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Hotel Osmica, Stranded and Abandoned

In the Balkans the idea of having fun and socializing necessarily involves food, drinks and music. Whether serene gatherings in the garden (known as akshamluk in Bosnia) or noisy and lively festivities accompanied by fast rhythms over both happy and sad lyrics the Balkans is rich with different traditions. Out of this manner of consorting...
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How to avoid tourist traps in Sarajevo

We believe that your goal is to enjoy your travels, but also not to fall into tourist traps. In this post, we bring you our ways to avoid tourist traps. There are many ways how you can avoid tourist traps. Some of them are: Do your research The best way to never fell into a...
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Sarajevo cable car

If you come to Sarajevo, don't skip a visit to the Sarajevo cable car that leads to Trebević Mountain. The Trebević cable car is one of the symbols of the city of Sarajevo. South of the Old Town in Sarajevo is located Mount Trebević. Trebević has been the closest and one of the favorite picnic...
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Traditional dishes you must try if you come to Sarajevo (and Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Your visit to Sarajevo would not be complete without trying some of the famous traditional dishes. The old part of the city - Baščaršija is known as a part of the city where you can try different specialties of traditional cuisine. Although some of the most famous Bosnian dishes are meat, don't worry, if you...
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Sebilj – symbol of Sarajevo

The Sebilj in Sarajevo is an Ottoman-style wooden fountain in the center of Baščaršija Square. Today is one of the main symbols of Sarajevo. According to a legend, visitors who drink water from this fountain will return to Sarajevo someday. Sebilj is located in the very heart of the old part of the city of Sarajevo called Baščaršija. It is an...
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The bridge on the Drina

You have probably heard about the popular novel "The bridge on the Drina" by Ivo Andrić, for which he received the Nobel Prize for Literature. Well, today you will learn the history of the famous bridge which inspired Andrić to write his novel. Višegrad is a small town in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina at the...
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Ten reasons why you should visit Bihać

Bihać is a charming small city located on the banks of the Una River in northwest Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city lies on a spacious valley, which has been inhabited since the prehistoric period. The people of Bihać are particularly proud of the remains of the famous Illyrian Iapodes, who left behind many necropolises, stilt...
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A brief history of the Sarajevo City Hall

The Sarajevo City Hall, called Vijećnica, is one of the symbols of Sarajevo and a place that tourists cannot avoid. In this post, you will read a short history of this magnificent building. Sarajevo is a city where east and west meet, a city that represents a meeting of civilizations. The City Hall is one...
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Sarajevo – European Jerusalem

Have you ever wondered why Sarajevo is called European Jerusalem? In this text you will find out the reasons, as well as a brief history of sacred objects of different religions that are located next to each other in the very heart of the city. Various religious objects can be seen in the heart of...
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Five reasons why travel is good for your health

Our lives are made of a hectic schedule and a pile of imposed obligations and responsibilities. The results among other things are depression, stress, anxiety, and many other mental disorders. Stress harms our physical health in the long run. One way to take a break from all of the above can be just a trip,...
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