Bosnia and Herzegovina has huge tourism potential in it's remarkable natural beauty, great historical and cultural heritage that connects East and West, and it's definitely desirable for travelers who seek new untouched destinations with a lot of adventure and authenticity.
When we speak about the food that is most favorite for citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina ćevapi or ćevapčići is definitely the one that will be on the top of the list. Ćevapi is so delicious food that we are not exaggerate when we say that this is a dish that every foreigner must try when come to Bosnia and Herzegovina... a few times.
"100 tourist destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina" or "100 turističkih destinacija u Bosni i Hercegovini" is the name of a bilingual tourist guide book written by Mr. Džemal Rošić that collects in one place interesting stories about Bosnia and Herzegovina, it's towns, mountains and various tourist destinations.
After hitting the National Geographic top list for cycling adventures in 2012 Bosnia and Herzegovina is recognized again as one of the top adventure destination - but this time by Smarter Travel website, one of the largest online travel resources for unbiased travel news, deals and expert advices.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has hard times these days fighting with snow and cold weather. Snowy images of blocked cities came from Sarajevo, Zenica, Tuzla, Mostar and other cities. Communications from most villages are cut off because of weather.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is proclaimed for best mountain biking (MTB) adventure destination in 2012 by the prominent magazine National Geographic. This award is well deserved, but little known in foreign cycling circles.
Stecak is the famous old Bosnian tombstone with different artistic motives and writings on it used from 14-th century. First time the stecak has been mentioned was 1530 in some writings of Benedikt Kupresic.
We can freely say that "burek" is a national meal in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the favorite meals in our country and we are proud of it. Lot of visitors hear about "burek" before they came into Bosnia and often ask for it for eat.
New Balkan Winds is a TV program supervised by the European Union that intends to make young EU citizens more familiar with the new countries that will potentially join EU soon. Main focus inthis series is on the countries on the Balkan peninsula.
With this album we would like to introduce you some old medieval coins made by old rulers and kings of Bosnian state. First of them was Tvrtko I Kotromanic - first king of Bosnia - who begin with his rule 1377 AD - and in this album is showed some coins made during his reign and his seal at the end of the album.