It is a town with a personality; where you can find the soul of old European town in contrast with traces of war. At its heart is the Baščaršija, the old town market sector which is characterized by its many religious structures and examples of unique architecture. Take a walk through the labyrinth of narrow streets, mosques, restaurants and small shops in which skilled craftsmen create items of bronze, leather, gold and silver.
There are 4 airports in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the 3 biggest are Butmir Airport (in Sarajevo), with nonstop flights to 17 cities, Banja Luka Airport and Tuzla Intl Airport.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a growing destination and has an excellent range of hotels for visitors looking for modern luxury or traditional comfort, attentive service with local flavor and all comforts of home.
Bosnian gastronomy is a flavourful mix of culinary influence – Turkish, Austrian, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean – with plenty of local, village-made ingredients, and good wines. For sweet treats you’ll be served the absolutely delicious baklava, pastry with honey and nuts.
Explore the natural beauty and intriguing history of Bosnia & Herzegovina, discover untouched landscapes and a fusion of cultures, explore the historic highlights of Sarajevo, sip a Bosnian coffee in Mostar, visit to the top-secret bunker of Tito and
learn about fascinating Bosnian culture.
Rafting and kayaking in the National Park Una, hiking and canyoing on wonderful trails, quad safari through unspoiled nature, passing by beautiful lakes and mountain views
- Bosnia and Herzegovina will provide you with memorable moments.