6 Strong Reasons to Visit Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sarajevo Guide (B): 6 Strong Reasons to Visit Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

These days the Balkans seem to be ever-growing in popularity and yet many don’t feel the urge to visit Sarajevo. Sure, the capital of Bosnia Herzegovina isn’t off-the-beaten path or anything, but it doesn’t seem to have the same allure as other Balkan capitals. Even its fellow city of Mostar seems to be more popular, thanks to the droves of daytrippers from Croatia.

Sarajevo was my first real taste of this part of Europe and ever since, the Balkans have drawn me back repeatedly. As such, it’s often the place to which I compare other Balkan destinations. It may not be by favourite city in the entire region or maybe even Bosnia Herzegovina, but I remember it fondly nonetheless. Hopefully the following reasons will help you realise that it certainly is worth visiting Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina.

Let’s start with a pretty simple reason to visit Sarajevo – it’s the largest city and capital of Bosnia Herzegovina. Together that makes it the perfect first step into exploring Bosnia Herzegovina for visitors. Whereas venturing out into the nation’s countryside comes with its own set of challenges, Sarajevo is easily accessed and straightforward to navigate. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 6 Strong Reasons to Visit Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
Guide Location: Bosnia-Herzegovina » Sarajevo
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Old Bazaar   Emperor’s Mosque   Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque   Bridge   Sehidsko Cemetery   Yellow Bastion   Railway Station   Avaz Twist Tower   Academy of Fine Arts Sarajevo   National Museum  
Author: David Johnston
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