1. the beauty of the mountains surrounding the city
2. a cafe called Miris Dunja (in a small street near the Gazi Mosque)
3. a walkable city
4. looking down on the city from the Yellow Bastion
5. the animated life, the gossiping retirees, giant chess boards in the squares
6. at the Latin Bridge, see the site of the 1914 assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, heir presumptive to the Austro-Hungarian throne, that to World War I.
7. The locals are very kind, helpful and willing to talk about the nineties.
8. In a less touristy part of the Old Town, my favorite street (uphill in the direction of the Yellow Bastion)
9. A divine, fresh, warm burek at Edin Bakery (Mula Mustafe Bašeskije 69)
10. a cafe called Miris Dunja (in a small street near the Gazi Mosque) and an early 20th century milieu in The Zlatna Ribica (Golden Fish) cafe
1. The air is quite smoggy (Sarajevo is the most polluted capital of Europe!)
2. Too many pigeons in the main square of the old town (what can I do? I don't like them in such quantity)
3. This Turkish-Balkan-type of sweets are too sweet for me
4. Sad to see the ruined bobsleigh runway of the 1984 Winter Olympics
5. Unfortunately, smoking is not restricted in restaurants, cafes (by the way all men smoke in this city
6. Some of the trams are very junk.
7. few parking places in the city
8. Indifferent, gloomy waiters (there are exceptions)
9. The view from the Azar Twist Tower was not interesting
10. We were mugged and the police reacted totally neglectful.
11 .Depressing to see those graveyards with plenty of snow-white (Muslim) tombstones
11. The grey housing blocks on the west side of the city
12. The water of the river Bosna is dirty, full of garbage, ugly color, and smelly in summer (fecal odor?)