Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Trebinje is the city of sun, wine, honey and plane trees, situated on the banks of Trebisnjica river (known as one of the longest of subterranean rivers in the world) under the mountain of Leotar. It is known for its cultural and historical heritage, hospitableness, and its rich and diverse gastronomy. It is located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the triangle of World Heritage sites - Dubrovnik (Croatia) 30 km, Kotor (Montenegro) 80 km and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 113 km. Owing to its rich history, the main attractions in Trebinje are architectural works from 4th through 16th, 18th, 19th, to beginning of the 20th century, including bridges, churches, monasteries, mosques, etc.
Places to visit in Trebinje: The central square, The local market, Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Cathedral, The Old Town, The Hercegovačka Gračanica monastery, Arslanagića Bridge, Tvrdoš Monastery...
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Tourism | Best Places To Visit In Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina Tourism | Best Places To Visit In Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina.Despite all those rugged mountains, the snow-caked heights of the Dinaric Alps, the beautiful Una River and towns like Mostar and Stolac where Ottoman and Byzantine, Roman and Balkan, Slavic and oodles of other styles all coalesce between the ancient streets, Bosnia and Herzegovina remains a somewhat off-the-beaten-track corner of Europe. Check out this list of the country’s best places to visit, which flits from the wild hinterland to the buzzing, burgeoning capital along the way.
1. Capital Sarajevo
Sarajevo is simply special and, by far, one of the most unique capital cities in Europe. I haven’t met too many people who have visited and didn’t fall in love a little for a number of reasons: the sinfully delicious food, its surrounding mountain scenery, the kindness of the locals, or its unbreakable spirit.
2. Lukomir Mountain Village
Lukomir is a magical mountain village where very traditional Bosnian lifestyle has been fully maintained. It is not as isolated as it used to be due to its increased popularity and the growing number of tour operators offering it as day trip from Sarajevo. For sure, an experience you can’t find in too many other places in Europe anymore.
3. Sutjeska National Park
Wild horses, funky Yugoslav monuments, a primeval forest, great hiking, and the highest peak in Bosnia & Herzegovina…What is not amazing about Sutjeska National Park?
Bisected by the babbling Lasva River as it flows through the central mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the pretty mid-sized town of Travnik does well to balance its interesting past as the capital and stronghold of the erstwhile viziers of this old Ottoman sub-region and modern day adventure sports and outdoorsy draws. The first aspect manifests in a curious array of traditional eastern-style edifices and monuments, two Ottoman clock towers (unique throughout the country) and a handsome 15th-century old town heart.
One of the undisputed jewels of the entire Balkan Peninsula, Mostar oozes Bosnian history from each of its Byzantine cracks, Slavic crevices and Ottoman facades. The piece de resistance has to be the arched Old Bridge that spans the Neretva at the town’s heart, now meticulously reconstructed following destruction in the Croat–Bosniak conflict and a bearer of that coveted UNESCO tag. And all around this masterpiece cast in stone, Mostar layers Dalmatian builds and Franciscan churches, oriental designs and arabesque mosques into one glorious aesthetic
A Tourist's guide to Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Part 3 of our DUBROVNIK - KOTOR - MOSTAR trip.
From Kotor in Montenegro, we drive into Bosnia, arriving at the delightful Hotel Ani, located at the edge of the old town.
Rowerowa Bośnia: Trebinje
[PL] Zapraszamy Was na rowerową wycieczkę po Trebinje i jego najbliższych okolicach.
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[ENG] We are inviting you for a bike trip in Trebinje.
Driving from Trebinje to Mostar: Bosnia & Herzegovina
Driving between Trebinje and Mostar: Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Driving in Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Vožnja kroz Hercegovinu: od Trebinja do Mostara preko Stolca.
Trebinje - Mostar by Car.
Enjoy the driving and the view of city of Stolac and river Neretva...
Herzegovina (Hercegovina / Херцеговина) is the southern region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. While there is no official border distinguishing it from the Bosnian region, it is generally accepted that the borders of the region are Croatia to the southwest, Montenegro to the east, Mount Maglić to the northeast, and Mount Ivan to the north. Measurements of the area range from 11,419 km2 (4,409 sq mi), or around 22% of the total area of the present-day country.
The name Herzegovina means duke's land, referring to the medieval duchy of Stjepan Vukčić Kosača who took the title Herceg of Saint Sava. Herceg is derived from the German title Herzog.
In the modern Bosnian-Herzegovinian state, Herzegovina is divided between two entities, Republic of Srpska and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Republic of Srpska's part of Herzegovina, commonly referred to as East Herzegovina or, as of late, Trebinje Region, is administratively divided into municipalities of Trebinje, Bileća, Gacko, Nevesinje, Ljubinje, Berkovići, Istočni Mostar and Foča. Within the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Herzegovina is administratively divided between the cantons of Herzegovina-Neretva, West Herzegovina and includes the Livno and Tomislavgrad municipalities, which is part of the Canton 10.
Mostar is the best known and the unofficial capital. It is also the only city with over 100,000 citizens. There are no other large cities in Herzegovina, though some have illustrious histories. Stolac, for example, is perhaps the oldest city in Herzegovina. There have been settlements dating from the Paleolithic period (Badanj cave). An Illyrian tribe lived in the city of Daorson. There were several Roman settlements alongside the Bregava River and medieval inhabitants left large and beautiful stone grave monuments called stećak in Radimlja. Trebinje, on the Trebišnjica River, is the southernmost city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, near the border with Montenegro. Čapljina and Ljubuški are known for their history and their rivers; the village of Međugorje has religious importance for many Croats and Catholics.
What to See & Do in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
What to See & Do in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
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David’s Been Here takes you to Bosnia and Herzegovina to discover what to see and do in the beautiful city of Mostar. The city is well known in the Balkans for its impressive Ottoman-era architecture and laid-back atmosphere. When there aren’t tourists, the old part of the city is ideal for strolling, shopping, and sipping coffee at a local kafana (coffee shop).
David and his friend Sasha spend 2 days exploring Mostar. Their first stop is also the most popular attraction in town – the 16th century Stari Most Bridge (means “Old Bridge”). Sasha explains a little bit about Stari Most’s history and how you can watch the world-famous Mostari Dive Club members do the death-defying jump into the freezing Neretva River below.
David and Sasha then make a quick stop at the Crooked Bridge, which was used as a trial run before the Ottomans built Stari Most. Afterwards David is able to capture two different jumps off Stari Most, which is exciting since tourists don’t always scrounge up enough to pay the divers the 25-euro fee to jump for the crowd. It may seem fun and games, but it is actually quite dangerous! Sasha explains that anyone can jump but they must first get training from a member of the dive club.
Then onto the Biscevica House, a beautiful 17th century Turkish home that holds a great deal of folk art and features traditional architecture. It was built in 1637 and has been in the same family for the past 4 generations. The most intriguing architectural feature of the Biscevica House is the sitting room supported by only 2 exterior pillars. Biscevica House is a museum, so anyone can visit. Other beautiful features include the hand-carved wood and copper works.
Onto the next stop, which is the Muslibegovic House, another 17th century Turkish house that currently serves as a museum/ hotel. In 2010, Expedia.com readers voted the Muslibegovic House 8th best hotel in the world.
David then heads to Koski-Mehmed Pasha Mosque to go up to the top of its minaret for bird’s eye views of Mostar and the iconic Stari Most Bridge. Sasha then takes David to another beautiful building in Mostar, the Karadjoz Bey Mosque. It dates back to 1556 and was built by the Ottomans. This is actually one of the largest Mosques in the country.
We hope you enjoyed David’s suggestions for what to see and do in Mostar.
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Road Trip Through Bosnia & Herzegovina
First impressions of Bosnia & Herzegovina weren't the best, but from that point forward everything improved dramatically. We absolutely loved this country and can't wait to return.
We stayed in 2 places: Sarajevo and Mostar and did little trips around those cities in our car. Definitely worth visiting if you're in the region.
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I'm now in Bosnia-Herzegovina which and in the city of Mostar. This is a city I've been wanting to visit for quite a while, but just never had the opportunity.
In this episode of the vlog, I leave the city of Budva in Montenegro via a shared taxi and cross the border into Bosnia, and eventually arrive in the city of Mostar. Once I get to Mostar, I head out and do some exploring, despite the fact that the weather really isn't that good at all. I've enjoyed every single trip I've made to Bosnia-Herzegovina, so I'm sure this one will be no different. And, my first impressions of Mostar are very good. It's a busier tourist destination than I expected, but it's definitely also quite beautiful.
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