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Free Tours Bosnia-Herzegovina

Enjoy the best offers of free tours Bosnia-Herzegovina.
It is
an ideal plan to discover the towns and cities of Bosnia-Herzegovina in an economical way.
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Whether you come as a couple, a family with children or alone, discover Bosnia-Herzegovina with local guides.

Best Free Tours Bosnia-Herzegovina

Discover Bosnia-Herzegovina for free! The
Sarajevo, Mostar
y
Banja Luka
are some of the most beautiful cities in Bosnia-Herzegovina and offer incredible free tours so you can get to know them better.

Here is our selection of the best free tours in Bosnia-Herzegovina:



  • Free Tour Sarajevo

    One of the best free tours you can find in Sarajevo. You will get to know the city accompanied by a local guide who will tell you all about its history and its most emblematic places.

What to see and do in Bosnia-Herzegovina?

At
Bosnia-Herzegovina
There are a lot of interesting places to visit and exciting activities to do.

If you are a lover of history and culture, you can’t miss the old town of Sarajevo.
old town of Sarajevo
with its Ottoman mosques, Roman Catholic cathedral and Serbian Orthodox church.

In addition, in
Mostar
you can admire the famous bridge
Stari Most
bridge that connects the two banks of the
Neretva
.

On the other hand, if you prefer nature and breathtaking landscapes you can visit the
Una National Park
National Park where you will find spectacular waterfalls and a crystal clear river ideal for water sports such as rafting or kayaking.

You can also enjoy the outdoors by hiking in the mountains.
Dinaricas
or skiing in
Jahorina
during the winter. In short, Bosnia-Herzegovina is a tourist destination full of contrasts where there is always something to see and something new to discover.

Main Points of Interest in Bosnia-Herzegovina

In
Bosnia-Herzegovina
there are numerous tourist sites that are essential for getting to know the rich history and culture of the country.

Among the main points of interest is the
Old Bridge of Mostar
an impressive structure built in stone by the Ottomans in the 16th century.

Also noteworthy are the thermal springs of
Banja Luka
ideal for those looking to relax and enjoy a hot bath in the open air surrounded by beautiful Bosnian mountains.

Another place not to be missed is the fortress town of
Pocitelj
located on the banks of the
Neretva
whose medieval walls and towers offer spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.

In addition, we cannot forget the magnificent
Una National Park
National Park with its spectacular waterfalls and abundant nature trails to explore.

In summary, visiting these places in
Bosnia-Herzegovina
will be a unique and unforgettable experience for any traveler eager to discover new cultures and fascinating stories.

Main cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Bosnia-Herzegovina
is a small country located in the Balkan Peninsula, which has a large number of interesting and beautiful cities.


Sarajevo
the capital, which hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics and has a rich cultural and historical history.
rich cultural and historical history
due to its strategic position between Eastern and Western Europe.


Mostar
is another important city known for its famous bridge
Stari Most
built during the 16th century and considered a
World Heritage Site by UNESCO
.


Banja Luka
is the second largest city in the country after Sarajevo.
Sarajevo
located in the north of the country along the Vrbas River where you can visit impressive museums and Serbian Orthodox churches.


Tuzla
also deserves special attention as it is an important university town full of young culture surrounded by fascinating natural landscapes such as the Sutjeska National Park.
Sutjeska National Park
where the country’s highest peak is located

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