It is often so that life keeps bringing us back to cities closest to our hearts. Of all the ex-Yugoslavian capitals, Sarajevo is the one that keeps impressing me every time I return. Last summer, 2012, we decided to spend an extended weekend there. We didnt expect finding a place to stay being close to mission impossible in the Bajram time. Hostel Markale in the city center, next to Markale market gave us more than we hoped for. Clean and airy rooms, hot water and clean bathrooms, kitchen with all its needed appliances... On top of it, on Bajram morning we were pleasantly surprised with a box of freshly made baklava with a lovely inscription from the owner.
Highly recommended to all who appreciate peace, having a car in a safe parking and all the comfort of a newly furnished hostel. Big thanks to Adnan and greetings from Slovenia.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Guest house Markale offers inexpensive but pleasant and tidy accommodation at the very center of Sarajevo, closely surrounded by the most interesting sites in the city. Fully equipped shared kitchen and dinning room available to all guests. There are two types of rooms, 3 rooms with private bathroom and 4 rooms with two shared bathrooms. On your request, additional one or two beds can be placed in all our rooms for 3 or 4 people in one room. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Guest House Markale Sarajevo, Europe