Mostar has tons of beautiful architecture to offer including beautifully reconstructed Stari Most, an old Ottoman bridge. Situated on the banks of the Neretva River, Mostar is the cultural heart of the Herzegovina region

Kravice Waterfalls, which are surrounded by rich forest, fall from a height of 25 meters, into a lake at the base of the falls.

Jahorina, which is a ski resort, is connected to the Sarajevo airport by a motorway. This area is very beautiful and perfect for outdoor activities in the snow.

Buna is a short river in Bosnia and Herzegovina, famous for the Buna Spring. Buna is one of the strongest springs in Europe with extremely cold water.

Sutjeska National Park is the oldest nature reserve in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The region is mountainous and forested. One of the highest waterfalls in Bosnia, Skakavac is located here.

Sarajevo is the capital and largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This city has a rich cultural history and a beautiful night-time skyline. There are many excellent examples of architecture in this region.

Stolac is one of Herzegovina’s prettiest castle towns. Ottoman gems of the Carsija area and mill races on the Bregava River are historical structures of the town.

Travnik, the castle town, was once the seat of Bosnia’s Ottoman governors