Travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina means discovering a culture, tradition and gastronomy of a country with a lot of temperament and without a doubt, one of the best price-quality relations among European countries. Bosnia and Herzegovina with fascinate us because of its link between the West and the East. Although the traces of the war in the 90 are still visible, the country is nowadays characterized by high mountains where you can practice ski, rivers with excellent conditions for kayaking or rafting, vibrant capital of Sarajevo and beautiful nature spots of the Herzegovina region.
Sarajevo and the historic Mostar city have beautiful old town districts. Look for Bascarsija in Sarajevo and you will be rewarded with authentic Turkish coffee, local craft shops and a bunch of restaurants that offer cevapcici, earlier mentioned grilled minced meat. You will have the filling you just stepped in the »1001 nights« tale.
Mostar on the other hand is a city of culture and many music festivals. Enjoy the ride from Sarajevo along with the turquoise Neretva river to arrive to this UNESCO world heritage city, interwoven with cobbled streets, lively cafés and peaceful galleries.
If you are staying in the Croatian coastal cities of Dubrovnik and Split, you can take a daily excursion to Mostar with a stop in Medjugorje, one of the Europe’s most visited pilgrim sites. The region of Herzegovina hides other interesting cities like Pocitelj or Trebinje and natural spots like Blagaj or Kravica waterfalls.
There you can also try an exquisite local vine, tangerines, honey and herbs.