Meet your small group and guide at the City Hall/National Library outdoor stairs. Once your tour begins, follow your guide to Old Town, and make a stop on Bravadziluk Street to taste savory burek, a traditional pastry made of meat, cheese, and spinach.
Continue on to Kazandziluk Street to browse the area’s copper crafts before going to Bascarsija, an outdoor market built in the 15th century. Keep moving to catch a glimpse of Gazi-Husrev-beg Mosque, Sarajevo's 17th-century clock tower, and the site where Franz Ferdinand was killed.
Next up is more tastings of delicious Bosnian foods. Try cevapcici, little skinless sausages served in pita bread, at an indoor market, and sip on traditional Bosnian coffee at a café by the Old Temple.
Head to Ferhadija Street, and see the Sacred Heart Cathedral, the Serbian Orthodox Church of The Most Holy Mother of God, and Liberation Square. Pop into a nearby market hall to sample baklava, and view the Eternal Flame Memorial, dedicated to the victims of Nazi terror during WWII.
Finish up your tour by walking along the Miljacka River over to the Academy of Fine Arts where your tour guide leaves you with tons of knowledge about Sarajevo, and hopefully, a full belly.