In this “Three Days in Bosnia and Herzegovina Tour” ou will be able to experience the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
We will be exploring b eautiful capital of Bosnia – Sarajevo, also known as “Jerusalem of Europe” and see its most famous landmarks.
You will discover amazing region of Herzegovina including its historic and cultural center – Mostar. You will admire famous UNESCO protected Old Bridge of Mostar.
Join us for this tour and meet Bosnia with your “Meet Bosnia” team.
Three Days in Bosnia and Herzegovina starts with your arrival in Sarajevo. You will be welcomed at the airport and transferred to your hotel.
Later on, we will start with the Sarajevo Walking Tour. Walking through charming small ancient streets of Sarajevo will make you fall in love with this lovely city. A walk through Sarajevo is a walk through its past. From the oriental Ottoman quarters lined with sweet shops, cafes and handicraft workshops, to the administrative and cultural center of Austro-Hungarian times, Sarajevo encompasses the very best of both worlds.
The next tour will be the panoramic Sarajevo War Tour. Just 8 years after Sarajevo hosted XIV Winter Olympic Games, the city became the city under the longest siege in modern history. On this tour we will visit Yellow Fortress with the best panoramic view of the city. We will pass through Sniper Alley, see Hotel Holiday Inn. We will also visit the famous Tunnel Of Hope which was the only exit from besieged Sarajevo, Trebevic Mountain, and bobsleigh track and the former frontlines.
Overnight in the hotel.
Three Days in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues after breakfast when we will departure to the Herzegovina region.
The first stop will be in Konjic – a charming, small town located on the banks of river Neretva. We will talk about its symbol – Old Stone Bridge constructed in period of the Ottoman rule in Bosnia. You can have a coffee here and enjoy the most beautiful panorama. Then we continue through some really amazing parts of the Neretva river canyon.
The next destination is Kravice, a breathtaking waterfall on the Trebižat River. It’s known as a small version of Niagara Falls, hidden in the Balkans. For its amazing beauty and untouched nature, it’s protected by Bosnia and Herzegovina as a natural treasure. In the summertime, you can enjoy swimming here.
Then we will proceed to Blagaj, a haven of peace and natural harmony. In Blagaj village we will visit a mysterious Tekke (Derwish Monastery) constructed in the early Ottoman period- The Blagaj Tekke is situated by the spring of the river Buna, surrounded by beautiful mountains.
At the end of the day, it’s timeI for Mostar experience – a city of light, 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. With its UNESCO protected Old Bridge, it is one of the most important pearls of Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Return and overnight in Sarajevo.
Today you will have free time reserved for private activities before departure to the Airport.
My husband and me had a magnificent visit to Sarajevo last October 2014 with our tour guide Edin, He has very nice personality and a lot of historian knowledge about his country. We recommend him to be your guide tour whenever you go there.
We were visiting BIH for the first time, so we asked the hotel to book a free tour for us. Meet Bosnia offered us an amazing experience! Our guide Sabina explained everything to us and very kindly and competently answered all our questions. We were traveling by car, so after the tour she also told us what else we could see on our way, which was more than what we would have expected. Even though this time Sarajevo was just one stop on the way, she managed to make us curious enough to decide to come back soon and join their other amazing tours. We recommend Meet Bosnia tours and will definitely come again.
Our guide was superb, his knowledge excellent, his passion for the topic obvious but controlled. We learned an incredible amount. Totally open to questioning on any topic.
Thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Well put together, with many sights packed in. Our tour guide, Samir, was friendly, flexible and spoke fantastic English. He was very open to questions and conversation about Bosnia’s troubled history and from his personal stories and historical knowledge I left feeling much more educated on the subject. I have booked a tour with this company for tomorrow, also.
Recommended 100%. Group of professional, friendly and very knowledgeable guides. Their passion for what they do shows! It is also a very entertaining way to learn and learn more about these beautiful lands full of history.