Sarajevo Bosnia Things To Do
A few years ago I wrote about my first impressions and suggestions of what to do in Sarajevo. Today I would like to share some of the best things I have done in the perfect city for a short break, especially for women traveling alone. I have a list of things to do in any place I wanted to spend a nice moment of my trip. Finally, in this guide to Sarjevo, I have collected a few more unusual places to visit.
As you can see in this post, there are many things to do on my Sarjevo itinerary, but not all in one day.
I would encourage you to do some research before your visit to Sarajevo if you intend to carry out any of the above activities. I definitely recommend to do such things in response to your question "What am I doing in Saraja?."
Most of the walks start in the old town of Sarajevo and take you through the history of the city from the perspective of the locals. Looking beyond the old town, there are plenty of alternative things to do in Saraja, one ton at a time.
If you do not know the country, I will give you a quick overview of the activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Let's start with a fairly simple reason for visiting: Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I have seen many things that I have seen, but I will not list them here in any particular order as part of my Saraja visit, partly because I am a big fan of it.
The beauty of Bosnia is mostly in its cities, and Sarajevo is very charming in itself, but there is much more to it than just the city itself.
I love this place because it is conveniently located and most of Sarajevo's sights are within walking distance. Although it rained almost all the time when we were there, Jeremy and I found a lot of fascinating things to do and loved them more than any other European city we had seen before. It is not too far away that I will write a post later on about all the "things to do" in Saraja.
Nowadays, the Balkans seem to be becoming more and more popular, and many of us do not feel the need to visit Sarajevo. With so many activities in Saraja, you can hop from one attraction to another in the short time you are there.
In this article I write about what it means to be in Sarajevo in 2 days and take you through this amazing capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I want to share with you some of the best things you can do while you are in the city you need to see - the city in Europe that will inspire you to reflect on the past and never forget the tragedy of history. Historic Sarjivo is the next stop on a Bosnia trip, and its war - its torn past - makes it the perfect destination for a long-term trip. There is a famous museum that exhibits the tradition of cultural memories, as well as a museum of art and history, with a special emphasis on history and culture.
Anyone interested in learning more about the genocide can take a free day trip from Srebrenica to Sarajevo. If you do not intend to reach Sarjivo in the country of Balkan road trips, take a direct flight from most places in Europe. All you have to do is reserve a place in the car and we will pick you up from your hostel in Belgrade and drop you off at the hostels in Saraja.
This is one of the few synagogues in Sarajevo and the only one in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this area you will also find the oldest synagogue in the country, the Old Synagogue of Srebrenica and a number of other historic buildings.
Although it is safe to visit Sarajevo today, one cannot forget the bloody conflict that devastated the city during the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the subsequent war in the Balkans. The Bosnian War was particularly cruel, as it was besieged for almost four years and finally completely destroyed. Many of the structures in Sarani, like all others, have been destroyed or have been abandoned ever since. It has been under siege for four years, the effects of this siege are still abundant and many of its buildings are still in ruins.
Walking through Sarajevo, one notices the red spots on the ground, which look a bit like blood stains. Just around the corner is a museum in Sarjavo, where you can get to know events that are important for this date.
To get a glimpse of life in these dark days, head to the Sarajevo Tunnel, where food and medicine were smuggled to desperate civilians while the city was on fire. You will hear about the atrocities that have taken place in the cities of Bosnia in the aftermath of the war. The tour guide himself escaped through a tunnel with his wife and two young children from Sarjavo.