Omladinski Film Festival


19 - 26 Juli

The atmosphere during the Festival and the safety of our guests is imperative to us. Although our team works constantly throughout the year and during the Festival itself to make all the details as perfect as your experience, and in addition to the fact that we are always available, we recommend that this page be a source of information in case of emergency or any other regular information during your stay in Sarajevo.

Service Info


Main BUS Station / Intercity and International Lines

Sarajevo Police Department


Pharmacies 24/7




Novo Sarajevo


The currency in BiH is the convertible mark, KM. Payment in EURO currency is not possible. You can exchange EURO, dollars, pounds, yen and other currencies in banks and exchange offices located all over the city. Banks are open from 09:00 to 18:00 on weekdays and on Saturdays from 09:00 to 13:00. During the summer, certain banks work until 8 pm. Payment is possible at 90% of locations, catering facilities and service shops with credit and debit cards.

Sarajevo, host city

Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located on the Miljacka River, a right tributary of the Bosna River, in the eastern part of the Sarajevo-Zenica valley. Sarajevo is located in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. It includes several relief types: a plain in the southwestern part of the city, slightly hilly land, and high mountainous areas. Altitude ranges from close to 500 meters in the center of Sarajevo to more than 2000 meters in the eastern part of the city. The climate in Sarajevo varies from temperate continental to harsh mountain. The average annual temperature is 9.5 ° C, and the average rainfall is about 900 mm. The warmest month is August, and the coldest is January. The highest precipitation is in September, while the lowest is in March. The lowest recorded temperature is -26.4 ° C (January 24, 1942), and the highest is 40 ° C (August 19, 1946).