Take comfortable shoes as Sarajevo is a city you won't want to stop exploring. Start in the Old Town, Bascarsija, with its narrow cobbled streets crammed with shops selling copper, leather and souvenirs. Find a mosque, Orthodox church, Catholic cathedral and a synagogue all within walking distance of each other. Take the cable car up to Mount Bjelasnica for gorgeous views over the city and invigorating mountain scenery. Admire the tenacity of a population under siege at the Tunnel Museum and pay your respects to the fallen in the cemetery at the former football stadium. Dress up and join in the vibrant bar and restaurant scene at the end of the day.
Sampling delicious Bosnian cuisine at the restaurant Pod Lipom located in Bašcaršija. There are a several tables outside where you can taste cevapi – tasty spicy sausages served with onions in a warm pita bread.
Not to be missed is one of the finest examples of Ottoman architecture the Gazi Husrev Beg mosque, which first opened its doors in 1531. It is one of the many mosques in town and during the day you can hear the muezzin sound out from all over the city.