A cozy, fully equipped 70m2 apt. in a pleasant residential area, located in the city's Old Town district, near Sacred Heart Cathedral which is the largestbcathedral in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also, near is public transport, a lot of shops, coffee shops & restaurants. …see more
The location is ideal as you are in the heart of the Old town-Bascarsija, street Telali, so that everything is within easy reach.
The apartment is perfect for 2-4 (2 double beds) but 5th person can sleep on the sofa bed (living room) The area is well connected to the rest of the city by trams and buses. We can organise transfers too.
The location is ideal as you are close to the city center (less than 200 m) so that everything is within easy reach, but you are also not right in the middle of the hustle and bustle. The apt is perfect for 2 but 3rd persons can sleep on the sofa bed (living room). The area is well connected to the rest of the city by trams and buses, but we can organize transfers too. …see more
A cozy, fully equipped 50m2 apartment in the center of town, on the 1st floor. The apt. consists of a living room (where two people can sleep on a sofa bed), bedroom (double bed), kitchen with dining area, bathroom and balcony.
Cable TV & wireless broadband internet. …see more
Boracko lake, beautiful nature, ecological food, natural elements, adventure, rafting, hiking, comfortable, biking, hospitality, small scale, luxurious, authentic, historical, calm, neretva river, quiet, unique, adventurous, hidden
A hidden pearl in Europa you definitely need to see! …see more
Beautiful weekend house with an amazing view of Sarajevo. Just 15 minutes away from the city center, yet the nature looks like miles away from civilization. Fresh mountain air, clear skies, forest and birds singing are one of the main characteristics of the place. 50m away from the house is a mountain restaurant, where you can enjoy the local meals and a beautiful view. …see more
Muzej Tunel spasa, Sarajevski Hipodrom, Apatments …see more
Bosnia Herzegovina is a meeting point for East and West, and has been fought over for centuries. In recent years the region has managed to put its troubles into the past, and has opened its doors to visitors. For a city break, Sarajevo’s Old Town has one of the most charming markets, and Mostar’s Stari Most or Old Bridge is a beautiful piece of Ottoman architecture. The country has a great seaside resort – Neum – and there’s great hiking in the Alps. The Jahorina Mountains once hosted the Winter Olympics and now offer wonderful, inexpensive skiing.