Comfortable, well-maintained, and a nice common room with plenty of free wireless Internet throughout the building, the Hostel City Center is just that – located in a central part of town. (Though to be fair Sarajevo is small enough that pretty much everything is close to the center of town.) There is a very basic toast, jam, and cereal breakfast served in the mornings, along with an ample supply of tea and coffee. Bring your own food if you’re like me and need a proper breakfast in the mornings; there is a grocery store on the corner near by about 40 meters away to the left as you walk outside. There aren’t lockers in the rooms but wooden closets that can be locked provided you bring your own lock. Rooms are accessible with key cards and inexpensive enough during low season that you can book a double private as a single room (as I did).
It’s also worth mentioning that there are a number of tours offered and working with Hostel City Center. I took the Tunnel Tour and it was well worth the money.
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- Category: Budget
- Dorms Available? Yes
- Private Rooms? Yes
- Breakfast? Yes; toast, jam, cereal, tea, coffee
- Free Wireless? Yes, in the common room and extends to most rooms as well
- Quality of Wireless: Decent
- Airport Pickup: No
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