Swimming in the sparkling blue waters of the Adriatic sea, admiring the facades of a Roman fortress city centre, gorging on traditional Dalmatian cuisine and sunbathing on the beach – doesn’t this make for a tantalising itinerary?
In this modern day and age where technology is becoming smaller to make our lives go seemingly “faster”, it’s a wonder that we are still fascinated with ancient history when life moved at a much slower pace. And nowhere are we more enchanted with at this moment than the medieval city of Dubrovnik.
Large historic man-made pieces of architecture tend to be a major tourist drawcard for most cities and Mostar is no different. Often referred to as Bosnia and Herzegovina’s “cultural capital”, it’s the majestic reconstructed Stari Most (Old Bridge) that enchants visitors from around the world.
Cities have fallen and empires have crumbled; but each time, cities are rebuilt and the people come together. This is certainly true in Bosnia and Herzegovina and particularly in its capital, Sarajevo.