About Bosnia & Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is the union of two eponymously-named countries and remains one of the less explored parts of Europe. The Stari Most bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site popularly used as a diving spot though advised against, is the country’s most famous icon. But delve deeper into these lands and you’ll surely be impressed!
Take a boat up to cascading waterfalls that are reminiscent of those found at Croatia’s Plitvice Lakes National Park, explore a cavernous underground system where cave drawings estimated to be over 10,000 years old are located and sip on some of the region’s best tipples you’ll be hard pressed to find outside of the country at their two burgeoning wine regions. Bosnia and Herzegovina’s scenery that comprises of dramatic gorges and swooping valleys is also stunning; take in this beauty on tranquil train rides or on cycling and hiking trails. Don’t forget to stop by the energetic capital, Sarajevo, and grab a cuppa prepared in the traditional Ottoman style.