Day 01: SARAJEVO – OLD CITY TOUR
Arrival to Sarajevo. Transfer and
accommodation at the hotel. After small
break, we will have a short meeting of the group
After that, a sightseeing tour of Old
town in Sarajevo – Baščaršija. The walking through Old Town begins from the
City Hall, most representative building of the Austro-Hungarian period in
During the last war, 1992-1995, City Hall was burned. Still not fully recovered.
The beautiful Otoman style mosques and
oriental architecture in the old quarter still maintain an authentic style of
Turkish carsija. Sightseeing of old town includes visit to Gazi-Husrev bey's
Mosque and Clock Tower, (built 1530.) most famous mosque from the period of the
Ottoman Empire in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Coopersmiths street, one of the
oldest streets in Sarajevo, and the Sebilj, wooden
fountain built by Mehmed-pasha Kukavica in 1753.
Baščaršija - view from the Sebilj
Gazi-Husrev bey's Mosque with the Clock Tower
View on the Coppersmith Street and one of the stores with traditional handcrafts
At the same quarter you will
see the Emperor’s Mosque (first mosque built in Sarajevo 1462.), Latin bridge -
the northern end of the bridge was the site of the assassination
of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria which causes First World War.
Emperor's Mosque - first mosque built in Sarajevo 1462.
Latin Bridge (or Princip
Bridge) in Sarajevo, the location where Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke
Franz Ferdinand in 1914. and sparked First World War.
The Catholic Cathedral, Ortodox Church are near by and
Markale market, a place known for Markale massacres.During the war
1992-1995. on this spot were killed and wounded hundreds of people, innocent
citizens of the city Sarajevo.
Catholic Cathedral is in the center of Sarajevo and near by is Orthodox Church.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 02: AJVATOVICA TOUR
After breakfast, head towards city
Prusac, a small town in central Bosnia, known for the Ajvatovica - one of the
oldest pilgrimage of Bosniaks-Muslims in
Bosnia and Herzegovina.
According to legend, before the arrival of Dedo Ajvaz, Prusac had no
water supply - there was barely enough water for the villagers. An old
man and a devoted Muslim, Dedo Ajvaz, decided to pray for water. Dedo
Ajvaz prayed for 40 days at a large rock. On the 40th morning, following
his prayers, Dedo Ajvaz dreamt that two white rams collided and split
the rock. From the gap created by the split, water began to flow. From
that spot water continues to flow from beneath the earth and Muslims
come here to give thanks.
The Ajvatovica program lasts whole
day. In the morning it's time for sabah prayer (Fajr prayer) under the open
sky. After that all people are going to the Dedo Ajvaz rock. In front of
all of them, one men carries his flag (bajrak) All people passing
through the big rock, and after that it's time for prayer (Zuhr prayer) and
special lecture about this event.
Overnight at the hotel in Sarajevo.
Day 03: SARAJEVO TOUR
After breakfast, check out.
Sightseeing of Source of river Bosna (Vrelo Bosne) one of the most famous scenes of natural beauty in
the region. You can walk through the long avenue or take a carriage.
Often, on the Source of river Bosna you can see swans.
Carriages await guests
Visit to the Tunnel of Hope which purpose in the war 1992 -
1995. was to connect Sarajevo with the world. On this way, the town was
House where the tunnel was hidden. Tunnel of Hope (inside)
Transport to the airport. End of journey.
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