Day 01: APT – SARAJEVO      

Welcome in Bosnia & Herzegovina!!!

Meet the local host during your stay and transfer to the hotel in Sarajevo (20 min)

Dinner and overnight in SARAJEVO


Breakfast at the hotel, check out and depart for Mostar with stop en route in Konjic 

This visit will let you know about Jopis Broz Tito. One man, million stories. In the year 2000, the public learned of the existence of a huge atomic shelter, one of the largest of its kind in Europe, which could have been used as a protection for 350 people in the event of an atomic incident, known as Tito’s bunker. 

Continue driving to Mostar and upon arrival, we’ll have lunch at a local restaurant 

Afternoon visit of Mostar old town. Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, formerly one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country, and today suffering geographical division of ethnic groups. The city was the most heavily bombed of any Bosnian city during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina following the breakup of Yugoslavia. At the beginning of the war, air strikes destroyed many important buildings and structures, including the cultural and spiritual icon: The Old Bridge (Stari Most), which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Dinner and overnight in MOSTAR  


Breakfast at the hotel and depart to Pocitelj  

Visit the historic urban site of Počitelj, listed under UNESCO Heritage, a wonderfully lovely, atmospheric old Ottoman fortress town at a narrow portion of the valley of the Neretva River, controlling a strategic point and important transit route. The old town at the fortress extends from the bottom up the steep hillsides with a prominent fortress dominating the top. It has atmospheric small streets, a rebuilt mosque, and fine views of the valley and the neighboring farms from the fortress towers and parapets at the top.

Continue driving to Kravice 

The Kravice waterfalls is one of the most beautiful natural sites in the Herzegovinian region of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Located on the Trebižat river, it cascades off a particularly large tuff limestone deposit and onto the lake below. The entire area is protected by the state government, but it is open to the local public and tourists for visits, picnics, camping and even swimming.

These falls are truly spectacular, set in a valley so the walk down is about 15 minutes where you can see the falls from above and as you go down. If the walk back up the stairs is a little too much, there is a “train” which cost 2Km (1 euro).

Proceed driving to Blagaj 

Lunch at a local restaurant 

Visit Dervish House, which is a place with the largest karst spring in Europe, with a beautiful dervish tekke – today’s, attractive monument. According to historical narratives, the Dervish house on Buna spring was founded by Dervishes from the Bektashi order in the 16th century.

Drive back to Mostar 

Dinner and overnight in MOSTAR 


Breakfast at the hotel and check out, and drive to Sarajevo.

Upon arrival, start with the city tour of Sarajevo

Sarajevo is one of the most oriental and culturally diverse cities in Europe, and had spent over 300 years under Turkish rule until the Austro-Hungarians arrived in the late nineteenth century. The empire collapsed 50 years later when Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated here, hastening the outbreak of the First World War. The late twentieth century saw Sarajevo host the Winter Olympics in 1984, and the long siege of the city during the recent conflict.

We’ll visit the Tunnel of Hope Museum; Brusa Bezistan (Old Bazaar); Old Coppersmiths at Work; Orthodox Church; Roman Catholic Cathedral; Latin Bridge (the Site of Assassination of King Ferdinand)

Lunch during the tour in one of the local restaurants.

Dinner and overnight in SARAJEVO 

Day 05:  SARAJEVO – Airport 

Breakfast at the hotel, check out 

Free time until your departure 

Transfer to the Airport (20 min)

End of our Service 

The wonders of Bosnia & Herzegovina

Get acquainted with the diverse culture that Bosnia and Herzegovina offers, as you can adore the rich handicraft bazaars as copper-plated objects; some typically delicate embroidery; carpets as well as jewelry, which are among the traditional specialties.

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