Tourists who intend to spend a few days in Sarajevo, accommodation in a number of hostels will pay 15 - 60 KM. However, the tourism board say that, according to their data, their work reported only four hostels.
Ivo Andric (October 9, 1892 – March 13, 1975) was a Bosnia and Herzegovina novelist, short story writer, and the 1961 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature with book Na Drini cuprija (The Bridge on the Drina). Andric was born on October 9, 1892, to a Catholic family of Bosnian Croats in the village of Dolac near Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then part of the Ottoman Empire, under control of Austria-Hungary. Ivo Andric received in 1961 the Nobel Prize in literature for the book The Bridge on the Drina, where the author describes the life of this region in which East and West have for centuries clashed with their interests and influences, a region whose population is composed of different nationalities and religions. His native house in Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been transformed into a Museum and is open for visiting.