Bosnia and Herzegovina has some of the most breathtaking natural sights in the world. From emerald green rivers to fascinating Ottoman architecture, this Balkan country has it all and should be one of the places to visit at least once in your lifetime.
Known for the emerald green River Neretva and the iconic Stari Most, Mostar is one of the most picturesque UNESCO-listed old towns in the world. You won’t want to miss a perfect photograph like this, especially during the summer. You’ll also get to see brave men diving off this bridge into the cool water below.
Bjelasnica, a mountain in Central Bosnia to south-west of the capital Sarajevo, has a popular ski resort. During the Winter Olympics in 1984, the mountain hosted the men’s alpine skiing. Some areas are still at risk of unexploded mines, but it’s safe if you stick to the tourist trails.
Discovered by the Romans and called Una, this river stretches a total of 212 kilometres along the border of Bosnia and Croatia. Some say it’s one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. Una River has a range of water sports including paddle boating, kayaking, and white river rafting.
Pocitelj, on the banks of Neretva River, makes a great place to visit while on a trip to Mostar. You can find medieval castles, ruins, and even hike up the hills for amazing views of the town. Natural beauty surrounds the ancient town, making it a perfect place for a photo.
Janjske Otoke, near Sipovo, is one of the most popular places for camping, hiking, and off-road cycling in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You can enjoy the forests, the river and waterfalls like the one below.