BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA - Movis Private Tours


If you want get a glimpse of Orient in the middle of Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina has to be a stopover on your journey. Old towns of Sarajevo and Mostar will take you back centuries into the time when it was rulled by Ottomans. And the countryside which hosted also Olympics in 1984 is breathtaking.


  • Spectacular Mostar bridge
  • Meet West&East in Sarajevo
  • The biggest pilgrimage site in the Balkans - Međugorje
  • Bridge on Drina
  • Tasty čevapčiči
  • skiing and water sports
  • Location :

    Southeastern Europe. Bordering Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro.

  • Size :

    51.129 sq km

  • People :

    Bosnians (43%) Slavic muslims, Serbs (31%), Croats (17%)

  • Language :

    Bosnian. Croatian and Serbian (small diferences)

  • Population :

    3,8 million

  • Capital :

    Sarajevo (500.000 inhabitants)

  • Politics :

    1992 independence.

  • Currency :

    Convertible Mark (BAM)

  • History :

    Bosnian Kingdom in 14th century. Later occupied by Ottomans. Many people accepted Islam. Lots of Turkish influence can be seen in culture, cuisine and architecture. Climate: Meditterranean in Herzegovina and mixture of Alpine and continental in the rest of the country.

  • Main attractions :

    Sarajevo, Mostar, rivers Neretva, Una, Vrbas, Jajce, Bjelašnica, Višegrad, Međugorje, diversity of culture.

  • Regions :

    Politicaly can be divided in Republika Srbska, Bosnia (Federacija), Hercegovina

  • Cathedral-Bosnia and Herzegovina-destinations
  • Kravice- waterfalls-Bosnia and Herzegovina-destinations
  • Mostar-Bosnia and Herzegovina-destinations
  • Waterfall-Jajce-Bosnia and Herzegovina-destinations