BH TOURISM

How ‘Vogue’ wrote about Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina back in 2017?

In 2017, one of the most popular American lifestyle magazines Vogue has included BiH among 9 most attractive tourist destination that every woman should visit.

BiH found itself on the list with Peru, Australia, Finland, Canada, Nepal, Jordan, Kenya, and other countries in the Balkans.

They noted from Vogue that there was never a better time for adventurous women to put on comfortable shoes and visit some of the most beautiful and undiscovered destinations in the world.

As for BiH, for women is recommended route Via Dinarica that connects seven countries through which is extended the Dinaric Alps mountain range. It is a trail that begins and ends in Slovenia and Macedonia and passes through BiH, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania.

“You can experience the rich cultural heritage of the region during a hike in the local villages. The path passes through unexplored areas”, as noted from Vogue.

For lovers of the bike is recommended a route that runs from Athens and leads to Amsterdam with stops in Albania, Montenegro, BiH, Croatia and Slovenia.

”The Herzegovina region—located in the southern 20 percent of Bosnia and Herzegovina—is a gourmand and oenophile haven with myriad organic, homegrown food purveyors and wine producers all pioneering the Slow Food movement in the area. During a visit, book a holiday with Black Mountain, where you can stay at a rural, family-run estate and farm like Marica Gaj. Here, you can cook traditional meals while drinking the property’s very own wine. Stop by the stunning waterfalls of Kravice on the Trebižat River before arriving to Mostar: Walk amongst millhouse restaurants to the Stari Most, arguably the most famous bridges in all of the Balkans, which crosses Neretva River, connecting both sides of town. Sip a classic Turkish coffee before heading to Blagaj, one of the most beautiful village monasteries in Herzegovina and a source of the river Buna. Venturing further south, visit Stanica Ravno, a boutique hotel and winery converted from an old railway station, continuing to Vukoje Winery, a winery with sweeping views of the historic town of Trebinje. End your journey at Stara Hercegovina Restaurant, where you can try your hand at making prijesnac, a Serbian cheese soufflé made of eggs and cheese,” is stated in the Vogue.

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