SAVE UP TO 40% ON BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA TOURS
With the tragic Yugoslav wars in the Balkans in the 1990s, Bosnia-Herzegovina has made its way forward to become a unique and very rewarding destination.
Sarajevo, the capital is a cosmopolitan city, with a great history, fun nightlife and a beautiful old town to explore. The Ottoman quarter has historic mosques and the tiny streets have some great cafes…. the trendy Austrian-Hungarian quarter being built in the 19th century is a great comparison of east meets west.
The capital has great museums, describing the tumultuous history, and make sure you get up the hill overlooking the city… you will be rewarded with a stunning panorama overlooking Sarajevo. Deffinately check out the remaining bobsled track from the 1984 winter olympics… where street artist now paint it.
The countryside is beautful, and somewhat undeveloped, but their are several historic sites like monasteries, mosques, fortresses and a few catholic shrines.
Mostar is deffinately on a to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has become very popular due to its 16th century Ottaman bridge, which was destroyed and rebuilt after the war… becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2005.