Perhaps you are strange when it comes to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Do you, on the other hand, feel more at ease when we speak Sarajevo? Bosnia and Herzegovina's capital is Sarajevo. Bosnia and Herzegovina borders Serbia to the east, Montenegro to the southeast, and Croatia to the west and north in the Balkans. Bosnia and Herzegovina is divided into three ethnic groups: Bosnians who practice Islam, Croats who practice Catholicism, and Serbs who practice Orthodox Christianity.
For centuries, it has been a melting pot of different races, traditions, and cultures. It has a rich historical and cultural heritage, and it bears the scars and traces of Bosnia and Herzegovina's devastating war in the 1990s. The top most popular tourist attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina are listed below.