Craggily beautiful Bosnia and Hercegovina is most intriguing for its East-meets-West atmosphere born of blended Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian histories. Many international visitors still associate the country with the heartbreaking civil war of the 1990s, and several attractions focus on the horrors of that era. But today, visitors will likely remember the country for its deep, unassuming human warmth, its beautiful mountainscapes and its numerous medieval castle ruins.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Sarajevo Airport|
|DEPARTURE TIME||According to your scheduled flight arrival time|
|RETURN TIME||According to your scheduled flight back time|
|WEAR||Comfortable clothing and shoes.|
Day 1: Arrival and Sarajevo Old Town Tour
Transfer from the Sarajevo airport to the hotel. Visits to the main historical monuments in The Old Town including the National Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Emperor’s Mosque, The Latin Bridge, Ashkenazi Synagogue, Congregational Church, Catholic Cathedral and Gazi-Husrev Bey’s Mosque and Library. Overnight stay in Sarajevo.
Day 2: Sarajevo, Spring of river Bosnia, Mountain Igman and Bjelašnica
Breakfast in the Hotel.Visit natural spring ”Vrelo Bosne”. This is a natural park in which there are many springs and streams that form pools and small islets, one of the favorite excursion spots of Sarajevo. After the river spring going to the Tunnel of Hope (famous war tunnel). Visit two amazing mountains. Enjoyed the nature at Olympic mountain Bjelašnica with long walks on fresh air and possible activites like paragliding, riding 4 wheel motorbikes or hiking. Return to Sarajevo for overnight stay.
Day 3: Travnik, Jajce, Sarajevo
Breakfast in the Hotel and travel to Travnik, capital city of Bosnia from 1697 to 1850. Visit the Fortress of Travnik, the Colored Mosque and Elci Ibrahim Pasha’s Madrasah. Continue our tour to Jajce. The city itself is an open air museum with 17 meterwaterfall in the heart of the town. Tour the remains of the Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires. Return back to Sarajevo for overnight stay.
Day 4: Konjic, Počitelj, Kravice, Mostar
Travel to Konjic. Refreshments at the six-arched Ottoman Stone Bridge. Travel to Počitelj, the vilage built in a natural karst amphitheater along the Neretva river. It is believed that the fortifiedtown along with its attendant settlements were built by Bosnian’s King Stjepan Tvrtko I 1383. Visit the sparkling Waterfalls at Kravice. Tour of Mostar, the Old Bridge, tower museum… Overnight stay in Mostar.
Day 5: Blagaj, Eco village “Raj u raju”, Sarajevo
Breakfast in the hotel in Mostar. Discover the Medievel Blagaj Fort. Visit River Buna with a view of the historic Dervish House. Travel to Eco village “Raj u raju” which offers a small outdoor pool and a-la-carte restaurant. Surrounded by mountains and rivers, it offers a good starting point for numerous outdoor activities. You will have a walk around an area with lots of interesting wooden bungalows and small streets called by Bosnian legends. In this small piece of paradise everything is natural and organic. Continue our trip to Sarajevo for overnight stay.
Day 6: Sarajevo, Bijambare, Trebević mountain
After breakfast in the hotel, travel to Bijambare.The place is famous mostly because of it’s cave complex, but also it is beloved because of it’s thick evergreen forests and plenty of beautiful lanscapes for easy walks in fresh mountain air. Our next stop is mountain Trebević. Abundant conifer forests and spectacular forest trail built by the Austro-Hungarians, guaranties great hiking and some of the greatest panoramic snapshots of the city. Climb the top of the mountain and see the remains of the bob sledge or the old cable-car. Visit the famous theme park Sunnyland and enjoy in the rides. Overnight stay in Sarajevo.
Day 7: Departure to Sarajevo airport
Breakfast and free time for shopping before departure to the Sarajevo airport.
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