WHERE TO GO
Bosnia and Herzegovina, the land of the heart, as it is called because of its shape, really touches your heart. It has always been a wonderful meeting point of eastern and western cultures, as it bears the stamp of two completely different empires, Turkish and Austrian-Hungarian. Land of good food, outstanding, open people and fun offers visitors stunning mountain landscapes and great experiences with a good sense of adventure. Enjoy the Bosnian rhythm and life will be better and easier in a moment.
- 3 official languages
- 1272 athletes from 49 countries took part at the Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo
- 250.000 tickets were sold at the Olympic Games
- 75 metres high is the waterfall Skakavac in Sutjeska National Park
A magical city of timeless beauty where everyone immediately feels like at home.
With its old bridge is without a doubt the most fascinating city of this heart shaped country.
is the only coastal town, but it boasts an incredibly clean and calm sea.
Pristine area of glacial lakes below the high peaks, passing which the river Sutjeska formed a stunning valley.
Is a place of miracles and one of the most famous pilgrimage sites in the world.
THE MOST ...
- In 1984 Sarajevo hosted the Winter Olympic Games. These were the first Olympic Games in any communist country in history.
- The most famous ćevapi in the world originate in Sarajevo’s Baščaršija.
- Peručica is one of the last two surviving prime- val forests in Europe.
WHAT ELSE TO DO
- Taking a walk through Sarajevo’s Baščaršija is always a unique experience that everyone gets addicted to.
- In Visoko judge yourself, whether the stunning Bosnian pyramids are the work of nature or ancient human hands.
- Enjoy several hours of a cup of coffee in “fildžan” and then pamper your taste buds with čevapčiči, kajmak and burek.
- From Mostar to Sarajevo take a train and enjoy the incredible mountain views.
- Rafting on Tara or Una- both are a unique adrenaline experience.