filmed is a great spot for some alfresco rakia drinking.
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