10 Best places to visit in Bosnia and
1. Sarajevo - Baščaršija
Baščaršija is the old part of Sarajevo. It's important and ''must see'' tourist
attraction. It has some special ''Ottoman look'' from mosques, shops,
squares.. Baščarsija is the center of Sarajevo, and there is always lots of
people. It's very rich with important historical, cultural and religious
2. Old Bridge Mostar
Old Bridge in Mostar is one of the famous historical monuments in Bosnia
and Herzegovina. It's the symbol of this town. It's named as the one of the
20th most beautiful bridges all over the world.
Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (natively: mostari) who in the
medieval times guarded theStari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva.
Today, it is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's most recognizable
landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic
architecture in the Balkans
3. The Waterfall in Jajce
The waterfall of the Pliva river is in the centre of Jajce and is one of the
twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world. This is also the only one
that is situated in the middle of a town. The clean and clear Pliva river
falls from 17 meter high into the river Vrbas in a magnificient way. This is
a natural monument of beauty.
4. Blagaj - Buna river
One of the finest remaining buildings from the Ottoman rule in Bosnia and
Herzegovina is Dervish House (tekija) at the natural spring of the river
Buna in Blagaj. (12 km from Mostar) It was built in the 16th century, and
has special historical and religious value in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The
famous natural spring of Buna River is the largest karst pring in Europe,
with an average annual flow rate of 43 m³ per second. The spring is to be
found under a 200 metre high rock and, very near it, stands the
fascinating dervish Tekija monastery that, together with its surrounding
landscape, creates a unique and unrepeatable scenery.
5. Una National Park
This area represents a unique natural complex in this part of Europe, very
valuable for the conservation of the total landscape and biodiversity.
The area of the National Park is located on the extreme western part of
Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the municipality of Bihac. Famous Štrbački
Buk and complex of the Una waterfalls at Martin Brod, along with the
Unac River and its canyon, and the Una itself, are the main natural
features of Una National Park in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
6. The Watefalls of Kravice
Among the most fascinating naturalistic features of this region are the sparkling
waterfalls of Kravice, about 40 km from Mostar
The waters of the Trebižat River branch out, cascading from the tuﬀ walls from a
height of 30 metres, and they form a natural amphitheatre. Popular in the
summer season above all with rafting enthusiasts and locals, it is the perfect
place for all those who wish to relax and enjoy themselves in the midst of an
uncontaminated atmosphere, accompanied by the constant sound of waterfalls
in the background.
7. The Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge
This is a historic bridge in Višegrad, over the Drina River in eastern Republika
Srpska entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was completed in 1577. by the
Ottoman court architect Mimar Sinan on the order of the Grand Vizier Mehmed
Paša Sokolović. UNESCO included the facility in its 2007 World Heritage List. The
bridge is widely known because of the book ''The Bridge on the Drina'' (1945)
written by Yugoslav writer Ivo Andrić, Nobel prize winning author.
8. Hutovo blato Natural park
Ducks, pheasants, hawks and many other birds can ﬁnd a safe and protected
refuge here, before leavingfor North-Africa; there are also numerous examples of
ﬁsh, coming from the Adriatic Sea, which come here to lay their eggs. The marshy
area is formed by the Krupa and Matica Rivers which ﬂow into the Neretva
9. Vrelo Bosne (Spring of river Bosna)
Source of river Bosna is famous local place for picnic, rest and enjoy in nature.
There is a long alley, where you can walk or you can take a carriage. Many
visitors take a carriages, because they don't want to walk and they want to
experience drive through the beautiful alley.
The spring of river Bosna is natural park protected by law. The water is very
clean. You can walk through the paths in the woods, where is quiet and peace.
Many families come here with children to spend weekend.
On the Spring of river Bosna, very often you will see swans and other birds. It's
very nice place for enjoy and rest.
10. Tunel spasa (Tunnel of Hope)
''Tunnel of Hope'' has become a symbol of the siege of Sarajevo during the last
It was built under the airport runway and became the hope for people in
Sarajevo. Through the tunnel were coming supplies, remedies and food. Today, it
is an unusual museum. Thousands of people from Bosnia and tourists visit
tunnel every year.
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