It is very important place for meeting your friends. We can say it is center of the city. There are a lot of monuments around there. My advice that you should eat something there but not drink.
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This is one of Europe's only remaining old towns that has not been destroyed by tourism. It is full of locals, and regular stores where they shop, not just expensive tourist traps. It has the great energy and vibe of a Turkish bazaar ... coffee...More
You can see the Ottoman history of Bosnia in this area, full of mosques, shops, restaurants and coffee shops. You can enjoy the Bosnian coffee with peice of lukum served in traditional way. You can also buy souvenirs and handmade jewelry with good price.
if you drink from the fountain you will always return to Sarajevo, or so the legend/story goes. it doesnt hurt to drop a few coins for the 7 brate tho.
This part of Sarajevo is clearly a reflection of a typical Ottoman city. Just lovely to wander through the small streets with the mosques, churches, shops, bars and restaurants. One can easily spend the day over here.
With its Balkanic roots and a great Ottoman/Turkish influence, Baščaršija is definitely the most significant and the most important part of Sarajevo. Its charming little shops, restaurants and coffee places show what the Orient is all about. It greatly resembles some Turkish cities, and the...More
Me and my family enjoyed there we have spent a very good time with a full of historical places and traditional food as well.