Cottages Bosnia and Herzegovina

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City Centrum Apartments
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Apartments
Family Rooms Non-Smoking Rooms
from 45.00 EUR / night
Sarajevo Daily Apartments
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Apartments
Family Rooms Non-Smoking Rooms
from 69.00 EUR / night
Pansion City Star
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Guest houses
Terrasse Non-Smoking Rooms Family Rooms
from 50.00 EUR / night
Apartment Sanny
Apartments
Garden Non-Smoking Rooms Terrasse
from 67.50 EUR / night
Apartment Boni
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Apartments
Terrasse Family Rooms
from 60.00 EUR / night
Apartments Casa United
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Apartments
Non-Smoking Rooms Family Rooms Terrasse
from 36.00 EUR / night
Luxury Apartments Taša
Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Apartments
Garden Non-Smoking Rooms Family Rooms Terrasse
from 23.01 EUR / night
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

The holiday destination of Bosnia offers both summer and winter vacation, many cultural suggestions and recreational opportunities. The tourist will find untouched nature in Bosnia. The climate is moderate in this part of Europe in summer and moderate Mediterranean climate is in the Southern and South-Western part of the country so this part promises very dry and hot summers. Even the Romans took advantage of these favorable conditions for their bathing. Therefore the tourists come to the city of Stari Grad that is situated not far from Saraevo, the capital of Bosnia to enjoy the thermal bath Iliza. The bathroom stands on the remains of a Roman settlement. Bosnia also provides accommodation in and around Sarajevo. Class hotels and hostel that are well-equipped for backpacking tourists. Vacation homes are also included in each category, even the villa of former Bosnian nobility can be rented. The traveler should also go in the direction of Adriatic coast and open Splits situated near the peninsula Salonas. Nevertheless, the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian is an impressive span of 180 m. It belongs to one of the best-preserved buildings of Roman architecture in Bosnia. You should also visit the port of Split as well as along the entire Adriatic coast on your costs, especially in front of Dubrovnik to anchor. It is also highly recommended to visit the thick walled Old City of the 7th century. There are also many well-preserved buildings in Venetian style, Islamic and Christian religious buildings and the French Henceforth Lange in the near Srdj that are really very beautiful.

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