Bosnia and Herzegovina has natural beauties and historical and cultural heritage that largely meet new trends in the travel market, especially the requirements of travelers looking for new destinations, adventure and authenticity.

Bosnia and Herzegovina has a lot to offer people looking for different experiences away from the crowds, whether they want to ski, go rafting and hunting or possibly watch birds.

Those who are more in search of cultural tourism are able to experience centuries-old history by visiting many archeological remains and heritage from Roman times, and even from prehistory.

With its rich tourist offer, it can satisfy the needs of world travelers regardless of their budget and desires. In addition, tourists in BiH enjoy the gastronomic offer of various traditional and organic dishes.

The most promising branches of Bosnia and Herzegovina. tourism are:

  • Winter and mountain tourism
  • Eco tourism
  • Spa tourism
  • Cultural and religious tourism
  • Sports and adventure tourism
  • Sea tourism

The tourism sector has a huge potential for development and all the prerequisites to play a significant role in the country’s economy. Therefore, the development of tourism is recognized as one of the most important priorities of the overall state economic development policy.

As a branch of the Chamber of Commerce, tourism is one of the most significant potentials. It is a fast-growing industry, which provides the basis for any business deal, whether it is business travel, investment, or a desire to improve relationships with employees and strengthen teams through travel.

Tourism is the golden factor of any partnership, especially when we consider the tourist potential of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has recently become an essential part of the state’s economy.

From beautiful waterfalls, national monuments, rich history, forests, and mountains. To the rivers, protected natural heritage, and sun-drenched valleys. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a significant factor in many investments, cooperation, and improvements as part of this chamber. And it can all start in the field of tourism.

Water sports :

  • Water polo,
  • Rafting (Una, Tara, Neretva)
  • Kayaking ,
  • Diving,
  • Swimming,
  • Water volleyball.

As a branch of the Chamber of Commerce, tourism is one of the most significant potentials. It is a fast-growing industry, which provides the basis for any business deal, whether it is business travel, investment, or a desire to improve relationships with employees and strengthen teams through travel.

Tourism is the golden factor of any partnership, especially when we consider the tourist potential of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has recently become an essential part of the state’s economy.

From beautiful waterfalls, national monuments, rich history, forests, and mountains. To the rivers, protected natural heritage, and sun-drenched valleys. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a significant factor in many investments, cooperation, and improvements as part of this chamber. And it can all start in the field of tourism.

Mountain sports :

  • Hiking,
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding ,
  • Cycling in the mountains
  • Horseback riding
  • Racing
  • Quad rental

As a branch of the Chamber of Commerce, tourism is one of the most significant potentials. It is a fast-growing industry, which provides the basis for any business deal, whether it is business travel, investment, or a desire to improve relationships with employees and strengthen teams through travel.

Tourism is the golden factor of any partnership, especially when we consider the tourist potential of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has recently become an essential part of the state’s economy.

From beautiful waterfalls, national monuments, rich history, forests, and mountains. To the rivers, protected natural heritage, and sun-drenched valleys. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a significant factor in many investments, cooperation, and improvements as part of this chamber. Furthermore, it can all start in the field of tourism.

Heritage and religious sights:

  • The old town of Maglaj
  • Stećci – the only monuments near Stolac
  • Old Town Zvornik
  • Old Town Banja Luka
  • Old town Počitelj
  • Old Bridge in Mostar
  • Old Town Srebrenik
  • Old Town Doboj
  • Vranduk Old Town
  • Stari Grad – Bobovac
  • Medjugorje
  • Sutjeska National Park
  • Blagaj – Buna
  • Eternal Fire – Sarajevo
  • Gabela- Mogorjelo (populated place near Čapljina)
  • Gradačac Fortress
  • Catacombs of Jajce
  • Monument-museum of the second session of AVNOJ in Jajce
  • House of Aleksa Šantić
  • Historical settlement Brankovac
  • Karadjozbeg Mosque – Mostar
  • Franciscan Church – Mostar
  • Bišćevića alley, street with the famous Turkish house – Mostar
  • old castle of Herceg Stjepan Kosača (Stjepan Grad) – Mostar
  • Monument-museum of the first session of ZAVNOBIH in Mrkonjić Grad
  • The place of the assassination of Franz Ferdinand – Sarajevo
  • City Hall – Sarajevo
  • Gazi Husrev – Bey’s Mosque – Sarajevo
  • Old Orthodox Church Cathedral
  • Old Jewish Temple – Sarajevo
  • Sebilj – Sarajevo
  • Svrzina house – Sarajevo
  • Morića han and Kolobara han- Sarajevo
  • Žuta tabija and Bijela tabija – Sarajevo
  • Gazi Husrev – Bey’s hamam and Bosniak Institute – Sarajevo
  • Bakr – grandmother’s mosque and archeological park At mejdan – Sarajevo
  • Music pavilion At Mejdan – Sarajevo
  • Gazi Husrev – Bey’s Bezistan – Sarajevo
  • Clock Tower – Sarajevo
  • Mevlevi Tekke (Balkan Mevlevi Research Center in Kovači) – Sarajevo
  • The Emperor’s Mosque – Sarajevo
  • Bezistan and Taslihan – Sarajevo
  • Inat kuća- Sarajevo
  • House of Ivo Andrić – Travnik
  • Clock towers and sundials- Travnik
  • Old town Travnik-
  • Colorful mosque – Travnik
  • Bear Tower and Temple of the god Mithras – Jajce
  • Kozara National Park
  • Medieval town of Sokolac
  • Remains – Old fortresses of Ostrošac , Pećigrad , Radeta tower, Rocks and Tršac – Cazin
  • 88 national monuments are located in Trebinje
  • Mehmed- pasha Sokolović Bridge- Višegrad
  • Bosnian Pyramids- High
  • Franciscan monastery – Fojnica
  • The royal city of Bobovac
  • Medieval fortress Vranduk
  • Sultan Mehmet Mosque Fatih al
  • tombstones and stone coffins ” Maculja ” – Novi Travnik
  • Museum of Woodcarving – Musee MULIĆ Record
  • Stećak tombstones in Konjic
  • Neretva Bridge (During the Second World War, from February to March 1943, the famous Battle of the Neretva)
  • Museum of War Childhood – Sarajevo
  • Lukomir (village at the highest altitude)
  • necropolis of stećak tombstones in Herzegovina – Radimlja
  • Tito’s bunker in Konjic
  • SFF (Sarajevo Film Festival)
  • Old oak in Rankovići – Novi Travnik
  • Smrike National Monument – New Meadow

As a branch of the Chamber of Commerce, tourism is one of the most significant potentials. It is a fast-growing industry, which provides the basis for any business deal, whether it is business travel, investment, or a desire to improve relationships with employees and strengthen teams through travel.

Tourism is the golden factor of any partnership, especially when we consider the tourist potential of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has recently become an essential part of the state’s economy.

From beautiful waterfalls, national monuments, rich history, forests, and mountains. To the rivers, protected natural heritage, and sun-drenched valleys. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a significant factor in many investments, cooperation, and improvements as part of this chamber. Furthermore, it can all start in the field of tourism.

The most famous food in BiH :

Salty dishes:

  • Okra with meat
  • Zeljanica
  • Kebabs
  • Bey’s soup .
  • Okra soup
  • Stuffed peppers
  • Sogan – dolma
  • Burek and other pies
  • Sarma
  • Japrak
  • Peas
  • Bosnian pot
  • Musaka
  • Klukuša
  • Polenta
  • Prosciutto (Dried meat)

Cheeses:

  • Travnički
  • Vlašićki
  • Livno cheese
  • Young cheese
  • Old cheese
  • Cream
  • Cheese from the bellows

Sweet dishes:

  • Tufahije
  • Baklava
  • Rose
  • Cider
  • Persimmons
  • Rahat lokum
  • Sutlijaš
  • Tulumbe
  • Kadaif
  • Halva
  • Pancakes
  • Compote

Alcoholic beverages

Wines are produced mainly in Herzegovina, in the area of Mostar, Citluk, Ljubuski, Stolac , Domanovic and Medjugorje.

Brandy is obtained from plums, apples, pears or grapes, with an alcohol content of 45% or more.

As a branch of the Chamber of Commerce, tourism is one of the most significant potentials. It is a fast-growing industry, which provides the basis for any business deal, whether it is business travel, investment, or a desire to improve relationships with employees and strengthen teams through travel.

Tourism is the golden factor of any partnership, especially when we consider the tourist potential of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which has recently become an essential part of the state’s economy.

From beautiful waterfalls, national monuments, rich history, forests, and mountains. To the rivers, protected natural heritage, and sun-drenched valleys. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a significant factor in many investments, cooperation, and improvements as part of this chamber. Furthermore, it can all start in the field o