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The weather in Sarajevo
The above is a climate diagram for Sarajevo. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 29°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching -4°. The wettest month is January with 20 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 9 rainy days in August, which is the driest month.
Encounter a city steeped in history, with a Sarajevo holiday letting
Discover layer upon layer of history as you walk the streets of Sarajevo - the Ottoman empire, Austro-Hungary, Yugoslavia and the current Bosnia and Herzegovina have all left their unique mark. Explore fine cultural institutions, sample delicious local cuisine, and celebrate at festivals, as you really get to the heart of a fascinating city.
Sarajevo is synonymous with cevapi, a simple but delicious dish consisting of meat balls served with onions in a special kind of bread. Yet, there are many more tempting local dishes to feast on. Across Bascarsija, Sarajevo's old bazaar and historic centre, small and inconspicuous family restaurants offer menus filled with regional delicacies.
For a taste of the Balkan countryside, head to Dveri - their home-made bread and goulash are highly recommended. For sumptuous vegetarian, vegan and seafood dishes, don't miss the meat-free Karuzo restaurant.
Sarajevo's intoxicating blend of Eastern and Central European cultural heritage, and sometime turbulent past, is evident across its excellent museums. Amongst these, the Museum of Sarajevo is worth a visit, housing a fascinating array of artefacts relating to the Austro-Hungarian period.
With its collection of personal belongings, audio and video testimonies, photographs and letters, the War Childhood Museum takes a poignant look at the effects of conflict on children. The Tunnel Museum, meanwhile, stands as a permanent reminder of the Bosnian war, having been used to get vital supplies into the besieged city.
Held over eight days in August, Sarajevo Film Festival is the city's biggest event of the year. Conceived as a form of cultural resistance in the early nineties, the festival grew into the most respected film event in south-eastern Europe.
Gradually, the lively festival expanded, incorporating several music stages and taking over venues across the city. Film lovers and causal cinema goers alike will be won over by the inclusive atmosphere, and exciting programming.
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