Destination: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Let’s visit the southern Europe and meet the friendly Bosniaks, Serbs and Croats. Sarajevo, the capital city, is still in the minds of many as the place of harsh fights when in 1991-1995 Bosnia and Herzegovina experienced the bloody civil war. Today it is a dynamically developing country offering numerous landmarks and sites for heritage lovers as well as adventure seekers. Welcome to the “Srca južne Evrope” – Heart of SE Europe.


Nature, History, and People - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Larry Brain

Going to a public health clinic in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be a frightening experience. The 'system' of medical care from the socialist era is very much alive in BiH. Most westerners would be appalled at the standard procedures (or lack of them) and type of treatment given at public hospitals and health centers...

The Growing Potential of BiH

Vanderlei J. Pollack

According to the UNWTO (World Tourism Organization) predictions, Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the leading countries in the world in terms of the expected growth of tourism up to 2015...

The Heart Shaped Land Welcomes Visitors

Chris Grad

There are many fascinating destinations throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina for every type of tourist. In BiH, one gets the best of both worlds. Here, the most interesting and attractive sites are a wonderful mix of this tiny country's cultural and natural heritage. It is almost impossible to separate them, for it is from this pristine nature that its cultures and traditions evolved...

Balkans: Safer Than You Think

Gregory Dolgos

The myth is collapsing. Not only have conventional crime rates dropped significantly in the Balkans, but the countries of Southeastern Europe are among the safest in the world, with personal safety higher than in Western Europe and lower violent crime rates, according to a UN report...

Sarajevo: More Visible on the International Tourist Map

James Morris

Tourism Association of the Sarajevo Canton has been engaged in many projects and activities related to the promotion of tourism. Positive results of such activities are seen in the increased number of arrivals and stays in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina...