Bosnia and Herzegovina

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

Price included: 5 Nights/ 6 days 

*** Hotel 4*, Breakfast, Tour, City Tax, VAT 17%

Note: This package is for Min 2 person.

SGL package is: 600 Eur.

***Hotel 5* package: 420 Eur/per person ( Min 2 person)

Pick up from Airport to Hotel and enjoyment in rest of the free day.
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina, sorrounded by Olyimpic mountins, in the valley of river Miljacka. Population of Sarajevo is cca 420 000 citizens. Established as a city in 15th century by Isaj Bey Ishakovic, Sarajevo became a main crossroad for caravans and traders from east, west, north and south. It has rich culture, and for centuries presence of all monotheistic religions. In circle of just 100 meters you can find mosque, orthodox church, chatolic chaetedral and jewish synagogue in the town. Walking trough the main street you can see the fine line between Ottoman and Austro - Hungarian architecture - we call it "Sarajevo meeting of cultures". Take a tour with us and discover our small city with big stories, the place where east meets west.

First stop on our tour will be Seher-Cehajina Bridge, that connects Spite house and City Hall. It's located in the Old town, on the spot where story of Sarajevo as a city begins before these two atractions. After introduction we'll visit City Hall (National libery) built in 1896. in Moorish style. It's triangle shaped building full of decorations and unique details. City Hall was destroyed during the last war, we reconstructed it on summer 2014.
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. Going trough the only remaining street from Ottoman period - Kazandžiluk and entering Baščaršija, you'll enjoy the smell of Bosnian coffee and flavours of hookah bars. Baščaršija is the main square with its famous public font Sebilj.
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. Near the mosque there is Clock tower also from the XV century, Madrass, and Morica Han.
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.
There is a border, in the "sweet corner" in Old town, between two cultures - two empires. That border is called "Sarajevo meeting of Cultures" and its a place where you can see two sides of the street, on one side Ottoman architecture ends and on the other side Austro - Hungarian architecture starts.
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.

Mostar is the highlight of the tour. Old town from Ottoman empire is very attractive to the tourist cameras, with small souvenir shops and the Old bridge is under UNESCO protection. Maybe you'll be lucky to see Mostar's famous jumpers performing from the Old bridge. We can also visit Karadjoz Bey's mosque and Muslibegica House (traditional bosnian house - now it's a hotel).
Kravice waterfalls
Among the most fascinating naturalistic features of the Herzegovinian region are the sparkling waterfalls of Kravice. The waterfall was created by the Trebižat river with its tuff deposits, and has been declared a natural phenomenon which is under state protection. Tuff (calceraous sinter) is typical for rivers rich in calcium carbonate. Grass, moss and lichen grow on the tuff deposits.
The chaste tree (Vitex-agnus castus), figs and poplars grow alongside the falls. The tuff deposits that create the waterfalls are in fact limestone deposits which rise constantly and, therefore, create barriers that lead to the development of waterfalls.
Kravice are ten kilometers south of Ljubuški and forty kilometers south of Mostar. Its height is between 25 - 28 meters and the radius of the lake in the base of the waterfall is 120 meters. As the water levels of the Trebižat river change, the waterfalls look different at different times of the year. In the summer, the emerald green waters of the lake below the waterfalls give them a unique ambiance of water, stones and trees.
The cold, clear water falls into a small valley. From noon onwards (when the sun gets hot) some of the water particles hurdled into the air vaporize and put a lid of mist on top of the valley making it a pleasant shade-like feeling to be there.Getting tired of relaxing on the sandy beach you can head out into the pool of water, which also has a sandy bottom. If you are up to it, you can swim across the pool (notice how the water gets colder), climb the rocks and jump. This is what the local teenagers do to impress one another - and perhaps the girls.There is also a restaurant where you can enjoy the view and relax by listening to the rumbling from the waterfalls.
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.
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. extremly clear water. Beside the spring and the cave it is located Tekke, old building built in the Balkan style.
Meeting point: At the lobby of your hotel
Tour duration: Full Day
Tour includes: Professional tour guide, Transfer, does not include: Enterence fees, Lunch Tour, any personal costs
Drive trough the city to Bosna springs, the nature protected area in Ilidza, the green oasis of Sarajevo. Bosna is the river from witch this country got the name.
At the end of the tour we'll visit Sarajevo's tunnel. With introduction about the Bosnian war and siege of Sarajevo you'll learn what was hapening here during the longest siege in modern history '92-'95. We'll visit Tunnel museum, watch a short film about the war and go trough the tunnel.
Meeting point: At the lobby of your hotel
Tour duration: 4 hours
Tour includes: Professional tour guide, Transfer, Enterence fees Tour does not include: any personal costs
At themorrning, at 08:30 hrs., We depart to the Travnik.Upon arrival we will make Travnik city tour
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 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.
After Visit We return to Sarajevo.
Transportation from itinerary with full touristic COACH or VAN All sightseeings from the Itinerary with the Guide
Not included:Any personal costs, Lunch at the restaurant „PLAVA VODA“–Travnik ( + 10 €per person ) Enterance fee's (if needed), Any drinks during the meals, Tipps
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