Best Vacation Home Deals in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Vacation Rental Price Information in Bosnia and Herzegovina
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in July (7/20 - 7/27), where prices hit an average of $64 a night. The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in November (11/9 - 11/16).
Rental Availability Information in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Bosnia and Herzegovina(in %). It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of December (12/7 - 12/14), as 36% of the rentals are booked. People tend to travel less to Bosnia and Herzegovina during a week in June (6/1 - 6/8) when only 8% of the rentals are booked.
Explore the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a vacation rental.
Visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina will let you experience one of Europe’s most fascinating hidden gems. Enjoy vacation rentals in buildings that harmoniously blend Eastern and Southern European architectural styles in a continental climate and with a range of cultural and natural highlights to explore.
Discovering the history and culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina
In the capital of Sarajevo, you’ll find an excellent range of vacation homes that will allow you to independently explore this fascinating historic city. Noted as an important center for Europe since Roman times, it has a range of fascinating monuments and cultural institutions.
Stari Grad (Old Town) features an impressively varied mix of Western and Eastern architecture. You'll find a range of churches, mosques and the Baščaršija Market among the cobbled streets.
The city’s Academy of Fine Arts sits facing the Miljacka River. It’s a palatial building that exemplifies the city’s personality as a melting pot for different cultures and national styles. The Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina and National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina are two other major institutions. They make great spots for learning more about the country’s fascinating past.
Exploring the areas around the capital and beyond
Within an hour or so’s drive from Sarajevo are three popular ski resorts: Johorina, Igman and Bjelašnica. They’re easily reached from the city and will take you through stunning natural scenery including mountains and forests.
The town of Neum is unique in Bosnia and Herzegovina as it’s the only part of the country that runs along the coast. This makes it a particularly attractive place to book your vacation rental. Its reputation is well deserved with gorgeous red-roofed houses facing mountains across the strip of the Adriatic Sea that runs along the town.
Grilled food restaurants are popular here, using a variety of delicious local ingredients including seafood. You'll find the town's residents are also particularly fond of ice cream which they sell in generous portions in parlours throughout the city.
Stocking up on local supplies for your visit
Bosnia and Herzegovina still enjoys a delightfully traditional way of life that makes for a refreshingly relaxed pace during your stay. Markets are popular and include Ciglane, a flea market where you can also find food products, and Otoka, specialising in varied food and clothes.
Examples of local products available in Bosnia and Herzegovina include Middle and Far Eastern spices and sweets, reflecting the country’s multicultural heritage. Handmade textiles such as clothes, bags and other accessories are often available at markets and boutiques, particularly in Stari Grad.
There are also a number of supermarkets popular throughout the country. Bingo is a great budget option selling all the essentials at great prices. Robot is another popular chain with several large hypermarkets ideal for finding a larger selection of produce.
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