Vilsonovo šetalište is a popular promenade and park located in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. It stretches along the Miljacka River and offers scenic views of the city and surrounding mountains.
The promenade is named after former US President Woodrow Wilson, who supported the independence of Yugoslavia after World War I. Along the promenade, there are many cafes, restaurants, and souvenir shops, as well as historic buildings such as the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, especially during the warmer months.
The street along the very bank of Miljacka is closed to traffic every day after 5 p.m. and becomes a real promenade along the river.The traffic ban also applies to weekend days, so you can enjoy a walk in the beautiful surroundings and the shade of linden and chestnut trees.It protects you from the heat in the summer and the wind in the winter, although if you're hiking with a baby, a cap is a must because it will blow sometimes.Enjoyment is guaranteed.Spring, summer or autumn, it doesn't matter.And the winter, cold and long, becomes less difficult when walking along the New Year's lights decorated Wison promenade.
A nice road by the river surrounded with trees, restaurants bars and cafe shopsGood for riding bicycle running and walkingThey close the road to car traffic after 16.00 h. Or 17.00 and on weekends no carsSo its safe for kidsI would suggest cafe bar TITOIts a good place for kids on summer spring seasons and they have a small open air museum regarding civil warThey don't serve food but you can order from other restaurants or bring food with you