In this 9-Day Balkan Tour, you will explore three Pearls of the Balkans -Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. Expect to have an authentic experience and to visit the most beautiful and most interesting places in this region.
You will have local experts as your guides who will provide great insight into these amazing Balkan countries.
We will take care of all the logistics, transportation, tours and accommodation. What you should do is to enjoy discovering the rich history and culture of the Balkan.
Arrival and transfer to hotel. Dinner in the hotel and overnight in Belgrade.
In the morning, after breakfast, we will proceed to Sarajevo – the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Therefore, you will see beautiful landscapes on our way and after arrival, we will check-in and have an overnight in Sarajevo.
Today we will have a Sarajevo walking tour. We are going to see the main attractions in the Old Town of Sarajevo including Baščaršija Square, Sebilj Foutain, the oldest Street in Sarajevo, Old Orthodox Church, Cathedral of Sacred Jesus Heart, Synagogue, Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque, Clock Tower, Caravan Saray and of course the stop of Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s Assassination Spot – Latin bridge.
After exploring Sarajevo we continue to Mostar. On our way, we will visit the small, but charming town of Konjic and an amazing village – Blagaj, where you will see Derwish Monastery and relish the nearby Spring of River Buna.
In Mostar, we will have a walking tour in the old part of the city. Therefore, you will see the most famous attraction of the city – the Old Bridge, built-in 1566 according to the plans of Hayruddin, the great Turkish builder of the 16th c. It has been entered UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
It’s the beating heart of the city, a strong iconic symbol of its history, one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks. We will also see Hamam – Turkish bath, Old Bazaar, Kosqi Mehmed-Pasha Mosque, and Crooked Bridge.
We will spend a night in Mostar.
Today we will proceed to the amazing city on the Croatian Adriatic Coast – Dubrovnik. On our way we will visit Pocitelj – an authentic Medieval-Ottaman Village made of stone.
The next stop will be Kravice Waterfalls – the most beautiful in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Later on, we proceed to Dubrovnik.
After check-in, we will have a walking tour of the Old City of Dubrovnik. Some of the monuments we will see are Rector’s Palace, City Walls and Franciscan Monastery. Overnight in Dubrovnik.
After breakfast, we will proceed to another famous coastal city of Croatia – Split. After hotel check-in, we will start exploring Split and see its most famous landmark – Diocletian Palace. Besides that, you will also visit Split City Museum, Gothic-Renaissance Palace, Cathedral of St.Domnius, etc. Overnight in Split.
In the morning we will proceed to Trogir, a small town surrounded by fortress walls. You will visit St. Lawrence Cathedral with a magnificent 13th-century Romanesque portal, the Old City Hall from the 15th century, the Kamerlengo tower on the relaxing waterfront promenade and more.
After lunch in a local restaurant, we will continue to Zadar with a stop in Šibenik. Overnight in Zadar.
After checking in we will have a sightseeing tour of Zagreb where you will visit the most important amenities of Zagreb including Ban Jelacic Square, Stone Gate, Cathedral of Zagreb as well as Croatian National Theater. Overnight in Zagreb.
Three Balkan Pearls Tour is ending today. After breakfast, we will have free time and later transfer to the airport/station and departure.
Our guide Edin was so knowledgable and so kind! We learned so much on this tour and got to see so many eye opening things. Edi has a passion for what he does and made us feel like family!! 10/10
This tour has been an excellent one with a very friendly and informative guide. The tour car was nice and clean and getting to know a little bit of history from the places we visited made it all worth it.
We had the best guide ever, arna. She explained us so much about the history and places that we have visited. The trip is really worth it and the places are unique.
The guide was amazing, funny and pleasant. We recommend meetbosnia to everyone
It was a great and very interesting tour. Armina very nice and friendly person and an excellent guide who has the capability to carefully give insights to a very sensitive chapters of thistory. We highly recommend the tour.