Sarajevo is historically one of the most interesting cities in Europe. It is an example of the clash of civilizations and historical turbulences, and a beacon of hope for peace and tolerance.
Famous for its 1520 Dervish monastery built under a cliff and on the spring of the clear waters of the Buna River. The whole location is stunning and well worth a day visit from Mostar.
Beautiful holiday town on Jablanica Lake. Known for the railway bridge over the Neretva River that was destroyed by partisans during WWII. Popular for kayaking, fishing, and hiking.
In 1981 an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to some local children asking them to spread messages of love and peace. The town is now a busy pilgrimage centre.
The enchanting Old Town of Mostar oozes charm with its cobblestone streets and bustling market stalls. For views, walk across the iconic UNESCO-listed Old Bridge.
Neum is the only town to be situated along Bosnia and Herzegovina's 20km of coastline, making it the country's only access to the Adriatic Sea.
The lovely hillside town of Počitelj is a historic site on the bank of the Neretva River. It is an Ottoman-era fortress village with picture-perfect architecture.
Traditional town full of cultural diversity and an abundance of organic food. The pristine surrounds are a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, with great hiking trails and canyoning trips.
One of the oldest towns in the area and capital of the dish “cevapi”, a traditional grilled meat dish. The beautifully Ornamented Mosque is a star attraction.
Impressive cave with the largest underground biodiversity in the world. Located in Popovo Polje, an area known for its karstic and speleological features.