Blagaj Tekija - Bosnia & Herzegovina davidsbeenhere.com/ David’s Been Here is traveling all over Bosnia & Herzegovina in search of the best destinations and most interesting day trips. In this short clip, David brings us about 15 minutes outside of Mostar to Blagaj Tekija. The first spot for the Ottomans to settle and colonize Herzegovina, this historic corner of the country is home to some beautiful manmade & natural sites. Pay a visit to the 15th century Dervish House Museum, where Muslim missionaries (Dervishes) first settled to help spread the word of Islam. Just outside you can visit the source of the Buna River, which pumps out 600,000 liters of water per second (the most in Europe!) An easy and worthwhile day trip from Mostar, take the quick drive out to Blagaj Tekija for some landmark sites, great history and beautiful outdoor attractions! Check out these other videos: Bosnia & Herzegovina Travel Guide www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJBsszXPtjynQDUqQS2F6Mv-7yf07deV8 What to Do in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina youtu.be/flnFRUEQ9ac What to See & Do in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina youtu.be/VbApdFxiUCY What to See & Eat in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina youtu.be/zejM1bdBtJM Jajce Waterfall - Bosnia & Herzegovina youtu.be/a1d-OcujPDQ Medieval Ottoman Town of Travnik, Bosnia & Herzegovina youtu.be/D-bcNaNr5jk My name is David Hoffmann. I am a host and travel producer. I started this company because I believe that so much of what we are is where we’ve been. As a digital travel media company, our objective is to show others how to travel independently by providing practical advice and plenty of inspiration. I have hosted over 1,000 travel episodes across 6 continents, and have plans to bring you much, much more. In 2014 USA Today named me as one of their Top 10 Best Travel Videographers. Over the years I have worked with several tourism boards, hotel groups, and restaurants to introduce their brands to my audiences. Feel free to check out my DBH Films page for more information. My vision for the future is to continue encouraging the spirit of travel in others because it’s always an important question to ask yourself: #Wherehaveyoubeen?