Bosnia and Herzegovina has only 20 km of coastline. But there are some nice sandy beaches and one seaside town Neum. Due to low prices, this area is more and more popular among tourists.


There is a lot to see in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tourists should visit the ancient town of Mostar with many historical buildings, bridges and monuments (those that survived the war). In Sarajevo the recommended sites include the Catholic Cathedral, the Orthodox Cathedral, the mosque Ghazi Husrev-beg and the Sebilj square with the famous fountain.


Bosnia and Herzegovina with its diverse landscape can be a great destination for hikers. The most beautiful areas for hiking include the Bjelasnica Mountains, the Sutjeska National Park and the area along the Neretva River.


This country offers great conditions for winter sports, including downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, sledge and snow scooter rides. The season runs from December to April. The main ski resorts are Bjelasnica, Jahorina, Kupres and Vlasic, all suitable for ski beginners as well as more advanced skiers.

Water sports

One of the most popular water sports is rafting. Rapid rivers of Bosnia and Herzegovina create great conditions for rafting or kayaking, and guarantee unforgettable experience. The coast also offers plenty of choices such as jet skiing, snorkeling and surfing.


Bosnia and Herzegovina’s rivers and lakes (especially Jablanicko Jezero and Busko Jezero) can be a paradise for anglers as they are teeming with fish species, including bass, carp and trout. Fishing requires a license.


Nightlife is especially vibrant in Sarajevo, Banja Luka and Mostar. There are many clubs and bars with live music. Many locals are opened till the late hours.