Get the most out of your time in the Balkans on a private tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina from Dubrovnik. Enjoy smooth transfer between the city of Mostar, the Kravice waterfalls, and the UNESCO-listed village of Počitelj via air-conditioned vehicle, gaining insight into the culture as you explore regional landmarks. Benefit from your guide’s undivided attention on a private tour, and relax with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Go on an in-depth exploration of the Siege of Sarajevo on this educational tour. Accompanied by a driver-guide, travel in an air-conditioned car or minivan through Sarajevo and learn about the city’s history. Visit the War Tunnel Museum, the abandoned Olympic bobsled track on Trebevic Mountain, a large Jewish cemetery, and the Ottoman-era Old Town, and hear stories about Sarajevo during the siege.
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.
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 more about the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina on this private tour of its capital. Explore Old Town Sarajevo and visit squares, fortresses, bridges, local mosques, fountains, and more as you listen to engaging commentary about the tumultuous history of the region. Besides the historic parts, get insider tips from your guide about the best places to eat, drink, and hang out in Sarajevo.
On our tours we take our guests to a friendly cup of coffee with amazing view at Sarajevo valley and introduce them in adventures way about history of Bosnia & Herzegovina and Fall of Yugoslavia. Every guest we treated as our own friends and we try to present our City through our Life's in Bosnia &Herzegovina. All our tours are adjusted - flexible to our guests so that our guests can enjoy as maximum as possible in just few hours.
The Srebrenica massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide was the July 1995 mass murder of more than 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks, mainly men and boys, in and around the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War. In ten hours, You will be able to understand fall of Yugoslavia and orchestrated massacre of Bosniak men in Srebrenica enclave.
Explore Sarajevo with the help of a guide who knows all the spots to see and all the quickest ways to get there on this walking tour. Your guide also has knowledge about the best places to snag some traditional Bosnian food, so you can enjoy authentic food tastings along your journey. Travel through the city from Old Town to the Academy of Fine Arts, learning about Sarajevo’s history and treating yourself to samples of burek, cevapcici, baklava, and coffee or tea. Plus, this tour operates with a maximum of 12 people, ensuring you’ll enjoy a small-group experience your expert guide.
Explore the region of Herzegovina with ease on this small-group day tour. Depart from your Mostar hotel in an air-conditioned minivan with your guide and make your way to the Kravice Waterfalls, the walled town of Pocitelj, and the Dervish house at Blagaj Tekke. Learn about the area from your guide’s on board commentary.
While in Dubrovnik, head to another country for the day to see the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina on a guided day trip. Stop in Neum, Bosnia’s only coastal town, and then continue on to UNESCO-protected Počitelj, which boasts beautiful historical sites. Later, head to Medjugorje, the place where, in 1981, six children saw an apparition of the Virgin Mary and has been one of the most popular spots for Catholic pilgrimage in the world. Finally, continue on to Mostar with its stunning bridge.
Day trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina from Dubrovnik
Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pocitelj city center
Enjoy a Medjugorje, an important pilgrimage location for the Catholic world
Explore Mostar’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town on this walking tour and benefit from the undivided attention of a private guide. As you admire the city’s medieval buildings and historic monuments, learn about its long history, from the Ottoman Empire to the communist-era as part of former Yugoslavia, and its role in WWII, the Cold War, and the Yugoslavian War.
Rewind to Sarajevo’s darkest days on this battle-site tour charting the Bosnian War’s 1992-1995 Siege of Sarajevo. Avoid doing any research or planning yourself, and let a guide provide insight into the places where one of modern history’s longest sieges occurred. Visit the Tunnel Museum’s “Tunnel of Hope” that enabled residents to escape; view bomb sites, and see notorious “Sniper Alley.” Upgrade to a private tour for a more personalized experience.
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.
Discover Sarajevo’s three major religions on a walking tour that includes stops for Bosnian coffee and ‘cevapi,’ grilled meat wrapped in hot flatbread. Since religion plays a key role in local history, visiting the Church of the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel in Sarajevo, Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, the Jewish Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Sacred Heart Cathedral is a fascinating introduction to a city where East and West meet.
Blagaj, Pocitelj, Kravice Waterfalls, and Mostar are some of Herzegovina’s highlights, but it can be tricky to visit all of them in one day independently. On this full-day tour, travel to each one in an air-conditioned minivan. Enjoy breakfast in Blagaj, learn about the history of Pocitelj from your guide, admire views of the Kravice Waterfalls, and hear stories about Mostar’s history.
Sarajevo and Belgrade among other cities of ex-Yugoslavia are must see places. Instead of just transfering from one to another, you can join this amazing Unesco Heritage tour.
During this tour you will visit Višegrad, city famous by Unesco site- Mehmed Paša Sokolović bridge and little *town in tow dedicated to Yugoslavian Nobel Prize winner, Ivo Andric. After that you will proceed to Mokra Gora with visit to Mecavnik, very interesting ethno village that will bring you back in the past.