Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a fast-growing activity, after the vicissitudes of civil war, the country has infrastructure and tourist facilities of the first order. The country because of its many ethnic groups, cultures and religions, which is reflected in the architecture of cities such as Mostar, Sarajevo, Počitelj, is an interesting destination for tourists. But Bosnia and Herzegovina also attracts tourists for its natural beauty, the country has canyons, waterfalls, gorges and mountains of great beauty.
There are many fascinating and little-known destinations throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina for every type of tourism, the most interesting sites in the country are a wonderful combination of cultural and natural heritage, with a wide variety of landscapes, cultures, art, traditions, languages, religions and peoples.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country with great tourism potential, among the most interesting places to visit are the capital Sarajevo, the historic city of Mostar, which is also among the World Heritage list of UNESCO, the pilgrimage center of Medjugorje, which has become in recent years one of the most important places of Christian pilgrimage in Europe.
Are all to discover the small town centers such as Počitelj, rich in Ottoman art, the tiny but picturesque village of Blagaj near Mostar. Historic towns such as the ancient Tesanj, or as Doboj, surmounted by a beautiful medieval fortress, the town of Visegrad with the bridge of Mehmed Paša Sokolović also an UNESCO World Heritage, and the archaeological remains around Stolac.
Even the nature of Bosnia and Herzegovina has beautiful places to visit such as the Sutjeska National Park, the waterfalls Kravica, Rakitnica canyon, the waterfalls of Jajce, the Una National Park with Ostrožac castle and waterfalls Štrbački Buk and Martin Brod. In Bosnia and Herzegovina there are also renowned winter sports resorts such as those of Bjelašnica, Igman and Jahorina.