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Hi Guys! It’s time for another #TravelDays Video!
This time I have visited a country I have never been before: Bosnia and Herzegovina!
Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, lies in the middle of the Dinaric Mountains on the Miljacka River. With its east-meets-west vibe, Sarajevo is called ‘The Jerusalem of Europe’, because you can find large catholic & orthodox cathedrals next to synagogues or numerous mosques.
The most beautiful place in Sarajevo is Bascarsija, the heart of old Sarajevo. The name is derived from the Turkish for ‘main market’ and it’s still lined with stalls, lively coppersmiths allejs, a grand Ottoman mosque and a lot of inviting little cafes and restaurants. If you want to eat like a local, you should definitely try some Cevapcici and Burek!
If you want to see Sarajevo from a viewpoint, you should use the Sarajevo cable car. Reopened after the war in 1990s, Sarajevo’s cable car shuttles people on a nine-minute ride, climbing 500m to a beautiful viewpoint on Mt Trebevic. If you want, you can walk to the wreck of the olympic bobsled treck, seemingly held together by layers of graffiti. But first of all, just enjoy the view and silence in the mountain.
Unfortunately, we didn’t have had enough time to visit any museums, but I can recommend some places, like the War Childhood Museum, Tunnel of Hope, Gazi Husrev-beg Museum and Galerija 11/07/95.
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