Across Europe, you’ll find tempting breakfast offerings. Keep an open mind and palate— you never know what delights you could discover unless you taste for yourself!
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Bosnia-Herzegovina is located on the Balkan Peninsula between Croatia and Serbia. This beautiful country is no stranger to conflict, with remnants of the devastating civil war of the 1990s still visible. And yet travelers will be impressed by the country’s resilient charm, delightful scenery and an intriguing mix of historical influences.
Sarajevo is a city of fascinating contrasts. From the cobbled old town market of Baščaršija, where the city was founded by Ottoman’s in the 15th century, to rebuilt structures and modern internet cafes—the city offers many interesting sites to explore. Sarajevo is the only major European city to have a mosque, synagogue, Catholic church and Orthodox church within the same neighborhood. Outside the capital, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s smaller mountain villages showcase medieval castles and jaw-dropping surroundings.