Distant and unfamiliar to the most people remain attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The country is too small to enter the guidebooks, but the latest data from 2010 there was an increase in visits to this extremely beautiful country.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in the western part of the Balkan Peninsula and is a mountainous country. This interesting and exotic country is a former Yugoslav republic has secured its independence with blood. The capital and largest city is Sarajevo.
Historically here and Mostar are concentrated the most important historical attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Sarajevo, is Latin Bridge, famous for the murder of the Austrian Duke Franz Ferdinand and his wife. This gives rise to the war between Serbia and Austria-Hungary.
Visit tunnelled Museum, which is a 800 meter stretch in the past saved many people. In the narrow streets of the old town of Sarajevo can enjoy the craft shops and small cafes. Mostar is another destination that we recommend you visit.
The city is situated on the Neretva River, which was a border city during the Ottoman Empire. Real development of Mostar in the 15th and 16th centuries. Interest to tourists are old Turkish houses and Old Bridge. In the eastern parts of the country is the small Vishgrad.
The most important historical attraction is the bridge of Mehmed Pasha, which is included in the UNESCO list. The bridge is 180 meters long on the Drina River. Legacy of the Ottoman Empire in the region, a beautiful bridge with many arches.
Presenters are natural attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Widespread in recent years, ecotourism. There are trails in the mountains Voluyak, Dinaric mountains Maglic and novels.
The lower parts of these beautiful natural places have lakes, ideal to make camp and spend an exciting weekend on fresh air outdoors. The highest peak is 2387 meters Maglic and is located in the Dinaric Alps.
Easy to climb even in winter. Another starting point for climbing the mountain is Umoljani village, which is located in the mountains Bjelasnica. Here are built tough mountain tours prepared hikers.
For amateur photographers recommend the waterfall in the canyon of Rakitnitsa . Attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina can see them all year round because the climate is subtropical Mediterranean in the south of the country and temperate in the northern and western areas.
Even in winter there are conditions for skiing in winter mountain resorts. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a coast on the Adriatic Sea just a little place in the town of Neum.
There are several small beaches, good enough to bathe in the sea. On the whole town of Neum is not used for a large maritime trade, but rather a small walk in the old streets and houses from medieval times. Do not miss Bosnia and Herzegovina as a tourist destination because it is here you will find peace and Mediterranean exotic holiday spirit.