Private transfer from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo is not ordinary transportation between the two destinations.
In the trusted hands of our professional driver and a tour guide as well you will be able to visit some of the most interesting sights of the transfer from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo.
The distance between the two cities is around 250 kilometres and it will take around 12 hours to arrive in Sarajevo, mostly because we will make a few stops on the way to introduce you to the natural and cultural beauties of the southern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Herzegovina.
Transfer from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo will be one of the best memories and experiences in your life as you will be able to visit one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina, an authentic Herzegovinian village completely made of stone, a UNESCO World Heritage bridge, one of the best river canyon view ever and much more.
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After a pickup in Dubrovnik, we are heading to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s southern part. As one of the most beautiful parts of the country due to its incredible history and culture and natural beauties, there are a few sights that are a must-see for anyone coming to Herzegovina.
First, we will relish ourselves in one of the most beautiful waterfalls Bosnia and Herzegovina have, the Kravice waterfalls. After a short rest on the waterfall, where you will hopefully enjoy and make some great photos we are heading to Počitelj, an authentic Herzegovinian village made completely of stone. The ideal place to learn more about the history and to eat something in case you are hungry.
After we finish with the Pocitelj visit, we are heading to Blagaj, a village nearby Mostar, where you will have the opportunity to see one of the most beautiful springs in Europe, the spring of river Buna. Furthermore, if you are interested in the history, culture and tradition of the region, you will for sure want to visit a Dervish Tekke, a sacral house related to Islam culture and it is situated right to the spring of river Buna.
Moving on to Mostar where you will see a world-famous UNESCO Heritage bridge, The Old Bridge, as well as Mostar as a city since it is one of the most beautiful cities in this part of Europe. After we are done with Mostar, we are heading to Sarajevo but you will still be able to enjoy undermined beauty of the Neretva canyon, but a 30 kilometres ride through the canyon will leave you speechless.
Prior to our arrival in Sarajevo, which will mark the end of our transfer from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo, we will make a quick stop in Konjic. A small city near Sarajevo is for sure one of the most beautiful small cities you will ever visit.
My sister and I took a tour from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo on an all- day excursion. Our tour guide , Jasmin, is very personable and we talked and laughed all day through stops to a waterfall, the stone village, the Sufi Monastery, Mostar with its iconic bridge. Jasmin went out of his way to show us a train bridge ruin left from the war. Jasmin was also very generous with suggestions for activities in Sarajevo and Belgrade. Take this tour. You will love it!
We booked a private tour from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo. We visited Mostar, Blagaij and Pocitelji on the way. The road trip was one of the highlights of our trip. Such beautiful places to visit. It was lovely to just drive along the coast on the way.
We also did the free walking tour when we arrived to Sarajevo. It was a great way to see the city and learn about its history. The guide was really friendly and had a great knowledge.
Meet Bosnia tours has the best guides and most accommodating staff! I had three tours with them in 3 days.
The first was the 12 hour transfer tour from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo. It was just me and Mehmed (sp?) so we saw everything and more! Had a great chat, and I learned a lot about life in Bosnia Herzegovina.
The next day I took the Siege tour with Agan. This was with a group of 13. A lot of harrowing information to take in, but the facts were delivered clearly and with sensitivity. The personal stories made the experience extra memorable. (His mom’s stove!!)
And finally today I took the food and crafts tour with Amina (sp?) I was the only one signed up today, so I got another private tour. I don’t know why it’s not sold out! It’s delightful and Amina was very knowledgeable and pleasant to talk to. We met a lot of interesting artisans and cooks who are trying to keep Bosnian traditions alive. Highlights were the potato pie, the coppersmiths and the brush maker. Great energy. 😉
Anyway, if you are in the middle of researching companies to take you on tours, I’ve already done all that for you. Book with Meet Bosnia. You won’t be disappointed!
The tour encompasses so many wow places in the country. The guide and driver were incredibly kind and polite!
One of the best tours I have ever had
Could not recommend this tour highly enough! We saw so much and learnt even more. Edin was a terrific guide and super friendly. And the staff in the office were incredibly helpful too!