June in Sarajevo means real summer weather and it starts to feel like almost everyone is heading out for a stroll along the city's main walking streets – Titova, Ferhadija, Obala Maka Dizdara, Wilson's Promenade and Mala Aleja in Ilidža....


In Baščaršija, the oldest part of town, almost every corner comes alive, bustling with merchants, customers and those who are out enjoying a walk, just like it used to be during its “golden age”.

The Museum of Sarajevo 1878-1918 has a permanent exhibit, dedicated to the period of Austro-Hungarian rule in Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which tells the story of the Sarajevo Assassination. The Museum is housed in the building right where the young Gavrilo Princip was standing when he assassinated the Austro-Hungarian Heir Apparent, Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie.