Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. Its countryside is home to medieval villages, rivers, and lakes, plus the craggy Dinaric Alps
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable and light
Included4 star AccommodationAirport TransferBreakfastEntrance Fees to tours in packageLunchPersonal GuideTaxes
Not Included3 Star Accommodation5 Star AccommodationDinnerFlightsGallery TicketHalf Board
DAY 1 - Sarajevo
Welcome to Bosnia and Hercegovina.
Lunch in a local restaurant and free time on your own.
Accommodation in Sarajevo: 4*
DAY 2 - Sarajevo
After breakfast we will head to visit Vrelo Bosne (the source of the Bosna River, with lovely lakes full of fish and swans and small green islands) and the Museum Tunnel of Hope.
After lunch in a local restaurant, start with Sarajevo city Tour. Sarajevo city tour includes sightseeing of the following sights: Bashcarsija, Numerous Mosques and oriental shops, Latin Bridge, Vjecnica, and Town Hall. Overnight in Sarajevo.
DAY 3 - Sarajevo-Dubrovnik-Trebinje
Today is the day for exploring the amazing Pearl of the Adriatic-Dubrovnik. After breakfast will head our way to Dubrovnik/Croatia and star with city tour.
Dubrovnik city tour includes sightseeing of the following sights: Dubrovnik Old town, Dubrovnik City Walls, Onofrio fountain and Harbor, Rectors’s Palace. The most prominent mosque of Dubrovnik is located at the Dubrovnik Islamic Center and offers several facilities. After lunch in a local restaurant we will head our way to Trebinje. Accommodation in Trebije: 4*
DAY 4 - Trebinje-Kotor-Budva-Trebinje
After breakfast drive to Montenegro and visit Budva.
Upon arrival start with walking tour of Budva. Budva city tour includes sightseeing of the following sights: Land Gate, Ancient Necropolis, The Fortress, Njegosh’s street, Marina, Mediteranska Street, Ballerina and Morgen Beach. Lunch in a local restaurant.
Our next stop is the gorgeous little city Kotor. Enjoy walking city which includes the following sights: Square of Arms, Besckuca Palace, Byzanti Palace, Pima Palace, St. Tryphon Palace, Martime Museum and North Gate. As a biggest attraction are the city walls thanks to which Kotor became a part of UNESCO World Heritage. Drive back to Trebinje for overnight.
DAY 5 - Trebinje-Kravice-Mostar
Today we will drive towards Mostar. First stop is to visit Kravice waterfalls.
Upon arrival in Mostar lunch in a local restaurant and start with Mostar city tour. Mostar city tour includes sightseeing of the following sights: Old Bridge, Bey’s Mosque, Oriental Bazar and Turkish House.
Accommodation in Mostar: 4*
DAY 6 - Mostar-Blagaj-Pocitelj-Mostar
Breakfast in hotel and depart for exploring. Today we will visit Buna Springs, Blagaj Tekija - Situated below a massive cliff at the source of the Buna River, Blagaj Tekija represents an Ottoman religious structure--one that is still used by monks--in a Mediterranean setting. With its temperate climate, idyllic setting, and drinkable fresh water, the site was a favorite spot for numerous Roman nobles, Ottoman viziers, and Austro-Hungarian officers.
Lunch in a local restaurant and proceed to Pocitelj old town. Return to Mostar. Overnight in Mostar.
DAY 7 - Mostar- Departure from Sarajevo Airport
We came to the end of this amazing adventure.
Transfer to the Airport for your flight back home, bringing back wonderful memories and souvenirs from the Balkans.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. Its countryside is home to medieval villages, rivers and lakes, plus the craggy Dinaric Alps.
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