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Record number of visitors at Jahorina

Thanks to the rich summer facilities, Jahorina is one of the most visited mountains in Europe in the summer period The positive business trend of the Jahorina Olympic Center, after a very successful month of July, continued in the first days of August. Every day, five times more traffic is recorded than last summer season....
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This original accommodation in a barrel on Blidinje has a jacuzzi, and will delight you with a cozy interior with a magical view

At first glance at the photos of a specially arranged barrel in nature, we knew we wanted to know something more about this original idea that combines relaxation, the beauty of BiH and the #madeinbih label into one story. That is why, in a conversation with Vedran Miletić, we learned all about accommodation in a...
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Welcome to our new website

Let us welcome you to our virtual home. Please browse through our website and let us know what you think, as well as if we can be of any assistance or help to you. Some sections of the website still need to be uploaded, and we’re working on them as you’re reading this. We will...
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Top 5 Eco Attractions in Bosnia & Herzegovina

When planning a trip to Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina might not be the first destination on your itinerary. Many people still relate the country with the war-torn ’90s, and imagine the landscape to be bleak and barren. But in reality, there are numerous attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina besides ecotourism including its incredible history, glorious weather,...
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Four Ottoman Bridges in Bosnia & Herzegovina You Must Visit

Considering the fact that the Kingdom of Bosnia was under Ottoman rule from 1463 until 1878, it’s no wonder why many cities in modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina hold plenty of architecturally significant buildings that were created by the Ottomans, following their traditional architectural style
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15 Best Places to Visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Despite all those rugged mountains, the snow-caked heights of the Dinaric Alps, the beautiful Una River and towns like Mostar and Stolac where Ottoman and Byzantine, Roman and Balkan, Slavic and oodles of other styles all coalesce between the ancient streets, Bosnia and Herzegovina remains a somewhat off-the-beaten-track corner of Europe. Check out this list...
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