Childhood Memories at Bosnian Bus Stop
Welcome to a small village in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Attack of the Bosnian Cows!
We hang out with some cows in Bosnia and Herzegovina on a small Bosnian village.
History of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Part 2) PreHistory/ Early History/ Illyrians
In part 2 of the History of Bosnia & Herzegovina series, we take a look at the pre and early history of the area. The kingdoms of the Illyrians, The Roman Wars and much more.
The Jerusalem of Europe (Old Town, Sarajevo in Bosnia)
We explore the historic old town of Sarajevo, Bosnia, called Bascarsija, located in the Capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. We taste the interesting local foods and deserts and view old Mosques and buildings from the Ottoman and Austria-Hungary Dynasties. We also try the local hookah and beer. Join us in exploring this historic city.
Crazy Party in a Small Bosnian Village (Bosnia and Herzegovina))
We return to my hometown village to throw a crazy Bosnian village party with a lamb on a spit, rakija, vodka and a forest awaiting adventures. We are in the small village Gajevi next to Koraj and Celic, the village where I grew up in. Enjoy this Bosnia vlog and come have some fun with us.
10 Places to Visit in Sarajevo According to a Local
Sarajevo is a city with a long and rich history, dating back to the 15th century. The Ottoman Empire founded the city and made it its administrative center by 1850. In 1878, it became a part of Hungarian empire and later a part of Yugoslavia. The city was also the site of the 1984 Winter Olympics. In recent years, Sarajevo has become a popular tourist destination, due to its historical significance and natural beauty.
Sarajevo Special: Heartbreaking History of the Bosnian Capital
Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with 275,524 inhabitants. The Sarajevo metropolitan area, including Sarajevo Canton and East Sarajevo, is home to 555,210 inhabitants. Nestled within the greater Balkan region, Sarajevo is situated on the Miljacka River in the heart of Southeastern Europe and the Balkans. It is famous for its traditional religious and cultural diversity, with adherent Islam, Orthodox Christianity, Catholicism, and Judaism coexisting for centuries. Due to this long and rich history, Sarajevo is often called the "Jerusalem of Europe" or "Jerusalem of the Balkans." It is one of only a few major European cities with a mosque, Catholic church, Orthodox church, and synagogue within its old town boundaries. A bombardment during the Siege of Sarajevo in 1992 by forces of the Yugoslav People's Army heralded the start of the Bosnian War, which would last four years and claim over 100,000 lives. Today, the city has re-emerged as a thriving metropolis with a growing tourist industry. It is not surprising that 75% of the top 100 travel influencers listed Sarajevo as the most vibrant city in Europe. Visitors travel to Sarajevo to experience its culture, heritage, and natural beauty.
Places to Visit and Explore This Summer in Bosnia and Herzegovina According to a Bosnian
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a landlocked country in the Balkans with a rich history dating back to the Middle Ages. Today, it is a growing tourist destination due to its natural beauty, diverse culture, and friendly people. While most visitors stick to the capital city of Sarajevo and its surroundings, there are many other amazing places to see in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here are 10 unique places to visit in this picturesque country.
Entering a Dark Deep Cave in Historic Blagaj, Bosnia
In today's Bosnia Travel Video, witness one of the most historic and magical places in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The magnificent caves, cliffs, and 600-year-old buildings of Blagaj. Join us in this cinematic Bosnia Vlog as we explore Blagaj and its magnificent caves. From the River Buna to the Dervish Monastery, this historic town is one of the most photographed spots in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Watch as we take a small boat into a cave of the biggest drinkable spring in all of Europe.
Amazing Airbnb in Downtown Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Welcome to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo. We show a tour of this amazing Airbnb rental that has stunning views of the city.
The Freshest Fish Meal on the Road to Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
We stop by a beautiful location to pick our fresh fish and then eat them. Enjoy the food and the views of this awesome Bosnian Restaurant in Kladanj, on our way to the capital of Bosnia, Sarajevo.
Top Food of Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia (Part 2)
What does Bosnian food and Croatian food look like? This is part 2 of our Food Journey through Bosnia and Croatia. Join us as we try Bosnian Chips, Croatian Pasta and many traditional dishes from both countries. This is a compilation video of all the awesome food we encountered on our way traveling the Balkans.
Top Food of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia (Part 1)
We traveled through Bosnia and Croatia for 15 days. This is a compilation of all the delicious food we ate along the way. From the meat-heavy Bosnian Food of Cevapi (Grilled Sausages), Burek and Sirnica (Meat and Cheese Pitas) and Lamb on a Spit, to a seafood heavy Mediterranean style of Croatian food like Shrimp pastas and Octopus salads. Enjoy the food adventures.
Top 5 Reasons to Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina
Welcome to a hidden Southeastern European gem that offers beautiful nature with stunning waterfalls, diverse and historic architecture, and much more. These are the reasons it should be your next vacation destination.