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Ancient ruins, cobbled villages, impressive rivers… need we say more? Get going and find out why you’ll fall in love with Bosnia and Herzegovina, with all your Bosnia tour essentials taken care of by us, and all the optional experiences to tailor the Bosnia trip of your dreams. We give you the freedom to create your own adventure, whether you want to see Europe’s largest karst spring and the historical monuments of Blagaj, or discover the moving stories of the Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope.
Join your Local Specialist on your Sarajevo trip to learn more about Bosnia's history, including their fight for independence which ended in 1995. We'll explore centuries of religious history in the stunning mosques, synagogues and churches, and see the Eternal Flame and Sarajevo Roses dotted across the city as a reminder of the turmoil the city lived through.
It’s not hard to get in the mood for some Bosnian food with everything from hot meat dumplings and grilled sausages to thick bean soups on the menu.
They say that Bosnians have been eating cevapi for around 500 years and every region has their own special recipe. These grilled meat sausages are usually made with a mix of beef, lamb or pork, although no matter where you go, it’s practically the rule to eat them with raw onions wrapped in Bosnian pita bread.
Almost everyone’s grandmother makes the best klepe in Bosnia, so it shouldn’t be hard to get your hands on these dumpling delights! Klepe is similar to ravioli and filled with anything from ground meat to cheese and spinach. They’re baked in a heavenly blend of garlic, paprika and sour cream and best eaten fresh out of the oven.
If you’re looking for the ultimate Bosnia comfort food, ask for a warm bowl of Bosnian bean soup. It’s been around for hundreds of years and is made from dried beans, vegetables, and smoked meat like pork ribs stewed in a paprika roux. Pick up a slice of fresh bread before you tuck in so you can mop up every last drop.
Bosnia is particularly irresistible during the warmer months of spring, summer and autumn, with sunny days for swimming, hiking and city sightseeing.
You'll love exploring the natural springs and historical monuments of Blagaj any time from May to September when the weather is at its best.
Bosnia’s cities like Mostar and Sarajevo absolutely shine in summer, although spring and autumn are just as gorgeous.
Take a journey through Bosnia’s spectacular landscapes in autumn for wine and fruit harvests and spring and summer for long, warm days.
Camera & extra SD card
Don’t get caught out with a full camera. Bring an extra SD card so you can happily snap away at all the beautiful landscapes in Bosnia.
Go hands free and take a day bag out on your daily adventures in Bosnia. It’s great for storing any souvenirs you pick up along the way too.
You’re sure to be doing plenty of walking when you visit Bosnia, so bring a pair of comfortable shoes to get around all the stunning sights.
When you eat at local restaurants you get to taste the regional delicacies, learn about their food traditions and importantly support the local farmers.
Instead of bringing lots of plastic packaging into Bosnia, bring your own reusable bottles and bags that you can take home.
Support the community and get to know the real Bosnia by shopping at local markets and buying handicrafts from local artisans.