Nice bar for tourists for a quick coffe, but not for a longer stay, if you stop there, try some of local sweets with turkish coffe.
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This is a must see and taste in Sarajevo. The coffee is served with love( Sevdah). You can listen to old traditional Bosnijan love songs and see the exhibition of contemporary artists
This is a great coffee house hidden in the old town of Sarajevo, great Bosnian coffee with a great atmosphere. Best place for a traditional Bosnian coffee
This is a jewel in old town Sarajevo. The coffee house is set around an outdoor courtyard. You can order delicious Bosnian coffee as well as traditional fruit drinks. Little known is the museum of sevdah accessed just inside the door to the left. It features artists of traditional town music of Bosnia and Herzegovina, sevdah. You'll see photos and... More
This place has an aura of the Bosnian coffee drinking ceremony, complemented by the sounds of Sevdah music. On certain nights, you can even enjoy live sevdah music inside. I love going here for a homemade juice, or savoury buckwheat doughnuts (ustipci) for lunch. I also suggest you try the Tufahija cake here, since it is the best in town!
I went upon a recommendation from a tour guide. I was happy that I did. It is located in a traditional courtyard setting with a great ambiance. I wanted to try Bosnian coffee and a traditional sweet called tufahija. It is an apple stuffed with walnuts and honey topped with cream. The coffee was a bit strong for me. The... More
The curse of bars and restaurants too well located: there's no need to make an effort in the menu and kitchen. However bad decorated this place is, there's a fountain in the middle of the patio which makes the air fresh and pleasant for some rest after walking under the summer sun.
Well I was expecting something nice, interesting full of music but in the end the experience is well there is no experience. The place with some pictures and exhibits and that it is. At the entrance basically no one sad welcome or hello. We just paid the entrance fee and saw the TV video movie and walked theiugh the museum... More
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