Top 10 Unusual Tourist Attractions In Bosnia and Herzegovina

There are so many things to do in this Balkan Peninsula that it is hard to know where to start. With so many weird and wonderful destinations to choose from you really do get the best of the best when you visit this federation…


Top 10 Unusual Tourist Attractions In Bosnia and Herzegovina


Bruce Lee Sculpture of Mostar, Mostar
Bruce Lee Sculpture of Mostar, Mostar

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Let us start this list as we mean to go on with a weird and wonderful statue of the one and only Bruce Lee in the heart of Mostar!

Canned Beef Monument, Sarajevo
Canned Beef Monument, Sarajevo

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No, it’s not the world’s biggest tin of canned beef, it is, in fact, a war monument about rationing.

Partisan Memorial Cemetery, Mostar
Partisan Memorial Cemetery, Mostar

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With amazing stone work and puzzle piece shaped headstones, this is a mystery of death and a wonderful memorial.

Zeljava Airbase, Željava
Zeljava Airbase, Željava

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It’s worth going to this abandoned airbase just to see the plane cut concrete base. Looks like a secret alien base.

Pyramid of the Sun, Visoko
Pyramid of the Sun, Visoko

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Said to be Europe’s first pyramid, it is believed to be built between 12,000 and 500 Bce.

Sarajevo Bobsleigh Track, Sarajevo
Sarajevo Bobsleigh Track, Sarajevo

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Made for the 1984 Winter Olympic games, this bobsleigh track is now the home of daring skaters and graffiti artists.

Stanisic Etno Village, Bijeljina
Stanisic Etno Village, Bijeljina

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Built by the Stanisic family, this medieval-style village is now a family fun day out that is well worth a visit.

Drina River House, Вишесава
Drina River House, Вишесава

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This little hut/house was built on 1969 on its little rock island and it is still standing today (all be it in a dilapidated state).

Watermills of Jajce, Jezero
Watermills of Jajce, Jezero

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See all those little wooden huts? Well, they are all tiny windmills that were once used to ground the wheat into flour.

Kravice Waterfalls, Studenci
Kravice Waterfalls, Studenci

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Located on the Trebižat River, this tropical jungle looking waterfall looks out of place there but is often considered one of the greatest secrets Bosnia and Herzegovina have to offer. Be warned that this place in the summer gets very busy indeed.