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Tour Details

Bosnia & Herzegovina culture package is the best way to explore and understand Bosnia and Herzegovina in depth and experience the ultimate combination cultural diversity, complex history and incredible nature sites. In order to keep the maximum attention to quality of the tour please note that number of people is limited to 4 travelers.

  • Baščarsija - The Old Town
  • Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures spot
  • Eternal flame monument
  • Cable Car drive to Trebević
  • Vidikovac View point at Trebević
  • Neretva canyon
  • Mostar Old Bridge – Stari Most
  • Mostar Old Town
  • Source of river Buna
  • Dervish house –Blagaj tekke
  • Travnik Castle
  • Pliva waterfalls
  • Pliva lakes and watermills

What's Included


  • Guide
    English speaking local guide and driver
  • All Transfers
    Sarajevo airport transfer on arrival/departure any time it fits you and all transfers during the tour. If you plan to arrive from Dubrovnik, Split, Tuzla or Belgrade, let us know and we can arrange private transfer to Sarajevo
  • All Entrance Fees & Taxes 
    No hidden costs. VAT 17% included in the price
  • Availability
    Tour is available throughout the year
    Online Payments
    Pay safely online with a credit card. We accept payments for all types of credit cards


  • Insurance
    Travel insurance is not included. Please buy it at home country
  • Accommodation
    Choose your own accommodation according to your own preferences, or contact us and we will be happy to suggest accommodation for you
  • Guide Tipping
    Tips are not included in the tour costs. If you receive excellent service, please consider tipping

Getting There


  • Most convenient arrival point is Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ)
  • If you plan to arrive either from Dubrovnik / Split / Zagreb or Belgrade, please contact us for affordable private transfer
  • Your arrival on Day 1 can be anytime
  • Your departure on Day 5 can be anytime


What’s Food Alike?

Bosnian food is unique mix of eastern and western cuisine which blended with local customs is creating probably the most diverse cuisine in the Balkans. Bosnian food included a lot of meat, but don’t worry we have you covered in case you prefer vegetarian options. Tasting local specialties Ćevapi or Burek is must have. Roasted lamb and homemade pita (eng.pie) are out of this world delicacies.



  • A warm welcome at Sarajevo International Airport. The guide will give you the main information about Bosnian currency, exchange office, post office etc. When you get ready to go, our guide will transfer you to the hotel introducing you with the rest of the city. After check-in it is time to get relax and prepare for the first day of your Bosnia holiday.
  • Overnight stay in Sarajevo


  • You will surely have a great first overnight in Sarajevo. After a nice Bosnian breakfast, our guide will meet you in the lobby. It is time to start exploring the city.
  • Sightseeing starts from the Sebilj. A famous wooden fountain located in the heart of Bascarija – Old town. Strolling down through the streets from XVI century, don’t be surprised if it reminds you to Istanbul. You will find yourself in the middle of Ottoman architecture with small coffeehouses craftsman’s shops and the smell of food and coffee. The old Stay in, Coppersmith street, Gazy Husrev- bey’s Mosque, Library, Clock tower, Old bazar Bezistan are just some of the highlights of this Ottoman area.
  • Suddenly at some point you will realize scenery around you is completely different. You are standing at the point where East meet West. There is no other European city that has exact line of meetings of two cultures: Western and Orient. Make a step from Istanbul to Vienna.
  • Let’s find out why Sarajevo is often called “Jerusalem of Europe”. At very small area there is at least half a dozen places of worship of four religious: Islam, Judaism, Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox Church. The sound of church bell mix with a call for prayer by muezzin.
  • One of the most famous spots is the place of Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in 1914. This led to the First World War and shaped the history of Europe forever. You can stand at this very place.
  • 1425 days – 3 years, 10 months and 24 days. That’s how long Sarajevo was under the siege in early ’90. It is pretty incredible that both first and last most important events of the 20th century happened in this very city.
  • The walking tour finish by the Eternal flame – a monument from the times of Yugoslavia.
  • After Exploring the city, it is time for Trebevic. Trebević is the natural backdrop of Sarajevo and one of Sarajevo’s most popular outing spots. We will reach Trebević by cable car while admiring the beautiful scenery and the view of the capital.
  • For luge and bobsled competitions during the 14th Winter Olympic games in 1984, bobsleigh track was built, at the time one of the most modern ones in Europe. Today, bobsleigh track is not in use anymore. It is a nice reminder of one of the brightest times in Bosnian history.
  • The guide will take you first to a viewpoint Vidikovac. It is a great spot to enjoy the best panoramic view of Sarajevo. Next stop is the bobsleigh track where you can have a walk through it. It is very attractive for street artist. Colorful graffiti are painted everywhere over bobsleigh track.
  • Overnight stay in Sarajevo


  • After the rich breakfast at the hotel, the guide will meet you and take you to the sunny and warm part of our country, Herzegovina.
  • Mostar is the center of Herzegovina region. After introduction to the history of this region, you are going directly to the worldwide known Old Bridge – Stari Most.
  • Stari Most is a 16th century, Ottoman style bridge and Mostar’s most notable architectural landmark. Stretching 28 meters across Neretva river, it connects the two sides of the city. It proudly stood there for 427 years, until it was destroyed in 1993 during the Bosnian war. Thanks to postwar restoration efforts,a new bridge was built in 2004.
  • Unless you visit Mostar during winter, you will definitely get a chance to watch brave yet talented local men dive off the bridge, plunging 20 meters into the cold river below. The practice of diving off the bridge started back 1664 and become the tradition for the young man of Mostar. In 1968, the city even held a formal diving competition, which still continues today.
  • The walk continues to Koski Pasha Mehmed mosque, built in 1618. It is a simple but pretty mosque. For a small fee you can enter the mosque and even climb the very narrow staircase in the minaret for the most spectacular view of Mostar and the Old Bridge.
  • Lunch time? It is your choice! Lunch beside the Old Bridge or in Blagaj – our next stop? Any choice is just perfect.
  • Blagaj, heaven of peace and harmony is just 15 min drive form Mostar. It is an ancient capital of Herzegovina. The Buna spring is simply breathtaking. It is also one of the largest sources of drink water in Europe.
  • Next to the water source, is a 16th century Dervish house – Tekke. It is still one of the most mystical places in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The place is still used for dervish gathering but it is also a museum. While being there one can definitely feel the spiritual power of this place.
  • Blagaj is a perfect place to end the third day of your Bosnia holiday. It is time to make yourself comfortable and drive back to Sarajevo.
  • You will be returned to Sarajevo and transferred to your hotel.
  • Overnight stay in Sarajevo


  • After breakfast, the guide will meet you at your hotel to take you to another day trip. This time, you are heading towards central Bosnia. On the way to final destination Jajce, you will make a short break in Travnik.
  • Travnik is the Ottoman Viziers capital of Bosnia for 150 years. Travnik’s Old Town has an Ottoman center with mosques, centuries-old buildings and Bosnia’s only sundial. Located over the town, Travnik castle offers you a very nice panoramic view of old Ottoman rooftops. The castle dates back to pre – Ottoman Bosnia when the former Bosnian kingdom ruled the region.
  • Just one hour from Travnik, you will arrive to the museum under the open sky – Jajce. Throughout Bosnia’s long history, Jajce has been the home of medieval kings, Ottoman governors, and a range of different ethnic groups, as well as being one of President Tito’s earliest Communist strongholds.
  • Pliva falls will welcome you at the entrance of the town. The falls are more than 20 m high, and are at the point where two rivers meet and converge. For a small fee you can get to a viewing platform where you are close enough to feel the spray of the water.
  • And for the last stop we left Pliva lakes, an area of stunning natural beauty. A visit to the lakes is a great family activity, or is ideal simply for those looking for a relaxing day by the water.
  • After a day in central Bosnia, you will be transferred back to Sarajevo. Return to your hotel.
  • Overnight stay in Sarajevo


  • Breakfast at the hotel. Recommended check out is at 11.00am. If our flight is late afternoon, we will take care of your luggage so you can do a final souvenir shopping or simply have a cup of Bosnian coffee or ćevapi.
  • That is the way to say goodbye to Sarajevo. Until next time, take home wonderful memories of Stari MostTravel and Bosnia & Herzegovina.

What to Bring

What Do I Need to Bring?

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Waterproof jacket in case of rains
  • Warm jacket (during the winter period)
  • Light-weight, breathable walking shirts and trousers
  • Warm hat and light gloves (during the winter period)
  • Sun protection
  • Water bottle

Optional Extras

In case you find better flight connection with some other Balkan cities please contact our team and we will be happy to offer a tour/transfer to Sarajevo.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is this tour for me?
    This tour requires normal level of fitness and is doable for anyone of normal level of fitness.
  2. Is Bosnia safe off the beaten path travels?
    The best destinations in Bosnia are totally off the beaten path and surely it is safe to explore them.
  3. Can I book as solo traveler?
    This tour is built as private for 2-4 person.
  4. What is the weather like?
    Bosnia and Herzegovina is country of extremely differentiated weather seasons, meaning in the winter we have deep minus temperature and during the summer high plus, so make sure to know what to expect before arrival.
  5. How much should I tip?
    Tips are not included in the tour costs, nor they are heavily expected in Bosnian culture. However when you receive excellent service, we recommend tipping.
  6. I found a better connecting flight. Can I be picked up in some other Balkan country?
    Please feel free to contact our team with your requires and we will be happy to make the necessary arrangements.
  7. What is the currency I should use while in Bosnia?
    While some places do accept EUR make sure to have small amount of local currency (BAM)
  8. Can I book this tour in other than English language?
    Tours are possible to book in other than English language, but make sure to contact us and check is it available when you plan to come.
  9. How much in advance I need to book this tour?
    It is recommended to book at least 15 days in advance but our team will go above and beyond to confirm the trips even 24h before the supposed departure.

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