Experience Bosnia and Herzegovina by renting a holiday home
Situated in the heart of the former Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina is a mountainous land that was at the forefront of some of the most defining events of the 20th century. A holiday home in Bosnia and Herzegovina is an opportunity to experience the rich religious and cultural diversity firsthand, where the histories of Islam, Orthodoxy and Catholicism meet.
Skiing in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a perfect holiday rental destination all year round. However, choosing a holiday home during the January-March period offers the perfect conditions for skiing. Having hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics, this region knows a thing or two about winter sports. Jahorina is one of the most popular destinations and is easily accessible from the capital, Sarajevo. You can rent a holiday apartment or house in Sarajevo, or the greater surrounding area and take one of the daily buses to the foot of the mountain. Skiing here is family orientated, so you can book ski lessons for beginners and children or more experienced skiers can tackle some of the more challenging slopes.
With holiday apartments and holiday houses in Mostar, the unofficial capital of the Herzegovina region, you will have the Stari Most (Old Bridge) on your doorstep. The Stari Most is an iconic symbol of the city and country and is a lasting testament to the influence of the Ottoman Empire, which ruled the region for over five centuries. A holiday rental in Mostar will allows you to see the famous mosques, old town and bridges of Mostar without the hassle of commuting.
A holiday rental in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a practical way to see firsthand the influence of the Ottoman Empire in Mostar or to enjoy skiing with the convenience of the nearby capital Sarajevo. Choosing a holiday home in Bosnia and Herzegovina gives you an uncomplicated experience of the Balkans, which is slowly but surely attracting holidaymakers. With a holiday house in Bosnia and Herzegovina you can see what this small country has to offer.