Bosnia Guide WLB
Visiting not only Bosnia but also whole Balkans is now on a high standart with us.
Sarajevo "New Tourism Center of The Balkans"
You will feel youself among happy and beatiful people in the capitol of the region. According to some people Sarajevo is still the most beautiful city in the Europe. Free yourself in these streets; let Sarajevo tell you its story....
Mostar "Famous and Beautiful"
Mostar, is thousands of years old, young girl. Attractive, delicate as well as full with love... You will fall in love with the town as many who came here did.
Travnik "Historical Center"
Travnik has been a unique place for thousands of years, blended with history and literature of the cultures.
Jajce “City of waterfalls”
Jajce, made of stone, light and water, is a royal town and an open air museum, built on the confluence of two great rivers - the Pliva and the Vrbas. Around Jajce you can find the beautiful Great and Small Pliva lakes both equipped with water mills, which the local people call «mlinčići».
Bihac “Nature is calling you”
It were these far northwest frontier lands that drew the line between the Ottomans and the Austro-Hungarians. Bihac is a charming little town centered on the banks of the Una River. The town is teeming with café’s that inevitably gravitate around the beautiful Una. It is more than worth a visit to Bihac or any of the towns that live off these emerald waters.
Banja Luka “The green town”
This beautiful town is surrounded by rolling green hills. It is split in two by the Vrbas, a very rough river that, just a short distance from Banja Luka, suddenly loses its waterfalls and cascades, and flows gently into town.
Trebinje “You should see Trebisnjica river and Leotar mountain”
This southernmost city in Bosnia and Herzegovina is only 28km from the famous city of Dubrovnik. Trebinje ranks with Mostar and Stolac in terms of beauty but fortunately escaped the fates of these two towns and was not heavily damaged during the war, leaving its old town intact.
Tuzla “University Town”
The mineral-water springs at Slana Banja and Kiseljak are amongst the greatest natural resources in Tuzla. The underground exploitation of raw materials, however, has created such large sinkholes that a good part of the old town has caved in.