Deep emerald green of Bregava River leaves no one indifferent. On its way to Neretva it passes Stolac and is a favorite summer spot of those who are lucky enough to live around.
Sarajevo, the capital and cultural center of Bosnia and Herzegovina has been on the crossroads of East and West for centuries. The biggest and most important city of the Ottoman Empire in the Balkans.
Does experiencing true wilderness in the heart of Europe sound good to you? How about wandering through acres of pristine primeval forest with bears and wolves crossing your path? If the answer is yes, you shouldn’t miss Sutjeska National Park.
Boračko Lake, an emerald gem of Bosnia and Herzegovina is surrounded by three majestic mountains and covered in dense forest.
This masterpiece of Ottoman era was finished in 1531. and is the most famous and largest historical mosque in Sarajevo. It is also the most beautiful one.
Emperor's Mosque is considered one of the most beautiful mosques of the Ottoman period in the Balkans. It is also the first one built after the Ottoman conquest of BiH.
The world’s largest Buddhist monument At the centre of the island of Java, Indonesia, close to yet another active volcano (Mt. Merapi) lies the Borobudur Temple, one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world. Next to Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Bagan in Myanmar it is one of the places you don’t want to miss when traveling Southeast Asia. Borobudur...
Mount Bromo and the surrounding 5 volcanoes make a perfect post apocalyptic scene. Smoking calderas, piles of ash and people wearing balaclavas everywhere.
Umoljani is another interesting and attractive highland village in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's lush surroundings, breathtaking hikes, mysterious medieval tombstones and dragon legends invite travelers from around the globe to experience its magic.
Probably the most scenic road in all of BiH would be the mountain road meandering the breathtaking landscapes of Bjelašnica and Visočica Mountains and connecting continental Bosnia with Mediterranean Herzegovina. You can drive all the way from Sarajevo to Konjic through some truly picturesque mountain landscapes and have a glimpse at its well preserved mountain...