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8 days in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Awesome way to explore Bosnia and Herzegovina in 8 days. Let’s visit some of the most interesting places in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Let’s have fun!

1st day : Arrival and transfer to hotel.

2nd day:  After breakfast, we will have the Sarajevo Walking Tour. Highlights of the tour are Baščaršija Square – Sebilj Foutain – Oldest Street in Sarajevo – Old Orthodox Church – Cathedral of Sacred Jesus Heart – Synagogue – Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque – Clock Tower – Caravan Saray – Old Madraasa – Bazaar – Meeting of Cultures Spot – Sarajevo Roses – Hotel Europe – Assassination Spot – Latin bridge.  Later we will proceed to the Sarajevo War tour. Highlights are:  Yellow fortress, City hall – Defenders cemetery – Olympic stadium Kosevo – Olympic hall Zetra – Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo grave – St. Vitus heros chappel – Sniper Alley – Hotel Holiday Inn – Old Yugoslav military barrack – Sarajevo Roses – Cellist of Sarajevo – Tunnel of Hope – bobsleigh track – frontlines – one of main headquarters of Bosnian Serbs during the siege – Sarajevo local guide. Overnight in Sarajevo.

Bosnian coffee

3rd day:  This day is reserved for east Bosnia and Herzegovina. After breakfast, we will proceed to Visegrad. This tour includes a visit to Drvengrad, a small town located in Serbia, to pass the border You need a passport. Visegrad is a town on the Drina river in the eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located in the valley of the Drina, in the hilly slopes gently rising high into the mountains, over 1000 meters in high. This small town is full of pretty streets, but we will dedicate our visit to The Old Stone Bridge, the endowment of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic. He is one of the great Ottoman military leaders of Bosnian origin.

Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge Photo Credit @legi988

Just nearby this famous bridge is another tourist attraction – Andricgrad (Andrictown) also known as Kamengrad (Stonetown). Before we cross the border between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia we will visit Dobrun monastery. Dobrun Monastery is located in the picturesque mountainous region, surrounded by rocky hills and opened towards the gorge of the mountain stream, in the gorge of Rzav River with numerous springs and fertile fields and pastures.

We will finish the tour by visiting the third-place – Ethno Village Drvengrad. Drvengrad means wooden town and that’s exactly what you’ll find here. Everything is made of timber from conifer trees. The village is also known by name Kustendorf, and means “a coastal village” but it’s also a wordplay on his own name: Kustu – Dorf or the village of Kustu (Kusturica’s nickname). It is located in the Zlatibor region in a nature park Mokra Gora, in Serbia. It’s a traditional village, built by the mentioned film director Emir Kusturica.

5th day:  After breakfast, meet your guide and start your full-day excursion to Kraljeva Sutjeska where you will visit the Franciscan monastery, therefore you will visit a museum with historical treasures, a library with rare and valuable historical records.

Kraljeva Sutjeska
Kraljeva Sutjeska

Later we will proceed to Zenica to visit Vranduk. Vranduk is an old fortress set about 14 km downriver from Zenica. Fortress of Vranduk, occasional capital of Bosnian Kings, was first mentioned in 1410. Close to the fortress was built the Mosque of Sultan Mehmed Fatih, which, according to some sources, was built on the fundaments of the medieval church.

Later we will visit Zenica city, it’s beautiful amenities like City Museum, Synagogue, Catholic Church St. Ilija, etc. Overnight in Sarajevo.

Vranduk
Vranduk

6th day: This day is reserved for exploring Bosnian pyramids. So after breakfast, we will proceed to Visoko. Today, in the whole world, Visoko is famous as an archaeological destination and place of the great pyramidal complex. You will enter  the Tunnel of Ravne and explore the first European Pyramids.

Later we will visit Visoko city which was the capital of Bosnian Kings and it had colony and duty of traders from Dubrovnik. Old Tabhanska mosque, Old Franciscan monastery that was ruined in 1697 and later renewed and still works, and The White Mosque are symbols for spiritualism of people in Visoko. Overnight in Sarajevo.

7th day: This day is reserved for the Bijambare cave tour. Bijambare cave is located around 40 km away from Sarajevo and is one of most beautiful caves in Bosnia. After we are there, first we shall take a nice walk through the beautiful combination of oak, beech and pine forest to reach the Bijambare Cave complex. The walk is richly enriched with plenty of beautiful scenery, small creeks, the small lake usually there in spring/winter, fresh air and much more, which will make us have a great beginning at least.  After the Bijambare cave, we recommend lunch at the local food restaurant “Kulin dvor”. After a small break with Sarajevo local tour guide, we will proceed to the most beautiful park in Sarajevo.

Vrelo Bosne

8th day: Transfer to Airport and departure.

 

Package includes (2 person minimum):

Above mentioned tours in English, Round trip Airport transfers.

 

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