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Week in Bosnia and Herzegovina tour. 7 days of exploring the beautiful country –  relax and enjoy the cities and the nature.

All about the BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA TOUR in 7 Days.

Discover the beauty of the country!

Bosnia and Herzegovina tour
Bosnia and Herzegovina tour

Welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina tour, a beautiful country situated in the western Balkan Peninsula of Europe.

Sarajevo is the capital, simply an amazing city. The country has so much to offer. Plenty of activities, sightseeings and friendly atmosphere awaits for you in a 7 days while in Bosnia and Herzegovina tour.

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The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • International Flights – FLydubai (7KG Luggage + 20KG Luggage)
  • 3 BB in HOTEL Hills 5*/ 4* Hollywood or similar in Sarajevo
  • 2 BB in HOTEL MEPAS 5*/4* Bristol in or similar in Mostar
  • 1 BB in Hills 5*/ 4* Hollywood or similar in Sarajevo
  • Tourist taxes
  • All private transfers according to the itinerary (with car for 2 pax; with mini van for 4-6 pax)
  • Private guided tour in Sarajevo
  • Whole day private guide for excursion Visegrad
  • Whole day private guide for Travnik – Jajce
  • Whole day private guide for Mostar city tour and excursion to Pocitelj and Kravice
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Visas
  • Anyting not mentioned in Inclusions
  1. Day 1 Arrival Sarajevo

    ARRIVAL SARAJEVO – Meet and greet at Sarajevo Airport and transfer to hotel in Sarajevo. Dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina tour
    Bosnia and Herzegovina tour

    SARAJEVO CITY TOUR – Following breakfast, sightseeing of Sarajevo – a true crossroads of cultures, religions, architecture styles and diverse people. The city’s breathtaking backdrop of seemingly endless hills and towering mountains have in a sense always isolated the city, creating a timeless world, which despite its seclusion has always kept its doors open to the rest of the world. Although Sarajevo is a capital city typified by the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it also possesses a unique ambience that seeps into the soul. The afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.

  3. Day 3 SARAJEVO – VISEGRAD (110 km) – SARAJEVO (110 km)

    SARAJEVO – VISEGRAD (110 km) – SARAJEVO (110 km) – Following breakfast, whole day excursion from Sarajevo to Visegrad. The town of Visegrad became a major settlement in the mid-15th century. Visegrad was the gateway for the slow Ottoman invasion of Bosnia. Incursion by the Ottoman armies started in the early 15th century, but it is said the town was conquered in 1544 by Osman Pasa. Mehmed pasa Sokolovic Bridge better known as the Bridge on the Drina, was constructed several decades later (UNESCO named it a world heritage site). The city remained under Ottoman rule until 1878 when Bosnia and Herzegovina under the military and political rule of Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy. Visegrad also has the Dobrun Monastery and Old Town that comes from medieval times. Return to Sarajevo for dinner and overnight.

  4. Day 4 SARAJEVO – TRAVNIK (90 km) – JAJCE (70 km) – MOSTAR (166 km)

    SARAJEVO – TRAVNIK (90 km) – JAJCE (70 km) – MOSTAR (166 km)
    Following breakfast, departure from Sarajevo towards Travnik and Jajce. Travnik(the city of Bosnian viziers), which had been the capital of Bosnian Pashaluk for 150 years, the residence of 77 viziers, seat of two consulates, lying in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina, represents the main administrative and political center of Central Bosnia Canton today. In its past, rich in cultural and historical tradition, and encompassing interesting events and important personalities, the people of Travnik have called their city a city-museum in the open, and justly so. This city is unique in many ways. Its exciting past has produced many important personalities and events. This city tells its own story at every step. Jajce is a city of Bosnian king, located in Central Bosnia, in the Jajce basin, at the confluence of the Pliva and Vrbas rivers, which have always been characterized by unique natural beauties, while crucial historical events have taken place here since distant times to the present day. Eight historical layers can be discerned in Jajce. Jajce is witness to 4 empires and 3 kingdoms. Three global monotheist religions meet here. In Jajce, six architectural styles can be discerned. Jajce has 22 national monuments. In 2007, Jajce submitted the required UNESCO nomination documentation to be placed on the World Heritage List. Monuments from ancient times and the middle Ages have been preserved in Jajce: Mithras temple, from 4th c., St Catherine’s Church, Franciscan monastery, Medvjed Tower and the Town Gates, as well as many others. The city is surrounded by forest covered mountains, and there are also two lakes, as well as the wonderful Pliva Waterfall (22,5m) in the very center of the city. Dinner and overnight in Mostar.

  5. Day 5 MOSTAR – POCITELJ (30 km) – KRAVICE (21 km) – MOSTAR (37 km)

    MOSTAR – POCITELJ (30 km) – KRAVICE (21 km) – MOSTAR (37 km)
    Following breakfast, guided city tour of Mostar, which has developed during the Turkish rule on the banks of the river as an important trade center on caravan routes. Old city of Mostar with its graceful single span Old Bridge, Mosques and Turkish house museums, has been included in the UNESCO`s World Heritage List in 2005. Afterwards excursion to nearby sites. First stop in Pocitelj – an astonishing medieval town which was built on a hill that dominates the riverbed of Neretva. In the architecture of Pocitelj the Mediterranean and Oriental styles intertwine and they simply invite you to stop by and take a walk down the narrow cobbled streets, climb the stone stairs and explore some of the secrets of this mysterious fortress. Still preserved are numerous houses, Hajji Alija’s Mosque, a madrasa and a clock tower whose bell, according to the travel writers, rings harder and stronger than any other bell in the whole Bosnia. Further stop is near Ljubuski – the waterfalls Kravice which are among the most fascinating naturalistic features of the Herzegovinian region. The waterfall was created by the Trebizat river with its tuff deposits, and has been declared a natural phenomenon which is under state protection. Its height is between 25-28m and the radius of the lake in the base of the waterfall is 120m. In the lateafternoon, return to Mostar for dinner and overnight.

  6. Day 6 MOSTAR – BLAGAJ (12 km) – JABLANICA (58 km) – SARAJEVO (83 km)

    MOSTAR – BLAGAJ (12 km) – JABLANICA (58 km) – SARAJEVO (83 km) – Following breakfast, departure from Mostar and stop in the nearby Blagaj – a small town famous for the source of Buna river – it is one of the most abundant river sources in Europe. There is also an old dervish monastery, an attractive cultural venue, originating from the end of the 15th or the beginning of the 16th century. Afterwards continuation of trip towards Jablanica – one of the most beautiful Bosnian regions. Jablanica is situated near the greenturquoise, fast-running Neretva river. During the Battle of the Neretva in 1943, Jablanica was the site of a successful raid by a group of Partisans led by Josip Broz Tito. A rail bridge over the river was blown up while a train was in the middle of crossing. There is a park and monument commemorating this action at the site. The bridge section and the locomotive which can still be seen in the river gorge are the remains of a film set depicting the battle, from the 1960s. Finally, arrival to Sarajevo for dinner and overnight.


    SARAJEVO – DEPARTURE – Following breakfast, time at leisure. Afterwards transfer to Sarajevo Airport.