Some of the famous resort in the country are Bjelašnica (located in southwest of Sarajevo) and Jahorina (peak in south-eastern). The national parks that are found in the country include Kozara (located between the rivers Sana, Sava, Una and Vrbas, the park is well-known for hunting ground) and Sutjeska (the oldest national park, also recognized as the place of the Partisan victory under the German occupying forces during the World War II battle). Popular lakes are Jablanica (man-made lake and established in 1953, common activities are boating, fishing and swimming) and Buško Blato (sited on the south side of Livanjsko Polje and is rich in variety of fish like carp, chub, minnow-nase, Prussian carp,and trout).
Places included on the UNESCO World Heritage list are The Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge (located in Višegrad and created by the Ottoman court architect Sinan in 1577 AD) and the Old Mostar Bridge (Stari Most is an old bridge located in the metropolis of Mostar).
Other tourist attractions in the country include city of Sarajevo (one of the city’s main geographic highlights is Miljacka river), city of Banja Luka, the "Green City" (the city is famous in the former Yugoslavia), Neum (the only seaside town in the country and has sandy beaches and numerous tourist hotels), the Una river, and the city of Bihać (there are above 170 kinds of medicinal herbs produce by the river), the town of Visoko (rich in historical heritage and place of the Bosnian pyramids) and among others.