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Mostar - Herzegovina Day Tour

Mostar - Herzegovina Day Tour - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 3 to 6 hrs
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$49.06

Herzegovina is often called “California” of Bosnia and Herzegovina due to its climate, number of sunny days and atmosphere. Beside famous Mostar, this region is home to many other natural and architectural attractions.

Kravice Waterfall is a peaceful oasis located in southern Herzegovina ... More info ›

Herzegovina is often called “California” of Bosnia and Herzegovina due to its climate, number of sunny days and atmosphere. Beside famous Mostar, this region is home to many other natural and architectural attractions.

Kravice Waterfall is a peaceful oasis located in southern Herzegovina. It is the most fascinating natural attraction of the region where you can swim, have a picnic and admire beauties of nature.

Počitelj Castle is a medieval citadel which overlooks the charming Počitelj village. In the past this castle was used as military and watchmen house as a protection against possible intrusions from the Neretva valley. Time spent in Počitelj will undoubtedly be filled with enjoyment and stories on rich Bosnian history.

The same feeling you’ll experience in Počitelj will definitely follow you in Blagaj. Six hundred years old Blagaj’s Tekke (Dervish house) is situated at the largest karst spring in Europe, the spring of the Buna river. They together make a unique and picturesque place which is surely worth visiting.

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Sarajevo - Dubrovnik Transfer with Mostar Tour

Sarajevo - Dubrovnik Transfer with Mostar Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 6 to 7 hrs
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$303.71

We offer transfer from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik with must see stop in Mostar for a guided tour. Transportation is in modern a/c vehicle, starting from lobby of your hotel or any other location in Sarajevo ... More info ›

We offer transfer from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik with must see stop in Mostar for a guided tour. Transportation is in modern a/c vehicle, starting from lobby of your hotel or any other location in Sarajevo. Since Mostar is Half Way to Dubrovnik, why not visit Old Bridge.

Transfer should start till 10 am. from requested location in Sarajevo
Included is English speaking driver, all vehicle expenses, local guide in Mostar, bottle of water per person, luggage assistance
from Sarajevo to Mostar is 150 kilometers/ 2 hours
From Mostar to Dubrovnik is 140 kilometers/ 3 hours
Tour in Mostar will be on English, you will see Crooked Bridge, Kazandziluk, Old Bridge, Mostar Gallery, Koski Mehmet Pasha mosque and will have 1 hour free time in Mostar
Please keep your passports with you as we will cross the border to enter Croatia
Possible other stops for pictures, toilet or coffee brakes if there is time or opportunity available

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5 Days Bosnian Highlights

5 Days Bosnian Highlights - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 5 days
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$408.85

This is a perfect tour if you are first time in Bosnia. We cover all major attractions in 5 days, starting from the Capital - Sarajevo, we will do daily tours to Mostar, Travnik and Jajce but also to Olympic mountain Bjelasnica ... More info ›

This is a perfect tour if you are first time in Bosnia. We cover all major attractions in 5 days, starting from the Capital - Sarajevo, we will do daily tours to Mostar, Travnik and Jajce but also to Olympic mountain Bjelasnica. Tours are private so no one else will mix with your group.

Itinerary:
Day 1: Sarajevo
Arrive at Sarajevo airport. Meet and greet with driver. Before check in to hotel we will do guided city tour of Old Town Sarajevo.
Visit Seher Cehaja bridge next to Spite house and City Hall. Continue to main pedestrian area of Bascarsija and visit Copper smith street, Bascarsija square, Gazi Husrev bey mosque, Clock Tower, Bezistan - Covered market, Morica Han, Latin bridge, Taslihan, Meeting of Cultures, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Jewish Temple and Old orthodox Church. After tour you will have some free time before we go to hotel for check in.Rest of the day is free

Day 2: Sarajevo - Mostar Over day trip
After breakfast we proceed to Mostar (140 kilometers/2,5 hours). On the way we make 2 stops. First stop will be in Konjic town next to main landmark the Ottoman architecture bridge from XVII century. Next stop will be in majestic Neretva Canyon for Pictures. Upon arrival in Mostar we will have guided tour. Visit Corked Bridge, Mostar Gallery, Koski Mehmet Pasha mosque and Old Bridge. After tour you will have 2 hours of free time before we go back to Sarajevo. Rest of the day is free

Day 3: Sarajevo - Travnik - Jajce Over day trip
After breakfast we will visit central Bosnia. First town to visit is Travnik. Small town with medieval and Ottoman heritage. Visit Fortress and Sulejmanija mosque. Continue to Jajce - Bosnian Kingdom royal town. Visit Pliva Waterfall, Lakes and wooden watermills. In Jajce we visit also fortress, Catacombs and Temple of Mythra. Back to Sarajevo

Day 4: Sarajevo - Bjelasnica
Breakfast in hotel. Today we visit one of the Olympic mountains. this is a half day tour so you will have time for shopping afterwards. Upon arrival on Bjelasnica we will visit Umoljani village and you will have 2 hours free time on Ski resort. Back to the city and free time.

Day 5: Sarajevo departure
Breakfast in hotel. free time till its time for transfer to the airport. End of service

Included:
4 Nights Accommodation based on Bed and Breakfast in Hollywood hotel or similar
All tours mentioned in the program
Entrance fees as per program
Transportation with modern a/c vehicle with English speaking driver 

Excluded:
Personal expenses
Lunch and dinner
Tips

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Sarajevo Grand Tour

Sarajevo Grand Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$70.09

Full Day tour of Sarajevo that includes all phases of our city. Starting with the Ottoman Old Town, trough Austro Hungarian, Socialist and modern with including story of the Olympic Games in 1984 ... More info ›

Full Day tour of Sarajevo that includes all phases of our city. Starting with the Ottoman Old Town, trough Austro Hungarian, Socialist and modern with including story of the Olympic Games in 1984. and War in Bosnia and Siege of Sarajevo in early 90's.
Join us for 2 hours walking tour, Later we drive you to other side of the city to visit Tunnel museum and Olympic mountain Trebevic and visit Bob sleigh track.

Duration of the tour is 6 hours
Walking tour includes Walking from the City Hall, Seher Cehaja bridge and Spite house towards Bascarsija square trough Copper smith street, visiting Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque, Clock Tower, Taslihan - remainings of Caravansary, Bezistan - covered market, Latin Bridge - where nearby an assassination triggered WWI, Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures, Jewish temple, Old Orthodox Church and Sacred Heart Cathedral. While walking you will also see Sarajevo Roses, Markale Marketplace, Oldest public toilet (from XVI century). We will show you how to prepare and drink Bosnian coffee.

After Walking tour we will continue to Tunnel museum. While driving from Old Town towards the Airport, we will panoramicly show you different phases of architecture and most important landmarks. Tunnel of Hope museum is located next to the airport. It tells the story of War in Bosnia and Siege of Sarajevo. 

After Tunnel tour we continue to Mountain Trebevic and visit Bob Sleigh track from Olympic games.
After the stories from Olympics we return back to city.

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Visit Tito's Bunker in Konjic

Visit Tito's Bunker in Konjic - Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$14.02

Tito's bunker in Konjic was a well-kept secret for years, until now! This impressive space lies in about 6,500 square feet of space and about 300 feet deep below the surface.

Tito's bunker was built and kept in secret from 1953 to 1979. In case a catastrophe happened, Tito and his closest associates would be sheltered here ... More info ›

Tito's bunker in Konjic was a well-kept secret for years, until now! This impressive space lies in about 6,500 square feet of space and about 300 feet deep below the surface.

Tito's bunker was built and kept in secret from 1953 to 1979. In case a catastrophe happened, Tito and his closest associates would be sheltered here.

This building, which resembles a maze with more than a hundred rooms and a fully preserved inventory was designed to provide uninterrupted life for 350 people for six months. This bunker is consists of a number of residential spaces, conference rooms, offices and a "presidential bloc." The existence of the bunker was top-secret until the '90s. Join this tour and let us tell you its secrets.

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Sarajevo DayTrip from Mostar

Sarajevo DayTrip from Mostar - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 1 day
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$140.18

Sarajevo is known as the “Jerusalem in the Balkans”, since it is the only place other than Jerusalem that has a mosque, a synagogue, a catholic and an orthodox church, all within walking distance from each other. This tour gives you a chance to explore the iconic capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina ... More info ›

Sarajevo is known as the “Jerusalem in the Balkans”, since it is the only place other than Jerusalem that has a mosque, a synagogue, a catholic and an orthodox church, all within walking distance from each other. This tour gives you a chance to explore the iconic capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. We leave Mostar in the morning, and after a short break on the way arrive to Sarajevo a couple of hours later. We'll have a city tour with a licensed local guide, and plenty of free time for lunch and individual exploration, before returning to Mostar in the afternoon.

Pick-up at your accommodation in the morning and then departure from Mostar. We have a couple of hours driving to Sarajevo, following the river Neretva most of the way. Upon arrival to Sarajevo, we'll be met by our local licensed guide who'll take us for a city tour of Sarajevo's center.
Our starting point for the city tour is at the City Hall. Built in the late 19th century, it served as the city hall until 1949 when it was transformed into the National Library. It was destroyed in August 1992, and at that point it held over 1.5 million volumes, of which 155,000 were rare and valuable. Sadly, most of the books could not be saved. The City Hall was rebuilt over the course of nearly 20 years after the war finished, and reopened in 2014. Next we move on to Gazi Husrev-bey’s mosque. Built in 16th century, it is the largest historical mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the most representative Ottoman structures in the Balkans. Being the central Sarajevan mosque since the days of its construction, today it also serves as the main congregational mosque of the Islamic community of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Our next stop is in the courtyard of the Sarajevo synagogue. It was constructed in 1902 and remains the only functioning synagogue in Sarajevo today. This synagogue is an Ashkenazi one – there used to be a Sephardi synagogue as well – however it was destroyed during WWII. We continue through the Autro-Hungarian part of town, and arrive in front of the Catholic cathedral – the Sacred Heart Cathedral. The cathedral has been built in the late 19th century, and has been damaged during the war in the 90’s. However, it was not completely destroyed and has been restored since. Right after the catholic cathedral we go see the orthodox cathedral - he Cathedral Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos. The cathedral was built in the mid -19th century and is the largest orthodox church in Sarajevo – and one of the largest in the Balkans. Our final stop is in front of the Museum of Sarajevo’s main building. After the tour we have some free time for lunch – trying ćevapčići in Sarajevo is a must!
After free time for lunch and individual activities, we'll say farewell to Sarajevo and arrive to Mostar safely a few hours later.

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