Health, spa, and recreational tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina are mentioned in ancient times, although at that time we can not talk about tourism in the modern sense. At the time of the ancient Romans they are mainly used as thermal and mineral spring water for refreshment and healing of warriors. Bosnia and Herzegovina has 16 spas and climatic health resorts of different degrees of development, equipment and mineral composition of the water. Among the leading centres in this field is certainly „Banja Vrućica“ in Teslić which has about 1000 beds, „Reumal“ in Fojnica, and Slatina near Banja Luka. Further development of health, spa, recreational and climate tourism should certainly be based on the achievements of the modern world, but primarily in the construction of modern spa centers.
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