Bosnia has wonderful winding rivers, spectacular waterfalls, friendly traditional villages, and panoramic mountain views which will take your breath away.
Whether you’re hiking in the Dinaric Alps or skiing in the Bjelasnica Mountains, you’ll find something to keep you occupied. Jahorina hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics and is building a reputation as an exciting skiing destination without the high prices.
If you’re after other adrenaline inducing sports, white water rafting is hugely popular in Bosnia and can be experienced on three major rivers. The Una in the Northwest, the Neretva in Herzegovina, and the most exciting of all, the Tara. Found at the bottom of the deepest river canyon in Europe, the Tara River is absolutely mesmerising and one of Bosnia’s must see sights.
Reasons to book with Zest Car Rental
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in Bosnia. With a booking process that’s both simple and hassle-free. We’ve made planning your trip easier than ever. We don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees either.
We work with carefully selected and trusted car rental providers in Bosnia who, like us, care about customer service. Our head office is based in the UK and is open 6 days a week, past ‘normal’ working hours. We also operate a 24/7 emergency phone service and give you total peace of mind with breakdown assistance throughout Bosnia included.
Should you need it, we also offer top-up insurance to ensure you’re completely covered. But to top it off, when it comes to renting a car in Bosnia, we’ve simplified the small print so you can focus on the bigger picture – your holiday.
There is so much to see and do across Bosnia it can be tricky to know where to start.
Banja Luka – Bosnia’s second largest city, Banja Luka was almost flattened in 1969 by an earthquake. Although many of its most beautiful buildings were destroyed, Banja Luka is the perfect setting for learning more about Bosnia’s history. Don’t forget to take a trip alongside the enchanting Vrbas River too.
Mostar Bridge – A tale of two cities is the best way to describe Mostar. The district is split between the Neretva River, with one side host to a Bosnian community and the other a community of Croats. Bringing the two together is the picturesque Mostar Bridge, which has stood across the river since 1566. Destroyed during the war in 1993, the bridge has been rebuilt and is once again a focal point in the most beautiful city in Bosnia.
Sarajevo Airport – With a backdrop of rolling hills and mountains, Bosnia’s capital city Sarajevo is a slightly secluded capital. Its history has been written by the Byzantine and Ottoman empires of the east and the west’s Roman, Venetian, and Austro-Hungarian empires which has combined a myriad of cultures into one, making Sarajevo a unique place to visit.