Bosnia & Herzegovina – Where East meets West, Land of crystal waters, beautiful nature and rich history


  • Mostar – famous for it’s old bridge and old part of town (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Sarajevo – Due to the century long tradition of tolerance and religious integration, this city is often referred to as the “European Jerusalem”
  • Međugorje – Catholic Shrine of Blessed Virgin Mary and place of pilgrimage for more almost 40 years
  • Kravice – large tufa cascade on the Trebižat River, in the karstic heartland of Herzegovina
  • Visoko – Bosnian Pyramid complex near Sarajevo – largest archaeological project in Europe
  • Blagaj – Spring of Buna River and Dervish Tekke
  • Travnik – Ottoman City with one of the most beautiful and best preserved medieval fortified structures in Bosnia, which was the seat of Ottoman viziers and the birth place of the Nobel Prize Winner for literature Ivo Andrić
  • Jajce – Old Royal Bosnian city – famous for it’s 17m waterfalls in the city and as well the old historical Citadel
  • Banja Luka- beautiful town on the River Vrbas with medieval fortress

Rivers of Bosnia & Herzegovina Neretva, Una, Vrbas & Drina are among the most beautiful Rivers in Europe.
A Land full of diversity and interesting history, magnificent nature mountains and rivers, friendly people and great gastronomy.