Mostar over a river with buildings on the side
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10 things you need to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina

We stayed at Sarajevo Swissotel, I was very pleased. The hotel opened in 2018, everything is new, clean and comfortable. His SPA and restaurant were also very successful; I especially loved his breakfast. THY and Pegasus are flying. There are no visas for Turks. You may need a car on your way from the city center to historic sites. We rented a car on our way to Mostar and the Pyramids.

a tall glass building

Bosnian pastry sorry 'burmese' is a name-made pastry that has now entered the cuisine of our country. One of the most delicious restaurants you can taste, cooked in a wood-burning oven and according to bosnians; Sac Buregdzinica. The portion is 4KM, or 12TL. It's served with cream. I like your mince the most. Order mixed portions to taste them all.

a plate of food

How delicious can a meatball be? You need to go to Petica Ferhatovic to find out the answer to this question. Finely chopped onions alongside meatballs reminiscent of melting cream and Inegol meatballs in the warm pita. It's a feast of flavor. The price of the local name "çevabi" is 21TL. Don't come back until you've eaten.

a plate of food

It was the place I was most impressed with on this trip. Between 1992 and 1995, a tunnel was dug 800 meters long, 1 meter deep and 1.60 meters high from the city to the bottom of a house close to the airport during the war, which saved the lives of 300,000 Bosniaks. The house next to the airport belongs to the Kolar family. The family donates their home to the army and the tunnel takes 4 months and 4 days to build. An average of 1,000 people a day left the city during the war, using this tunnel.

a narrow hallway with a railing

Walk through The Chief Minister from start to finish, and even when you walk forward, you'll notice that it's almost cut in half. At some point, the new city begins. The pastry shop and meatball shop I mentioned are in the market. Trams are available from the hotel. Tram one way 5.40 TL.

a city with a white picket fence

It has been discovered in recent years and is thought to be the oldest pyramid in the world. The oldest is called the Sun and is 220 meters high, 34,000 years old. However, the investigations are still ongoing. We drove 40 minutes from the hotel.

a landscape with trees and hills

Coffee is forty years old in bosnian culture as well as in our culture. Their coffee is less stringent and plain. It's served with sugar and marshmallows. I like wire because I don't like it very much.

a tray with a couple of cups of liquid on it

Mostar is the largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Mostar bridge, which gave the city its name, was destroyed by Croats during the civil war. A group of countries, including Turkey, subsequently restored the Mostar bridge and was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005. Another interesting story about Mostar is that young men jump off this bridge to show their lovers their courage. In fact, they were doing it with a special technique called swallowjump; Some girls may not give their daughters to those whose fathers don't dare jump. Today, young people collect money from tourists and jump.

a bridge over a river

I didn't like any dessert I tried, so I can't offer you desserts, cafes or bakeries, but their marshmallows were one of the most delicious marshmallows I've ever eaten. Taste it from one of the marshmallows inside the Chief Minister' s.

a plate of food

Located in blagaj, southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, the historic Alperenler Tekkesi dates back to the 15th century. It dates back to the 19th century. Inside are the tombs of Yellow Saltuk and Sheikh Açbas. I suggest you have a Bosnian coffee by the river after visiting tekke.

a building on a cliff
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