Bosnia and Herzegovina – the biggest attractions

 

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Kravica – is one of the highest and undoubtedly the most beautiful waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located among abundant vegetation, close to Ljubuski. Waters of the river of Trezbit fall down from the height of 25m. They create a group of cascades stretching at 100 metres. In the hotest season, it becomes very popular travel destination with numerous cafes, restaurants and other spots. The another interesting place is the city of Mostar which the Old Town with Stari Most has been inscribed into UNESCO's World Heritage List. The river of Naretva flowing under the beautiful stone bridge, picturesque houses, interesting mosques, and divers jumping to the river from the bridge (20 metres). Charming labirynth of narrow cobbled streets with numerous colourful cafes and little shops, impressive mosques of Cejvan Cehaj and Koski Mehmed Pasa and remains of sad war past. Close to Mostar, there is situated marvellous Blagaj which is famous for the 16th-century Dervish house. The house is picturesquely located on the River Buna, just next to its source. Waters flow out from the 200-metre limestone cliff. Along the river, there are cosy restaurants. We also recommend visiting Pocitejl. It is a fortified city located on hills above the river of Naretva. Its origins date back to the 14th century and the reign of the legendary Bosniac ruler – Stjepan Tvrtko I, however most buildings were erected between the 16th and 18th centuries. Cobbled streets run between stone houses, mosques and lead toward the fortress's ruins. The castle offers fantastic views over the Naretva Valley. The 16th – century city of Jajce is the another interesting site which is worth visiting. Jajce is famous for important historical monuments and beautiful nature. Fragments of defence system, a fortress, old Orthodox churches and mosques can be discovered there. There are also catacombs and the Mitra's shrine from the 4th century. The most beautiful view in Jajce is the 20-metre waterfall in the heart of the city. Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo shouldn't be omitted. Sarajevo is a very interesting, nice and wonderful city. It is located in a picturesque valley of the river of Miljacki, surrounded by mountains. It offers many colourful and charming spots, historical monuments and hospitality. The biggest amount of tourists are attracted by Baščaršija – the 15th – century old town. There are numerous shops, cafes, restaurants and historical monuments such as Gazi Husrev-bega mosque.

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