Sarajevo, for me, always represented one of these places that, due to relative geographical proximity, I was bound to visit sooner or later (but somehow never did). The chance to be introduced to the ”Jerusalem of Europe”, as it is sometimes nicknamed, finally appeared at the beginning of May. I attended a congress in the city, and since everyone I knew kept repeating how special Sarajevo was, my Significant Other and I decided to add a few days to our visit and see what the fuss was all about.
We drove to Sarajevo by car, in what was quite an adventurous eight-hour ride. First impressions were quite positive: Bosnia is big, green and hilly, and when the weather is warm and the sun is shining the country looks quite magnificent.
Preparing for our trip, I expected Sarajevo to look and feel very similar to Croatian towns. After all, Croatia and…
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