Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 10 Reasons to Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina. As part of the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Bosnia is one of the most historically ferocious countries in Europe.
About 1.3 million tourists visited Bosnia in 2017 and this number is increasing with a rising figure. Tourism has become one of the most important sectors in Bosnia in recent years.
1. Historical Capital Sarajevo
During the war, nearly three-quarters of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina was destroyed or damaged by bombs, but since that date Sarajevo has become a city that reflects its history. The historic center blends east and west. You can feel the Ottoman history on the streets. When you go to Sarajevo, you will see shrapnel traces and cemeteries on the walls of the buildings. What you can not see in Sarajevo is parks, after the war, many parks have been turned into graveyards.
4. Hospitable People
5. Coffee Culture
Sarajevo is one of the cheapest capitals in Europe and prices go down even further outside the city.
Despite Bosnia is very cheap, you can spend all your money shopping. Compared to the rest of Europe, prices are not only low, but also the level of craftsmanship is very good. Hand-wrought copper products, handmade precision lace, as well as traditional carpets, textiles and jewelery are the most preferred shopping items.
8. Latin Bridge
10. Bosnian Burek
You can not eat such a wide variety of delicious pies anywhere in the world. These pies are cooked in a special way for the country, 3 tons is consumed in the city every morning until lunchtime.