Enjoy the beauty of ‘the heart shaped land’!
Have you already booked your flights to Bosnia and Herzegovina? We’d like to present you with the best gems of this beautiful country in the Balkans. ‘The heart shaped land’ is full of fabulous places of interest that you should definitely visit!
You’ll be surprised that Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of Europe’s less-visited countries as the country offers so many beautiful spots yet to be discovered. It is a place where the people of the Roman Catholic west, Eastern Orthodox east and the Ottoman south met, lived and warred. Many people are aware of the conflict that took place here back in the 1990s, but 20 years on, the country is a safe and welcoming destination. It provides a delightful fusion of East and West in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the most visually stunning corners of Europe, renowned for its natural beauty. Kravica waterfall, situated 10 kilometres (6 miles) south of Ljubuški, is a large tufa cascade on the Trebižat River, in the karstic heartland of Herzegovina. Its height is about 25 metres (80 ft). It is a popular swimming and picnic area with a place to camp. Nearby there is also a small grotto with stalactites made of calcium carbonate. The best time for visiting is spring when the fall is at its fullest.
If you like outdoor activities, you should go hiking in Sutjeska National Park, mountain Igman or Bjelasnica, parts of the Dinaric Alps. To enjoy the breathtaking scenery and pristine wilderness, head to Rama lake (Ramsko jezero), Jablanicko jezero or visit the Strbacki Buk waterfall on Una river. You can also go sunbathing in Neum, a seaside resort on the Adriatic Sea.
How to get there:
Whether you fancy a weekend break or a longer holiday, we’ve got a great selection of flight deals to Bosnia and Herzegovina to choose from! Go and enjoy that breathtaking country!
Where to stay:
While in Tuzla, we encourage you to stay at Rooms Centre with great reviews for only €34 per night with free WiFi and breakfast included.
In Sarajevo you should choose Pansion Harmony. This top rated property offers double rooms with breakfast starting at only €27 per night.
In Mostar we recommend you to book Pansion Rose with free Wi-Fi, breakfast included and great reviews for only €25 per night.
What to do:
The central and eastern part of the country is mountainous and perfect for skiing, trekking, bicycling. In Bihac you can go white-water rafting or canoeing on the river Una.
The southern tip of the country has a Mediterranean climate and about 20 kilometres (12 miles) of coastline surrounding the city of Neum. You can play beach volleyball, rent water sports equipment or just relax and enjoy the sunshine.
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