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Country in Europe

Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe, encompasses mountainous terrain, medieval villages and Muslim and Christian landmarks. Its countryside is marked by deep gorges, turquoise rivers and lakes, and the Dinaric Alps’forests and crags. It’s a popular destination for outdoor sports such as hiking, mountain biking, white-water rafting and skiing.

Capital: Sarajevo

Dialing code: +387

Currency: Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark

Continent: Europe

Population: 3.829 million (2013) World Bank

**** Hotel-Apartments, Tour with driver, City Tax, VAT 17%

Price including:

Offer 1: From 599 Eur / For Family of 6 or 7

Included:

-Transfer Airport – Hotel

-Accomodation in: Hotel Apartment 4* or  5* with BB

-8 days Tours : Sarajevo, Mostar, Konjic, Travnik, Jajce, Bihac

Kids from 0 – 3 yro, free of charge!

 

 

Arrival at Sarajevo Airport. Pick up with the A/C modern Vehicle and proceed to the hotel for check-in. Rest of the day is free. Depends on the time of arrival, we can include Bosnia Spring Visit.
Visiting: City hall and spite house, Bascarsija, Gazi Husrev Bey, Old Orthodox church – synagogue-cathedral, Latin bridge.
Stopping for lunch: Traditional restaurant “Bijela Tabija”

First stop on our tour will be Seher-Cehajina Bridge, that connects Spite house and City Hall. After City Hall we'll proceed to the heart of Old Town - main square Baščaršija. On the way well cross the street with restaurants of bosnian traditional dish Čevapi. From Baščaršija we'll move down the

















Sarači street to Gazi Husrev Bey's mosque. It's the most important mosque in Sarajevo with beautiful story of its builder.
Sarajevo is multicultural, multireligious and multiethnical city for centuries. Nearby Gazi Husrev Bey's mosque there are Jewish old and new temples, Sacred Heart Chaetedral and Old Orthodox Church. Moving from Sweet corner trough Bezistan, Sarajevo's covered market from Ottoman Empire, to one of the most visited locations in Sarajevo, Latin bridge. Famous for assassination of Austro - Hungarian archduke Franz Ferdinand, what triggered the WWI.
Visiting: Mountain Bjelasnica – Lukomir , Trebevic or go and visiti Foca pyramids – Sand pyramids and Sutjeska national park.

Mount Bjelasnica is in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, situated South-West, only 25 km from Sarajevo. Beside is Mount Igman on which most of the Alpine and Nordic disciplines and jumps of the XIV Olympic Games were held.

Lukomir is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina situated in the municipality of Konjic. Lukomir is the highest altitude and most remote village in the entire country.

Sand pyramids are the special natural reserve near Miljevina, in Foca. They are 9 km far from Foca, by the old road to sarajevo, in a place called Danicici on location Sljivovice.
The pyramids are made of sandy clay by the erosion of the soil. The smaller material leaked down and the larger parts stayed on top. Those blocks of solid rocks make the shapes of pyramids. Similar natural phenomenon is in the Devil's town in Serbia, Grand canyon in USA, and in some other parts in the world.
At this location, parts of the movie „Captain Lesi“ and „Winnetou“ are filmed.
Mostar is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited by 113,169 people, it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region, its cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most recognizable landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.
Visiting Pocitelj, Blagaj, Kravice waterfall

Počitelj
In the middle ages, Počitelj was the administrative centre and centre of governance of Dubrava župa (county), and its westernmost point, which gave it major strategic importance. It is supposed that the fortified town and its attendant settlements were built by Bosnia's King Stjepan Tvrtko I in 1383. Now it is well preserved stone made town with Fortress and stone walls on the hill abeve the town.

Blagaj
The Buna spring is a natural tourist attraction and one of the most visited tourist destination in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is not so far from the town-village Blagaj (only 7 km from Mostar) in Herzegovina. The Buna spring that is source of river Buna is one of the largest and most beautiful springs in Europe. It’s producing about 30 m3/sec. extremely clear water. Beside the spring and the cave it is located Tekke, old building built in the Balkan style.
Visiting Jajce, Pliva lake

Jajce was first built in the 14th century and served as the capital of the independent Kingdom of Bosnia during its time. The town has gates as fortifications, as well as a castle with walls which lead to the various gates around the town. About 10–20 kilometres from Jajce lies the Komotin Castle and town area which is older but smaller than Jajce. It is believed the town of Jajce was previously Komotin but was moved after the Black Death.
Visiting Mlinice, Visiting Travnik, Travnik castle

The Lasva Valley was a main trading route from Dalmatia, Serbia and beyond. Travnik, heralded as the European Istanbul, soon became known for its magnificent oriental architecture and bustling trade centers. Of all the ethnically mixed communities in Bosnia, this region in particular enjoyed a harmonious balance of Catholic and Muslim inhabitants (with a much smaller Orthodox community). The Catholics feel strongly rooted and view themselves as the only continual line of defenders of the ancient Christian Bosnian state. The Central Bosnian Franciscans are the heart and soul of this sentiment and, unlike many of their Franciscan counterparts in western Herzegovina, remain loyal to the preservation of Bosnia and Herzegovina's sovereignty. It is impossible to find a central Bosnian town or community that hasn't intimately meshed with the other. Exploring central Bosnia's ancient fortresses, monasteries, mosques and highland villages is a journey into the very heart of the original Bosnian state and its long line of Slavic ancestors who have inhabited these lands since the 7th century.
Travnik is situated in the valley of the Lasva River and bordered by Vlasic Mountain to the north and Mount Vilenica to the south. The early Slav settlers gave little evidence of their presence until 500 years after their arrival to the area around Travnik. The valley reappeared in 1244, in terms of primary historical records, when the Hungarian King Bela IV gave one of his notables a piece of land in Lasva. By that time, the area was a feudal estate of the Bosnian state. Although remains from these centuries do not show the wealth the valley had known in Roman times, the era did have its

If the times allowed, we will visit as well:
VKostelski buk, River Krusnica, Ostrozac Castle








share of castles and mansions. The Travnik Fortress was the most impressive fortress at the time, and still stands out as the best preserved of them all. This era gave Travnik its name.
After Travnik City tour, We will have optional lunch in Travnik. This place characterizes so called Blue Watter, and unique art of coffee cooking.
Today after beautiful breakfast, we are heading toward Sarajevo.
In our way, we will stop to visit Travnik, and Travnik Castle.

After lunch and enjoyment in Bosnian traditional food, we are continue our trip.

Duration: Full day
Sarajevo is full of traditional shops in Bascarsija. We are giving you opportunity to choose your gifts and enjoy free day.
Depends on the time of departure and pick up from Hotel, we can arrange fast shopping tour.
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