60 Instagram Pics That Will Make You Want to Visit Serbia & Bosnia Now

On my recent trip to Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina I was stunned by its natural beauty and the incredible hospitality of the people! I have been active on Instagram for the better part of three years now documenting my trips daily with hopes to inspire more people to travel to undiscovered destinations like these two countries.

Here are my top 60 Instagram pics that I know will inspire you to add Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina to your bucket list now!

Serbia

Kalemegdan, Belgrade

 Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade

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 Belgrade Skyline

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 BBQ Lunch at Comunale Restaurant, Belgrade

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 Knez Mihajlova the main pedestrian street in Belgrade

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 Kalemegdan Fortress Gate in Belgrade

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 Drinking Rakija with friends

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 Trying Burek for the first time

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 The Stunning Golubac Fortress on the Danube River

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 View of the Danube river from the top of Smederevo Fortress

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 Smederevo Fortress from below

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 Roman Ruins of Sirium in Sremska Mitrovica

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Tomb of a Roman Noble in Sirmium, Sremska Mitrovica

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Statue of Emperor Constantine the Great in Nis

See our article: Travel Guide to Nis: What to See and Do

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 Entering Nis Fortress

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Roman Tomb Stones in Nis Fortress

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 Roman Columns at Felix Romuliana

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 The Gate of Felix Romunliana

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 Wine Bottles in Jovic Winery, Knjaževac

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 Drinking wine, rakija and brandy in Jovic Winery, Knjaževac

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 Beautiful old town of Knjaževac

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The Nisava river in Nis after heavy rains

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 Skull Tower in Nis, a darker look into Serbian history

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 Dining in Leskovac, the BBQ capital of Serbia

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 Roman Mosaic in Justinana Prima

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 Colorful Skyline of Novi Sad

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Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad

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Golden Roman Helmet in Vojvodina Museum, Novi Sad

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View of the Danube from Petrovaradin Fortress, Novi Sad

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Tasting Wines in Zivanovic Winery, Sremski Karlovci

Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Srebrenik Fortress, Bosnia’s best-preserved medieval castle

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My First Bosnian Cevapi in Srebrenik Town

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Beautiful Bosnian Countryside

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The Eternal Flame in Sarajevo

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Drinking traditional Bosnian coffee in Sarajevo

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 At the spot where Francis Ferdinand was Assassinated, Sarajevo

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 Hiking in the countryside

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Visegrad “UNESCO” Ottoman Bridge

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View of Travnik from the Ottoman Fortress

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Goulash, Steak and Vegetables at Restaurant Dveri, Sarajevo

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Old Stone Bridge in Konjic

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The best view of Mostar from the top of a minaret

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16th century Muslibegovic Turkish House, Mostar

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 Crazy spread of delicious Bosnian food at restaurant Tima-Irma, Mostar

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Vineyards outside of Mostar

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Dverish House and Buna River in Blagaj

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Stari Most, 16th century reconstructed Ottoman bridge of Mostar

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Ruins of the Roman Villa of Mogorjelo, Čapljina

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Medjugorje right before 6 P.M. mass

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Kravice Waterfalls near Mostar

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View of Pocitelj medieval town from the top of the Fortress

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One of many chiseled tomb stones at Radimlja, Stolac

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Walking around Trebinje

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The Ottoman bridge of Trebinje

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Monastery and houses in Trebinje

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Pliva Waterfall in Jajce

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View over the Medieval town of Jajce

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Panorama of Vrbas River on the way to Banja Luka

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Entering the Fortress of Banja Luka

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Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Banja Luka

I would encourage anyone who loves history, food and wine to explore the beautiful countries of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. I spent 24 wonderful days exploring them both and getting to know the big cities as well as the countryside, ancient ruins, and the local gastronomy. Please stay tuned as we will be publishing lots more material on these two countries in the coming months!

Did you enjoy our pics of Serbia and Bosnia? Have you been to either of these countries? If so, we would love to hear about your favorite places to eat, stay, and see! 

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  1. Great photos David! So many interesting spots to visit and to discover in both countries! I can recommend you for your next visit both Western and Eastern Serbia. You can find some breathtaking viewpoints and amazing hiking trails! Check out more: http://balkanway.com/ Cheers!

    • thank you!

  2. These are really beautiful pictures! In the summer I want to go to Bosnia with my girlfriend. We do not take our own car and we are looking for the best way to travel in this country. The best option seems company Shuttle Kor – http://www.shuttlekor.com/

    Do you have some experience with them? Thank you

    Mira

    • Hi Mira,

      Thanks for writing me. I do not have experience with Shuttle Kor, but they look good! Let me know if you need any further information about Bosnia and Herzegovina!

  3. İt s amazing beatifull country and nice people..I was there last year.By the way I ll tell u my experience on Avis Office in Nicola Tesla Airport.I rent eco car over internet for 112 Euro which was fully paid.İt was fully paid therefore I never tought there was a game or hidden cost.They asked me sign on computer screen to get the car.I didnt see any papers..I never ask them extra insurance or what ever.But when I returned my country they withdrawed 500 euro from my card.They took my signature from computer and prepared fake bills which includes 5-6 different extra services which I never asked them..Pls never Rent a Car in Nicola Tesla Avis office.This is real thing happened me…I called them and asked they said ” this cost comes from winter tires insurance,IT SERVİCE?SWDS service ?Bla bla bla….Car rent 112 USD ,winter tires and other extra things cost me 500 Euro even I never asked them ..İf u go there never use Nicola Tesla Airport Avis Office,they cheat the people…

    • That sounds terrible! I am so sorry that you had that experience at Avis. I hope the rest of your trip went well and that you had a good time despite this bad experience.

  4. Thank you for these beautiful images..ive lived in Belgrade my whole life but getting to see my hometown here makes me smile! Ive visited Bosnia a few times, and finally my Bosnian friends get to come to Belgrade! Ive put them in http://www.beograd-apartmani.net/ in the center of the city cuz its near most of the things youve posted! And i honestly hope that youve managed to visit Skadarlija (the bohemian quarter)! Especially if you liked rakija and our food! Hopefully we`ll get to see new 60 pics in a year or two!:)

  5. Great job David…I just returned from Serbia and Bosnia after visiting similar places brining beautiful memories and photos back with me…..I am taking my filming crew back to Serbia and Bosnia next year to do a mini-series on these beautiful countries…..See you there!

    • Hi Vlada, thanks for stopping by! I am so glad that you loved your trip to Serbia and Bosnia. I also was very impressed by all of the natural beauty and history in those countries. What is the name of the series?

  6. What a great pictures! I’m going there on a trip and need help with transportation. Friends recommended me to use the bus. I found the company called Shuttle Kor (www.shuttlekor.com)… Anyone have experience with this transport company? Thx

  7. Wow these are just beautiful, I think I’m in love 🙂 I am a huge fan of Belgrade, I’ve been there just once, 6-7 years ago. And now I’m so happy because I’m going to visit it again! This time I want to travel around Serbia little more. I’m trying to find a place to stay and I’m not sure which is the best website for that (I’ve tried http://www.apartmani-u-beogradu.com/ so far…) Any other suggestions would be of a great help, thanks!

    • I would also suggest checking on HouseTrip and Airbnb. Good luck and safe travels!

  8. HLADNO U IMENU UKINUSHTE C HERCEGOVINU
    BOSNA I HERCEGOVINA , REPUBLIKA SRPSKA!!!!!!!!

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  10. I’m from Serbia I had no idea Smederevo was in Serbia, I always thought it was in Russia lol

    • It’s a great place to visit! Thanks for stopping by and leaving us a comment.

  11. Love this post! Trebinje is my birthtown 🙂 sydney is my adopted home but Bosnia will always be in my heart, which is my next month is my 4th trip back in two years! Cant wait to live in Mostar for two months!

    Ariana
    http://www.thebosnianaussie.com