Bosnia-Herzegovina is emerging as another of Europe’s southern darlings – and with pearly lakes and quaint historical villages, it isn’t hard to see why.

Barely discovered Bosnia is strange enough to be interesting, but familiar enough to dive into. With a culture inflected by periods of Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian and Yugoslavian rule, there’s such a wealth of history here. In the idyllic towns of Jajce and Bihać, old churches, forts and towers rest in flourishing scenery of waterfalls and rivers. The capital of Sarajevo has bounced back from the war with restored streets; mosques and churches within meters from one another, and a lovely old Turkish quarter, Baščaršija.

Our Bosnia and Herzegovina trips

Bosnia and Herzegovina tour reviews

Our Bosnia and Herzegovina trips score an average of 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews in the last year.

Highlights of Croatia & the Balkans, June 2016

Monika Grossenbacher

Highlights of Croatia & the Balkans, May 2016

shirley Battrick
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