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Bosnia and Herzegovina's Information

Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Land Area 51,187 km2
Water Area 10 km2
Total Area 51,197 km2
Population 3,861,912
Population Density 75.43 / km2
Government Type Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $42.53 Billion
GDP Per Capita $11,000
Currency Marka (BAM)
Largest Cities
  • Sarajevo (696,731)
  • Banja Luka (221,106)
  • Zenica (164,423)
  • Tuzla (142,486)
  • Mostar (104,518)
  • Bihac (75,641)
  • Bugojno (41,378)
  • Brcko (38,968)
  • Bijeljina (37,692)
  • Prijedor (36,347)

ATTRACTIONS: (a few major)

The heart-shaped country of

Bosnia and Herzegovina

is rich with culture and a long and fascinating history.



Bosnia and Herzegovina is a stunningly beautiful country with a variety of landscapes, open spaces, major rivers, cities and towns.



Mostar is considered to be the most beautiful city in the country and while there, a visit to the stone Stari most, the Old Bridge, is a must. It is the core of the city and has spanned the Neretva River for over four centuries.



Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the best places to visit in Europe for adventure sports, with its opportunities for trekking, kayaking, and skiing the Olympic-scale mountains.



Sarajevo, the capital city, and its old town is a popular destination. And, lastly, don't miss the Bosnian Pyramid of the sun in the heart of the country, near the town of Visoko.


CONVENTION AND VISITOR BUREAUS:
GENERAL INTEREST:
  • Calling Code: 387
  • Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
  • Drive on the: Right
  • Times to Travel: With a mixed climate of both the Mediterranean and central European, Bosnia and Herzegovina is a year-round destination.

    Summers can be quite hot, and winters quite cold.

    The best months to visit are May to September for visiting the attractions and taking part in outdoor activities. Ski enthusiasts should plan a visit from December to February.

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