The Bosna and Hercegovina promo video, which features a number of recognisable locations around Bosna and Hercegovina. Besides well-known natural destinations, the video promotes the country’s cultural and historical heritage, cuisine, active and nautical tourism offerings and other natural beauties Bosna and Hercegovina has to offer.
The most beautiful hidden beauties of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is full of hidden gems that represent it’s long history, rich culture, and amazing nature.
If you want to experience the history the options are endless. Fortress and the old town Vranduk dating back to the 14th century, Počitelj small historical town first mentioned in 1444, they all tell a story of long life in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The beauties of nature in Bosnia and Herzegovina can not be described. From a rare phenomenon “sailors” in the village Kapljuh near Bosanski Petrovac, mysterious Zavidovići Stone Spheres, breathtaking Kravice 28 m high waterfall, Vlašić a mountain in the geographical center of the country, to Tajan Nature Park and many others that all guarantee an unforgettable experience.
Mostar in 4K
While planning a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina one place that can not be skipped is Mostar. A jewel that is green, sunny, full of flowers, and surrounded by untouched nature. The heart of Herzegovina that has been at the crossroads of civilizations. The city that holds maybe the most recognizable attraction in the whole country the Old Bridge.
A high-spirited city with rich culture, the place you will fall in love with and enjoy every bit of it. Sarajevo, as the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a charming city reflecting the perfect symbiosis of the past and the modern, a bridge between the East and the West.
The city itself was established in the 15th century, but dates back to the Neolithic period, and ever since it has symbolized the melting pot of various cultures and religions. Indeed, along only a street you will come across a mosque, a synagogue, an orthodox and a catholic church. You can feel the Olimpic spirit in Sarajevo as a city that hosted the largest Winter Olympic Games of its time thanks to the natural resources of the surrounding mountains, as well as the hospitality of the people.
Necropolis of stećak tombstones Boljuni and Radimlja
Explore the rich history of Herzegovina by visiting the Necropolis of stećak tombstones Boljuni and Radimlja near the city of Stolac.
Stećci (tombstones), are monumental medieval tombstones that lie scattered across the landscape of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The tombstones are nowadays UNESCO heritage and the national monuments of Bosnia & Herzegovina. They are one of the country’s most legendary symbols.
The necropolis of the Boljuni stećak tombstones is located in Boljuni, 12 kilometers southwest of Stolac. 269 stećak tombstones have been preserved in the necropolis, in two groups. Most of the shapes are chests – 176, followed by plates – 76, then gables – 12 and 3 crosses.
The necropolis of stećak tombstones in Radimlje is the most famous site of stećak tombstones, medieval tombstones, in Herzegovina. It is located 3 kilometers west of Stolac.
Stolac is a town in the south of Bosnia and Herzegovina with a rich cultural, artistic, and historical heritage and a municipality with the largest number of cultural monuments in the country. The area of Stolac has been attracting people since prehistoric times with its Mediterranean charm, good water, serene sky, tame landscape, and harmony of natural beauties. Illyrians and Greek sailors, Roman patricians, Gothic invaders from the east, Slavic high dignitaries, Ottoman nobles, Venetian soldiers, Austro-Hungarian governors, and others have left their mark in this area: hillforts and tombstones, names on stone plates – messages for those to come after them.
Trebinje is the southern city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a Mediterranean climate, and during the year there are about 260 sunny days. It has all the ingredients for a perfect holiday: sunny days, welcoming people, rich history, and amazing food.
Thank you for taking the time to look at these beautiful natural pearls. and We look forward to your arrival in our beautiful country