Bentbaša, sometimes pronounced as Bembaša, is a captivating district nestled along Sarajevo’s Miljacka River. This historical site, once hosting Isa-beg’s mills and guesthouses, holds a significant place in the city’s origin. From an ancient bridge made of goat hides commissioned by Omer-paša Latas to the bustling Da Riva Bath, this area’s vibrant history resonates through its alleys. As you delve into Bentbaša’s stories, don’t miss the thrilling tradition of cliff diving that continues to enthrall spectators, harmonizing athleticism with Sarajevo’s iconic landscape.
…Bosnian Himalayas… View this post on Instagram A post shared by lll.ba Bosnia & Herzegovina Travel Guide (@discover_bosnia_herzegovina) Nestled in the northern part of Herzegovina, the Prenj Massif is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. With its awe-inspiring landscapes, diverse wildlife, and thrilling activities, this mountain range offers an unforgettable adventure for nature enthusiasts