Sebilj Brunnen (Fountain)


Copyright: Jennifer Boyer

Sebilj Brunnen (Fountain)

The fountain is a landmark of the old city, with life always bustling around - during the month of Ramadan, until as late as 2am. Travelers wandering around the old town are likely to stumble upon it at some point or another. Water from the fountain is drinkable.

Do & See

If you’re feeling up for the challenge, hike up the hill to the old medieval town and the ruins of Jacje Castle, where panoramic views of the city open before your very eyes. Walking west along the main alleyway of Bascarsija, you will notice the architecture change as you move into Ferhadija Street and into the Austro-Hungarian part of the city. Ferhadija Street is the main pedestrian shopping street in Sarajevo. The streets running parallel to Ferhadija Street are Obala Kulina Bana and Marsala Tita, where you will find many fine examples of Austro-Hungarian legacy.