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Bosnia & Hercegovina
HIGHLIGHTS
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Sarajevo Experience the charm of the old bazaar (p140)
Mostar Watch people jump off the town’s iconic bridge, Stari Most (p146)
Best journey Do the train trip over the mountains from Mostar (p146) to Sarajevo (p140)
Off-the-beaten track Test your scream threshold rafting on the Una River’s rapids (p145)
FAST FACTS
„ Area 51,129 sq km (half that of Cuba)
„ ATMs widespread
„ Budget 80KM per day
„ Capital Sarajevo
„ Country Code

%387

„ Head of State President Ivo Jović
„ Famous for Mostar’s Stari Most
„ Languages Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
„ Money convertible mark (KM);

A$1 = 1.26KM; CA$1 = 1.47KM; €1 = 2.10KM;
¥100 = 1.42KM; NZ$1 = 1.06KM; UK£1 =
3.12KM; US$1= 1.64KM
„ Phrases Zdravo (hello), hvala (thanks),

„ Population 3.85 million (2003 estimate)
„ Time GMT + 1
„ Visas Not required for most visitors

molim (please), dovidjenja (goodbye)

TRAVEL HINTS
Accommodation agencies provide cheap sleeps, burek (a layered meat pie) kills hunger pangs
and the extensive bus network provides budget travel.

ROAMING BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA
Enter or leave via any neighbouring country. Explore Sarajevo for three or four days and allow
two days each for Mostar and some rafting at Bihać.

Imagine a backpacker wish list.
Old stuff: Sarajevo’s cobbled lanes are stuffed with ancient shops, mosques and churches in
the old Baščaršija bazaar. Mostar’s iconic, slender bridge spans the green Neretva River; young
men plunge off it for money.
Places to party: enough bars – trendy or grungy – live music venues, groovy nightclubs and
pubs that you’ll wonder when you’ll sleep.
Accommodation and transport: cheap hostels and private accommodation, plus an extensive
bus network.
Scenery and thrills: pristine forested mountains crossed by gorges with emerald rivers ready
to feed the thrill-junkie with skiing, rafting and hiking; even caving, canyoning and climbing
if you’re up for it.
A welcome: visitors find a country with such vitality that it’s infectious, that shakes their
hand warmly and suggests they stay longer than planned.

BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA

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Bosnia & Hercegovina
HIGHLIGHTS
Sarajevo Experience the charm of the old bazaar ( p140 )
Mostar Watch people jump off the town’s iconic bridge, Stari Most ( p146 )
Best journey Do the train trip over the mountains from Mostar ( p146 ) to Sarajevo ( p140 )
Off-the-beaten track Test your scream threshold rafting on the Una River’s rapids ( p145 )
FAST FACTS
Area 51,129 sq km (half that of Cuba)
ATMs widespread
Budget 80KM per day
Capital Sarajevo
Country Code
%
387
Head of State President Ivo Jović
Famous for Mostar’s Stari Most
Languages Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Money convertible mark (KM);
A$1 = 1.26KM; CA$1 = 1.47KM; €1 = 2.10KM;
¥100 = 1.42KM; NZ$1 = 1.06KM; UK£1 =
3.12KM; US$1= 1.64KM
Phrases Zdravo (hello), hvala (thanks),
molim (please), dovidjenja (goodbye)
Population 3.85 million (2003 estimate)
Time GMT + 1
Visas Not required for most visitors
TRAVEL HINTS
Accommodation agencies provide cheap sleeps, burek (a layered meat pie) kills hunger pangs
and the extensive bus network provides budget travel.
ROAMING BOSNIA & HERCEGOVINA
Enter or leave via any neighbouring country. Explore Sarajevo for three or four days and allow
two days each for Mostar and some rafting at Bihać.
Imagine a backpacker wish list.
Old stuff: Sarajevo’s cobbled lanes are stuffed with ancient shops, mosques and churches in
the old Baščaršija bazaar. Mostar’s iconic, slender bridge spans the green Neretva River; young
men plunge off it for money.
Places to party: enough bars – trendy or grungy – live music venues, groovy nightclubs and
pubs that you’ll wonder when you’ll sleep.
Accommodation and transport: cheap hostels and private accommodation, plus an extensive
bus network.
Scenery and thrills: pristine forested mountains crossed by gorges with emerald rivers ready
to feed the thrill-junkie with skiing, rafting and hiking; even caving, canyoning and climbing
if you’re up for it.
A welcome: visitors find a country with such vitality that it’s infectious, that shakes their
hand warmly and suggests they stay longer than planned.
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