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People do not exactly think of the Bosnian capital as a popular tourist destination, but vacationers will find interesting sights in Sarajevo (SJJ) and many interesting destinations in the surrounding region. If you're interested in art and culture, you will love the many cultural institutions, museums and theaters here. There is always some annual festival going on in Sarajevo (SJJ), such as the Jazz Festival, the Film Festival or the MESS cultural festival. Tourists will also encounter many cultural and historical buildings on their way through the city. In the evenings, Sarajevo's (SJJ) many restaurants serve up local cuisine and regional delicacies and wines.
If you're interested in art and culture, you'll love this Bosnian city. Book your Sarajevo (SJJ) flights now and discover the many theaters, museums and cultural institutions. Unfortunately, one of the country's most important museums, the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, closed in 2012 and has not yet reopened. The Old Town with its oriental influences is especially good for a tour of Sarajevo (SJJ), as tourists will come across many mosques and some churches here. A visit to the central square is also recommended, as this is where you'll find plenty of opportunities to shop.
Tourists will also encounter many other sights on a tour through the city. Book your Sarajevo (SJJ) flights now and discover the city's historical buildings. Your route will take you past the Imperial Mosque, the Orthodox Church, the Ali Pascha Mosque and the Gazi Husev Beg Mosque. You can also visit the two other cathedrals in Sarajevo (SJJ), the Roman Catholic cathedral and the Orthodox cathedral. The city does of course boast many other sights. A tour through the Old Town will take visitors past the Academy of Fine Arts, the city market hall, the Historical Museum, the city hall, the Avaz Twist Tower or the UNIS towers.