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  • OCEAN WAY. Part 2 - Bosnia & Herzegovina Открытие Балкан. До этого бывал только в [[https://eugene-b.travellerspoint.com/61/|Сербии]] Граница проходит по реке Сава. На пограничных будках следы недавнего паводка. Проехав за Posted by Eugene.B in 40000 km there and back | Jul 9, 2020
  • Mostar, Bosnia and HerzegovinaAfter crossing the border from Croatia into Bosnia and Hercegovina, Mostar, a former small village set in a deep valley on the Neretva river, was about to provide an in-depth history lesson, as well as an appreciation of what both Posted by GlobalEd in The Baltic Countries | Apr 30, 2020
  • Sarajevo, BosniaAfter a lengthy trip from Melbourne via Singapore and then 8 hours in Dubai's airport, I finally found myself in Europe. Even though this could also be classified as a stop-over, I made the most of my 2 days in Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | May 15, 2019
  • Banja Luka Organized ToursPopular location call the Old Bus Station One of popular transportation spot in Banja Luka is location call "Stara autobuska stanica (meaning: Old bus station). It is located behind the building where is located Museum of contemporary art of Re Posted by Odiseya in Guide for Independent Travelers | Oct 30, 2019
  • Banja Luka by BicycleThe bicycle is very convenient means of transportation in Banja Luka. Banja Luka is about 8 km in length and about 6 km wide. About 75% of its territory is in a valley and is flat. If a person on Posted by Odiseya in Guide for Independent Travelers | Oct 30, 2019
  • Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina Another destination that I wanted to visit but didn’t expect to visit a year later. What I remember from my first visit was how much I wanted to come back so I could walk the ruins of the ‘84 Olympic Posted by 123Joanne in Travel the World | Sep 29, 2019
  • Mostar - Day 8 Sunday 9/8This morning, we bid farewell to Komiža with a 6 AM departure. We arrived in Vis City by 6:30, and had time for a short walk-about as the sun was rising. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint Posted by Cybercsp in Croatia | Sep 9, 2019
  • Walking Tour IILet's move forward, shall we?! From our last stop in the previous entry - city park walk towards a church in front of you. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/ Posted by Odiseya in Welcome to Doboj | Aug 17, 2019
  • MostarWe arrived in Mostar at lunchtime, we took a van from Kotor which took around about 4.5 hrs we shared the van with a couple from Japan and Spain that now live in Norway. Just before the Montenegro border, Posted by Watson5 in Watson Kids Travels | May 31, 2019
  • Mostar. The Stari Most - Old Bridge. Mostar. We travelled to Mostar by bus from Sarajevo. One of the guys in our pension in Sarajevo told us Mostar was the hotte Posted by irenevt in Trips to the Balkans. | Mar 10, 2019
  • Sarajevo, Bosnia. Sarajevo's old Town. Sarajevo. We first visited Yugoslavia, when it still was Yugoslavia, in 1987 and again in 1988. At that time I was still at university and my h Posted by irenevt in Trips to the Balkans. | Mar 9, 2019
  • Bosnia/Herzegovnia & Montenegro Banja Luka and Jacje were our first stops in Bosnia, a country I'd been curious to visit for a long time. We watched World Cup games at the local bars (Croatia was in the fina Posted by Janellelorna in A Thousand Miles From Nowhere | Jan 25, 2019
  • Sarajevo Beautiful! That’s how I would describe Sarajevo. Sure, it has a grungy part but what capital city doesn’t? From the main square, look upwards and then look around, you will see the most breathtaking mountains with the picturesque sights of Posted by 123Joanne in Travel the World | Oct 9, 2018
  • Mostar I enjoyed my three days in Mostar, you could probably get away with two but adding an extra day ensures you the ability to see everything if the weather turns. The sad history of the war this city faced is Posted by 123Joanne in Travel the World | Oct 6, 2018
  • Mostar - The Bridge KeeperCaravans trading in silks, spices and crafted goods travelled through the stunning countryside of what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina, they had come from cities like Trieste, Venice, or Zagreb and were heading to Sarajevo, Split, and Dubrovnik. Posted by Seniorcitizens in By Train and Boat and Plane | Sep 29, 2018
  • Sarajevo; The melting Pot of Religion and culture.Not such a great start to the day, I had been struggling with pain from a failed root canal and resorted to fairly heavy pain killers which reacted badly with my blood pressure medication. I needed to get the taxi Posted by Seniorcitizens in By Train and Boat and Plane | Sep 29, 2018
  • Bosnia and HerzegovinaDubrovnik’s enclave is separated from the rest of Croatia by a 24km-wide stretch of Bosnia and Herzegovina which protrudes to the Adriatic coast. Most people choose to hug the coast and drive straight through but, seeing as a week was Posted by aliceandguy in Return of the Gav | Sep 18, 2018
  • Sarajevo, Bosnia and HerzegoviniaThe war is over but never forgotten, bullet holes on buildings are testimonials, the Dayton Accord is a bitter remedy - welcome to Bosnia. The Siege of Sarajevo, the longest siege in modern history, occurred between April 6, 1992 and February Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Cheap Seats At The Opera | Sep 23, 2018
  • Not ideal to visit in JulyWhen planning our trip to Croatia we're doubting if we include Mostar [Mostar-travel-guide-531391], as we're close to the border. But then, we're thinking of how we get there? Posted by Shavy in Myanmar 2017 | Mar 11, 2017
  • Thought I was on holiday.......but I may have accidentally booked boot camp! Today we skipped I mean stopped at the border and collected some new passport stamps and went to the Herzegovina part of Bosnia Herzegovina. The drive was windy, pretty sure we took Posted by ChristieA in CarCar's on the Road . . . . . Again! | May 22, 2018
  • Jerusalem of EuropeOttoman part of the old town. Today I do begin a side-trip to Bosnia & Herzegovina. I had went to Herzegovina in 2002 and other parts of the Balkans during several other trips. I Posted by alexchan in 2013 Scotland via Timor, Kashmir & the Caucasus | Aug 25, 2013
  • Mostar revisitedLeaving Sarajevo on the bus: This building must have been badly shelled and repaired. The orange part is rebuilt with new window frames in a different colour from the original. I Posted by alexchan in 2013 Scotland via Timor, Kashmir & the Caucasus | Aug 26, 2013
  • Sniper TowerThe weather was dull for much of the day compared to yesterday. I had planned to make an excursion today to a nice town called Blagaj or the waterfalls at Kravice. I couldn’t dec Posted by alexchan in 2013 Scotland via Timor, Kashmir & the Caucasus | Aug 27, 2013
  • Hearing it from the localsWWI started here when Austria's Archduke was assasinated here at the Latin Bridge. I took the 0900 bus back to Sarajevo [Sarajevo-travel-guide-535832] which got me in at 1130. I Posted by alexchan in 2013 Scotland via Timor, Kashmir & the Caucasus | Aug 28, 2013
  • Day trip into Bosnia & Herzegovina While at Split, I made a sidetrip to Mostar [Mostar-travel-guide-531391] in Bosnia-Hercegovina without Kim as New Zealanders require a visa for entry into the country. Mostar is famous for the historical bridge which collapsed during the Balkan conflict Posted by alexchan in 2002 Russia & Europe via Lebanon & Syria | May 5, 2002
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