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From old town to hidden treasures: Navigating Sarajevo’s unmissable places

Sarajevo, the charming capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a city where the echoes of history meet the lively spirit of the present. For any traveler, the journey begins with the heartbeat of the Old Town, Baščaršija. This charming area, often referred to as the heart of Sarajevo, is a delightful maze of cobblestone streets and bustling markets. Here are some of the must-visit places in Sarajevo.

Sebilj: A symbol of Sarajevo's charm

At the heart of Baščaršij stands Sebilj, an Ottoman-style wooden fountain. According to local legend, taking a sip of water from Sebilj guarantees a return to Sarajevo someday. To delve deeper into the significance of Sebilj, check out this link.

Sebilj fountain
Sebilj fountain

Spiritual diversity in the European Jerusalem

Known as the European Jerusalem, Sarajevo embraces various religious sites that coexist harmoniously. Visit the Gazi-Husrev-bey Mosque, the Old Orthodox Church, Sarajevo Cathedral, and the Museum of Jews, a former Synagogue. Check it out. Explore the Gazi Husrev-bey’s Bezistan, an age-old bazaar, and the preserved Morića Han, a historical free hotel for travelers, now home to cafes and businesses.

Sarajevo European Jerusalem
Sarajevo European Jerusalem

Ascending to Trebević: A cable car adventure

One of the must-visit places in Sarajevo’s cable car to Trebević mountain. For a breathtaking panorama of Sarajevo, embark on a cable car journey to Trebević. One of the four mountains that hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics, Trebević offers stunning views. Learn more about the cable car experience here.

Sarajevo Cable Car
Sarajevo cable car

Encounter tradition in Lukomir

Also, Trebević is just one of the four Olympic mountains where the Winter Olympic games were held in 1984, more about mountains Bjelašnica, Igman, and Jahorina you can read here.

A visit to Bjelašnica wouldn’t be complete without exploring the traditional Bosnian village of Lukomir. Immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions, as detailed in this guide.


City Hall: A symbolic meeting of civilizations

Symbolizing the meeting of civilizations, the City Hall is one of the must-visit places in Sarajevo. Delve into its rich history and significance in this brief history.

Sarajevo City Hall
Sarajevo City Hall

Latin bridge: A link to history

Sarajevo’s bridges tell tales of history, and the Latin Bridge is no exception. Dating back to the 15th century, it’s near the site where Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s assassination ignited World War I. Learn more about Sarajevo’s Latin Bridge here.

The Latin bridge
The Latin bridge

Eternal flame and shopping spree

Pay respects at the Eternal Flame, a monument to Sarajevo’s World War II victims. Take a moment to remember the city’s history and resilience (learn more at this link). Indulge in some retail therapy at shopping centers like Aria, Sarajevo City Center, Alta, and Importane – a perfect way to blend modernity with tradition. More about that you can read here.

The Eternal flame
The Eternal flame

Museums: A glimpse into Sarajevo's past

Uncover the layers of Sarajevo’s history by visiting the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dive into the city’s rich cultural heritage through its museums.

The National Museum
The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Scenic overlooks: Capture the magic

Sarajevo’s beauty extends beyond its streets. Revel in panoramic views from Yellow Fortress, White Fortress, viewpoints on Trebević, and the Avaz Zwist Tower. Find more about these enchanting viewpoints here.

Yellow fortress
Yellow fortress

Spring of the Bosna River

Escape the urban bustle and visit one more of the must-visit places in Sarajevo, the Spring of the Bosna River near Ilidža. It’s a serene spot under the majestic Igman mountain, adding a touch of nature to your Sarajevo experience. Read more about it here.

Spring of Bosna River
Spring of Bosna River

Sarajevo is a city that captivates with its diversity, history, and warm hospitality. Whether you’re drawn to its cultural sites, natural wonders, or vibrant atmosphere, this city promises an unforgettable journey.

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