Bosnia and Herzegovina is unassumingly beautiful. Nestled within the Dinaric Alps, Bosnian cities are compact and often wrapped around ancient monuments from Austrian and Ottoman times. Small villages with a medieval aura dot the mountainous landscape, while rivers gush down through the craggy gorges, making it a terrific spot for those who love outdoor activity.
While its historic district has been resurrected in the post war era, Sarajevo still wears a few scars from the 90s, much of which has been memorialized in museums such as the Tunnel Museum. No trip to Bosnia is complete without a visit to Mostar’s Stari Most bridge, and its Ottoman remnants add a touch of intrigue.
The country produces excellent wine, brandies and fruit that come from Herzegovina and you will be welcomed with a glass of rose-lemonade or a tipple of brandy at many places. Close to the Adriatic, Herzegovina has an ideal climate and some fascinating ruins that punctuate the landscape of mountain ridges and river valleys. Unearth the hidden beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina with Exeter International.
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