Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnla- Herzegovina and at the same time the biggest city in the country. The population of the city established around Miljacka River is around 410 thousands. Location used for living from the old centuries got its modern look in 15 century after the Otto- man conquest. on 1992 after declaration of Bosnia and Herzegovina as independent Serbs attacked the country. The war lasted 3 years and has brought much desolation.
Today Sarajevo is again the center of economic. cultural and touristic develop- rnent. The city with Islamic. Jewish, Onho- dox and Catholic cultures has a look of opened museum with its natural beauties and its historical monuments. One of the most essential symbols of the city is Sebit located on Bascarsi along with it there are schools, clock tower, mosques made by Gazi Husrev Beg which are dehnitely monuments worth of seeing, You can shop in the Bazaar and you can tine restaurants with famous Bosnian pie and Bosnian meatball. You should also visit Latin Bridge of historical importance which is found on the location very near to the Bascarsi.
One of the places usually visited is the War tunnel made by Bosnians during the war that had a purpose of transfer of weapon, food and medicines. Furthermore during the nice weather people go to the fountain of Bosnia river location with its natural beauty and park is place to be visited. Fountain of the river Bosnia located in the starting point of Bosnia river is ideal place for picnic. Except that with its grave stones, cathedral, church, and museums during winter time great skiing facilities are making Sarajevo as very important point of tourism on Balkan.
The city is rich in museums, including the Museum of Sarajevo, the Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art, Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Museum of Literature and Theatre Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (established in 1888) home to the Sarajevo Haggadah, an illuminated manuscript and the oldest Sephardic Jewish document in the world issued in Barcelona around 1350, containing the traditional Jewish Haggadah, is on permanent display at the museum. It is the only remaining illustrated Sephardic Haggadah in the world.
Sarajevo has a wide tourist industry and a fast expanding service sector thanks to the strong annual growth in tourist arrivals. Sarajevo also benefits from being both a summer and winter destination with continuity in its tourism throughout the year. The travel guide series, Lonely Planet, has named Sarajevo as the 43rd best city in the world, and in December 2009 listed Sarajevo as one of the top ten cities to visit in 2010.