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Best things to do in Sarajevo

“Bascarsija square, the heart of the city. Sebilj fountain is placed at the middle of it. Many traditional souvenir stores, restaurants and coffee shops.”
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“Unique and eclectic little pub in the centar of Sarajevo. The place you shouldn’t miss.”
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“Great club with nice music, place where you can meet beautifull ladies and handsome guys. Recommendation!”
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“Great view, excellent music, very close to the property, nice traditional and international food and drinks.”
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“Simply unique place you must visit! Local food, beer and amazing atmosphere. Don't forget to make a reservation!”
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“The decor/ambience here is incredibly charming. The food is delicious and you cannot beat the prices compared to what you would pay in Western Europe or the states. Compared to the many other places in Sarajevo this is the best.”
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“Great restaurant with traditional Bosnian food.It has a great story behind the name also. Worth a visit!”
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Bus Station
“ Vrelo Bosne is a public park, featuring a spring of the River Bosna. The park is usually entered by foot or by horse-carriage via the 3 kilometer straight main avenue (Velika Aleja) leading into it. The avenue itself contains traditional buildings from the Austro-Hungarian-era offering a peek into the luxuries of the past. The paths and roads inside the park are ideal for walks and bicycle riding and give the visitors the opportunity to take a closer look at the bubbling streams and waterfalls. I do not recommend visiting during the winter.”
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Bus Station
“From Baščaršija to the bus station and back you go by tram number 1. Distance from Baščaršija to the bus station 10 minutes away. Transportation is Centrotrans: www.centrotrans.com ”
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“Sarajevo Synagogue is Sarajevo's primary and largest synagogue and is located on the south bank of the river Miljacka. It was constructed in 1902 and remains the only functioning synagogue in Sarajevo today.”
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History Museum
“There is a great exhibition about the siege of Sarajevo and the way Sarajevans lived during that horrible times. ”
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“The faculty I have atend. Its almost across the street, you can walk in and check out the exhibition.”
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Osteuropäisches Restaurant
“The place is best known for great food and ambient. Also since it is positioned near the flat would be a great place for a first meal since it gives a panoramic view of the town.”
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Point of Interest
“The Eternal flame (Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian: Vječna vatra / Вјечна ватра) is a memorial to the military and civilian victims of the Second World War in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The memorial was dedicated on 6 April 1946, the first anniversary of the liberation of Sarajevo from the four-year-long occupation by Nazi Germany and the fascist Independent State of Croatia. The memorial was designed by architect Juraj Neidhardt and is located in the center of Sarajevo at the junction of Mula Mustafa Bašeskije, Titova and Ferhadija streets.[1] ”
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“On a top pedestrian location is nice place for gathering. It offers variety of refreshing drinks and delicious sweets.”
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“The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded soon after the end of the Second World War, on November 13, 1945, as a museum of national liberation. It was first located in Vijećnica and then moved to a specially designed facility in Marijin Dvor in 1963. Over the years, this museum has had different names and the scope of its collection has been modified. From 1949 to 1967 it was called the Museum of the People’s Revolution of BiH, then the Museum of the BiH Revolution (1967-1993), until it finally acquired its current name in 1993. The museum covers the entire history of Bosnia and Herzegovina, from the first mention of “Bosna” in historical sources (in the document, De Administrando Imperio, issued by Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus) up until the present day. The museum’s collection is divided into six main areas: archival material, photographs, three-dimensional objects, artwork, a research library and documentation center. The collection comprises some 400,000 items, many of which are very rare.”
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