Are you looking for a great European road trip? We definitely recommend visiting the gorgeous Balkan peninsula – it is full of amazing destinations. Some of them are well known, and some are still hidden gems. Keep reading and find out what are the best cities in the Balkans and go on a road trip that you will never forget.
No traveling experience is complete without trying some traditional food from the place you’re visiting. Street food is everyone’s favorite food to experience, and especially in the Balkans. Balkans street food is something special, its tradition goes at least five centuries back. In this blog post we bring you the best of the Balkans street food, so keep reading, we hope you’re not too hungry.
We are sure that you’ve never heard of a smaller country with more beautiful natural and historical sights that are worth visiting. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a rather small country in Western Balkans with emerald green rivers, amazing mountains, huge forests, and great old towns with interesting Ottoman architecture and it deserves more attention than it gets. Even though we recently wrote about a few underrated cities in Europe we didn’t include any of the Bosnian cities in it because this beautiful little country deserves a post of its own. So, we are bringing you the top 10 places to visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Keep reading, relax, enjoy, and plan to visit Bosnia in the next year.
If you are visiting Bosnia there are a few cities that you must visit and one of them is Banja Luka. Lying on the Vrbas river, this gorgeous city is known for its tree-lined avenues, boulevards, gardens, and parks. Banja Luka is influenced by different cultures and it is noticeable in the city’s architecture which is pretty amazing. A lot of summer festivals will keep you well entertained, so be sure to get there in the summertime. In case you have never been here we are bringing you the ultimate Banja Luka guide for first-time visitors.
So, let’s start exploring this beautiful green city on the Vrbas river.
If we were to describe Banjaluka in one sentence, it would probably be “the city of amazing natural heritage, cultural monuments, green boulevards, some of the of the best festivals in the region and a place whose citizens would probably win a most hospitable award, if there was one“.