Such hustle and bustle. Very active hub with shops, restaurants and shops. We felt very safe and it was exciting
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Sarajevo's old town is the closest I have seen to a Muslim town in Europe (with the exception of Istanbul). Many shops display their wares of copper, jewelry, tourist souvenirs and others. There are plenty of restaurants where you can chose from local specialties. Although...More
Lots of pigeons and people. This is a water fountain dating back to the 1700's, I believe. Located in the beautiful Bascrasija area (Old Town).
Walking around Sarajevo and learning more about the former war in Yugoslavia was both interesting and humbling. An important part of modern European history. But this monument was really disappointing. Reminds me of seeing Manneken Pis in Brussels, tiny and insignificant (sorry Belgium). The Bascarsija...More
If you love roaming around market stalls, love the smell of local food in the air, love to hear local chatter and seeing a myriad of people from various walks of life (ie: people watching), this is the place to be. Worth spending some time...More
When you walk in Bascarsija you can smell and see huge array of food around you, so your stomach is begging to stop, if possible, everywhere and try everything. Handcrafts are offered, historic places are around with many stories to be told, humorous people are...More
It's magical walking in the past while moving from old to new and from a religion where to another and from east to west ..... it's a unique city where deferent faces, colors , languages, religions, race & nationalities .... united in a city. Enjoy...More