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Travel guide: Come, Enjoy, Pass It On BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - 30 Unforgettable Destinations
Soon also the Czech edition
09/10/2017
Soon also the Czech edition
In the middle of November 2017, the translation ...
150 Tourist destinations in Bosnia
05/04/2017
150 Tourist destinations in Bosnia
The book "Come, Enjoy, Pass It On BOSNIA AND ...
Tips for a vacation in Bosnia: museums to visit
03/07/2016
Tips for a vacation in Bosnia: museums to visit
National Museum of Bosnia and ...
Little different pictures of Mostar
16/05/2016
Little different pictures of Mostar
Old Bridge in Mostar - eternal ...
Five tips for your holiday in Bosnia and Herzegovina
27/04/2016
Five tips for your holiday in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Semešnica River The Semešnica is ...
Top 10 tourist destinations and activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
19/04/2016
Top 10 tourist destinations and activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
1) City of Mostar Mostar is located in the ...
An unforgettable holiday in Herzegovina
03/04/2016
An unforgettable holiday in Herzegovina
During every stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina I ...
Trip to the Neretva Canyon
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Trip to the Neretva Canyon
I have met the journalist Mirella Sidro already ...

150 Tourist destinations in Bosnia

05/04/2017

The book "Come, Enjoy, Pass It On BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA" (ISBN 978-39503785-28) from the author Amel Salihbačić is a mixture of a picture and traveler book of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The book contains 30 chapters, of which 2 are dedicated to the cities of Mostar and Sarajevo, while the remaining 28 focus on different destinations across Bosnia and Herzegovina. In total over 150 attractions and activities all over Bosnia are presented.

 

 

This book has been published in Bosnian, English, German, Italian and Turkish.

 

It is possible to buy it via online portals in Europe, bigger bookstores in Austria, Germany and the Swiss, and on many sales places in Sarajevo and Mostar.

Here is the complete list.