Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the youngest countries and newest tourist destinations in the world. Although this part of south-east Europe has seen more than its fair share of conflict, it is now a peaceful and settled country enjoying its place on the world stage. The 4 million population is still a varied collection of Bosnians, Serbs and Croats but the country has been peaceful since the end of the Bosnian war in 1995. The country now enjoys a successful and rapidly growing tourism industry and has many wonderful landmarks to visit.

Indeed, Bosnia currently has the third highest growth rate in tourism in the world and the cities of Sarajevo and Mostar see most of the visitors. There is some spectacular historic architecture to be seen in the country such as the Stari Most Bridge in Mostar which is famous throughout the area. The best time of year to book a serviced department in Bosnia is July or August to enjoy the best of the Mediterranean weather. The Mediterranean has also had an influence on the cuisine of the country, as well as Turkish and Greek type specialities.

Cities of Bosnia