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Entertainment & Nightlife in Bosnia Herzegovina


Bosnia & Herzegovina has a healthy drinking culture, and loud, affable, friendly behaviour is the norm. Particularly since the war, this is a city that has been it, seen it and done it, so there is nothing you can do that has not been done or seen before.

City streets in the main cities are lined with cafe/bars, open till late every night. Young people in Bosnia like to go out to have lengthy chats and watch people walking by as they drink coffee.

Places to Unwind

Bosnia & Herzegovina's nightlife, particularly in Sarajevo, is widely reputed to be excellent. In the capital, the cosmopolitan atmosphere is tangible. The city apparently has more cafes per capita than any other European city and a relaxed cafe culture is prominent. There are many opportunities for nightlife activities, from cinemas and clubs to opera and theatre performance. There are also frequent festivals, showcasing such popular pastimes as jazz and film.

Sarajevo has hundreds of café/bars, some with live music, others with DJ's, rock music, and a lovely one in the middle of the Turkish quarter which has a huge aviary as its centrepiece. Stroll around and discover some new places for yourself.

Sarajevo is very see-and-be-seen, busy, and the city's notoriously beautiful womenfolk dress accordingly. A handy rule-of-thumb is to assume that a waiter will find you almost as soon as you arrive in an establishment; hence, you do not order your drinks at the bar.

In Banja Luka, highly recommended places to unwind are, KIC on Milana Rakica Street, Vienna, on the main street, and Kastel, within the grounds of the city's medieval castle. There is even a Hard Rock Café in Banja Luka.





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