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Get an in-depth exploration of Mostar and the surrounding areas with ease on this 3-day private tour. Meet your guide and depart from the airport in Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, or Split in an air-conditioned minivan and make your way to Mostar. Stay in Mostar’s Old Town and spend time exploring the city with your guide. Visit Medjugorje, Buna Spring, Blagaj Tekke, and Kravice Waterfalls.
See the highlights of Herzegovina as you travel from Sarajevo to Mostar to Dubrovnik on this full-day transfer. Depart from your Sarajevo hotel with your guide and travel to Konjic, Jablanicko Lake, the old town of Mostar, Blagaj, Pocitelj, the Kravice Waterfalls, and more. Enjoy lunch on the banks of the Buna River in Blagaj and visit the historic Dervish house there.
Konjic, Kravice Waterfall, Pocitelj, Blagaj, and Mostar and some of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s highlights, but seeing all of them in a day can be tricky without a car. On this full-day tour, tick off all of them in the company of a guide. Depart from your hotel and make your way by vehicle to the Old Bridge of Mostar, before continuing on to the other sights.
With just one day to explore Herzegovina, this full-day tour from Sarajevo will check off all the main highlights. Explore the historic towns of Konjic, Pocitelj, and Blagaj; admire natural wonders including Jablanicko Lake and Neretva river canyon; and visit the UNESCO-listed town of Mostar, famous for its picturesque Old Town and Old Bridge.
Gain fascinating insight into the intriguing military history of Sarajevo during a tour of the War Tunnel Museum and sites associated with the Siege of Sarajevo. With an expert historian guide, see soul-stirring sites of violent massacres like Sniper Alley, and then descend to the Tunnel of Hope to receive an introduction to the longest siege in history. Next, visit the history-shrouded mountain of Trebević, and enjoy panoramic city views from the summit, as well as the Yellow Bastion and Jewish Cemetery.
Travel from Sarajevo to Zagreb (Ljubljana / Split or vice versa) in a day tour and explore Jajce - the birthplace of Yugoslavia and world’s only city with natural waterfall in the city centre. Dive into mix of history and amazing nature of viziers’ town Travnik and admire the perfectly transparent Pliva Lakes. Enjoy the cocky Banja Luka and prepare to be shocked by WWII extermination camp - Jasenovac. Discover the essence of coexistence of three “different” nations under the same roof of Bosnian land. The most amazing benefit of this day tour is the complete understanding the tripartite nature of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Imagine in one day tour, we’ll be visiting Bosniak (Muslim), Croatian (Catholic) and Serbian (Orthodox) dominated regions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and we’ll discover how relations have been shaped here in past centuries.
We start the transfer from Sarajevo to Belgrade at 08:00 am and way we visit Visegrad, Andricgrad and Drvengrad. Visegrad is a town located in the valley of the Drina river, in the hilly slopes gently rising high into the mountains, over 1000 meters high. This small town is full of pretty streets but we will dedicate our visit to The Old Stone Bridge, the endowment of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic. Just nearby this famous bridge there is another tourist attraction - Andricgrad also known as Kamengrad. Andricgrad is a project of a famous film director Emir Kusturica, inspired by works and characters of a famous writer, nobel prize winner, Ivo Andric. We will also visit - Ethno Village Drvengrad. Drvengrad means wooden town and that’s exactly what you’ll find here. It is located in the Zlatibor region in a nature park Mokra Gora, in Serbia. It's a traditional village, built by the aforementioned film director Emir Kusturica. Sargan Eight Train is seen and optional experience.
Visit the Bosnian community of Srebrenica on a full-day tour from Sarajevo that explores the tragic 1995 massacre and its ongoing legacy. Exploring the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial with a guide offers valuable insight into the war in Bosnia and how the country is working to rebuild; round-trip transport between Srebrenica and Sarajevo takes care of logistics so you can focus on the moving sites.
Gain a deeper understanding of the Srebrenica Genocide on this full-day tour to Eastern Bosnia from Sarajevo. Listen as your guide details the events of July 11, 1995, during a tour of the Memorial Centre at Potočari, the Memorial Cemetery, the Dutchbat UN base, and the town of Srebrenica.
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.
Explore the cultural heritage of east Bosnia and west Serbia with ease on this full-day tour from Sarajevo. Depart from your hotel with your guide and visit the Borak Necropolis. Continue on to see the Ottoman-era bridge in Visegrad. Take a cruise on the Drina River and admire the views from the water. After crossing the border, explore Tara National Park in Serbia.
Mostar, Konjic, Blagaj, and Pocitelj are all highlights of Herzegovina, but seeing all of them from Sarajevo can be tricky without hiring a car. On this full-day tour, make your way to all four in an air-conditioned minivan or car. Learn about the area from a guide and enjoy a traditional Bosnian breakfast in the morning.
Learn about the Siege of Sarajevo and visit the Sarajevo Tunnel museum on this guided tour. Depart from Sarajevo and travel in a vehicle to the Sarajevo Tunnel. On the way, listen to your guide explain the recent history of Sarajevo. After time in the museum, visit the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Zetra Olympic Complex, site of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games.
Taste your way through Sarajevo on this culinary walking tour. In the company of a guide, stroll the city’s scenic streets and learn about Bosnian culture through food. Visit a local market and sample cheeses, cured meats, and more. Stop by a restaurant and try Bosnian pie, and sip homemade brandy. As you walk, admire historic cathedrals, squares, museums, war memorials, and more.
MORE THAN 50 YEARS OLD WELL KEPT SECRET IS EMERGING ON THE SURFACEThis is an excursion for those who are willing to scratch below the surface to find out more about Yugoslavian leader Josip Broz Tito and his Atomic War Command under the code name “ISTANBUL”. Information about the bunker was guarded by the 4 Commandants from the former country Yugoslavia until 2011. From that moment story about the Atomic War command is emerging on the surface and now is known as Tito’s Bunker. Learn about TITO’s bunker on the tour with us where we will be speaking about Yugoslavia and Tito as well. Who was he, what was his habits, fears, aspirations and what was Yugoslavia like?You will be as surprised as we were!P.S.Tito’s Bunker is right now modern art gallery as well.
Join the tour with the company that was first in Sarajevo to introduce bicycle tour! Sarajevo has a perfectly flat bikeway that connects the east and west of the city! Why not use that and learn about the history of Sarajevo in a fun and educational way!? The experienced tour guide, city bicycle with 6 speeds and delicious food is a perfect combination! Truly day to remember!
Discover the moving stories of Sarajevo’s Jewish communities on a half-day tour that explores Sephardic and Ashkenazi landmarks, synagogues, and community centers. You’ll learn fascinating personal narratives and history, then go beyond the past with an introduction to Sarajevo’s modern-day Jewish culture.
This tour is a minimum of what you should know about one of the longest sieges in modern human history. Our tour guide will try to give you a more positive perspective about this period of Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. 22 years after the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, wounds are still open and life here is visibly damaged.War is a topic from which you can not run away easily but it is necessary to understand and to hear at least the basics for the future of generations who are coming to this world.Those generations will learn from the mistakes which are done by the previous one and hopefully bring prosper not only here but in the entire world.
Don’t let limited time in Sarajevo stop you exploring further afield. See the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and some of Serbia, on an attraction-packed day trip that proves ideal for time-pressed travelers. Without having to worry about hiring a car or driving on unfamiliar roads, you’ll travel between three distinctive villages and benefit from the local knowledge of your guide.
Save time by taking this guided walking tour that visits many of Sarajevo’s cultural attraction in a few hours. It’s ideal for travelers looking to get quickly oriented or those who explore the city but don’t have much time. Also, this tour stands apart by focusing on the locations in the city where cultures meet: begin at the Old Town core at Baščaršija Square and see mosques, bazaars, Jewish temples, cathedrals, and finish at the Latin Bridge.
Many songs are written about this jewel of Herzegovina,beautiful city of Mostar.Excursion will take trough amazing Neretva canyons, Mostar old part of the town, Mostar world known old bridge which is considered to be much more than just a bridge, besides Mostar and its beauty we will also visit Blagaj(spring of Buna river) where you will see untouched crystal clear source of river Buna and visit dervish house in Blagaj.Kravice waterfalls are something special and this natural gem is something we are proud of in every way.Excursion will be concluded with trip to Počitelj's sixteenth-century master works of Islamic art and architecture.Two person are minimum required for this tour.
Srebrenica lies in eastern part of Bosnia&Herzegovina, 75 kilometers from our starting point Sarajevo and 10 kilometers from serbian border.It was very quiet,peaceful place till Bosnian war have not started, which brought europe largest mass murder (8,000 Bosniak residents were massacred and 10,000s others were forced to leave in July 1995) since the holocaust.We will visit Srebrenica Potocari genocide memorial and cemetery located in Potocari, if you want to see all madness that war causes, Srebrenica visit is a must.Two persons are minimum required for this tour.
Get to know Sarajevo through its food on this city tour. Taste all kinds of grilled Bosnian foods, including cevapi, grilled entrails, and flatbread. Wander through the Old Town to sample local cuisine and learn about the city’s history from your guide. Sip Sarajevo beer in a famous brewery. Guests can opt for hotel pickup or meet at a centrally located starting point.