Rugged mountains, heights called the “Dinaralps“, the Ona River, and cities including Mostar and Stolik, famous tourist places in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and loaded with Ottoman, Byzantine, Roman, Balkan and Slavic cultures in ancient streets. As follows, the Guide to Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Travnik: As the Lasva River descends through the central mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the middle-sized town of Travnik attracts tourists who want to learn about its interesting past as a capital, its ancient Ottoman culture, and those who want to perform adventure sports. Travnik has a collection of oriental-style archaeological monuments, two Ottoman towers, and an ancient 15th-century town.
Trebinje: Reflected attractively on the waters of the raging Treblinka River, and penetrating the heart of the city’s historic center, Trebinje is an elegant height and original eastern façade, the majority of which were built in the 18th century. There is also the somewhat arched Arslanajic Bridge on the outskirts of the city, along with an attractive religious edifice on the hills above. Travelers should also be sure to have access to the remains of Klobuk Castle, which offers sweeping views of the Trevisani River Valley.
Brcko: Bercow can be found along the border with Croatia to the north, planted on the edge of the Sava River, home to Bosnia’s only truly noteworthy port. The city is self-governing.
Ona National Park: Surrounded by large expanses of pristine forests, Ona National Park is a visiting location in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Martin Brod’s stunning shawls and interesting sights attract such interesting attractions: the high-rise Ostrovica Fortress and the newly rebuilt Rmanj Monastery.
Bihac: The small town of Bihac, nestled among the hills of the Ona Valley, is green. There, there are many rugged hills in Bosanska Krajina. In the center of the city, there is a square from the Middle Ages.