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Grbavica, Novo Sarajevo – najzanimljivije aktivnosti

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park
“Beautiful walking alley, closed for motor vehicles every work day after 5pm and every weekend.”
Preporučuje 16 lokalaca
Restoran
“Restaurant is newly renovated and very modern. It has also a nice patio for nice summer days.”
Preporučuje 5 lokalaca
Soccer Stadium
“ The football stadium has terraces close to the pitch and it is the home of FK Željezničar. The stadium has a capacity to hold about 16,100 spectators, with officially 8,898 places that are seated. ”
Preporučuje 7 lokalaca
Route
“ The most popular walking avenue in the center of Sarajevo is Wilson's Promenade, which stretches along the Miljacka River, from the Suada and Olga Bridge to the Elektroprivreda building and the bridge on Topal Osman Paše Street. Wilson’s Promenade was laid out during the Austro-Hungarian period, when it was called Kalajeva Promenada, after Benjamin Kalaj, who served as both Minister of Finance for the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and as an administrator of Bosnia and Herzegovina. After the break-up of the K. und K. Monarchy and the establishment of the Kingdom of SHS, Kalajeva Promenada was renamed Vilsonovo Šetalište, after U.S. President, Thomas Woodrow Wilson. It was a major turning point in the First World War when he declared war on the Central Powers in 1917. During the Nazi-Ustaša occupation (1941-1945), this promenade was named Musolinijevo Šetalište, after the Italian fascist leader. After the war, it was again renamed Vilsonovo and then Omladinsko Šetalište in 1960. The name, Vilsonovo Šetalište, was again reinstated for this attractive walking area in 1993. What really makes this promenade a green oasis in the center of Sarajevo is the fact that it is lined on both sides with thick rows of linden trees, which were planted at the beginning of the 20th century. The road that runs along the promenade is closed to traffic every weekday after 5:00 p.m., as well as on weekends and holidays. There are a few spots along the promenade that have exercise equipment, plus, there is a fenced-in play area for youngsters. There are several cafes and eateries located along Vilsonovo and their outdoor gardens are popular outing spots during the summer months in Sarajevo.”
Preporučuje 10 lokalaca
Kafić
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“Palma has been open for many years and is something of a local institution. Makeing the best cakes for more than over 30 years.”
Preporučuje 5 lokalaca
Grocery or Supermarket
“Beautiful farmer's market, with rich selection of local fruits, nuts, vegetables, meet, and poultry.”
Preporučuju 3 lokalca
Kafić
“During a day great small coffee shop that transforms during the night into excellent place to visit.”
Preporučuju 2 lokalca
Lodging
Preporučuje 1 lokalac
Pekarnica
Preporučuje 1 lokalac
Trgovački centar
“Not really nice but very close to the appartment and all the daily needs there”
Preporučuju 2 lokalca
Grocery or Supermarket
Kafić
Preporučuju 2 lokalca
Restoran
“one of my favorite, just few tables. delicious beefsteak. before meal try travarica (bosnian snaps from herbs). good tomato soup, pasta ... pizza ... highly recommended. ”
Preporučuju 2 lokalca
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