Bosnia and Herzegovina has huge tourism potential in it's remarkable natural beauty, great historical and cultural heritage that connects East and West, and it's definitely desirable for travelers who seek new untouched destinations with a lot of adventure and authenticity.
Paragliding is becoming a very popular extreme sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina. High and windy mountains are very popular destination for those in need for adrenalin.
Senad Grosic is one of the most respectable BMX drivers in the world and he is driving for Red Bull company in their marketing campaigns. This ride was on the old Bosnian bridges in Sarajevo, Konjic, Mostar Trebinje and Višegrad.
Bosnia and Herzegovina and it's capital Sarajevo had some hard times in February 2012. with snowfalls that reached record heights and low temperatures that lasted for days. More about that can be found in our other article named "Bosnia and Herzegovina under the snow".
"100 tourist destinations in Bosnia and Herzegovina" or "100 turističkih destinacija u Bosni i Hercegovini" is the name of a bilingual tourist guide book written by Mr. Džemal Rošić that collects in one place interesting stories about Bosnia and Herzegovina, it's towns, mountains and various tourist destinations.
After the long and cold winter sunshine finally comes to the Sarajevo rising the temperature to almost summer degrees. Snow remnants still makes the air chilly, but many people enjoyed today in walking or riding the bike through the alley of river Bosna spring.
Čvrsnica is a beautiful mountain located in Herzegovina 2226 meters high. Despite hot Hercegovina's climate you can find snow on Čvrsnica even in summer months.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has hard times these days fighting with snow and cold weather. Snowy images of blocked cities came from Sarajevo, Zenica, Tuzla, Mostar and other cities. Communications from most villages are cut off because of weather.
Rick Steves is one of the most prominent American writers of European travel guidebooks and hosts of travel shows on public television and public radio. Since 1973 he's spent 120 days a year in Europe and today he employs 80 people at his Europe Through the Back Door office where he produces over 50 guidebooks on European travel.