With fresh water flowing out from the spring of the Buna river in all different shades of cyan, and a wonderfully preserved and still functioning tekke, Blagaj is an enchanting little spot to have a Bosnian coffee or lunch.
The largest city in the Herzegovina region, Mostar is one of the top attractions in the entire country thanks to its impressive Ottoman old town and Stari Most (Old Bridge) that straddles the turquoise Neretva.
Konjic is a pleasant town, a home of Stara Cuprija, a well-preserved Ottoman-era Old Bridge. Hidden in its hills is one of the best-kept military secrets in Yugoslav history, Tito’s 6,500 square meter nuclear bunker, ARK D-0, now open for tours.
Wild horses, funky Yugoslav monuments, a primeval forest, great hiking, and the highest peak in Bosnia & Herzegovina…What is not amazing about Sutjeska National Park?
Lukomir is a magical mountain village where very traditional Bosnian lifestyle has been fully maintained. It is not as isolated as it used to be due to its increased popularity and the growing number of tour operators offering it as day trip from Sarajevo.