Mostar is the famous place to visit in Bosnia. The serene nature of this place seems to be taken directly out of a fairytale book. It’s harder to describe this unique place in just a few words. Another thing about this city is every time you visit this place, there is something new and exciting things to watch and amazing people to meet there as well. Here are some places to visit in Mostar like Koski Mehmed Pasa Mosque, The Neretva River, The old bridge (Stari Most), Muslibegović House, War Photo Exhibition, Old Bridge Museum, Carsija (Market) and many other places which will make you surprise. Don’t forget to visit this place, every trip to Balkans, must include the trip to Mostar as well!
There really is no other place like Mostar. It’s one of the most charming, clean, and interesting places you may ever see in your travels. Stari Most hovers above the Neretva River, which is also where you might see divers jumping from the bridge.
This place is the capital of Herzegovina and Bosnis. Visiting this place will change your world forever. The places here gives more information about the fateful day and reveals the history of the place. A minaret and clock tower in Old Town Sarajevo is the area of attraction here. Another iconic attraction place is the City Mall, nearby Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque (the first mosque in the world to have electricity), Sarajevo Cathedral and many more.
Yes, the most important thing is don’t fail to discover the delights of Bosnian Cuisine. The variety of dishes serves splendid cuisine to the visitors and leave them enthral.
The capital is considered the “Jerusalem of Europe” because of its wide diversity of Muslims, Catholics, Orthodox, and Jews. It’s normal finding mosques, churches, and synagogues close to one another. Sarajevo is one of the most diverse and tolerant capitals.
3. Vrelo Bosne
The natural monument, Vrelo Bosne, is spread out over 603 hectares at the foot of Mount Igman in Ilidža, about 15 kilometers from the center of Sarajevo. As it is the source of the Bosna River, with lovely lakes full of fish and swans and small green islands, and since temperatures in summer are several degrees lower here than in Sarajevo, Vrelo Bosne has been a favorite outing destination for Sarajevans for the past 100 years.
Playgrounds, cafés, ice-cream stands, horse and carriage rides, photographers, and painters are all found here. Yes, the water really is as crystal clear as in the pictures! It’s normal to find swans and ducks swimming around, and small bridges from which you can view them. If you go to Bosnia, I recommend you definitely stop by Vrelo Bosne.
Credits: Travelling Buzz