What you will experience
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a culturally rich country thanks to its vibrant history – and today, it is the land of peace and tolerance. This clash of cultures begins with a postcard-perfect settlement dressed with Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean touches – Počitelj. Take a stroll through this UNESCO World Heritage site and a step back in time as our local tour guide will reveal the secrets of Počitelj and share the spirit and diverse culture of the famous town today. Trust us; you don’t want to leave your camera at home.
Mostar is a medieval town straight out of a fairytale; a picture-perfect center of Bosnia and Herzegovina that has roots back to the 14th century and ties to the Ottomans. While Mostar is known for marrying the cultures of the east and west, its iconic Old Bridge is what attracts thousands of tourists each year. The Old Bridge, the heart of the town and a symbol of the Bosnian war, is today one of the most frequented attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The stone arch spanning the Neretva river represents tolerance and connects the two different city sides of the city – Croatian and Muslim. Besides the bridge, Mostar marries Islamic architecture with Mediterranean touches and is an outstanding example of a genuinely multicultural town in the heart of the Balkans.
While we believe all waterfalls are worth chasing, the Kravice falls in Bosnia and Herzegovina should be at the top of your list. After Mostar, you’ll have the chance to visit the Kravice falls for a refreshing swim before heading back to Split. One of Europe’s best kept natural secrets, the Kravice falls gush into the river below and form shallow emerald pools perfect for cooling off from the summer heat. This natural phenomenon provides a cool refuge for rejuvenation; the ideal ending to your day exploring the best that Bosnia and Herzegovina have to offer.
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