We really liked the place, sebil (the fountain), mosques and markets. Bullet holes remain on walls, reminding the dirty war.
Just take a stroll from the catholic catedral direction Bascarsija and enjoy what Sarajevo is, a place where all cultures have left their mark. The aromas of grilled meats - cevapcici, sweet shops, tipical bosnian pies "pita", a must is the butter icecream at the Egipt shop.You will find the latest fashion everywhere, but all the hand made articles you... More
Beautiful to walk around, authentic architecture from Ottoman times; great photo opportunities. Lots of great small shops with friendly people, nice souvenir shops with hand made products (although no bargaining like in Turkish shops); nice small on-the-go places to eat – Turkish deli shops, Bosnian kebabs. Best to visit in the summer, especially during the Sarajevo Film Festival when city... More
this was a get away place. the shopping, the gelato, restaurants in the area and just the relaxed mode took us away and provided many a beautiful night.
Baščaršija is an old Sarajevan market-place, historical and cultural centre of Sarajevo city. Baščaršija was built in 15th century. Baščaršija is an old Sarajevan market-place, historical and cultural centre of Sarajevo city. Baščaršija was built in 15th century. Imperial mosque, Gazi Husref beys mosque complex (Mosque, Khanikah, Ezantash, Fountain, Clock tower, Gazi Husref beys bezistan, Madrassa, public bathroom, public kitchen,... More
I was in Bosnia earlier this year beautiful place to visit but if you are there please visit Srebrenica's memorial center "Potocari" . Bjelasnica ,Trebevic ,Jahorina are amazing mountains all Green clean air beatiful history of Ottoman empire .I plan to visit again since it was in National Geographic Magazine must visit places for 2014 so see you Bosnia in... More
(ba-sahr-shi-ya) If you have days or hours to spend here it will be time well spent. With cafes and boutiques and little flashbacks into history, there is something for everyone. Sarajevo is an amazing little city. I say little because it is, I say amazing because it is! Wear comfy shoes, sneakers, not just flats, unless you are capable of... More
My favorite Bosnian dishes were Cevapi (small sausages made of lamb and beef served with warm, freshly made Bosnian bread, a type of thick pita, and chopped raw onions); Burek – a meat-filled flaky pastry, Sirnica: same pastry filled with cottage cheese, zelijanica is pastry with spinach and cheese. These are known as Bosnian pies. I traveled for a month... More
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