This country consists of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Republika Srpska. But for simplicity’s sake, the world knows it as Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Mainly a landlocked country, the coastal town of Neum attracts vacationers in the summer while the hills and mountains in the interior and north make an ideal place for athletes. In the village of Medjugorje, spiritual travelers will be allured by sightings of the Virgin Mary.
But one of the biggest benefits to traveling in Bosnia and Herzegovina is the low standard of living, due to post-war reconstruction from the 90s Bosnian War and social instability. Even life in the capital city of Sarajevo is affordable. Expats, here’s where you start your new life.