Vitez

Vitez

Vitez – Small City With a Big Possibilities Things to do in Vitez   Vitez has a very unusual name for a city, literally means knight, and is linked to many legends about its origin. The first written trace of the city dates from 1590, when the mosque was built on the ruins of knight’s […]

Livno

Livno

Meet Livno – Blend of Dalmatian, Ottoman and Socialist Culture   Livno is an interesting blend of Dalmatian, Ottoman and socialist structures. From the beginning to the end of Ottoman rule in Livno was built as many as 14 mosques, more than that, except in Sarajevo, Mostar and Banja Luka, was only in Travnik. All this […]

Banja Luka

Banja Luka

Things to do in Banja Luka Banja Luka is dominated by the river Vrbas and Kastel fortress that was built on the river bank. The fortress has survived earthquakes and wars and is one of the best preserved in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Banja Luka is the administrative centre of the Serbian Republic and the second […]

Old Town in Tuzla

Tuzla

Things to do in Tuzla   Tuzla is one of the oldest settlements in Europe with continuity of living. The proof of that is that they found the remains of the old settlement from Neolithic times. The first written mention of town dates from 950. Tuzla is known as an industry town, the city of coal […]

Old Bridge, Mostar

Mostar

Meet Mostar   Mostar is the administrative centre of Herzegovina and its largest city. It has always had a reputation as a nice place for living because of its mild and favourable climate, with over 230 sunny days a year and winds that make the air in town so intoxicating. Because of its history, Mostar has […]

Sarajevo

Sarajevo

Things to do in Sarajevo Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Known for its mixture of different cultures and turbulent history certainly is the attraction for many tourists. The low cost of food, drink and accommodation and an interesting history are the reasons why in recent years the number of tourists in Bosnia […]