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Sarajevo is absolutely worth visiting! The history, from both the recent and ancient past, is riveting, and the people are very friendly and helpful!
Sarajevo's mix of cultures seems to have given its inhabitants a certain wit, despite the seemingly serious past and frustration with many years of near political and economic stand-still. Being a bit stuck in time means the city has its own aura. It's not easy to absorb the recent war and ethnic and religious conflict …
Mostar, despite being the second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovnia, is easily accessible on foot. Those arriving at the train and bus station on their way to hostels in Mostar will easily find their way to the old city and the famous Old Bridge without even needing a map. Guidebook depictions and travel stories as …
Banja Luka is a great city, full of life and culture. It's the second-biggest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is situated in the north of the country. The Vrbas river crosses the city and is surrounded by hills. The landscape is very nice, and you'll get really nice weather during summer time -- you can enjoy the …
Jajce is a small town in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina, not far from Zenica, Banja Luka, and Sarajevo. It is situated on the Vrbas River and its population is about twenty-five thousand. There is also another river -- Pliva -- that is close to the town; although Pliva is not a big river, the nature around it is …