Exploring Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Popular Places to Visit

Maglic Mountain

Maglic Mountain is part of the mountain range on the border between Bosnia and Montenegro. The best photos are often from the heart-shaped lake, Trnovačko, in Montenegro.

Sutjeska, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Volujak Mountain

Volujak Mountain is on the border between Bosnia and Montenegro in Republika Srpska. Hiking this beautiful mountain can be a fun challenge for outdoor enthusiasts.

Sutjeska, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Trebisnjica River

Trebinje, a town in Republika Srpska, has the Trebisnjica River passing through. The best view of the historic Ottoman style Arslanagic Bridge is from Crkvina Hill.

Trebinje, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Drina River

Visegrad’s UNESCO-listed Ottoman bridge over the Drina River was designed by one of the greatest architects of the time and is a major tourist attraction in Bosnia.


Višegrad, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Kravice Waterfall

When Spring comes, Kravice Waterfall is a great place to visit. When Summer comes, less water flows but it’s shallow enough for locals and tourists to swim in the river.

Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Una River

Discovered by the Romans and called Una, this river stretches a total of 212 kilometres along the border of Bosnia and Croatia. Some say it’s one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. Una River has a range of water sports including paddle boating, kayaking, and white river rafting.

Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Sutjeska National Park

The national park Sutjeska is the oldest and the biggest national park in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is the home to the last virgin forest in Europe. Moreover, the highest peak of Maglic mountain (2386 m) is also situated inside the national park and it is at the same time the highest peak of the country.

People mostly visit Sutjeska because they want to experience the beautiful nature this park offers, so it is obvious there are numerous marked paths intended for hikers so they could fully explore the park.

For those who like to explore on bike, there is one trail specially for cyclists. The trail starts at Tjentiste (by the Information Centre) where you have the option of renting bicycles if you don’t have your own.

Adrenaline addicts have the opportunity to experience the rafting on the Tara river in the Sutjeska canyon. Tourists who decide to ‘ride’ the Tara river will get the following rafting equipment: neoprene suit and boots, life jacket, helmet and paddle, and in case of rain, a raincoat. They will be trained by professional skipper, who controls the boat. 

The main entrance of the NP Sutjeska is located at the northern part of the park, near the village of Tjentiste, where the park administration is located. Inside the park area, you have several options for overnight stay Or you can camp in the nearby Sutjeska river valley or Tjentiste valley which are suitable for pitching tents.

Tjentiste, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Janjske Otoke

Janjske Otoke, near Sipovo, is one of the most popular places for camping, hiking, and off-road cycling in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You can enjoy the forests, the river and waterfalls.

Sipovo, Bosnia And Herzegovina


Located between Doboj and Zenica is Zepce, a beautiful town in the valley that’s surrounded by mountains. The roaring River Bosna flows through.

Zepce, Bosnia And Herzegovina

Buna Springs

Dervish House in Buna Springs is one of the most visited places in Bosnia and Herzegovina for a beautiful mixture of natural beauty and architecture. It is not so far from the town-village Blagaj (only 7 km from Mostar) in Herzegovina.

The Buna spring that is source of river Buna is one of the largest and most beautiful springs in Europe. It’s producing about 30 m3/sec. extremly clear water.

It is particularly interesting place where water appears and flows from the depths of the cave in the gorge at the foothill of Hum …simply unforgettable view and experience!

Mostar, Bosnia And Herzegovina