Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina, nestled in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, offers a captivating blend of rich history, stunning landscapes, and warm hospitality. The country’s diverse culture reflects its intricate past, with influences from Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, and Slavic traditions. Explore the historic city of Mostar, famous for its iconic Old Bridge that gracefully spans the Neretva River. Wander through Sarajevo’s charming streets, where East and West meet in a harmonious blend of architecture and culture. From the grandeur of ancient mosques to the vibrant bustle of bustling bazaars, Bosnia offers a unique and immersive experience for travellers seeking authenticity.
Nature enthusiasts will be delighted by the country’s untouched beauty. Majestic mountains, serene lakes, and lush forests beckon adventurers. Hike through the stunning Una National Park, home to pristine waterfalls and diverse wildlife. Discover the crystal-clear waters of Lake Pliva, where you can enjoy boating, fishing, and relaxation amidst breathtaking scenery. Bosnia’s cuisine is a reflection of its cultural fusion, with dishes like cevapi and burek showcasing the mix of flavours that define the region. Engage with the locals, known for their warmth and openness, and witness traditional craftsmanship, such as handmade copperware and intricate carpets.
For history buffs, Bosnia is a treasure trove of stories from its complex past. Visit the Tunnel of Hope in Sarajevo, a poignant reminder of the city’s resilience during the war. Explore the ancient town of Jajce, with its medieval fortress and stunning waterfall. With its rich tapestry of experiences, Bosnia invites you to dive into its history, culture, and natural beauty, offering an unforgettable journey of discovery.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
SPRING & AUTUMN – Great for exploring the cities in mild and pleasant weather
WINTER – Ideal for winter sports in the crisp, snowy climate.
SUMMER – Hot summer sun, visit the coastal town of Neum.
2 1/2 hours from London to Sarajevo
Bosnian Convertible Marka
Although small, Bosnia and Herzegovina is greatly diverse: from fascinating cultural heritage and history to undiscovered natural beauty, perfect for adventuring.
HOW TO GET THERE
The easiest way to get to Bosnia and Herzegovina is to fly into Sarajevo International Airport. Within the country there is plenty of affordable public transport including intercity train and bus links.
Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian are the three official languages; although English is widely spoken as a foreign language especially in hotels and tourist areas.
IDEAL TO COMBINE WITH
Combine stays with historic and culturally rich towns and cities such as Sarajevo, Počitelj, and Mostar, with the stunning natural beauty of Una National Park.
OUR FAVOURITE BOSNIAN DESTINATIONS
UNA NATIONAL PARK
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