what to drink in mostar
Bey soup, delicious taste of local cuisine
Traditional dishes in Bosnia and Herzegovina are often prepared with meat, and all meals are plentiful and delicious.
Winter is coming to Mostar
As another December month is approaching, we can safely say winter is coming to Herzegovina.
Japrak rolls, one of the traditional meals in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The fertile and sunny region of Herzegovina is well known for its wine producing land and being surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Neretva.
Sheepskin cheese in Herzegovina
The region of Herzegovina has been a place where different cultural influences mixed in the past. There was always a gap between living in the city and the lifestyle of people who lived in the […]
Since the cuisine in Bosnia and Herzgeovina is balanced between Western and Eastern influences, many tourists who visit our country find the food here to be irresistible.
Prosciutto in Herzegovina
Traditional food in Bosnia and Herzegovina is often prepared with meat, and meals are plentiful and delicious. The meat is of extraordinary quality, often organic, and well prepared. Meat is the ingredient of some of […]
Collards, symbol of Herzegovina which raised many generations
The historic region of Herzegovina has been a place where different cultural influences mixed in the past. There was always a gap between living in the city and the lifestyle of people who lived in […]
Polenta, favorite Herzegovinian dish
The cuisine in Bosnia and Herzegovina is balanced between Western and Eastern influences.
Best tips for packing on short notice
Sometimes there is nothing better than going on a vacation and planning your trip. However, many of us have trouble when it comes to pack properly.
Goat cheese in Blidinje
The Blidinje Nature Park is located in Herzegovina in the high mountains of central Dinarides, and covers an area of mountain ranges ÄŒvrsnica and Vran. This is one of the most beautiful areas of our […]
Kadayif, traditional Bosnian pastry
Kadayif (Arabian word) is a sweet dessert made from pastry soaked in sweet, sugar-based syrup, typical of the regions belonging to the former Ottoman Empire. It is a specialty of the Levant and adjoining areas […]
Traditional Turkish Houses in Mostar, remains of Ottoman period
Many remains of the Ottoman period in Bosnia and Herzegovina are still fully preserved; such is the case with the picturesque Ottoman houses in Mostar.
Best places to take selfies in Mostar
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Tufahija, baklava and kadayif, favorite desserts in Bosnia and Hercegovina
Bosnian dishes are similar to dishes from Turkey, Greece and other Mediterranean cuisines. Due to prolonged Austro-Hungarian administration, there are also influences of Central European cuisine.
Smile with Tour Guide Mostar
Last week the Tour Guide Mostar team spent time in the Old Town of Mostar spending quality time with the visitors and tourists who came to Mostar.
Best Traditional Meals in Mostar
The land of Bosnia and Herzegovina is an unique mixture of different cultures and civilizations.
The 17th Mediterranean Film Festival
The 17th Mediterranean Film Festival of feature films will be held this month in Siroki Brijeg. This festival creates a unique atmosphere, a mix of relaxation, tourism, entertainment, rhythm and films. Therefore in short time […]
Local tavern in Mostar, place for stories and friends
Bosnia and Herzegovina is adorned with the title of being the country where the purest foundations of local taverns can be found. Today in the Balkan area these taverns are called â€œkafanaâ€.
The Oldest Cultivated Types Of Fruit in Herzegovina – Pomegranate
The land of Herzegovina amazes with its raggily beautiful land, deep valleys and turquoise waters of Neretva river. Because of its mild climate, this place is perfect for growing fruit like figs, grapes, lemon, pomegranate, […]
Traditional Bosnian Coffee Pot
Coffee pot is the metal, kitchen dish with handle designed especially for cooking coffee. It is a symbol of Bosnia and Herzegovina and part of a tradition that is passed for generations.