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Bascarsija is Sarajevo's old bazaar and the historical and cultural center of the city. Bascarsija was built in the 15th century when Isa-Beg Isakovic founded the town. The word Bascarsija derives from the Turkish language. The word "bas" which is...more
Come early in the morning if you want to experience the streets of the old neighborhood without tourists.
A part of the old town is just food and here you should try the local dishes - my favorites are chevapci and pita.
Another special feature...More
A not-to-be-missed wonderful place, despite its complex history, or maybe because of it. Small enough to see it all, unlike Stanbul, not so off -touristy- road as Bursa or Ankara, although you can feel similar athmosphere. I was more than happy to be finally able...More
Tradition. Culture. The heart of the city Sarajevo. Bascarsija is located on the north bank of the river Miljacka, in the municipality of Stari Grad. If you want to taste a traditional Bosnia and Herzegovina, you must walk through Bascarsija. You must eat and drink...More
Honestly, your trip to Sarajevo must include a visit here. The old town of Sarajevo has become quite touristy, but has preserved the archiecture and culture of its people. Parts of it was destroyed in the war, but has been rebuilt. Take a walk along...More
Your trip is not completed until you visit Baš Ćaršija. Small narrow cobblestone roads, hundreds of shops and restaurants, mosque and list go on. It’s like a spiritual place, probably my favorite place in Sarajevo.