Baščaršija is certainly one of the most impressive and charming market centers in the country.
Bascarsija has been a trading and meeting place since the 15th century as caravans from Asia minor,
Dubrovnik and the west met here to trade their wares..
The old bridge is perhaps the finest example of Ottoman ingenuity and Dalmatian masonry in the
western Balkans. This precious stone structure not only connects the east and west banks of the
emerald Neretva River, it also symbolizes the crossroads of eastern and western civilizations.
Is the oldest historical monument in the city of Banja Luka . The oldest traces of settlements in the Banjalukesu remains of a Neolithic hill-fort settlements that have just found on the territory of the city fortress Kastel.Kastel is located in the central part of town , which dominates the left bank Vrbasa.Na this place have been found near the remains of a Neolithic hillfort settlement and findings from ancient , Slovenian and the Turkish perioda.In past , Kastel was strong military fortification and protected the valley of the Vrbas from enemy onslaught .
Although only a tiny strip of the gorgeous Adriatic, Neum has become a major seaside resort. Ideally
located between Split and Dubrovnik and the short distance to Mostar and Medugorje, Neum is a place
for sun fun and very affordable prices.
south of Banja Luka, the river Vrbas created a fantastic canyon where there is a series of natural rarities. Rapids, waterfalls, cascades, beaches, surrounding rocks, the wealth of flora and fauna make this area special.
Also known in the field povelikoj battle in WWII when the partisans defeated a massive German army
this park is also home to one of the last primeval forest – Perucica. With Bosnia’s highest peak (Maglic
Mt. 2,386 m), this is a paradise for hikers, walkers and nature lovers.
In the early 1980’s several teenagers saw a vision of the Virgin Mary. Since then this sleepy
Herzegovina village has been transformed into one of the largest Catholic pilgrimages in the world
The Dervish House from the 16th century, symbolizes the harmonious existence of man and nature.
This stunning structure was built on the largest source in Herzegovina which gushes from a cave at a
depth of 200 meters into the rock.
Winter beauty near Sarajevo. XIV Winter Olympics are long gone, but the slopes still remain, and skiing
in the Olympic style.
This Olympic mountain is also making a steady comeback. This was a place for the men’s slalom andmost challenging ski trails in the country.Off the beaten track and they are not so much frequented and therefore ideal for cross country,as well as for hiking that can be practiced throughout the year,as well as biking and rural tourism.
Known for its Nobel Laureate writer Ivo Andric this Ottoman town still best represents what was oncecalled the European Istanbul.The old mosque and fortress that dot the skyline are as impressive as Bosnian architecture in its full originality that gives this town a special charm.Not far from Travnik is themountain ski resort of Vlasic,a paradise for snowboarders and a place to enjoy the beautiful nature.
Trebizat River creates a wonderful green belt amidst the dry landscape of western Herzegovina.This stunning waterfall runs over 100 meters swoops down from a height of over 26 meters in breathtaking scenes of a great roar and dewy rain.Waterfalls Kravice is an ideal place for a picnic or a swim and definitely provides one of the most picturesque sceneries in Herzegovina.
Tvrdoš the Orthodox monastery from the 14th century which is located near the beautiful towns of
Trebinje and Dubrovnik. The frescoes are among the best in the region and the monastery is home to
several icons from the fifth and sixth centuries.
Local declared the last seats of the medieval Bosnian Kingdom this quaint town is a bastion of ancient
Bosnian history. Medieval fortress and Franciscan monastery, one of the oldest mosques in the country
make a unique and rare experience that is now hard to find in Europe.
Jajce was the last stronghold before falling into the hands of the Ottoman Empire in 1528 year.Known for the massive waterfall that blesses the heart of the city Jajce represents multiple layers of history of the area – with traces of Illyrians and Romans as well as the distinct Bosnian and Ottoman buildings. Pliva Lake region offer a class fly-fishing, as well as many other water sports.