Hiking “the Swiss Alps” in Bosnia: Mt. Vranica
If conquering high peaks is your thing and if you are choosy when it comes to the choice of destination, why not discovering one of the best-kept hiking secrets in the Balkans? Mind-blowing sceneries, untouched nature and mesmerizing glacial lake in the middle of that landscape – doesn’t it sound like an ideal hiking setting somewhere in Switzerland or Austria? Yet, it is in the heart of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and it is totally off-the-beaten-path. Insider’s tip: hurry up to conquer the…
Best of Bosnia and Herzegovina: What to See and Do | Two Wandering Soles
The Ultimate Bosnia Travel Guide: What to do, where to go and what to see while traveling to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
11 Stunning Places to Visit in Bosnia & Herzegovina - Sofia Adventures
Top travel bloggers pick their favorite places to visit in Bosnia to help you plan the perfect Bosnia itinerary - from common Bosnia destinations like Mostar and Sarajevo to off the beaten path gems like Trebinje, Konjic, and Banja Luka to tiny villages like Lukomir and Olovo, this #Bosnia travel guide has something for everyone!
Top 5 Cities To Visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina | Bearly Here
The best time to visit Balkans is now: we put together a list of Top 5 Cities To Visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Blagaj: Sufi houses and Springs
The village of Blagaj in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be found hugging the blue-green Buna River, a mere 7km South of Mostar. It is considered one of the most mystical places in the whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is the site of the Blagaj Tekija, a 15th Century Sufi house for dervishes. Alongside the historic Tekija, the Vrelo Bune spring erupts from a cave as the source of the Buna River. It is most definitely worth the trip to see nature, history and Ottoman architecture at it's best…
Bosnia and Herzegovina - One night in Mostar - HeNeedsFood
Old stone buildings, pastel façades, stone roofs, domes and minarets make up the enchanting historic part of town. This is Mostar.