Three ethnic groups, three religions and three languages in the same place make Bosnia the most, ethnically and culturally mixed, Balkan epublic. Being on the frontier of the East and the West, this country has an unique atmosphere of both, old and modern times.
We invite you to discover Bosnia and Herzegovina which is almost completely off the beaten path, where the local traditions and customs still dance with each other across the time.
Sarajevo, the capital city is the melting pot of the region due to its cultural and religious diversity. It has played a significant role in the history of Europe.
Mostar – one of the most beautiful towns in the country, known for the Ottoman Bridge across the Neretva River, linking the Muslim and the Christian halves of the city, the East and the West – the bridge which gives its name to Mostar itself.
Book a tour with us and
- Visit Sarajevo Old Town, Bascarsija Bazar – a vibrant, bustling Oriental marketplace that contains several mosques and hammams which date back to 15 th century
- See what started World War I – Visit well known Latin Bridge, the place where Sarajevo Assassination took place when Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand which later on led to the beginning of the First World War.
- Feel the peace at Blagaj Monastery, situated beside the cliff, on the Buna River
- Go to iconic town – Mostar and find out how cultural diversity can make you travel through history and time, while making your journey more interesting.
- Cross Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge and visit Andricgrad – stone town, whose construction was inspired by the literary works and characters of Ivo Andric who was awarded Nobel Prize in 1961.
- Visit Pyramids – Head to Visoko and check out the Pyramid of the Soon and Moon dating back to around 12000 BC.
- Capital: Sarajevo
- Area: 51.209 km²
- Population: 3,270 mil
- Currency: Bosnian Convertible Mark (KM)
- National parks: Sutjeska, Kozara, Una, Drina
- Climate: Continental climate
- Time zone: GTM +1
- International airport: Sarajevo, Mostar, Tuzla