Bosnia and Herzegovina Shopping

  • Main entrance to main city market
    Main entrance to main city market
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  • Shopping
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Shopping

  • Kera Lace

    Kera is an original old Bosnian lace made by sawing needle, a powerful symbol of the Bosnian house, imperishable beauty on ocushions, tablecloths, milieus, shirt collars. depends on where you buy it, in a souvenir shop it can be rather expensive

  • Woolen Products

    -halal sheepskin for namaz/ salat (muslim praying)-wooolen socks for winter- other woolen products like sweaters, gloves and caps

  • Hasanaginica

    buy a translation of the well-known ballad or watch the opera in the Sarajevo National Theater " Hasanaginica " is one of the most beautiful Bosnian oral ballad that has ever occurred. It was created between 1646- 49 in a patrician family from the Bosnian Imotski region, the part of the Bosnian pashaluk and retold from generation to generation in...

  • Bazaar

    Bazaar is an turkish word for the market place, and you can see them all around Bosniaand Herzegovina. This one, on the picture, is the Baazar of Jajce, which is located in the old core of the town. The town of Jajce is situated in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, about 60 km's from the town of Banja Luka.

  • Bosnian souvenirs

    The best place to go souvenir shopping was Mostar. Two places have left a memorable impression here: After you pass the colourful houses of the Oldtown (left riverbank), there is a step to the left - here you`ll find the shop of a Bosnian cooperative selling wine, liquor, honey and other regional specialties. I bought several bottles of walnut-,...

  • Bosnian Souvenir 2

    Brong and brass plates and other items are common couvenirs. As in Sarajevo the main object is Gazi Hucerv Begova Mosque, in Mostar the main object or inspiration is the Mostar old bridge.

  • Bosnian Souvenir

    Like most other mediterranian countries, a Bosnian souvenir is a heavy one, gives you extra few kilos to carry on your shoulder if you fancy to buy something other than post cards. There are Bosnian designed potteries among others.

  • "Old Town" Sarajevo

    Brass Alley is literally an alley in Sarajevo's tourist district known as Old Town. It's full of tiny shops brimming with brass, silver and copper goods. Every seller wants you to go into their store so plan some extra time here or do not enter. They can be persuasive!The thing I noticed was the similarity of the shops. Practically every vendor had...

  • Oriental crafts

    It is small shop, but full of the different crafts. Oriental pepper mils, little oriental carpets (cilimi), oriental ewers, etc. he prices are little high, but not to much. I bought wonderful pepper mil:)

  • Hey pal, you wanna buy a watch?

    These road side stalls popped up after the war. The infrastructure of the country was destroyed and there was no organized business. Entrepreneur types started importing stuff and selling it on the sides of the road. Some of the places became like little towns as the ecomomy grew. The government is trying to shut them all down but so far with...

  • Bascarsija, The Turkish Bazaar

    Bosnia doesn't really have a tourist infrastructure Sarajevo you can shop for trinkets in the Turkish District, Bascarsija. Here they even accept credit cards for a nominal fee (credit cards are not widely accepted in the rest of the country)..If you need more cash, don't worry ATMs are easy to find. I was only charged a $1.50...

  • Always at hand, always a bargain

    There are hundreds of these little entrepreneurial kiosks in dozens of towns. They provide almost anything you want. They don't sell necessities such as food and drink but sell seasonal mechandise, CDs, crafts, etc. They will haggle and that is part of the fun. Puzzle rings, gold chains, woodworks, knitted sweaters. Very inexpensive by Western...


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