Get out of the city and explore Bosnian nature on this tour of Sutjeska National Park. Travel from your Sarajevo hotel in a private vehicle to the park and explore the grounds with a guide. Stroll on protected walking paths through forests and past rivers. Visit Tjentiste, home to a war memorial in the park.
Just beneath Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Valley of Pyramids, which lie just outside Sarajevo, is a prehistoric underground labyrinth with over one mile (1.7 kilometers) of passageways. Take a guided tour through the Ravne Labyrinth and walk through the illuminated tunnels to discover their healing powers. The high concentration of ions is believed to clean your body and you can spend extra time in the “healing room” inside the tunnels.
Visit Mostar and its surrounding places, by this referring to : Međugorje, Kravice, Počitelj, Žitomislići, Blagaj, River Farm.Our Tour guide will take you through a rich history of this specific cites. Visit Međugorje , which is apart from Fatima in Portugal, Santiago de Compostelo in Spain and Lourdes in France one of the most popular and most visited in Europe, but also the world. In addition to all this, you will also have an amazing opportunity to see one of the greatest and prettiest river springs in Europe, the spring of Buna in Blagaj, next to which a beautiful muslim complex is built and referred to as Tekija. You are also going to see an amazing waterfalls of Kravice, in addition to many other admirable and interesting places.
Make the most of your time in Mostar or Blagaj by prebooking admission to the Authentic Antique Museum. This private house-turned-museum captures everyday Bosnian and Herzegovinian home life through traditional furnishings and artifacts. Wander the rooms and garden; view the antiques and effects; ask questions of the hosts, and gain an authentic picture of local life. Upgrade for traditional Bosnian coffee and snacks during your visit for a complete experience.
Save time and ensure your entry to the War Childhood Museum in Sarajevo by prebooking your admission ticket. The museum focuses on the wartime experiences of children during the 1992-95 Bosnian War, using personal belongings and other items to illustrate their stories. Wander through the halls to see the artifacts—including a girl’s swing in a basement—and read the testimonies of the youngsters who lived through the conflict.
Outdoor enthusiasts can lace up hiking boots, admire a pristine waterfall, and enjoy a half-day wilderness adventure on this guided trek from Sarajevo. Breathe in the fresh air as you walk through the forested landscape, ascend to a waterfall, and feel the cascading water at the base of the falls. Once you wrap up your hike, sit back and relax on your 30-minute drive back to the city.
Explore Tito’s secret bunker and learn about Yugoslavia’s history on this tour. Accompanied by a guide, go deep below Zlatar mountain to reach the Atomic War Command (ARK), which was a secret until the 1990s. Wander through the many passageways and rooms, and see Tito’s private residence within the bunker._____Customized private tours made for couples, families and small groups. Your guide will walk you through the attractions to provide the most complete insights of every location. You can customize your tour talking to your guide and decide what you prefer to do. Your magic moments are waiting for you! # discoverherzegovina_tours
Save hassle in Sarajevo by prebooking admission to its Museum of Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide. With your ticket secure, you can visit when you wish on your chosen day without worrying about lines or on-the-day payment. Explore independently: viewing photos, videos, and artifacts that chart the war crimes of the 1990s Bosnia war. Events covered include torture, concentration camps, and Srebenica’s mass killing; making the museum unsuitable for children.