Travel Blogs from Sarajevo
... is only around 40% complete and unemployment is also around 40% so the young people have nothing to do all day. Anyway, I arrived in Sarajevo around 9:30 this morning and headed straight to the hostel. This hostel is great- right in the middle of the city and full of lovely people. I hung out with some girls from Serbia for a while and have plans to meet them in Belgrade in a few days time. I then went for a walk around the city; like all Balkan cities Sarajevo is ...
... No. COUNTRY DAYS
1 THAILAND 40 DAYS
2 SLOVENIA 08 DAYS
3 CAMBODIA 20 DAYS
4 OMAN 05 DAYS
5 SWEDEN 04 DAYS
6 MALAYSIA 28 DAYS
7 VIETNAM 30 DAYS
8 HUNGARY 05 DAYS
9 DENMARK 02 DAYS
10 CROATIA 14 DAYS
11 POLAND 06 ...
... conflict, get more involved and reveal the actual causes of the Bosnian war and understand them well.
Also I shouldn´t forget to mention that we passed by Ali Pashina Mosque. Some people say it´s the most beautiful and the most harmonious mosque in the city of Sarajevo. It was built in 1560.
It was 15.00 and we were starving so we decided to buy two pieces of “burek” – one with meat and potatoes and the other one with kajmak ...
... decided he had a real craving for a milkshake (they aren’t super common in the Balkans). I remember someone mentioning a café that served milkshakes, so we went in search of it. Along the way, we discovered a square with a giant chess board on the ground, so we stayed to watch a while… and then found really good milkshakes! Joey’s was so good, he had to have two.
My second attempt at finding Barhana went much better and ...
My Bosnian friend, Nikolina, invited me out dancing Bosnian style. We went to a bar, called Kino Bosna. There we met up with a few other Bosnian friends as well as a big group of travelers from all over the world (Italy, USA, the Netherlands, Germany, etc.).
Kino Bosna is a favorite place to go out in Sarajevo. It has a cool history- the bar is in an old theater, and it retains the stadium seating and the stage, and has tables ...