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Walks in Europe's Least Visited Country


 

www.walksworldwide.com Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH) exhibited for the first time at London’s World Travel Market vowing to shake off outdated negative public perceptions, still in circulation over 10-years since the Dayton Peace Accord. Walking specialist Walks Worldwide is amongst the first UK tour operators to include BiH in its 2008 programme – providing a glorious opportunity to experience some of Europe’s least-visited high country! New 10-day small group expertly escorted walking tours depart London 15th June and 14th September 2008.
BiH offers a magical mix of mediaeval forest, 2,000 metre peaks, highland villages immersed in centuries-old heritage and traditions and a restored capital with elegant piazzas and boulevards leading to a maze of alleyways imbued with the aroma of Turkish coffee – elsewhere an overused cliché, but in Sarajevo travellers observe a genuine crossroads of East meets West.
Despite a widespread misconception that BiH’s countryside is off-limits due to landmine risk, unfortunately reinforced by recent well-meaning though misinformed TV coverage, BiH’s striking landscapes are most definitely open for business. Home of Europe’s last primeval forest, this intriguing corner of the Alps is welcoming tourists back to discover the hundreds of hiking trails inherited from former Yugoslavia. From historic Sarajevo and Mostar, both home to icon bridges and both peaceful for over a decade, Walks Worldwide travellers will visit ancient mountain villages in the Bjelasnica hinterland and explore the magnificent mountains of Sutjeska National Park, including a challenging hike up mighty Maglic (the country’s highest peak at 2,386 metres) on the border with Montenegro. It is also possible to  discover the little-known paths of Herzegovina’s ‘Himalayas’, hiking in pristine wilderness along one of King Karadjordzevic’s old hunting trails. Finally there is the  spectacular watery path of the Neretva, a constant emerald gem flowing through Herzegovina to the Adriatic.
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Walks Worldwide is one of the first UK tour operators to include BiH in its programme. (29/11/2007)

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