Cultural and economic center of Herzegovina, a city at the crossroads of different cultures and religions of east and west, which have for centuries influenced each other, and left traces of their presence. Driving around the city and the panorama with the unique view of the city and the old bridge while taking photos, will be a great opportunity to find out its characteristics. The possibility to visit one of the typical "Turkish house" from the 17th century (Bišćevića, Kajtazova or Muslibegović), the Museum of Herzegovina (Clock Tower), as well as Karađozbeg, Koski Mehmed Pasha and Tabačica mosque from the 17th century.
Medjugorje is one of the most famous Roman Catholic shrines in the world. It became famous for the apparitions of the Virgin Mary, which first started in 1981, after which the religious tourism began to develop. Since then, this Herzegovinian place, together with Sarajevo, has been one of the most visited tourist centers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and about a million Catholics from around the world come here every year. The gathering center in the sanctuary of Queen of Peace, as the Shrine of Medjugorje is officially called, is the church of St. Jacob in the center of town.
Kravica waterfalls are located 3 km downstream from Vitaljina in Studenci near Ljubuški. It was created by theTrebižat River. The fall height is 26 to 28 meters, with water amphitheatre below the falls of 120 meters. Over the tuff layers from the bottom to top of the fall grass has grown, moss, algae and lichens. By the waterfall, there are chaste tree, fig and poplar. Once, by the fall there were active many mills and stood for the cloth rolling. The tuff areas around the waterfall Kravica are the geological monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina.