We would like to invite you to meet the gems of Balkan's - Sarajevo and Mostar! Let's walk through history, culture, music, and time, get to know the most beautiful corners of these cities that have remained as living monuments of past times.
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We would like to invite you to meet the gems of Balkan's - Sarajevo and Mostar! Let's walk through history, culture, music, and time.

What's included

Departure Location
Belgrade International Airport / Sarajevo International Airport
Return Location
Belgrade International Airport / Sarajevo International Airport
Price includes
  • A guided tour of important places
  • All meals included
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Professionally guided tour
Price does not include
  • Current Hotel Taxes and Service Charges
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Excess baggage charge
  • Medical insurance and emergency insurance
  • Other International flights
  • Personal expenses
  • Services not specifically stated in the itinerary
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Visa arrangements

Sarajevo, the capital and largest city – also the economic, university, and cultural center of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Immediately outside the city, the magnificent Trebević rises, and the city is additionally variegated along the river Miljacka, which has inspired many songwriters and musicians.

This trip is ideal for hedonists who like a slightly lighter pace, quiet and colorful cities, without too much crowd. In this city, you will be greeted by good and hospitable hosts, who will offer you some of the delicious specialties of this region, and a walk through Baščaršija is a real look back at the past and the atmosphere of Ottoman rule that is still alive on these timeless streets.

Old Town Sarajevo

Mostar is a truly wonderful city, one of those timeless corners that entice tourists to visit them. We want to introduce you to a place where about one hundred thousand inhabitants live. The city is mostly tourist-oriented, with the fact that the diversity of the left and right banks cannot be bypassed. In Mostar, there is one townhouse, one mayor, and widely known symbols such as the Old Bridge, which was built back in 1566 at the request of the then Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. Also, the city is further adorned by the Neretva, the old spirit of the bazaar and shops…

Let’s start this journey together, on which we will walk through the history, art, myths, and legends of two eternal Balkan cities – Sarajevo and Mostar.

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
Day 1

Belgrade / Sarajevo

The departure of the bus from Belgrade is from the agreed place at 11.30 pm (3 days before the trip, check the exact time of departure). Drive to Novi Sad, from where the departure is planned at 00.30h (place of departure depends on the number of passengers and will be announced later). Night drive through Serbia towards Sarajevo with occasional breaks due to vacations.

Day 2

Sarajevo - Vrelo Bosna

Arrive in Sarajevo in the morning. Upon arrival, departure for a panoramic tour of the city on foot (without tickets to churches and castles): Baščaršija - the old Sarajevo čaršija from the 15th century, built by Isa Beg Isaković when the entire city was founded. Bridges on Miljacka, Alipašino polje, Grbavica, Marijin Dvor - one of the most significant examples of the Austro-Hungarian palace with a hidden courtyard, which was nominated for the European award for public urban space. Skenderija, National Theater - the magnificent building of Kulin Ban from the 19th century, whose one of the first directors was the famous Serbian writer Branislav Nusic, City Hall - the most beautiful and most representative building from the Austro-Hungarian period and a trademark of that time, Inat house - relocated for construction City Hall, today turned into a restaurant with an unusual story and name that many believe is proof of Bosnian stubbornness, Sebilj Square - a recognizable symbol of the city on Baščaršija Square (public fountain in the form of a kiosk) and the only preserved of the former hundred, whose style of construction is in Bosnia was brought by the Ottomans. Kazandžiluk Street, Baščaršija Mosque - built before the 16th century and declared a national monument, an old Orthodox church, a Jewish temple, and a synagogue. Leisure. Accommodation in a hotel in the afternoon. Rest break. Optional: going to Vrelo Bosne, a natural monument that spreads over 603 hectares at the foot of Mount Igman. A well-known tourist attraction and a favorite picnic spot for local visitors, it consists of several small islands connected by bridges over numerous small streams of the spring of Bosnia, a park with ducks and swans, and over 20 plant and animal species (but also indigenous species - trout), a large alley with chestnut and sycamore trees planted in the Austro-Hungarian period, numerous attractions such as carriages, restaurants, covered rest areas and playgrounds await you in a fenced natural monument of magical beauty. A paradise of nature awaits you in a park dotted with springs, lakes and streams. Return to the hotel. Free time for individual activities. Overnight.

Day 3

Sarajevo - Mostar - Belgrade

The breakfast. Loading luggage on the bus. Optional: departure to Mostar. and city tour (old bridge, crooked bridge, kujundžiluk-old bazaar, Turkish bath…) Free time. Return to Sarajevo. Departure from the agreed place for Belgrade. Arrival in Belgrade International Airport (End of services).

We would like to invite you to meet the gems of Balkan's - Sarajevo and Mostar! Let's walk through history, culture, music, and time.

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