Travel highlights Bosnia-Herzegovina
Stari Most (Old Bridge) in Mostar
The Stari Most bridge was built in 1556 and restored last century. It used to be one of the most vital trading posts in the Ottoman empire. City of Mostar was built around this beautiful bridge. The bridge, listed on UNESCO World Heritage sites list, is also used for some serious spectacular jumps into Neretva river !
Sarajevo, is a vibrant city tucked between mountains and is nicknamed the European Jerusalem, a place where West and East met. Surrounded by spectacular nature, Sarajevo has a fascinating history and lends itself perfectly well for incentives and events, with plenty of activities to undertake. There are many restaurants, cafes and beautiful hotels
One of the most impressive bridges in the world from the Ottoman empire and a Unesco protected site. It is in the lovely old town of Visegrad, on the Drina river (which forms a natural border with neighbouring Serbia) where we welcome our guest to take river cruise downstream to Zepa river.
Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Bosnia - Herzegovina, the city is a stone treasure trove, where the orient and Mediterranean mix will charm you. Its old town lines the banks of the Trebisnjica River that flows through the heart of the city. The river and the city have always been known for the enormous old mills treading the Trebisnjica.
This beautiful mountain, one of the venues during XIV Winter Olympic Games in 1984, is a snow and ski paradise and great for all winter sports. The ski lifts climb to 1,894m with fabulous views towards Sarajevo.
The gem of this region is the crystal-clear water of the Trebizat River. Southeast of Ljubuski are the Kravica Waterfalls. Stretching over 120m across and tumbling down 25 metres, Kravica is one of the largest waterfalls in Herzegovina and certainly the most impressive one
Jajce – open air museum
Jajce - a city of stone, light and water, the royal castle, town-museum under the open sky, was built on the banks of the rivers Pliva and Vrbas. Near the city are the Big and Little Pliva Lakes, between which small watermills have been built, known as Mlincici among the people in Jajce. The city's trademark is the magnificent 17-meter-high waterfall (the place where the series of travertine rocks of the river Pliva plunges into the river Vrbas). The waterfall decorates the center of town, which makes this place unique in the world.
This beautiful town is surrounded by rolling green hills. It is split in two by the Vrbas, a very rough river that, where, just a short distance from Banja Luka, its waterfalls and cascades stop, and it flows gently into town.