Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bradt Travel Guides, 2013 - 312 sider
Two decades after the conflict that ravaged the region, Bosnia and Herzegovina has emerged as a unique, dynamic tourism destination. Whether you go in search of bears in the primeval Sutjeska National Park, wander the winding streets of Sarajevo's Turkish quarter or put your feet up in Mostar with a glass of chilled ilavka, you are guaranteed to be charmed by the country's rich natural and cultural heritage.Still the only standalone guidebook to the country in English, Bradt's Bosnia & Herzegovina is packed with practical information and insider tips on how to make the most of your trip to the land where East meets West.Explore Sarajevo on foot with our extensive walking toursGo skiing on the world-class slopes of Jahorina and BjelanicaVisit the mysterious pilgrimage site of MedugorjeLearn your kupus from your kolac with our language guideDiscover the imposing hilltop towns of Pocitelj and Travnik
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