Predicted to be the 3rd fastest growing tourist destination in the entire world (by the World Tourism Organization), Bosnia and Herzegovina, lies on the Balkan Peninsula in Southern Europe. Admired avidly all across the world for its rich religious and cultural history, Bosnia and Herzegovina is a must stop for anyone looking to explore European history first hand. From the Slavic settlements of the 6th Century AD to the Second World War, Bosnia and Herzegovina has seen it all. From the ski resorts, to the thick black roads cascading through green fields, the natural beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina is bound to leave any visitor amazed. So opt for car rental in Bosnia and Herzegovina to drive down to nearby surroundings, attractions, and cities like Sarajevo, Mostar, and Banja.
Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is located along the beautiful Miljacka River and is surrounded by the infamous Dinaric Alps. It is advised to hire a car in Bosnia and Herzegovina to drive around this beautiful city. Visit the Museum of Sarajevo that is a home to some of the most interesting historical pieces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The museum exhibits artifacts from Sarajevo’s past under the Austo-Hungarian Empire. Open from Monday to Friday from 10A.M to 4P.M and on Saturday from 10A.M. to 3P.M, the museum is a must visit for everyone. Furthermore, while in Sarajevo don’t forget to visit the notorious Latin Bridge and Goats Bridge. The northern area of the Latin bridge is the exact location of the infamous shooting of Franz Ferdinand by Gavrilo Princip, an incident which became the immediate cause for Word War I.
Mostar, the fifth largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is located along the Neretva River. It has some of the most scenic views. Visit the Bishop’s Ordinariate; the residence of the Catholic bishop. It is designed along the architectural lines of the renaissance revival period that shows the elegance typical to the renaissance architecture. Also don’t forget to visit the town of Medjugorje in Mostar. It is a significant center of Catholic pilgrims with beautiful architecture. Also located nearby are the beautiful Kravice waterfalls.
Nicknamed the “Green City”, Banja Luka is famous for its waterfalls, natural springs, thermal springs and spas. A number of adventure sports including rock climbing, trekking, rafting can be enjoyed in the city. Rafting is fast gaining popularity along the Vrabas River which also has a beautiful waterfall. Fishing, another regular activity among both locals and tourists is also highly recommended.
To make your experience comfortable and laid back it is highly recommended that you get a car for rent in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Come to Bosnia and Herzegovina and get a taste of the rich cultural and religious history of the city!
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