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Resorts in Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Much like the country itself, your ALL holiday resort in Bosnia-Herzegovina has it all: premium accommodations, indulgent restaurants, blissful spas and no end of exciting things to do.


About Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina, commonly referred to as simply Bosnia, is a country located in Southeast Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. It is bordered by Serbia to the east, Montenegro to the southeast, Croatia to the north and west, and the Adriatic Sea to the south. The capital and largest city is Sarajevo. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a diverse population of around 3.3 million people, with Bosniaks, Croats, and Serbs being the three largest ethnic groups. The official languages are Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian, although they are mutually intelligible. The country has a rich history, having been part of various empires and kingdoms throughout the centuries, including the Ottoman Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Frequently asked questions

Bosnia and Herzegovina can be reached by various modes of transportation, including by air, road, and rail. The country has several international airports, including Sarajevo International Airport, Banja Luka International Airport, and Mostar International Airport. These airports have regular flights from many European cities, including Frankfurt, Vienna, Istanbul, and Zagreb.

Bosnia and Herzegovina has many beautiful and historically significant attractions that are definitely worth visiting such as Old Bridge in Mostar, Sarajevo's old town, Kravica Waterfalls, Jajce Waterfall, Vrelo Bosne, Sutjeska National Park and Sutjeska National Park. Whether you're interested in history, culture, or nature, you're sure to find something that will pique your interest.

Bosnia and Herzegovina has a rich culinary tradition influenced by its history and geographic location. Here are some of the most popular and delicious dishes and drinks to try when visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina such as burek, dolma, pita, kajmak, and various desserts like baklava and tufahija. Don't be afraid to explore the local cuisine and discover new flavors!

Ideally located halfway between Sarajevo and its mountain tops, surrounded by the Olympic Mountains with their rivers and lakes, the resort features 55 hotel rooms with balconies and 18 luxury villas. It offers great indoor and outdoor facilities, both for business and leisure, conference and banqueting facilities with state-of-the-art technology, stylish panoramic restaurant, luxury spa and wellness oasis, swimming pool and fitness centre. Tarcin Forest Resort & Spa Sarajevo operates as a dry hotel.

The best time to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina depends on what you want to see and do, as the country experiences different weather conditions and seasonal variations throughout the year. Overall, the best time to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina depends on your interests and preferences. If you want to avoid crowds and enjoy pleasant weather, the spring and fall seasons can be a good choice. If you want to experience the summer festivals and outdoor activities, then the summer season is the best. If you're a winter sports enthusiast, then the winter season is ideal.

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