SN: Witch part of Sarajevo has marked your growing up?
Amar Osim: That is definitely Grbavica.
Muhamed Alaim: Mejtaš and the school-yard of Silvije Strahimir Kranjčević elementary school. These places marked my childhood, and perhaps the best part of my life.
SN: Which season is a best fit for Sarajevo?
Amar Osim: Winter, when the first snow makes everything pure white.
Muhamed Alaim: Spring.
SN: Favorite / most beautiful buildings in Sarajevo?
Muhamed Alaim: The building in which I reside.
SN: Favorite restaurant in Sarajevo?
Amar Osim: Ćevabdžinica Željo, of course (laughs). Also, restaurant Ruža and Magarac Tavern...
Muhamed Alaim: I'm not a gourmand, but a place where I enjoy eating is restaurant Cappuccino at Grbavica.
SN: What is your favorite place for coffee?
Amar Osim: Tuborg Café at Hrasno.
Muhamed Alaim: Café Bugatti at Mejtaš.
SN: Favorite Sarajevo festival.
Amar Osim: I no longer have time to follow festivals. When I had the time, I used to frequent MESS, Sarajevo Winter and Baščaršija Nights Festival, but I do not seem to have time for anything anymore.
Muhamed Alaim: Actually, I do not like crowds. I am a family man and I like to take my wife and children and go somewhere where there are no crowds.
SN: What part of town offers the best view on Sarajevo?
Amar Osim: The best view can be seen from the new Avaz Tower. For now that is the highest point in town.
Muhamed Alaim: I have two or three places where I go and that offer a good view. I love to go to Park Prinčeva restaurant, which offers a great view, on the Nahorevska Hills from where you can see the whole city, and to Zmajevac from where you can see as far as Ilidža.
SN: A tourist has arrived to Sarajevo for only one day. What should this visitor see and where should he go to get to know the city?
Amar Osim: He should sit down and eat something at Baščaršija, and then slowly walk to the beginning of Titova street. That should be enough to see what the city is like.