Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country located in southeastern Europe, in the western part of the Balkan Peninsula, with a total floor area of 51.129 km2 and a population of approximately 4,613,414. In the north, northwest and south it borders with Croatia, in the east Serbia and in the southeast with Montenegro. In the far south of Bosnia and Herzegovina exits to the Adriatic Sea, a distance of 20 km, the city of Neum.

Capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina is Sarajevo that is the administrative, economic, cultural, university and sports center, and other major cities are Banja Luka, Tuzla, Mostar, Zenica, Bihac, Prijedor, Brcko, Bijeljina, Travnik, Trebinje, Doboj, Gradacac and Livno.

Climate in Bosnia and Herzegovina is moderately continental with warm summers, with average temperatures of 25°C and cold winters with an average temperature of 1.3°C.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country full of natural resources: natural thermal springs, hydropower potential – one of the few countries in the world whose rivers are drinkable and having a hygienic water that can be consumed directly, the country with beautiful rivers (Bosna, Drina, Neretva, Sava, Vrbas, Una, Sana), which are suitable for fishing and rafting; Mountains (Bjelasnica, Igman, Jahorina, Trebevic, Maglic, Treskavica) that provide great opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, soil centuries protected forests – as Perucica the only virginforest in Europe which is a protected reserve, which is exclusively used for research and education because of its reach flora and fauna.

City of Sarajevo has such geographical position that within 2 hour car drive, you can reach the Adriatic Sea, and within half an hour some of the Olympic Mountains Bjelasnica, Igman, Jahorina, Trebevic if the customer prefers winter tourism.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is, simply put, the heart shaped land that will welcome and excite You with its beauty – come and see for yourself.