oming to Sarajevo June 6th through 9th, a monumental event, 2014: 100 years after World War I at the Bosanski kulturni centar Sarajevo.
Expected to open in late 2014, the 75-suite Residence Inn Sarajevo will operate as a Marriott franchise, owned by SEIC Hospitality and managed by Interstate Hotels & Resorts.
According to the Arab Times, some 7,000 Kuwaitis have been vacationing in Bosnia Herzegovina since June. Also the number of vacationers from Kuwait is expected to increase to 17,000 by the end of the year.
Despite its dark past, Bosnia-Herzegovina is now reborn as a country of culture, arts and adventure. It is, as yet, undiscovered by the tourist throng.
Argophilia Travel News has selected ten of the most interesting and diverse events in Eastern Europe to help you choose a destination for 2012.
The 7th Kozara Ethno Festival will be held on July, 1-4, 2011, in Piskavica, Banja Luka.
Every July, for the whole month, Sarajevo celebrates the Nights of Baščaršija, considered the largest summer cultural festival in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Kid’s Festival is the largest independent youth event in S.E. Europe, and will open June 10, to last till June 14, 2011.
For a ski holiday in a faraway land, consider Bosnia-Herzegovina. The beautiful capital city is Sarajevo, which played host to the Winter Olympics in 1984. For superb skiing vacations, or just camping out next to the campfire at one of Europe’s most famous Winter destinations, Bosnia-Herzegovina presents a unique travel value.
Visit Sarajevo this February: the XXVII International Festival Sarajevo – “Sarajevo Winter 2011” February 7-28, 2011 – has a lot to offer.
It is not the ideal time to travel to Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia or Montenegro. The five Eastern European countries were hit by a natural disaster of unprecedented proportions.
The EU has now granted fee visa privileges to Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina in an effort to spur democratic reforms and progress. These two Balkan republics’ citizens can now travel freely within the Schengen area, basically all of the EU. Officials warn of a withdrawal of privileges should serious problems with immigration ensue.
EU interior ministers are expected to lift visa requirements for Albanian and Bosnian citizens today, with a decision that will allow biometric passport-holders from the two countries to stay up to three months in any European state which is part of the Schengen zone. Britain and Ireland are not included, but non EU-states Switzerland, Iceland […]