Bosnia and Herzegovina, often called Bosnia-Herzegovina and in short informally known as Bosnia, is situated at the heart of the Balkan Peninsula. The country encompasses Mediterranean and Alpine climates and landscapes. Some of the richest flora and fauna in Europe can be found in the ‘heart-shaped’ country.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a long name for a country that measures just over 50,000 square kilometers! The entire country counts about 3.8 million people, Sarajevo is the capital and largest city with approx.
310 000 people.
Bosnian cuisine is balanced between Western and Eastern influences. The food is closely related to Turkish, Middle Eastern, and other Mediterranean cuisines. One of the most commonly known meat dishes is Ćevapi, a Bosnian kebab: small grilled meat sausages made of lamb and beef served with onions, sour cream, ajvar and Bosnian pita bread. Yum!