Europe is home to several countries but Saudis have suddenly started to develop a liking for this particular one. In fact, they are loving it so much that many are buying residential properties in the country.
Located in the Balkans, the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina has suddenly seen a surge of tourists coming in from Saudi Arabia. While there can be many reasons for that here are some of the main ones. Read on.
1. The country is home to vast tracts of unspoiled nature
— Emira Čilić (@Emira_Croatia) May 23, 2013
2. You can literally go up in the mountains and probably breathe the cleanest air that you have ever breathed
(photo by Adnan Bubalo) pic.twitter.com/5daOGjemRY
— Amy (@pupahavaSA) February 26, 2017
3. Being a Muslim majority country mosques are always easy to find no matter how far away you are from the main cities.
— Tour Croatia (@Tour_Croatia) November 22, 2018
4. That also means that Halal food is like almost literally everywhere – now where else can you get something like that in Europe?
— Matthew kiichichaos Heafy (@matthewkheafy) March 31, 2018
5. Saudis have a pretty long connection with the Bosnians, in fact, the largest mosque in the country was made by the Saudi government
The LUXURY ( King FAHD MOSQUE ) in SARAJEVO / Grand MINARETS / MOSQUE ( BOSNIA )
( King FAHD of SAUDI ARABIA KINGDOM ) pic.twitter.com/UIrCQZnfEL
— TRAVELS WORLD (@travelsworld1) February 28, 2017
6. Seeing the huge amounts of tourists from the Gulf one would find that in many places signboards are written in Arabic
#Bosnia is full of Arab tourists especially from the Gulf, therefore u c some signs written in #Arabic. Some r perfect & some r in funny, transcribed Arabic. Interestingly, some guests leave comments in Arabic re accommodation knowing that the hosts won’t understand it 🙂 pic.twitter.com/Akd4HFLo1W
— Rasha K Soliman (@rashasoliman04) August 28, 2018
7. Bosnia and Herzegovina is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the iconic Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge
The Old Bridge in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. pic.twitter.com/iuxIi0IGaz
— Üsküdarlı (@ebubekiryaman) November 22, 2018
8. Lastly, there are like rivers everywhere, which is a thing that we don’t have in Saudi (Yup, Saudi does not have a river – not a single one)
— UpForItToday (@UpForItToday) January 27, 2016