Bosnia & Herzegovina is a country within the Balkans, in the Southeast of Europe. It has a continental climate, and its citizens experience a share of cold winters and hot summers.
It is bordered by Serbia (east), Montenegro (southeast), and Croatia (north and southwest). To its south is a 12-mile coastline that surrounds a small town called Neum. To its south is also the Adriatic Sea, which separates the Balkans from the Italian Peninsula.
Informally, people refer to the country as B&H, BiH, or Bosnia. Its capital city, Sarajevo, is also its largest and most populated place. Calling it home are three ethnic groups, namely the Bosniaks, Serbs, and Croats.