• 7 days in Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Day 1

    Arrival to Sarajevo, pick up from the airport, check-in at the hotel, short rest, then tour in the Old City – Baščaršija, the central and the most popular touristic area in Sarajevo, the heart of Sarajevo since its beggining. The mixture of the Oriental (Ottoman) and the Western (Austrian) style is what makes this part of Sarajevo so interesting. Visit to the recently reopened National Library, built during the Austro-Hungarian periond (19th ct.), destroyed in the last war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Visit to the Latin Bridge, place where the World War One was triggered from, Coppersmith street, Sebil fountain, Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque and Bezistan, Farhadiya street etc. Return to the hotel.


    Day 2

    After breakfast, heading to the heart of Bosnia, city Jajce, the medieval town of the Bosnian kings. Beautiful waterfall and Pliva Lake, together with the traditional watermills will take your breath away. Visit to Travnik, the castle, and The Blue Water. Travnik is also called the city of Vazirs, since it was one of the main administrative centers during the Ottoman reign in Bosnia.  Overnight in Sarajevo.

    Day 3

    Breakfast in the hotel, then heading to the south of Bosnia, Herzegovina part. Visit to the beautiful city of Mostar, famous for its Old Bridge, and the Old City, built in the Oriental style, during the Ottoman period. The beautiful river Neretva will follow you all the way from Konjic (Where you may take a break before heading to Mostar). 20 minutes drive from Mostar, there is another historical and natural phenomenon, Blagaj and the spring of river Buna, under the rocky hill. The exact depth of the spring is still undiscovered, and on the bank of the river, you will find a beautiful Darwish, Sufi house, one of the most visited places in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Overnight in Mostar.


    Day 4

    Visit to the medieval city Pocitelj. The sight from the fortress is priceless. Pocitelj is south so the weather is always warmer and sunnier than in Sarajevo. Next stop, Kravice waterfalls, a breathtaking and precious to all Bosnians. Overnight in Mostar.


    Day 5

    After breakfast, departure to Sarajevo. Visit to the Tunnel of Hope, the war museum, a place that witnesses the struggle and strength of Bosnian people in the past war (1992-1995). After that, visit to the Spring of river Bosna, a beautiful park where you can enjoy the clean water, swans and the 3 kilometer horse carriage ride.

    Free activities in Sarajevo and shopping.

    Day 6

    Visit to the protected landscape, Bijambare, where you can enjoy amazing nature, fresh air, and visit the beautiful Bijambare cave. 

    Day 7

    Departure, transfer to the airport.



    The offer includes:

    4 nights BB in Sarajevo

    2 nights BB in Mostar

    Transfers and guide

    Tickets for Bijambare, Tunnel of Hope, Travnik castle, Jajce waterfall, Spring of River Bosnia, Kravice waterfall





  • 04.03.2016