Wilson’s promenade is one of the most beautiful ones in Sarajevo. It spreads along the river Miljacka for about 2 kilometers. During the weekends and every working day after 17:00, the whole area is blocked for traffic and opened for pedestrians and cyclists. Since Sarajevo doesn’t have an official bike lane, this area is among the few which is relatively acceptable for city bicycles.
It’s really beautiful during all seasons. In summer I like to take a walk with friends in the late afternoon when it’s not so hot, take a break in one of the cafés along the way (like Tito café) enjoy the sunset and relax. It’s actually one of the rare places in the city with such a rich line of trees, which is especially beautiful in the autumn time with all the vibrant colors.
I often take a walk there. Often I decide to go home on foot and Wilsonovo is always a great path. Sometimes when I drive to the center in the early morning through Wilsonovo, seeing all these early birds walking their dogs, jogging and riding bicycles, always makes me think how great it is to have something like this in the city.