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What to See in Bosnia and Herzegovina

If you like to traverse the untrodden, Bosnia and Herzegovina, a nation in southeastern Europe, is worth the visit. In spite of the popularity of neighboring Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina remains the crowning glory of the Balkans.
Sucheta Pradhan Jun 17, 2020
With breathtaking natural views, centuries-old history, and awe-inspiring architecture, Bosnia and Herzegovina packs quite the punch. Moreover, it is also surprisingly one of those budget-friendly destinations in Europe.
Flip through for some of the must-see places in Bosnia and Herzegovina!
Bijela Tabija, Sarajevo
The White Fortress located on a hill overlooking Sarajevo and the national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina that was used to house the gun-crew and to store ammunition in the medieval times.
Baščaršija, Sarajevo
The Old Bazaar with narrow streets located in the very heart of Sarajevo where local artisans sell their wares including metalwork, jewelry, pottery, and so on.
Vijećnica, Sarajevo
Sarajevo’s City Hall, the city’s most iconic landmark that houses the biggest library in Bosnia and Herzegovina and attracts loads of foreign tourists each year.
Sutjeska Memorial, Tjentište
A World War II monument built to commemorate the battle of Sutjeska, in which over 7,000 people were killed.
Alifakovac Cemetery, Sarajevo
Sarajevo's largest and most beautiful cemetery with around 300 tombs of the city’s elite elders including judges, Islamic scholars, craftsmen, agas, and other eminent citizens.
Stari Most, Mostar
A hump-backed Ottoman-style bridge built over river Neretva, connecting the old Mostar city with the new one.
Kravica Waterfall, Karstic Heartland of Herzegovina
A beautiful tufa cascade on the Trebižat River and a very popular swimming and picnic area for tourists.
Perućica, Tjentište
One of the last remaining primeval rainforests in Europe with several scenic trekking routes for tourists, and awe-inspiring flora and fauna.
Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge, Višegrad
A historic bridge built over the Drina River in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2007.
Apparition Hill, Međugorje
A popular Catholic pilgrimage site that rose to prominence after the Virgin Mary allegedly appeared on the hill in 1981.
Sarajevo Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track, Sarajevo
A war-torn 1884 Winter Olympics relic built on Trebević mountain that now showcases amazing graffiti all over.
Klinje Lake, Gacko
An artificial lake with clear turquoise waters surrounded by scenic mountains – a very popular tourist spot in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Museum of Eastern Bosnia, Tuzla
A museum showcasing rich but complicated history of Eastern Bosnia with almost 50,000 exhibits covering 6,500 years of regional history.