I have been here several times and it is beautiful. So much to do for the young and old. If you love traditional Bosnian food then you will love it here.
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This is a small old town with many things to see in such a concentrated area. There are little laneways with craftsmen selling interesting wartime memorabilia, souvenir shops, interesting eateries, lots of coffee houses, plenty of history, there are mosques, see architecture reflecting the heavy...More
The loveliness of Sarajevo boils down into this square: historical buildings, beautiful mosques, restaurants in which you can eat or smoke a water pipe and shops you can buy souvenirs or baklavas. Many Old towns are disappointing but this is not. There are also hotels/hostels...More
The monument itself is nice and it is in the middle of a square which is really the heart of the city. There are a lot of restaurants, boutiques, amazing mixture of different people and it is usually crowded
Tourist bars, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops. That's about it. It does have a very eastern flavour to it and has a buzz in the evenings when it's packed shoulder to shoulder with locals and tourists alike out for a promenade.
It´s quite nice to wander through the small streets and explore the small shops found in the Baščaršija. However, what we enjoyed best is parking ourselves at one of the many coffee shops to enjoy a cup of Bosnia coffee and people watch. Highly recommended...More
Bascarsija represents authentic Bosnian architecutre and tradition. It is meeting point of the past, the present and the future. You will enjoy in the traditional shops, coffee shops, smell from surrounding restaurants... Worth seeing!