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Mostar: medieval center dominated by the characteristic Ottoman bridge

Stari Most, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author CJ. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Mostar (130,000 inhabitans), is the largest and most important city of Herzegovina, is situated along the Neretva River and its name comes from the beautiful bridge (Stari Most) built by the Ottoman Turks in the sixteenth century over the river ...

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Medjugorje climate: when to go to Medjugorje

The church of St. James, Međjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Mariusz Musiał. No Copyright

Medjugorje is situated in the southern part of Bosnia-Herzegovina in a vast plain, surrounded by mountains, a few kilometers from the Adriatic sea, in a position that is about half way between Split and Dubrovnik (Ragusa). Because of its position, ...

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Medjugorje: among the most frequented places of Christian pilgrimage in Europe

The statue of Our Lady, Međjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Mariusz Musiał. No Copyright

Medjugorje is a small village in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the former Yugoslavia, a few tens of kilometers from Mostar. Medjugorje became famous, because of six young children (Ivan, Ivanka, Jakov, Mirjana, Marija, and Vicka) who say they have had and still have ...

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How to get to Bosnia Herzegovina: flights, trains, buses, ferries

Stari Most, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Halfmonkey. No Copyright

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA International Flights: The capital Sarajevo is accessible by air from many major European destinations. The airport of Sarajevo, is practically the only international airport operating in the country, it’s only 12 km from the ...

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Bosnia Herzegovina travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To enter in Bosna and Herzegovina you must present your passport or identity card valid for expatriation. EU, American and Canadian citizens do not require a visa to enter the country. Driving Licence: To drive ...

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Bosnia Herzegovina tourist attractions: what to see in Bosnia Herzegovina

Kravice Waterfalls, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Martin Brož. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

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 ...

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Bosnia Herzegovina climate: when to go to Bosnia Herzegovina

Otis and Zelena Glava mountains, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Frfincon. No Copyright

The climate of Bosnia-Herzegovina is continental with Mediterranean influences in the areas closest to the coast, it is characterized by warm summers and cold, snowy winters, temperatures have high annual excursions and rainfall is abundant, well distributed in each month ...

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: great deal of natural beauty, culture and religion

Stari Most, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Halfmonkey. No Copyright

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosna i Hercegovina) is a state, which emerged from the dissolution of Yugoslavia. It consists of three regions: The Republika Srpska (Serbian Republic), the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the District of Brčko. The national capital ...

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