Popular Destinations in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Shopping in Basarcija


Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina and is the focal point for most of the nation’s cultural and urban activities.

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Mostar is the fifth-largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina and spans both sides of the Neretva River. Go to the City Guide »


Medjugorje is made up of five villages, where the Virgin Mary is believed to have appeared to six Croatians in 1981. Visitors are drawn to the city from around the world on a spiritual pilgrimage. Go to the City Guide »


Neum is Bosnia’s only town on the Adriatic coast and a top resort vacation for savvy travelers who want to enjoy the sun without crowds. Go to the City Guide »


Jablanica is a secluded townnear the Neretva River, perched between the peaks of Cvrsnica and Prenj Mountains. Go to the City Guide »

Banja Luka

Banja Luka is the second largest city in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is the urban center of Republika Srpska. Go to the City Guide »


Tuzla lies near the slopes of Majevica Mountain. It serves as the hub of scientific, economic, cultural, educational, and touristic center of Northeast Bosnia. Go to the City Guide »