I t doesn’t get any more #NoFil­ter than Bos­nia

These rare sights i n Bos­nia are j ust new worlds wait­ing to be dis­cov­ered.

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JUMP OFF A BRIDGE AT MOSTAR

Cloud­less azure skies serve as a back­drop for a 16 th-cen­tury bridge( though now re­fur­bished ), and a river as clear as crys­tal streams be­neath it. This is Most ar, at own steeped in his­tory and in­ter sec­tions of cul­ture. Take as troll through the paved al­leys, take in the sights( quaint shops line the walk ways) and en­joy a nice cream. By the river, ba skin the sun with your bev­er­age of choice and marvel at your cen­turies-old sur­rounds. The bridge is the cen­tre of at­ten­tion, and while not many are brave enough to jump off it, you can pay a fee and do the dare!

FEED THE SWANS AT VRELO BOSNE

V rel oB os ne in Sara­jveo is home to the Spring of the Bosna River, from which the coun­try’ s name de­rives. Sure, you’d prob­a­bly treat it as any other park but once you en­ter, you’ll re­alise what ar are oa­sis this is, sit­u­ated at the foot hill sofa moun­tain­ous range and lo­cated right in the coun­try’ s cap­i­tal city as well. It’ s lush, scenic, and if you’ re ex­pe­ri­enc­ing good weather, you’ll breathe in to­tally# no fil­ter good air. You can ride a horse and cart down a tree-lined av­enue, then me­an­der the trails to ob­serve the crys­tal wa­ter soft he river sand lakes. When you feed duck sand swans a top ag lis­ten­ing lake, you’ll re­alise why vis­i­tors du bit a slice of par­adise.

A truly #nofil­ter back­drop

Gar­dens straight out of a fair ytale

The his­tor­i­cal old bridge

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