9th Sep 2012 1:31pm | By Editor
Mustafa Panjeta is a tour guide with Balkan Road Trip. Here are his top three secret places to visit in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Get there before the other tourists do.
Tito’s Bunker: “Tito was the strongman of Communist Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1980. In the Fifties, he constructed a massive labyrinthine bunker 280m underground.
"The bunker could not be more James Bond-esque, complete with command rooms, illuminated tables and red telephones and untouched and unused gadgets from more than 60 years ago.”
Zlatna Ribica (Goldfish): “Goldfish is the most intriguing place to have a coffee in Sarajevo. It is a cafe beyond description with its array of bric-a-brac, memorabilia and items from yesteryear.”
Kod Bibana: “A restaurant with the best view in Bosnia. Perched up on a hill overlooking the capital with a perfect panoramic view from one end of the city to the other.”
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