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  • 10 days Grand Tour
  • Day 1 – Sightseeing Sarajevo Old Town

    Arrival to Sarajevo, transfer to the hotel. After short rest, sightseeing tour of the Old Town in Sarajevo-Bascarsija. Visit to the City Hall, Gazi Husrev-bey's Mosque and Clock Tower, Emperor's Mosque, Latin bridge and other historical places.  A panoramic view on Sarajevo valley is a great start for getting to know Bosnia.

    Day 2 – Sarajevo – Mostar tour

     After breakfast departure to Konjic - one of the oldest permanent settlements in Bosnia. Konjic is famous for wood-carving, a traditon carefully transferred through generations.  Visit to Mostar – “The pearl of Herzegovina”. The famous Old Bridge in Mostar is one of the 20th most beautiful bridges in the world and it is under UNESCO protection. Visit to Blagaj, refreshment in beautiful and unique atmosphere at the source of the river Buna, the peace of the Dervish House and the fresh waters of Buna make it a truly special place. Herzegovina is the south part of the country with a Mediterranean climate and some amazing fruits that you can find starting from May. Overnight in Mostar.

    Day 3 – Exploring Herzegovina

    After breakfast, moving to the very south of the country. Visit to the medieval town Pocitelj, a unique place in Bosnia despite the many fortresses that are available, Pocitelj is a stone city, that is still inhabited. Visit to the Kravice waterfalls. Free activities in Mostar. Overnight in Mostar.

    Day 4 – A day in Konjic

    On the way from Mostar, stopping for the organized rafting in Konjic. For people who will not participate, there will be a visit to the underground shelter that was built secretly by the president of Ex-Yugoslavia and it has recently been open to public. Overnight in Sarajevo.

    Day 5 – A little bit of history and nature

     Visit to the war museum, Tunnel of Hope, to witness the great struggle and hardship Sarajevo people went through in the past war. After that, visit to the springs of river Bosna, a beautiful park where you can relax, drink some spring water and enjoy horse carriage ride in the long alley. Visit to the mount Bjelasnica, for some fresh air, bike ride etc. Overnight in Sarajevo.

    Day 6 – To the heart of Bosnia

    Trip to Jajce, home town of Bosnian Kings. Most impressive is real natural monument 22 meter high Pliva Waterfall. It's unique, because it is in the middle of the town and one of the twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world.  Visit to the watermills on the lake Plivsko where you can enjoy a boat ride and children will definitely find something for them.  Heading to the north of Bosnia  - City Bihac. Arrival in the evening.

    Day 7 –  Exploring Una

    After breakfast,  heading to the National Park Una, named after the river Una, famous for its cleaness and emerald green color. Visiting the waterfall Strbacki buk. Visit to the ethno village Natura Eko. Sightseeing of the town. Overnight in Bihac.

    Day 8 – Back to Sarajevo

    Check out from the hotel. Visit to Travnik – the city with strong oriental culture and full of excellent examples of Ottoman architecture such as Elci Ibrahim Pasha's Madrassah, Colored (Sulejmania) Mosque (built 1575.), The house of the internationally known local writer Ivo Andric – The Nobel winner and the Travnik Fortress, most impressive fortress in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. Visit to place called Blue Water, near Travnik which is a famous excursion site.  Visit to the ethno village Cardaklije. Overnight in Sarajevo.

     Day 9 -  Shopping day

    This is a day for rest and shopping. In addition, visits to museums or horse riding can be added.

    Day 10 - Departure

    Check out. Transfer to the airport. End of journey.

     

    4 overnights in Sarajevo BB in double/twin room

     2 overnights in Bihac BB double/twin room

    3 overnights in Mostar bb double/twin room

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  • 04.03.2016
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