Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bihać is a captivating Bosnian gem known for its untouched natural beauty, cascading waterfalls, and rich history. A harmonious blend of serene landscapes and cultural treasures, Bihać is an oasis for nature lovers and history enthusiasts alike. Read more

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Situated in the northwest part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bihać is the administrative center of the Una-Sana Canton. The town's heart is defined by the sparkling Una River, whose rapids and waterfalls are favorites among kayakers and rafters. Moreover, the riverbanks are dotted with cafes and eateries, making it an ideal spot to relax while listening to the river's gentle murmurs.
Bihać's history is both rich and tumultuous, with its strategic location making it a sought-after territory through various empires. The remnants of forts, mosques, and churches stand testimony to its diverse past.
The Una National Park, near Bihać, is a jewel of untouched nature. It boasts crystal-clear waters, enchanting waterfalls, and a diverse ecosystem, making it a perfect destination for hikers, nature enthusiasts, and photographers.
Visiting Bihać offers a retreat into nature's embrace, enhanced by the profound cultural imprints and the town's welcoming spirit.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Bihać

Una National Park

Home to the stunning Štrbački Buk waterfall, the park offers various activities from rafting to picnics amidst nature.

Fethija Mosque

A unique religious site, originally a Catholic church, which was later transformed into a mosque.

Ostrovica Castle

Perched atop a hill, these ruins offer a panoramic view of Bihać and its surroundings.

Captain's Tower

A medieval fortress in the center of Bihać, bearing witness to its historic past.

Una River Springs

A serene spot where you can witness the very beginning of the mesmerizing Una River.

Klokot Springs

Another magical spring spot, perfect for nature lovers and those seeking solace.

Grmuša Waterfalls

Located near Bihać, it's a lesser-known spot, ideal for a peaceful retreat.

Martin Brod Waterfalls

A series of mesmerizing cascades on the Una River, surrounded by lush greenery.

Arslanagića Bridge

An iconic Ottoman bridge, showcasing brilliant stone architecture.

Japanese Garden

A peaceful haven in Bihać, this garden is inspired by Japanese aesthetics and is a perfect spot for relaxation.

What else to visit
In and around Bihac

Plitvice Lakes National Park (22.69 km)

The Plitvice Lakes are an incredible natural wonder of Croatia, with sixteen azure and turquoise lakes connected by captivating waterfalls. This national park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will enchant you with its beautiful landscape.

Rastoke (39.88 km)

Rastoke is a village, located in the Town of Slunj, known for the Slunjčica River, which flows into the Korana River at Rastoke. Rastoke is also known under the name "city of cats", because statistically it is the city with the most cats per pe

Rastoke (39.98 km)

Rastoke, often referred to as the "Small Lakes of Plitvice," is a picturesque village where nature's beauty harmoniously merges with rich history and architectural marvels.

Novalja (81.14 km)

Novalja, a lively resort on the Croatian island of Pag, is known for its dynamic atmosphere, beautiful beaches and energetic nightlife. It is a popular destination among young people looking for sun, sea and fun.

Nin (83.73 km)

Nin is a picturesque town dripping with historical significance. With its charming cobbled streets and ancient ruins, Nin provides an intimate glimpse into Croatia's vibrant past, all set against the backdrop of the mesmerizing Adriatic Sea.

Zadar (92.74 km)

Zadar, a coastal town with a rich history on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, offers a fascinating mix of Roman architecture and contemporary art. This city breathes history while pulsating with modern life.

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