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Bosnia and Herzegovina is located in Southeastern Europe, in the western Balkans. It has a 932 km border with Croatia to the north and southwest, a 312 km border with Serbia to the east, and a 215 km border with Montenegro to the southeast. It borders the Adriatic Sea along its 20 km (12.42 mi) coastline.

The major cities are the capital Sarajevo, Banja Luka in the northwest region known as Bosanska Krajina, Bijeljina and Tuzla in the northeast, Zenica and Doboj in the central part of Bosnia and Mostar, the capital of Herzegovina.

The south part of Bosnia has Mediterranean climate and a great deal of agriculture. Central Bosnia is the most mountainous part of Bosnia featuring predominate mountains Vlašić, Čvrsnica, and Prenj. Eastern Bosnia also features mountains like Trebević, Jahorina, Igman, Bjelašnica and Treskavica. It was here that the1984 Winter Olympics were held.

 

The country has only 20 kilometres (12.4 mi) of coastline, around the town of Neum in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, although surrounded by Croatian peninsulas it is possible to get to the middle of the Adriatic from Neum. By United Nations law, Bosnia has a right of passage to the outer sea. Neum has many hotels and is an important tourism destination.

Tourist attractions in Bosnia


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  • Twitter Bujrum: You're always welcome to join! Nothing is quite as connecting and exciting as diving into a traditional... https://t.co/XkWB4ZDNqC
  • Twitter Bužim: A Walk Down Memory Lane Situated in the most northwest of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bužim represents the... https://t.co/isayw36OH8
  • Twitter Only in Bosnia: Nuclear bunker transformed into contemporary art sphere Tito's ARK from 1979: once a top secret... https://t.co/O8VAQHrQin
  • Twitter Hutovo Blato Photo Safari The BirdLife International-chosen Important Bird Area and Bosnia's finest nature/bird... https://t.co/0BHYsBYdbd
  • Twitter The Guardian: Bosnia's 'open-air museum' The Guardian, world-renowned British pinnacle of journalism, recommends... https://t.co/y9nb6GeN1o