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Sarajevo: Sarajevo City Market, Old Town Food Tasting Tour

1. Sarajevo: Sarajevo City Market, Old Town Food Tasting Tour

The Ultimate gastro experience is the name of a new tourist route, imagined as a time travel taking you to less or barely known places with the traditional cuisine of our country. The new route takes visitors to places they would not otherwise visit, and in that way, they are presented with where and what the locals buy, what they eat and how they eat every day, and what they prepare for special occasions. During the tour, the guide will also tell you more about the history of the city, but with the focus on the local food and the spots that are not necessarily the main tourist zones, but are close to such zones. So, let your senses follow the Sarajevo menu and tackle them with numerous flavorings. Stops along the tour:• Sarajevo City Market – Enjoy the smell of the market and taste the best dry meat in the country.• Markale Open Market – Fresh fruits and vegetables from the local farmers• Učkur Pita – A unique type of Bosnian traditional pie• Somun tasting – A special Sarajeva bread baked for only 20 seconds.• TipTop – Take a break and drink Boza.• Aščinica Stari Grad – Bey’s soup tasting.• Aščinica – Your senses are going wild when tasting Sarajvski sahan.• Ćevapi – The must have in Sarajevo.• Coffee process making – See how the coffee is processed. • Baklava dućan & Miris Dunja- Taste the famous baklava and end the tour with a cup of Bosnian coffee.

Sarajevo: Grbavica Guided Walking Food Tour

2. Sarajevo: Grbavica Guided Walking Food Tour

Discover the famous local neighborhood of Grbavica in Sarajevo on a guided tour. See where the locals live, work and spend their time. Stop at numerous typical Bosnian restaurants to taste local delicacies and drinks. Enjoy a guided walking tour through the history and mentality of Sarajevo, filled with plenty of typical Bosnian specialties. Learn about the turbulent history of Grbavica, which was not only shelled but occupied by enemy troops during the siege of the city during the 1990s. Learn about the reconstruction efforts of the area after 1996. Uncover a vibrant neighborhood with many restaurants and cafés and small green oasis hidden among the socialist architecture. Sample some Bosnian coffee, rakija, and local craft beer as you discover a lesser-visited area of Sarajevo. Explore the city away from the bustling and more touristic center.

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We just finished our tour with Alem and it was…fantastic. The tour, food, and guide are well worth the very reasonable price and your time. You will eat too much while listening to Alem’s extensive knowledge on all things Sarajevo. Our tour was just us, so we had his full attention as we asked a zillion questions about his city. You will get to try so many variations of Bosnian cuisine—-our favorites being the coffee and the final stop of vegetables stuffed with meat and spices. You will see the goodness of Sarajevo and a make a friend with Alem. Can’t recommend this tour enough! *not the best option for vegetarians. *Lots of walking but at a very reasonable pace and very few steps. (Ok for prams) *Plus you’re allowed to bring what you don’t finish with you for take-away