Area & Location: Located in the Sarajevo valley of Bosnia proper, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated around the Miljacka River, the city lies close to the center of the triangular Bosnia and Herzegovina in southeastern Europe. Situated at 43º52'0? Latitude North and 18º25'0? Longitude East, Sarajevo covers 142 sq. km. It sits 500m above sea level. The city has a population of 308,558.
Tourist Attractions: The city with much historical importance invites tourists from the entire globe to view the remnants of not only the city but also the country.
Transportation: The well-built roads and highways provide smooth running of vehicles throughout the city. Sarajevo International Airport, which operates all domestic as well as international flights serve the city. Electric tramways, the oldest mode of transportation is yet another transportation facility in the city.
Hotels: Hotels situated in the heart of the city offer various facilities to its guests. These hotels specialize in serving traditional food items according to its customers. Hotel Holiday Inn Sarajevo, Hotel Grand Sarajevo, Hotel Omega Ambasador, Hotel Exclusive, Hotel Alem, Hotel Bosnia, Hotel Saraj, Hotel Palace, Hotel America and Hotel Rimski are the world-class hotels in the city.
Places of Attraction: The city has wide range of diverse culture. Sarajevo is rich in museums. Some of its well-maintained museums are Museum of Sarajevo, the Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art, the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city also hosts the National theatre of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Sarajevo Youth Theatre. People from far and wide gather in the city to view the Sarajevo Film Festival, the premier film festivals in the Balkans, which was established in 1995.