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3 popular regions in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

  1. 1
    Jahorina Region
  2. 2
    Vlašić Region
  3. 3
    Sarajevo Canton

Explore and find hotels in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ever a sight for sore eyes, Bosnia and Herzegovina tempts travellers from all over the world with its fusion of eastern and western cultures. Situated on the Balkan peninsula, its mountainous landscape makes it a hiking wonderland, filled with medieval castle ruins, rafting rivers and waterfalls Baščaršija (Old Town of Sarajevo) is a highlight of the country’s weave of cultures and heritage. As you stroll through the age-old streets, you’ll spot some of the city’s most famous landmarks, such as the Sebilj fountain and a myriad of mosques, bazaars and quaint cafés. Showcasing the force of nature, Bosnia and Herzegovina is a great spot for watersports like white-water rafting – practically a national pastime, and best enjoyed along the Neretva river. If that’s not got your adrenaline pushed to the limit, then you can also paraglide or scale waterfalls. The country offers a wide range of hotels, hostels, motels. Guesthouses (pansiona) can be found in a few other towns such as Jajce and Visoko.