Bosnia and Herzegovina, also popularly known as Bosnia, is a European country located in the Southern and South-eastern parts of the continent. The Country’s name comes from the Bosnia and Herzegovina region, which are separated by a border. The Country is famous for hosting the 1984 Winter Olympics, its medieval ruins, stunning mountains, waterfalls, unique towns, and rivers.
Located in Bosnia are four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Three beings Cultural Heritage Sites and one being a Natural Heritage Sites. These sites are Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge in Visegrad, Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar, Stecci Medieval Graveyards, and the Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians.
Bosnians have an inherent love for celebrations and festivals, and these festivals range from national holidays and traditional celebrations. Some of these celebrated holidays are New Year’s Day, Jazz Fest Sarajevo, Independence Day, Mess Theatre Festival, Sarajevo Film Festival, Eid al-Adha Festival, Labour Day, Ramadan, and Sarajevo Winter Festival.
The diversity of Bosnian dishes is due to Central Europe, Ottomans, and the Mediterranean dishes’ influence on Bosnian cuisines. Some local cuisine and beverages that can be enjoyed while visiting Bosnia include; Cevapi, Begova Corba, Baklava, Sogan-Dolma, Duvec, Bamija, Kompot, Boza, Kruskovac, Zilavka, Serbe, and Salep.