At the heart of the Balkans, we find what is now one of the most peaceful countries in the region of Eastern Europe. Overcome a tumultuous recent past, planning a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina is betting on nature and on contemplating a largely rural and traditional society that it is gradually opening to new times. Its huge mountain landscapes are the best tourist asset of this country of just over four million inhabitants that became independent from Yugoslavia in the 90s.
One of the great attractions of the country is the Igman Mountain, famous for its diving springboard for the Olympic Winter Games. Igman is precisely where the lowest temperature in the region was registered: -43 ºC. On the other hand, the country has many rivers, which make it a perfect spot for rafters, great natural parks and towns and villages with history such as Mostar or Sarajevo, the capital.
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Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian
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