Tourists who intend to spend a few days in Sarajevo, accommodation in a number of hostels will pay 15 - 60 KM. However, the tourism board say that, according to their data, their work reported only four hostels.
Foca is a town in the southeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina close to the border with Montenegro and at an intersection of Herzegovina and Bosnia. Architecturally, Foca reminds of an oasis of peace, with parks, tree-lined avenues and flower gardens. Foca was established as a former gathering place of rich merchants with recognizable Oriental style structures. The Aladza Mosque, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe, is one of Foca’s most prized gems.
The municipality is also the site of the legendary Battle of Sutjeska, between Yugoslav Partisans and the Nazis. A monument to the Partisans killed in the battle is in the village of Tjentiste.
Foca municipality is also significant for its wealth of natural treasures of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Daring visitors may want to try climbing the tallest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Maglic where the highest peak reaches 2,386 meters. The region is also a site of one of the last remaining and biggest rainforests in Europe – Perucica, located in the oldest national park in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Sutjeska.