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About Bosnia and Herzegovina

Discover the charming country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a hidden gem in the heart of the Balkans. Our guides tours take you on an unforgettable journey through a land rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. Explore the enchanting city of Sarajevo, where East meets West, stroll across the iconic Stari Most in Mostar, and marvel at the stunning landscapes of the Una National Park. With its vibrant traditions, warm hospitality, and breathtaking scenery, Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a truly unique travel experience that will leave you spellbound. Join us and uncover the magic of this remarkable destination.

What to see in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Old bridge

The Old Bridge in Mostar, known as Stari Most, is an iconic symbol of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s rich history and resilience. Originally built in the 16th century by the Ottomans, this stunning stone bridge spans the Neretva River, connecting the city’s two halves. Stari Most was meticulously reconstructed after its destruction in the 1990s Bosnian War, and today, it stands as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The bridge is not only an architectural marvel but also a cultural centerpiece, where locals and visitors gather to watch daring divers leap into the river below, continuing a centuries-old tradition.

Bascarsija (The old town)

Baščaršija in Mostar is a vibrant and historic bazaar that captures the city's rich cultural heritage. Nestled in the heart of Mostar, this bustling marketplace is a maze of narrow cobblestone streets lined with charming shops, cafes, and artisans' stalls. Visitors can explore a variety of traditional Bosnian crafts, from handwoven rugs to intricate jewelry. With its lively atmosphere and picturesque setting, Baščaršija offers a glimpse into the heart and soul of Mostar, making it a must-visit destination for anyone exploring Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Latin bridge

The Latin Bridge in Sarajevo is a historic landmark that holds a significant place in world history. The stone bridge is famously known as the site where Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated in 1914, an event that sparked the onset of World War I. Today, the bridge stands as a poignant reminder of Sarajevo's rich and tumultuous past, attracting visitors who wish to reflect on its historical importance while enjoying its picturesque setting in the heart of the city.

Neretva River

The Neretva River, flowing through the heart of Sarajevo, is a stunning natural landmark that adds to the city's picturesque beauty. Renowned for its emerald-green waters and scenic surroundings, the river is a vital part of the region's ecosystem and cultural heritage. Visitors can enjoy leisurely strolls along its banks, capture breathtaking photos, and even participate in thrilling water sports. The Neretva River not only enhances Sarajevo's charm but also offers a tranquil escape and a glimpse into the area's vibrant natural landscape.

Best of the Balkans

Combine beautiful Budapest in Hungary with all of these fascinating Balkan nations with our range of tours!


On some of our Balkans tours we pop into Slovakia to take in the country's capital, Bratislava. Travellers can explore Bratislava Castle, perched majestically above the Danube River, offering sweeping views of the city. And they can unwind in the welcoming atmosphere of local cafes and restaurants, savouring traditional Slovakian cuisine.

Frequently asked questions

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While credit cards are accepted in larger hotels, restaurants, and shops, it's always a good idea to carry some cash, especially in smaller establishments and rural areas. ATMs are widely available in major cities and towns for withdrawing local currency.

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