Bosnia & Herzegovina
I honestly think that Bosnia & Herzegovina deserves a lot more attention that it is getting. It has so much to offer. Though it does have a little access to the Adriatic Sea, this is not why you go there.
It has great roads – smooth and good paved – as well as easy gravel. Of course it has a bit more hardcore stretches as well, if you’re looking for challenges.
There are lots of places scarred by the Balkan war.
Green insurance card: Yes
Valid Green Insurance card is needed.
Vehicle Registration Certificate: Yes
Yes, always. The original.
Check great roads to ride in Bosnia & Herzegovina:
Great Ride: 408, Bosnia
The 408 is a gravel road (for the most part), that runs from Drvar in the north, and south east towards Glamoc, where it meets the M15. It is a smooth, flat road in the wide valley, and carves its way for 48 kilometers. If this won't give you the feeling...
Great Ride: 434a, Bosnia
This is a short route, that is connected to the 433 route , if you are going to Montenegro for the Piva route , or coming from it. It is a gravel road that takes you across a low mountain, and it has some slopes, not too steep though. The surface is...
Great Ride: Diva Grabovceva
This gravel road you takes you to the Diva Grabovceva statue. It commemorates the legend of a young virgin who refused to marry a nobleman, and was killed for his dishonoring. The from the south is relatively easy gravel, but after the statue, it increase ...
Great Ride: Morine Pass, Bosnia
The 433 Morine is a easy-medium gravel road that takes you over the wonderful Morine pass. Also, there are a couple of interesting Nekropolis sites along the route. The northern section takes into forest area with a little climb/descent, which makes...
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