So, I arrived in Sarajevo during the low tourist season but I loved it. After a visit to the Historical Museum and after walking around the city for a couple of hours upon arrival, I felt I had a good background to meet Neno with the next day for a walking tour. Of course, the fact that the tour was free, was a major incentive for me to contact Neno, but because his tour was so fantastic, I tipped him as much as I would have paid on another city tour. He told me that no one else had signed up for the day I had requested to do the tour, but he was still willing to meet me anyway, which I thought was awesome! We met at the normal meeting point on a rainy, cold morning but Neno arrived enthusiastic and keen to tell me about his city's tragic, extensive yet fascinating history. Neno went really in depth but in an easy to understand manner when talking about the history of Sarajevo throughout time. I was happy to have a bit of knowledge from the museum so that I could ask questions and comment on some of the things he told me about but then there were many things, like about the Yugo cars, that were light-hearted and not something you'd just come across when researching Sarajevo and Bosnia-Herzegovina. I was also happy to have been a risk-taker in trying Bosnian Coffee with Neno, in a cute gazebo-like coffee shop by the Latin Bridge, as I loved it and I'm not a coffee drinker! He even treated me to my first coffee and when I asked about more Bosnian food, he took me to a local favourite pie (or burek) shop when our tour was finished. I could go on and on but by judging by what's already written by other reviewers, Neno's fantastic, extremely knowledgeable and a must meet person if you're in Sarajevo! :)
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