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Private Guided Tour to Travnik and Jajce from Sarajevo

Private Guided Tour to Travnik and Jajce from Sarajevo  - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 10 to 11 hrs
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$68.40

This tour is a lovely daily tour where you will explore central Bosnia's two most beautiful towns. These are two small towns, but very beautiful, historically very important and full of interesting monuments that will charm you.

Highlights:
Travnik Fortress, Blue Water Park, Sulejmanija Mosque, Clock Tower, Jajce Waterfall, Fortress, Clock Tower in Jajce, Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque, The bell tower of St ... More info ›

This tour is a lovely daily tour where you will explore central Bosnia's two most beautiful towns. These are two small towns, but very beautiful, historically very important and full of interesting monuments that will charm you.

Highlights:
Travnik Fortress, Blue Water Park, Sulejmanija Mosque, Clock Tower, Jajce Waterfall, Fortress, Clock Tower in Jajce, Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque, The bell tower of St. Luke, and Watermills

This private guided tour can accommodate up to 15 guests.

This tour goes to Travnik City which, for many years, served as a capital of Bosnian Eyalet. Known as Viziers City in the Ottoman Empire, the Grand Vizier was the prime minister of the Ottoman sultan.

There are 28 protected cultural and historic buildings in this area. The most important of them are: the medieval fortress built in the 15th century; Jeni mosque, which is the oldest building from the Ottoman period; Sulejmanija or Šarena mosque; Jezuit Grammar School and Elči Ibrahim-Pasha madrassa, the muslim school that still serves to students. What makes it special in the world are the two clock towers built in 18th century. It is the only city in Bosnia and Herzegovina with a sundial built in 1886.

After visiting Travnik the tour continues on to Jajce, the capital of the independent medieval Kingdom of Bosnia: a city of stone, light and water. The royal castle was built on the banks of the rivers Pliva and Vrbas. The city with its towers, walls and fortress which surround the town are an interesting sight for everybody.

The old city of Jajce is a candidate for listing as a UNESCO World Heritage site. This small space captures four empires at once: Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian; three kingdoms: Bosnian, Hungarian and Yugoslav; three world monotheistic religions: Christianity (Orthodoxy and Catholicism), Islam and Judaism, and different architectural styles.

next stop is the symbol of the coexistence in Jajce, the Church of St. Mary or the Sultan Suleyman II Mosque. Today only walls remain of the building. At the northeast side is the tower of St. Luke. It has been built by the domestic masters. The bell tower of St. Luke represents the only surviving medieval tower in the continental part of Balkan. In 1892, these objects were declared a cultural heritage by the Austro-Hungarian government.

Located a few kilometers away from Jajce are Pliva Lakes. These lakes offer many recreational opportunities: fishing, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, playing volleyball, biking and walking. It was here that wooden watermills were built during the Middle Ages. You will see how water power was used in old times in order to produce seeds and flour for bread. Due to the historical, architectural, and geological value of the Pliva lakes and watermills, both were declared to be “National Monuments of Bosnia and Herzegovina” in 2009.

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Sarajevo Small-Group Walking Tour with Traditional Food Tastings

Sarajevo Small-Group Walking Tour with Traditional Food Tastings - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$29.85

A horrific past sits side-by-side with a welcoming future on this Sarajevo tour that takes you deep into the dark days and back out into the light of today. See the sites that mark some of the city's biggest tragedies but have since become places to celebrate life, as you listen to stories of the siege, from those who lived to tell the tale.

This Sarajevo walking tour tells the story of the most difficult times to have befallen the city of Sarajevo, but alongside tales of the will, courage, and determination of the local people to survive what was once hell on Earth. 

Your Sarajevo tour will start at the most beautiful building in the city: the City Hall/National Library, which had originally burned down during the siege of Sarajevo but was rebuilt and re-opened in 2014 — a sign of the rejuvenation seen throughout the city. 

From there, you'll head to a local historic brewery, founded in 1864 and with a sad story behind the brews, as it was one of the few sources of drinking water for Sarajevans during the war. 

You'll then visit the gallery that's home to the exhibit Siege'92-'95, honoring the longest siege in modern history ... More info ›

A horrific past sits side-by-side with a welcoming future on this Sarajevo tour that takes you deep into the dark days and back out into the light of today. See the sites that mark some of the city's biggest tragedies but have since become places to celebrate life, as you listen to stories of the siege, from those who lived to tell the tale.

This Sarajevo walking tour tells the story of the most difficult times to have befallen the city of Sarajevo, but alongside tales of the will, courage, and determination of the local people to survive what was once hell on Earth. 

Your Sarajevo tour will start at the most beautiful building in the city: the City Hall/National Library, which had originally burned down during the siege of Sarajevo but was rebuilt and re-opened in 2014 — a sign of the rejuvenation seen throughout the city. 

From there, you'll head to a local historic brewery, founded in 1864 and with a sad story behind the brews, as it was one of the few sources of drinking water for Sarajevans during the war. 

You'll then visit the gallery that's home to the exhibit Siege'92-'95, honoring the longest siege in modern history. You'll learn about the darkest parts of Sarajevo's past before heading to the street of Green Berets (resistance organizers), which is now the center of the city's nightlife. 

Next up on your Sarajevo tour, you'll head to the local marketplace, which was the site of a horrific massacre in 1994. Yet today, it's a place to get fresh produce and local goods, and while you're there, stop into the beautiful Market Hall, where you'll try local delicacies such as smoked beef and cheese. 

You'll then continue to the Central Bank, where the famous Sarajevo Haggadah (an ancient manuscript containing the traditional text of Passover Haggadah) was kept safe during the siege. From there, it's on to the Great Park of Sarajevo, where you'll see the monument to the murdered children of Sarajevo, and then on to the presidency building and Olympic Hall. You'll keep walking along the Miljacka River and see the contemporary bridge that's named Festina lente, meaning “make haste slowly“. 

Next up, your Sarajevo tour will proceed  to the Central Post Office, which burned down in 1992 but has since been rebuilt, before finally reaching the National Theater, the main stage for two of the biggest cultural events in Sarajevo:  the Theater Festival and the Sarajevo Film Festival (founded during the siege as cultural resistance to the madness of war).    

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Half-Day Sarajevo Grand Walking Tour

Half-Day Sarajevo Grand Walking Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$14.92

This walking tour of Sarajevo takes you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture. In just two hours, you will be shown a unique line where East meets West ... More info ›

This walking tour of Sarajevo takes you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture. In just two hours, you will be shown a unique line where East meets West. Join us and find out more about the city which is also called as "the Jerusalem of Europe."

The city that is commonly associated with the siege in the 1990s has plenty more to offer. Join us in a journey through the past where the guide will reveal the small and big secrets of this city and introduce you to the mysticism of Sarajevo streets and alleys. The tour will take you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture and will show you a unique line where East meets West. Enjoy the scent of fresh made coffee, flavours from hookah, sound of church bells and call from the minarets. Learn about the assassination that triggered the First World War and discover why Sarajevo is called the "European Jerusalem."

This tour visits the following sites:

City Hall/National Library
Spite House
Sarajevo fortresses
Streets Bravadziluk and Kazandziluk (old handcrafts)
Sebilj
Street Saraci
Morica han (caravan-saray)
Ghazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque and Maddresah
Clock tower
Sarajevo Assassination 1914
Ghazi Husrev Bey’s Bazaar
Sephardic neighbourhood and synagogues
Cathedral of Holly Hearth of Jesus
Synod Orthodox Church

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Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-Night Multiday Tour from Mostar

Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-Night Multiday Tour from Mostar - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 4 days
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$945.13

Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and its sights during this 4-day tour. Mostar is the capital city of Herzegovina ... More info ›

Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and its sights during this 4-day tour. Mostar is the capital city of Herzegovina. The Old Bridge is the main cultural monument which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Mostar got its name by the keepers of the bridge: The Mostars. Learn about the history of Mostar and its surrounding: Blagaj, Počitelj, Međugorje etc. You can enjoy unique and unforgettable touristic attractions: Rafting on Neretva, mountaineering on the beautiful mountains of Herzegovina, being present on traditional attractive Old Bridge jumps, magical music nights, enjoying local gastronomic delicatessen and much more.

Day 1: From Airport to Mostar

We take care of you from the moment you land on one of the airports near Mostar. It can be airport Sarajevo, Dubrovnik or Split. Transport is performed in an air-conditioned minibus, with coffee bar, mini bar, free internet access and TV/DVD. Each of these trips towards Mostar is a unique experience because the landscapes which you will pass through are simply magic and breathtaking. You a stay in a 5-star hotel with superior touristic treatment, which includes free use of spa center, gym, pool, steam baths and Finnish and salt sauna.

Day 2: Visit Herzegovina
Visit Mostar and its surrounding like Međugorje, Kravice, Počitelj, Žitomislići, Blagaj, Podveležje, Ruište. Follow your guide and discover he Old Bridge (part of UNESCO’s World Heritage List), which was originally built in 1566. during the Ottoman Empire and according to many, is one of the 10 most beautiful bridges in the world. See Međugorje, one of the most popular and most visited site of Catholic pilgrimage in Europe, and head to one of greatest river springs in Europe, the spring of Buna in Blagaj, next to which a beautiful Muslim complex is built and referred to as Tekija. You are also going to see an amazing waterfalls of Kravice, in addition to many other admirable and interesting places.

Day 3: Rafting on Neretva or visit Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia
Feel the adrenaline on 4 rapids, pass under a waterfall shower, drink water directly from a natural spring, enjoy a delicious barbecue (grilled meat, vegetables, pita bread) in the Rakytnica canyon, jump from cliffs to deep water, swim in rapids. Also joy with us Horse Riding, Trekking or visit with us Dubrovnik or Split in Croatia.

Price tour, among other things, includes the best traditional food and wine.

Day 4:
Transfer from Mostar to your chosen airport.

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Kravice Waterfalls, Počitelj Old Town and Blagaj Tekke Day Trip from Mostar

Kravice Waterfalls, Počitelj Old Town and Blagaj Tekke Day Trip from Mostar - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$50.00

For all nature lovers and heritage sympathizers this tour is right decision. Day trip guarantee you new experience, having fun, new knowledge and absolutely excellent value for money ... More info ›

For all nature lovers and heritage sympathizers this tour is right decision. Day trip guarantee you new experience, having fun, new knowledge and absolutely excellent value for money. Tour includes visit to Kravice Waterfalls, Počitelj Old Town and Blagaj Tekke. You will have an unforgettable experience.

This trip presents a combination of all nature beauties, cultural and heritage sites that Herzegovina has to offer in just one day. The tour is flexible in terms of picking you up, meeting point and starting time. Trip includes visit to Kravice waterfall, the pearl of Herzegovina. During the summer days, stunning waterfall of Trebižat river, offers you to cool yourself down and take a swim. The walled town of Počitelj is embodiment of oriental - Mediterranean period of historical development in this area. The amazing Blagaj Tekke or Dervish house is Islamic monastery that gives you complacency! It was built during the Ottoman period and it is considered one of the most mystical places in all of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tour duration is 8 hours approximately. This is a good day guaranteed with professional driver and tour guide.

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2-Night Private Excursion to Kravice Waterfalls from Sarajevo, Dubrovnik or Split

2-Night Private Excursion to Kravice Waterfalls from Sarajevo, Dubrovnik or Split - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$310.90

Experience three days in charming Mostar, one of the most spectacular destinations in southeast Europe. Stay in a brand new hotel in heart of  Old Town, with a view of Mostar’s famous Old Bridge ... More info ›

Experience three days in charming Mostar, one of the most spectacular destinations in southeast Europe. Stay in a brand new hotel in heart of  Old Town, with a view of Mostar’s famous Old Bridge. During this private tour, you will be accompanied by a local guide and transported by climate-controlled minivan. You will explore the surrounding region, including Kravice Falls and the Blagaj Tekke monastery.

Your 3-day private excursion begins when you land at the airport in Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, or Split. Meet your guide and travel by climate-controlled minivan, complete with minibar and internet access, to Mostar. Enjoy the view of the beautifully rugged mountain landscape during the journey. Arrive at your hotel in the heart of the Old Town.

Begin the following day with a stroll around Mostar. Your guide will explain the history of the Old Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was originally built during the 16th century under the Ottomans before it was destroyed in during the war in the 1990’s and eventually rebuilt. Visit Medjugorje, a Catholic pilgrimage destination. Admire the cold-water Buna Spring, and pass the nearby historical Islamic complex called Blagaj Tekke. Explore the rushing waterfalls of Kravice and other interesting places in the surrounding area.

Return to your Mostar hotel for the evening. On the final day, return to the airport or another accommodation in your private vehicle.

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