Visit Brcko District

The Brcko District of Bosnia & Herzegovina is an autonomous region located in the northern part of the country. This region is a popular tourist destination due to its diverse culture and numerous attractions. Visitors can explore a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and fishing on the Sava River. Popular destinations include the historic town of Brcko, where tourists can visit beautiful mosques, a 16th century clock tower, and numerous other cultural sites. Additionally, visitors can take a guided tour to nearby waterfalls or trek through the scenic countryside for breathtaking views of nature at its finest.

For history buffs, there are also many interesting historical facts about this area. During World War II it was occupied by Nazi Germany and later became part of Yugoslavia until 1992 when it was taken over by Serbia during the Bosnian War. It remained under Serbian control until 1999 when NATO forces intervened and divided it between Republika Srpska (Serb dominated) and Federation Bosnia & Herzegovina (Bosniak/Croatian). In 2000, Brcko was formally declared an independent district within both entities with high levels autonomy and self governance rights.

Cities in Brcko District