Bihac is situated about 140 miles (225 kilometers) northwest of Sarajevo, the country's capital.
Captain's Tower and Fethija Mosque are some of the attractions to do and see in Bihac.
Bihac isn't the only place in this popular region worth experiencing; visitors with plenty of time should also head off and experience the special qualities of the surrounding countryside, cities and cultural attractions.
Houses of worship are the best places to experience a region's spiritual and religious cultures. The mosques throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina are certainly no exception.
There are times when the most enjoyable way to understand a place is by using the knowledge of the locals. The Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a range of city walking tours. If the weather is fine while you are here, make the most of local water activities. Canoeing and rafting are just two of the well-established watersports here.
Trying the food the locals eat is often about more than just nutrition. It is also a window into the way of life in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bell pepper and also cucumber are common ingredients used in dishes in this area. No trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina would be finished without getting a taste of bosanski ionac (meat stew) and cevapcici (small sausages). Bombica (truffle), a good way to finish your meal. For those who enjoy a good brew, have a taste of preminger bihać. It is a popular drink in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Have a try of one of the most common beverages such as soft drink.
Many say that, investing in travel is one of the few things you can buy that makes you wealthier. Your time in Bosnia and Herzegovina, will give you precious memories to last a lifetime.