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Cities in Bosnia Herzegovina:   Dzajići - Foča - Jablanica - Konjic - Ljubuski - Međugorje - Mostar - Sarajevo - Srebrenica - Travnik   more
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Private Transfer from Sarajevo to Mostar

Private Transfer from Sarajevo to Mostar - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$38.99

If you want to experience stress-free journey from your location in Sarajevo to Mostar, then this one-way private transfer is perfect for you.

No matter if you are traveling alone or with a partner, this comfortable one-way transfer is perfect for you. You will be picked up from your location  in Sarajevo and driven safely to Mostar ... More info ›

If you want to experience stress-free journey from your location in Sarajevo to Mostar, then this one-way private transfer is perfect for you.

No matter if you are traveling alone or with a partner, this comfortable one-way transfer is perfect for you. You will be picked up from your location  in Sarajevo and driven safely to Mostar. During the ride, your private professional driver/guide will give you all information you need. You will enjoy beautiful scenery of Konjic and Jablanica before arriving to Mostar.
Your booking will be confirmed immediately and you will be provided with a voucher.
Approximately 24-48 hours prior to your transfer, you will be required to reconfirm exact pickup time and place (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).

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Balkans dark side - Tunnel of Hope

Balkans dark side - Tunnel of Hope - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$29.20

Can You imagine 4 years of siege? Four long years without elementary supplies, four years under the bombs, four years with no sun in the sky? Visiting the main war points will tell You the story by themselves – words will not be needed. Sarajevo was under the occupation for very long time, and marks are still visible all around the town ... More info ›

Can You imagine 4 years of siege? Four long years without elementary supplies, four years under the bombs, four years with no sun in the sky? Visiting the main war points will tell You the story by themselves – words will not be needed. Sarajevo was under the occupation for very long time, and marks are still visible all around the town. We try to keep it as a monument and great reminder of what shell never happen again!
Sarajevo was occupied by each side of the city during the siege and the area was completely blocked. Since there was no way to reach free territory and in order to provide elementary existence supplies, some kind of solution had to be provided. That is exactly what happened! The story about the Tunnel, short movie made during the war period and the Tunnel construction, all those Museum items, collected during the war, and the whole surrounding area will give You a clear image how did Sarajevo survive the greatest siege in human history!

War tour starts from Invicta Travel office. You can be picked up from your hotel upon request also. On the way to the Tunnel Museum , roughly 30 minutes drive, our tour guide will show you and explain things important to understand the history of the fall of Yugoslavia and Bosnian Independence. Driving through the city , you will see one of the points of the biggest masacre that happened in 94 and 95, the Markale marketplace. There is a memorial for children killed during the Siege on our way, also. Heading to the Tunnel Museum, the guide will show you the famous street, known as Sniper Alley, and tell you the stories of people running over these streets. Once you get to the Museum, and you see the Map of the Siege, our guide will make sure you get better visualisation of the Siege.Short movie about shelling the city and Tunnel construciton is also must see in this war Museum. We get to know how and why we dug it, how long it took, but most importantly we understand what it meant for Sarajevo people. We spend there about an hour. We take drive back to the city on different way, through the Republic of Srpska entity, to see and hear the stories about invisible borders. Next stop will be famous Old Jewish Cemetery which was the front line during the war and was used as an artillery positon by Bosnian Serbs. Yellow Fortress will leave you breathless, amazing view on Sarajevo, and also on many cemeteries, made during the last war. Our guide will take you even higher, on Vidikovac view point, where we can make a short break, drinking Bosnian coffee or beer if you prefer. The view is magnificent. The last stop will be Olympic complex, with its cemetery from 90’. You will hear the story about Olympic games held in 84, also. After 3 hour of tour you’ll head back to our office, enjoying the view from your back seat. Our professional guide will be pleased to answer any question you have. After the completion the tour, you will be suggested to visit more museums connected with the war 92- 95.

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Times of Misfortune—Sarajevo Under Siege Tour

Times of Misfortune—Sarajevo Under Siege Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$29.20

Join a certified official tour guide on 4 hour journey of understanding Sarajevo's destruction and salvation. Explore Sarajevo's key sites including Sniper alley and War Tunnel Museum - the life line of " the biggest concentration camp" in the world ... More info ›

Join a certified official tour guide on 4 hour journey of understanding Sarajevo's destruction and salvation. Explore Sarajevo's key sites including Sniper alley and War Tunnel Museum - the life line of " the biggest concentration camp" in the world. Panorama from the highest point of Trebevic Mountain and walking down 1984 Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track will provide unique experience. See one of the kind Jewish cemetery which is second by size in Europe, just before one in Prague. Experience Sarajevo from Yellow and White bastions, and pay tribute to fallen soldiers and first Bosnian president buried at Martyr Cemetery.

Meeting point is in front of Info Bosnia Tourist Information Center close to "Sarajevo Meeting of Culture" on the main pedestrian street Ferhadija. Every guest of ours receives a bottle of water and is accompanied to the transportation heading towards War Tunnel Museum. On the way there (25-30 minutes) we make a short introduction to the war theme and show important sites and buildings that later can be seen on the short movie played in War Tunnel Museum.

With arrival to the Tunnel Museum, we will explain the position of Museum and famous mark in front of the entrance named "Sarajevo Rose". After seeing the short movie, one-hour long presentation starts that explains fall of Yugoslavia, the war in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and creation and importance of the Tunnel. 

After the Tunnel, we head toward  84 Olympic mountain Trebević, which is the closest mountain to the center of Sarajevo and a first line during the Siege of Sarajevo. At the site, we have the opportunity to see and walk on the Bobsleigh and Luge Track and experience the most beautiful panoramic views of Sarajevo which are unfortunately the main positions of the enemy army.    

Just under Trebevic Mountain lies the second largest Jewish cemetery in Europe. The cemetery contains unique shaped tombstones that can only be seen in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is believed their shape is influenced by medieval Bosnian tombstones that are named "Stecak".

From there we are heading towards old Ottoman part of the city to visit White and Yellow Fortresses. They both provide breathtaking views to the old part of the city. 

The tour finishes at the same place where it began.

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Srebrenica massacre and Drina canyon - Day tour from SARAJEVO

Srebrenica massacre and Drina canyon - Day tour from SARAJEVO - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 10 to 12 hrs
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$75.93

The Srebrenica massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide was the July 1995 mass murder of more than 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks, mainly men and boys, in and around the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War. Drina canyon, place of amazing beauty hides biggest mass grave in this part of the word ... More info ›

The Srebrenica massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide was the July 1995 mass murder of more than 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks, mainly men and boys, in and around the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War. Drina canyon, place of amazing beauty hides biggest mass grave in this part of the word. In ten to twelve hours, You will be able to understand fall of Yugoslavia and orchestrated massacre of Bosniak men in Srebrenica enclave

The starting time is 8:00 a.m. usually in front of Info Bosnia Tourist Information Center located on main pedestrian street Ferhadija, just next to "Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures", but can be arranged from elsewhere, if requested. After a small introduction and giving to our guest complimentary bottles of water and sandwiches with traditional Bosnian sausage (vegetarian food at request) , we can start our journey. 

City of Srebrenica is located around two and half hours from the city of Sarajevo. Road takes us through desolate mountainous area with beautiful nature of Eastern Bosnia. While You are able to enjoy scenery we will start our presentation with detailed stories, carefully selected so You are able to understand a complex matter of "The Fall of Yugoslavia" which is crucial for Your understanding of Srebrenica genocide. 

Our first stop is in front of battery factory, used by UN forces during the war in Bosnia. In previous headquarters of the Dutch battalion is now located one of the most modern museums in Bosnia and Herzegovina, “Museum of Srebrenica Genocide”. There we will be meeting the curator and experience first-hand story about the survival in Srebrenica enclave. Museum is equipped with multimedia facilities with selection of movies, that will help You understand events that led to the worst atrocity in Europe since World War II.

From Museum of Srebrenica Genocide, we continue to Memorial room, where You will be able to hear the stories of the victims which were made by a local journalist. Part of the Memorial room is also dedicated to the people responsible for the massacre.

Victims that were found and identified are resting at Memorial cemetery. Now the cemetery counts 6575 victims, but that number rises every year.

Once we visited Potocari Memorial Centre, we continue our journey to the city of Srebrenica. Once the industrial leader in the area, and one of the oldest settlements of people is now a ghost city. Srebrenica is also the location for the lunch, as there are not a lot of restaurants nearby.

From Srebrenica we are continuing towards the artificial lake made by beautiful emerald green river Drina. Drina is also a natural border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. While driving towards the lake, You will be able to see a lot of monuments with names carved in marble. Lake Perucac is believed to be the biggest mass grave in this part of the world.

We expect to be in Sarajevo around 8 p.m.

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Small-Group Mostar and Blagaj Full-Day Tour from Sarajevo

Small-Group Mostar and Blagaj Full-Day Tour from Sarajevo - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 10 to 11 hrs
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$64.25

Join your professional, local guide for this amazing, UNESCO based trip and get to see Herzegovina region attractions. Tour starts from Sarajevo and is approximately 11-hours of your day ... More info ›

Join your professional, local guide for this amazing, UNESCO based trip and get to see Herzegovina region attractions. Tour starts from Sarajevo and is approximately 11-hours of your day. Mostar town and the whole of Herzegovina region are a must see and “taste” by anyone ever coming to the area of Balkans. That is why such tour has been designed, for you to see such highlights. Which included, Konjic Old Bridge - Jablanica destroyed bridge WW2 - Blagaj Tekke - Source of River Buna - Mostar Old Bridge - Kujundziluk Old Bazaar - Hamam - Koski Mehmed-pasha Mosque.

First stop of the day is short visit to old part of Konjic town. As Bosnia was the scene of some of the fiercest battles between the Yugoslav Partisans as well as the Axis Powers during WW2, the next stop on the way is in Jablanica. It's a small village famous about it’s bridge and the Battle of Neretva where the Partisans managed to win a very unlikely battle. Nowadays, destroyed bridge still remains us as a symbol of wartime sacrifice and difficulties. 
Next destination is Blagaj - a haven of peace and natural harmony. The Blagaj Tekke, or the Dervish Monastery, was built around 1520. The Blagaj Tekke is situated by the spring of the river Buna, surrounded by beautiful mountains. In the silence of the Dervish house's garden, cooled by the freshness of the wonderful river with the most spectacular view, you will understand why Blagaj was the focus of interest of historical personalities, Roman nobility, Ottoman viziers and kadis, Austro-Hungarian officers and many travelers searching for the freshness of the water, warmth of sun and blue skies. 
In the end, it's time for Mostar experience - one of the most important pearl of Bosnia&Herzegovinia. A city of stone on stone, historical, political, scientific and cultural center of Herzegovina lies at the foot of the slopes of Velez Mountain, in the Neretva River valley.

Herzegovina trip will ride and walk you through fascinating landscapes, interesting villages and cities, historical museums. You will go back in history and learn about Ottoman Empire, WW2, Tito's Yugoslavia, taste delicious Bosnian food and enjoy tradition. The day you will never forget!

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Private Guided Tour of Travnik and Jajce from Sarajevo

Private Guided Tour of 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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$64.25

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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