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For a long time the word ‘Bosnia’ was associated with war, but the Yugoslav wars are definitely a thing of the past.  Bosnia-Herzegovina has now emerged from the wars as a fascinating place to visit.  It has amazing scenery and several national parks that are ideal for those who enjoy hiking.

You may find that the infrastructure here is a little fractured – this is a legacy of the war.  As the region is still one of the poorest in Europe, it is taking a little time to rebuild.  The urban areas of the country are looking much better.  While you are here why not spend a little time in Sarajevo, the country’s capital?  The city has a strong history and great nightlife so there is plenty to keep tourists occupied.  A trip to the old town is also a must where you will find historic mosques as well as narrow, café-lined streets.  This is the perfect place to find a few souvenirs to take home.

The capital is also home to a number of museums which detail the fascinating history of the place.  If you want to get some great views of the city then all you have to do is climb one of the steep hills.  If you opt for car rental then you can spend some time exploring beyond the city.  There are plenty of attractions including fortresses, old mosques, monasteries and shrines. 

Bosnia-Herzegovina’s second city is Mostar and this is also attracting a growing number of tourists.  One of the attractions here is the 16th century Ottoman bridge that had to be completely reconstructed following the war.  It now has UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

Most people who visit Bosnia-Herzegovina get around by road.  However, during the winter months you need to take care because of the dangers of ice.  The conditions of the roads are varied and if you are driving in urban areas you will find that most are fine.  It is important to be careful when driving at night and it is recommended to keep to the main roads.  Caution is advised when travelling off the main routes as there is still a small risk of landmines.

Car rental can be arranged at the main airports and in the main cities.  Most drivers will need to have an international driving permit.  Alternatively you can use rail services to travel between the main cities although some lines are currently being upgraded.