We (family of five, from Budapest, 2 of our children are over 18) spent 2 days in Armin's old house, that is an old Bosnian family house, built by Armin's great-grandparents, situated in a narrow street, climbing up the hill, close to the Bascarcia, 5-10 minutes walk from the Latin bridge. It is clean, comfortable and very romantic with its upper floor, little old windows, lovely view to the roofs, hills and minarets around, and its cozy courtyard.
When we arrived, Armin offered us original Bosnian home-made rose-juice. We were talking like friends soon; he was an intelligent, kind and helpful host, having created for us a homely atmosphere for the days of our stay in Sarajevo.
We loved the bakeries of Bistrik street, mainly the ( fresh, warm) savory croissants -- in the morning, at night -- they are open until 10 pm.
The only problem we had was the too short time we spent there (on our way to Croatia, Peljesac). Sarajevo deserves a week at least. We shall return (in the autumn or spring) and should like to stay at Armin again.More