Despite its good location, mild climate and many attractions, Bosnia and Herzegovina for a long time could not compete with its more famous tourist neighbors. But in recent years, this small country has attracted more and more visitors.
Tourists from all over the world are attracted by ski resorts, wonderful beaches of Neum, picturesque landscapes and original local cuisine. Bosnia and Herzegovina is deservedly called the easternmost of the European states. Catholic and Orthodox churches here peacefully coexist with mosques, and medieval buildings and streets – with new buildings of recent years.
Lovers of philosophical reflections should definitely visit the place of the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand on the Latin Bridge and the fortified bunker of the Marshal Tito in the cave near Drvara.
In memory of visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina, you can bring very beautiful embroidered textiles, leather clothes and shoes, as well as a variety of delicacies – baklava, sudzhuk cookies, strong fruit raki or local wine.