Bosnia & Herzegovina Trips - Tourist Information Hotels and Holiday Reservations
Bosnia-Herzegovina has many mountains and lush green landscapes. The mountains can be observed from the national park.
Some of the places in Bosnia-Herzegovina are destroyed by the war. The condition of the destroyed landscape is similar with the Balkan region which becomes desolated after the Yugoslav wars. In Bosnia-Hezegonia, you will get to see many buildings in rubble. The countryside has many mines that are scattered in different places.
Despite that, there are a number of places that are fit for tourists to visit. The city of Sarajevo offers cafes and entertainment activities for the tourists. In addition, there are monasteries and historical fortresses which tourists can explore. In Bosnia-Herzegovina, there are a number of famous Catholic churches you can visit. One of the most prominent tourism spots in Bosnia-Herzegovina is the Ottoman bridge. The Ottoman bridge, which depicts a bright future for the country, is located at the Mostar.
Useful Information About Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Capital : Sarajevo
Area : 51,129 km2
Population: ~ 4,552,198
Language: Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian
Currency: Convertible Mark (BAM)
Time Zone UTC +1
Bosnia and Herzegovina Tourist Attractions and Places of Interest:
Sutjeska National Park, Rafting on the Neretva river, the Una river and the Tara with the Drina river, Rakitnica Canyon and the Rakitnica river Canyoning trips, UNESCO World Heritage Sites of The Old Mostar Bridge (Stari Most) and Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge in Višegrad, Sarajevo Tunnel Museum, The Basement.
Cities and resorts in Bosnia and Herzegovina we will provide with tourist information and hotel accommodation reservations:
Banja Luka, Blažuj, Čapljina, Čitluk, Laktaši, Ljubuški, Međugorje, Mostar, Neum, Sarajevo, Široki Brijeg, Trebinje, Zenica.
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