Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina


Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is a compact city on the Miljacka River, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps. Coppersmith alleys, grand Ottoman mosques, caravanserai-restaurants and lots of inviting little cafes are eye catching.

Bihac – Jajce – Travnik

Bihac – a stone‘s throw from Croatia‘s world famous Plitvice Lakes National Park, Jajce with its magnificient 21 meter high waterfall, and Travnik town, which is located in the river valley Lasva between Vlasic mountain on the north and Vilenica on the south, are all a must see destination.

Konjic – Mostar – Pocitelj – Blagaj

Konjic, city located in northern Herzegovina hosts an attractive place in Mostar is Old Bridge, built during the Ottoman period. Pocitelj, the village located on the left bank of Neretva river. Pocitelj si famous for its Hadji Alijina mosque. Blagaj, situated at the source of Buna river and a historical Tekke (Dervish house), which is considered a national monument.