GRBAVICA FOOD TOUR
Hardly any other district in Sarajevo has such a turbulent history as Grbavica. The predominantly military neighbourhood was occupied during the Bosnian War – a siege within a siege, so to speak – and was left in ruins at the end of the war. Slowly, the inhabitants of Grbavica rebuilt their neighbourhood – and today it is a lively, sought-after district with numerous restaurants, cafés and parks.
Tourists don’t stray here very often, but Grbavica’s delicious delicacies and socialist-brutalist architecture are waiting to be discovered, and a walk through this part of the city gives an insight into how people live today.
On this culinary journey, you’ll learn a lot about the siege of the city, but also about the will of the people to revive their Sarajevo. You will taste local Bosnian specialities and have the opportunity to get to know the people of this city up close!