Sarajevo In Brief

Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and serves as its administrative, economic, university and cultural center. The largest area of town lies at the foot of Mt. Trebević and the Miljacka River flows through the city. More

Services

Money and Exchange Offices

The BAM, or Convertible Mark, is the only currency that can be used in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You can exchange money at exchange offices, banks or post offices. More

Tax Free Shopping

After leaving BiH customs, foreign nationals are entitled to a refund of any value added tax (VAT). More

Emergency Services

Sarajevo’s ambulance, police, fire and mountain rescue services are well equipped and have extensive experience in handling emergency responses. More

Useful Phone Numbers

While visiting a new destination, it is useful to know telephone numbers of institutions where one can seek help for any eventuality. More

Embassies & Consulates

As the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo has many embassies and consulates, which foreign citizens can contact, should they require any assistance. More

Recommended Accommodation

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Špajz

Špajz

Vrbanja 1 (Sarajevo City Centar - Floor -1)