Look for your copy of Sarajevo Navigator’s jubilee edition

The September issue of the monthly city guide, which happens to be its 150th jubilee edition, recommends Sarajevo’s best cultural and entertainment events, attractions, places to go out, restaurants, activities and much, much more….


In the last month of summer, be sure to visit the wonderful protected natural areas in Sarajevo Canton….

Find out why Luke Kasitz, a landscape architect from Philadelphia, calls Sarajevo his heavenly garden; and what Edhem Fočo, Director of the AJB DOC Film Festival and one of the main proponents for the opening of Al Jazeera Balkans, recommends in our city….

Enjoy sweets at the cult sweet shop, Jadranka, which has reopened its doors; and burn off some calories by participating in some of the popular sporting events: the Sarajevo Half Marathon, the Giro di Sarajevo or Skakavac Trail.

If you love old trades, be sure to stop by Konjic and visit the Museum of Woodcarving, a traditional BiH handicraft that has been included on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage, and see the other attractions in this town that joins Bosnia and Herzegovina….

The first issue of Sarajevo Navigator – the bilingual, monthly city guide that has a monthly print run of 10,000 and is available at more than 400 locations throughout Sarajevo – came out in April 2007.

Having distributed more than 1,500,000 copies, the Sarajevo Navigator team will mark this month's issue – number 150 – with “Moje Sarajevo,” an exhibit featuring the best photographs submitted as part of the contest of the same name.

The exhibit will open on September 14 as part of the Summer in the Park – Hastahana, in the Sarajevo neighborhood of Marijin Dvor, and will remain on display until the manifestation closes on September 29.