Plan an amazing trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina
A mountainous country on the Balkan peninsula, Bosnia-Herzegovina suffered greatly during its civil war, which ended in 1995. The country is now in full swing and more and more travellers are discovering its wonderful landscapes and fascinating culture. The minarets, synagogs, domed churches, orthodox icons and Catholic steeples of the ancient towns are witness to a rich and multicultural heritage. Mostar is one of the country’s most beautiful cities, with its ancient Turkish houses and the Old Bridge district, now classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. The capital, Sarajevo, is a veritable crossroads of cultures and religions. An emblematic city which has to be discovered. As for sporting activities, the country has plenty to offer: skiing in the winter, canoeing and rafting in the summer. Hiking is a great way to admire the country’s beautiful panoramas.
Best time to go to Bosnia and Herzegovina
All our tips and information on climate to help you choose the best time for your next holiday: temperatures, rainfall and sunshine.