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Bosnia and Herzegovina attractions: what to see in Bosnia

Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a fast growing activity. After the vicissitudes of the civil war, the country has equipped itself with first-rate infrastructures and tourist structures. The country is interesting thanks to its multiple ethnic groups, cultures and religions, which are reflected in the architecture of cities such as Mostar, Sarajevo and Počitelj. Bosnia and Herzegovina is an interesting destination for tourists. But Bosnia and Herzegovina also attracts tourists to other attractions such as its natural beauty. The country has canyons, waterfalls, gorges and mountains of great beauty.

A LITTLE KNOWN COUNTRY BUT RICH IN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS

There are many fascinating and little known attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina. These destinations are for all types of tourism. The most interesting sites in the country are a splendid combination of cultural and natural heritage. This nation has a wide range of landscapes, cultures, art, traditions, languages, religions and populations.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country with great tourist potential. Among the most interesting places to visit are the capital Sarajevo. The historic city of Mostar, which is also among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Medjugorje pilgrimage center, which has become one of the most important Christian pilgrimage sites in Europe in recent years.

Small historical centers such as Počitelj, full of Ottoman testimonies, are all to be discovered. The very small but suggestive village of Blagaj near Mostar. Historic towns like ancient Tešanj, or like Doboj dominated by a beautiful medieval fortress. The city of Višegrad with the Mehmed Paša Sokolović bridge also a UNESCO heritage site. Archaeological remains around Stolac.

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s nature also has lovely places to visit such as Sutjeska national park and Kravica waterfalls. But also the Rakitnica canyon and the Jajce waterfalls. Other interesting destinations are the Una national park with the castle of Ostrožac and the waterfalls of Štrbački Buk and Martin Brod. In Bosnia and Herzegovina there are also established winter sports centers such as those of Bjelašnica, Igman and Jahorina.

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