Sarajevo represents the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the place where different cultures meet and make Sarajevo unique multicultural center. Find out why Sarajevo is called an Jerusalem of Europe!
This is the story about sorrow life of the last Bosnian queen. In the history of medieval Bosnia, only a few woman have left such a prominent mark as Katarina/ Catherine Vukcic Kosaca. She was born into the powerful House of Kosaca, staunch supporters of the Bosnian church. Her father was a distinguished Bosnian aristocrat,…
Vrelo Bosne is located just a half hour drive from Sarajevo. It's name translates literally as the springs of Bosna. Vrelo Bosne present a beautiful peaceful setting ideal for family relaxation. It offers fresh chilled air, even on hot summer days.
Find out more about the horrors that occurred during the war in Bosnia. Sarajevo was the city that held the longest siege in human history. This tour will definitely leave you speechless. A must do for every visitor to Sarajevo!
The Srebrenica town and its massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide, is the place where the July 1995 massacre happened. More than 8,000 Bosniaks ware killed there during the Bosnian war, mainly men and boys, in and around the town of Srebrenica.
Visit Vranduk and Tesanj fortress, two of the most preserved medieval fortresses of Bosnian Kingdom. Vranduk is a castle built during the Bosnian Kingdom time while Tesanj is the biggest fortress in Bosnia and exact date of its build is unknown.
The Sutjeska National Park is Bosnia and Herzegovina's oldest national park. The park is also famous as being the location of the Battle of the Sutjeska in 1943 during World War II and a home to Perućica, an primeval forest, one of the last two remaining ancient forests in Europe.
Visit Bijambare nature park and its caves complex. A perfect place to have a picnic with family or to explore the natural caves and its wonders. Access to the caves is available during summer season April to December