In a land where east meets west, holiday makers are feasting on Cevapi (Bosnian kebabs) or Begova Corba (soup), and washing them both down with a cold, sweet fruit drink known as Kompot. Bosnia and Herzegovina may not seem like an obvious choice for foodies, but there are plenty of culinary traditions for you to indulge in on a trip there. As a holiday destination, this part of Europe is popular with outdoor enthusiasts, and offers waterfalls, rafting on remote rivers, and great value skiing. The mountain landscape and medieval ruins tell a story of days gone by, continued in the beautiful city of Mostar, with its famous bridge between medieval towers and charming millhouse restaurants. Sarajevo and its curious mix of Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture is also well worth exploring.