Bosnia and Herzegovina

Last updated: 5 November 2017
Twenty years after suffering the deprivations of war Bosnia and Herzegovina is now at peace. The scars of the war are still visible on many of the buildings but the people have started rebuilding. Located on the Baltic peninsula the architecture and culture has been influenced by both their Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian conquerors of the past and this influence is visible in the many medieval villages.

Bosnia and Herzegovina boasts some impressive natural beauty. The mountains are bursting with clear and sparkling streams where the water is good to drink. Boating on the many waterways and lakes is very popular, as is white water rafting.

Bosnia and Harzegovina

Hiking, horse riding or cycling on the mountain trails offers the visitor peaceful and scenic mountain vistas and quaint old villages to visit.  The mountainous countryside is also home to inexpensive ski resorts.

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