This one-room exhibition examines the city's Austro-Hungarian–era history and the infamous 1914 assassination of Franz Ferdinand that...
Wide range of tours in and beyond Sarajevo. Popular daily offerings include the two-hour Tunnel Tour (€15, 2pm) and excellent three-hour...
Ottoman governor Gazi-Husrevbey funded a series of splendid 16th-century buildings of which this mosque forms the greatest centrepiece....
The not-quite Mexican food could be spicier. Not so the ambience which by 2am has often morphed this cane-ceilinged cantina into one of...
To Be or Not to Be
Arched metal shutters creak open to reveal a tiny two-table room lovably decorated in traditional Bosnian style. Try the daring,...
Latin Bridge information
Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie paused at the National Library (then the town hall) on that fateful day in 1914. Despite an earlier unsuccessful assassination attempt that day, they rode west along the riverside in an open car to the Latin Bridge. It was here that Gavrilo Princip stepped forward to fire his pistol, killing them both and sparking off war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Thanks to a series of European alliances, this escalated into WWI.