About Bosnia & Herzegovina


Dear readers,

Welcome to Bosnia and Hercegovina ”The heart shaped land”

Let me create your unforgettable experience, also let me introduce you to the past of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Region in all his splendor of its past and present.

Bosnia and Hercegovina, sometimes called Bosnia-Herzegovina, abbreviated BiH, and in short often known informally as Bosnia, is a country in Southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula. Sarajevo is the capital and largest city.

Bordered by Croatia to the north, west and south, Serbia to the east, and Montenegro to the southeast, Bosnia and Herzegovina is almost landlocked, except for 20 kilometres (12 miles) of coastline on the Adriatic Sea surrounding the city of Neum.

 Bosnia has been inhabited since at latest the Neolithic age. The earliest Neolithic population became known in the Antiquity as the Illyrians. Celtic migrations in the 4th century BC were also notable. Concrete historical evidence for this period is scarce, but overall it appears that the region was populated by a number of different peoples speaking distinct languages. Conflict between the Illyrians and Romans started in 229 BC, but Rome did not complete its annexation of the region until AD 9.

The first preserved mention of the name “Bosnia” is in De Administrando Imperio, a politico-geographical handbook written by the Byzantine emperor Constantine VII in the mid-10th century (between 948 and 952) describing the “small country” (χωρίον in Greek) of “Bosona” (Βοσώνα). The Chronicle of the Priest of Duklja from 1172–96 of Bar’s Roman Catholic Christian Archbishop names Bosnia, and references an earlier source from the year of 753 – the De Regno Sclavorum (Of the Realm of Slavs). The name “Bosnia” is probably derived from the name of the Bosna river, possibly mentioned for the first time during the 1st century AD by Roman historian Marcus Velleius Paterculus under the name Bathinus flumen.

The origins of the name Herzegovina may be identified with greater precision. In the Early Middle Ages the corresponding region was known as Zahumlje (Hum), after the Zachlumoi tribe of southern Slavs which inhabited it. In the 1440s, the region – adjoined to medieval Bosnia since the early 1300s – was ruled by the powerful Bosnian nobleman Stephen Vukčić Kosača. In 1448, Kosača dropped the title “Voivode of Bosnia” and instead assumed the title “Herceg (Herzog) of Hum and the Coast”. Herzog being the German word for “duke”, and so the lands he controlled would later be known as Herzegovina (“Dukedom”, from the addition of -ovina, “land”).

The Ottoman conquest of Bosnia marked a new era in the country’s history and introduced drastic changes in the political and cultural landscape. The Ottomans allowed for the preservation of Bosnia’s identity by incorporating it as an integral province of the Ottoman Empire with its historical name and territorial integrity — a unique case among subjugated states in the Balkans.

At the Congress of Berlin in 1878, the Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister Gyula Andrássy obtained the occupation and administration of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Political tensions culminated on 28 June 1914, when a Bosnian Serb nationalist youth named Gavrilo Princip, a member of the secret Serbian-supported movement, Young Bosnia, assassinated the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand, in Sarajevo—an event that proved to be the spark that set off World War I. At the end of the war, the Bosniaks had lost more men per capita than any other ethnic group in the Habsburg Empire whilst serving in the Bosnian-Herzegovinian Infantry of the Austro-Hungarian Army.

Once the kingdom of Yugoslavia was conquered by Nazi forces in World War II, all of Bosnia was ceded to the Nazi puppet regime, Independent State of Croatia (NDH).

Starting in 1941, Yugoslav communists under the leadership of Josip Broz Tito organized their own multi-ethnic resistance group, the Partisans, who fought against both Axis and Chetnik forces. On 29 November 1943 the Anti-Fascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia with Tito at its helm held a founding conference in Jajce where Bosnia and Herzegovina was reestablished as a republic within the Yugoslavian federation in its Habsburg borders.

Bosnia and Hercegovina which has been populated for more inhabited century’s is the heart shaped land that lies in the hearth of southeast Europe. It is here that eastern and western civilizations met, sometimes clashed, but more often enriched and reinforced each other throughout its long and fascinating history.

Culture in the centuries can be visited today as a living museum through the architecture, traditional dress, stone carvings, pottery and jewelry, and sacral places.

Bosnia and Herzegovina has long been at the crossroads of many civilizations and cultures. It is these millennia of cultural diversity that has melded Bosnia and Herzegovina into one of the most fascinating counties in southern Europe.

There are many fascinating destinations throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina for every type of tourist. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, one gets the best of both worlds. Here, the most interesting and attractive sites are a wonderful mix of this tiny country’s cultural and natural heritage. It is almost impossible to separate them, for it is from this pristine nature that its cultures and traditions evolved. Allow me below that I show you a text with the photos and I try to convey the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina to all of you.

Dear Visitors come to visit B&H and let me show for you all her beautyLet’s create your vacation…


Dear forget the standard cliché, we offer this or that is best for this itinerary. With me you can experience and see personally what I saw through my long experience I have acquired through my education and my Job…


Dear if you really want to experience Bosnia and Herzegovina and her great diversity, if you like amateur photography, you love history, natural beauty and good food, of course you like to travel… allow me to show it to you.

Let me together with you create your holidayPlease tell me, where you can get in one tour guide, personal driver, a historian and organizer of your holiday…. and feel really like VIP guests

Let the text that I wrote and images that I took say to all of you more than anyone else, For my biography you can look at my website.

Sincerely yours,


Arrival in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Arrival to BiH for their holidays, you can come with by plane, bus, train and private car. Relax and let us together create a unique solution for your holiday in BiH, as well your desire what do you want to visit.

If you arrive by plane, by bus, by train you have the possibility to rent a car and a van with a professional driver, you can relax and enjoy your vacation, vehicles have air conditioning, ABS, ESP, Airbag standard.

With Leased vehicles you will be transfered to the Hotel, of course, must include the cost of renting a car for the day.

The driver and tour guides are available 24 hours stay in BiH

Note: The car rental price does not include vehicles fuel consumption!

The price you’ll get is for as many days as you stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina, included costs of the Hotel, Renting the Car with the driver, Guide, entrance fees for Museums and Archaeological sites…