White water rafting meets wandering the intricate stone architecture of Sarajevo
Zdravo! Hello, and welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Though still war-damaged from its relatively recently-ended Communist era and civil war, Bosnia and Herzegovina most clearly bears the marks of both Ottoman and Austrio-Hungarian rule. Architecture veers from Eastern domes to Baroque steeples, and the landscape is craggily beautiful and wild. Sarajevo’s buildings climb hills, meaning there are fantastic views from all over the city. This is another Eastern European success-story in progress. Bosnia and Herzegovina is getting hip, with backpackers now giving way to the weekend break crowd and young professional movers and shakers. So, get there fast! If you want to see one of the most beautiful bridges in Europe in the form of Stari Most, and traipse through unspoiled hills, all at a very affordable price, VISIT BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.