Bosnia and Herzegovina Points of Interest and Places to Visit

Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Sarajevo Tunnel

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 11 Reviews

The Sarajevo Tunnel is an underground tunnel turned war museum, and the best way to learn about the Siege of Sarajevo in Bosnia. Dug out by hand with shovels ...  Read more

Kravice Falls

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 6 Reviews

Spectacular Kravice Falls in Bosnia and Herzegovina are one of Europe’s best-kept natural secrets. Plummeting over 98-foot (30-meter) soft tufa cliffs on the ...  Read more

Blagaj Tekija

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

A ‘tekija’ is a Muslim Dervish monastery and the one found near the rural settlement of Blagaj near Mostar has probably the most spectacular location of any ...  Read more

Kujundziluk (Old Bazaar)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Just a few steps away from Mostar’s landmark Stari Most, the historic bridge that was destroyed in the Balkan Wars of the 1990s, lies the Stari Grad, the ...  Read more

Apparition Hill

Located southwest of Mostar close to the Croatian border, Apparition Hill is a popular Catholic pilgrimage site and the famous home to sightings of ...  Read more

Medjugorje

This city with stunning hillside scenery has a name that literally means “between the mountains”. Its epic landscapes and brilliant green views attract ...  Read more

Pocitelj

With worn steps straggling up a steep and rocky cliff side on the left banks of the Neretva River, Počitelj is a warren-like, stone-built and fortified ...  Read more

Vjetrenica Cave

Almost on the border with Croatia, the UNESCO-listed Vjetrenica cave system is the deepest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, disappearing 3.7 miles (six km) below ...  Read more

Bascarsija

Lying north of the River Miljacka and forming the original heart of Sarajevo’s Old Town (Stari Grad), Bascarsija is a vibrant, bustling Oriental bazaar where ...  Read more

Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque

Bascarsija is the medieval Oriental bazaar lying at the heart of Sarajevo’s Stari Grad (Old Town), where mosques and hammams (baths) date right back to 1462. ...  Read more

Latin Bridge

Curiously innocuous considering its momentous role in 20th-century history, the Latin Bridge spans the River Miljacka between Obala Culina Bana and Obala ...  Read more

National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The National Museum was founded in 1888 when Bosnia was under control of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and moved to its present, regal Art Nouveau accommodation ...  Read more

Neretva River

Running 225 km (140.5 miles) from Lebrsnik in the Dinaric Alps to Ploce on the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, the Neretva is Bosnia’s longest river. The waterway is ...  Read more

Old Bridge (Stari Most)

Constructed in 1566 during the Ottoman occupation on the sight of an earlier wooden bridge, the Old Bridge (Stari Most) in multi-cultural Mostar straddles the ...  Read more

Sahat Kula (Watch Tower)

The landmark Sahat Kula (watch tower) dates from the Ottoman period of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s history and is one of many Turkish-influenced buildings in ...  Read more

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