One of the main attractions in Sarajevo is the Latin Bridge, which was built in 1541 and is where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in 1914, thus starting World War I. There are also many mosques, churches and synagogues scattered throughout the city reflecting its rich cultural history. The Old Town district offers visitors a glimpse into traditional Bosnian life with narrow alleyways and traditional restaurants serving authentic Bosnian cuisine.
There are also plenty of opportunities to experience Sarajevo's vibrant nightlife scene including live music venues and bars as well as plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking or skiing in the nearby hills. Sarajevo is also home to one of the oldest street markets in Europe - the Bascarsija market - where visitors can find a range of souvenirs, clothing and food items to take home with them.
Best time to visit
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BAZEN Slavinovići, Planinski Dom Vrsani, Pivnica Taverna, Muzej Etnografska Zbirka Istočne Bosne, Muzički Atelje "AVDIĆ", Mejdanska (Dželal vaiz Mehmed-Ali) džamija, Udruženje BOSPER, Mosque of Atik Behrem Bey, Pannonica, Nardi Pub, Dom Književnosti, Nana Sadeta, Mezarje
Mejdanska (Dželal vaiz Mehmed-Ali) džamija, Pannonica, Mosque of Atik Behrem Bey, Planinski Dom Vrsani, Museum of Eastern Bosnia Tuzla, Citaonica, Robot, Wine&Whiskey Bar, Rudnici Kreka, Selma, Muzej Etnografska Zbirka Istočne Bosne, Dom Književnosti, Muzički Atelje "AVDIĆ", Sezi komerc, EmGallerie, Old Story Pub, Pivnica Taverna, stamparija.ba