Welcome to Bosnia
This Balkan nation in southern Europe is a country with a warm and sunny climate, a rich and exciting local history, and is not yet so popular among tourists to make it feel like anything less than a real hidden European gem. It’s a kind and peaceful nation of helpful people with a picturesque landscape you’ll want to dive into for yourself.
Best sights in Bosnia
Often called the Jerusalem of Europe for its rich and diverse religious and cultural diversity, this title tells you most of what you need to know about Sarajevo – a beautiful city of stunning architecture.
Mostar (128km from Sarajevo)
Mostar is a city which sits atop the Neretva River, with a stunning old stone bridge which links the city’s two halves together. It has an Old Town district with traditional foods to discover and enjoy.
Tribinje (203km from Sarajevo)
The country’s southernmost city has a deep and fascinating history which dates back to the Middle Ages. It’s overflowing with architecture from every era of Bosnian history.
Konjic (59km from Sarajevo)
A town that was of great strategic importance during the Bosnian War, meaning that not only does Konjic have a rich ancient history, but also a fascinating recent history to explore.
Blagaj Tekke (141km from Sarajevo)
The most stunning monastery in Bosnia is found in the shadow of a great cliff, and at the edge of a serene turquoise body of water. It’s 600 years old and uniquely beautiful.
Pocitelj (160km from Sarajevo)
This little historical village is classified as an open-air museum and is considered by some to be the Pearl of Herzegovina. It has multiple ancient historic sites which draw in visitors from the world over.
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