Welcome to Sarajevo, a city that masterfully combines natural beauty, culture, and history. The Sarajevo Cable Car is among the must-see sights that provide spectacular panoramic views of this magical city. Sarajevo cable car This post will cover all the information you require about Sarajevo Cable Car. So let’s go out on an exciting tour...Read More
Sutjeska National Park is located on the territory of the municipalities of Foča, Gacko, and Kalinovik. It is the oldest national park in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sutjeska National Park This national park covers an area of 17,500 hectares. It includes the area of the river Sutjeska and its tributaries Hrčavka and Jabučnica, with the Perućica...Read More
On the south slopes the Olympic mountain, Bjelašnica is the picturesque village of Lukomir. This is the highest inhabited place in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the only settlement above 1,300 meters. It is located at 1,495 meters above sea level. Lukomir Village Based on the stećci (tombstones) found in the village and originating from the...Read More
Did you know that Sarajevo hosted the Winter Olympic Games in 1984? Sarajevo is surrounded by four Olympic mountains – Bjelašnica, Igman, Trebević, and Jahorina. Olympic Games in 1984 In 1984, Sarajevo became famous all over the world because of the Olympics. At that time Bjelašnica mountain hosted men’s downhill, Jahorina hosted women’s downhill, slalom,...Read More
The initial Trebević cable car, or funicular, because it was called by more seasoned Sarajevans, was operational from May 3, 1959, and it was one of the foremost recognizable images of BiH’s capital. The 2,100 meter-long framework associated Bistrik, on the cleared outside of the Miljacka, to Mt. Trebević, “the lungs of Sarajevo” and the...Read More
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