Bosnia and Herzegovina Tour Guide Manual

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a multicultural southeastern European country with a population of 3.281 million and an area of 51,197 km². The country uses Bosnian, Serbian, and Croatian as official languages with Bosniaks, Serbs, and Croats as the major ethnic groups. The capital city is Sarajevo, having embraced influences from the Ottoman era. The local currency is the Bosnia and Herzegovina Mark (BAM) with 1 BAM equivalent to approximately 9 Turkish Lira. The state comprises two parts, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republika Srpska.

aerial view of the arch stari most or old bridge crossing the neretva river in bosnia and herzegovina Travel

Mostar Bridge of Bosnia

Mostar Bridge is a historical bridge that has become the symbol of the city of Mostar, located in the southwest of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This impressive bridge is located over the Neretva River and dates back to the Ottoman Empire. The Mostar Bridge was built by Architect Hajrudin who is a student of Architect Sinan […]