Price is per person in standard room and includes:
* 4 nights’ accommodation in mentioned cities
* City Tax and insurance
* Daily breakfasts
* Private Transport as per tours
* Round Trip private Airport transfers
* Driver/Guide English speaking for Tours
Child Policies (including the whole package):
Child 0-5.99 years: FOC
Child 6-10.99 years: 50%
Child up 11 years: adult price
For families with more than 1 child, we have to check the conditions of the rooms available
Breakfast at the hotel and start with the city tour of Sarajevo city called “Jerusalem of Europe”. Visit Gazi Husrev Beg’s main historic mosque built in 1530 year, madrassa, lunar clock tower, the largest cathedral the Sacred Heart Cathedral, largest Serbian Church, The Jewish Museum housed in the oldest synagogue, built in 1581, Markale market place, Eternal flame memorial (World War 2), Latin Bridge where assassination of Austro-Hungarian Archduke Ferdinand was a trigger of started World War 1, Ancient Bazar “Bezistan”, Sebilj the main symbol of Sarajevo City, the largest National Library Sarajevo City Hall called “Vijecnica”.
Time for lunch/ dinner in one of the traditional restaurants. Taste famous ‘’ćevapi’’ – meat balls - kebabs or try traditional Bosnian pie. Free time for shopping in Old Town. Back to hotel.
Day 3: Sarajevo – Mostar – Sarajevo
cities following the road by the river Neretva and Jablanica Lake. Stop by the lake and have a short coffee break. Possibility to organize lake boat tour (optional).
Head to Blagay small town where is found the famous natural spring of the Buna River. It is the largest karst spring in Europe, with an average annual ﬂow rate of 43 m³ per second. The spring is to be found under a 200 meters high rock and nearby stands the fascinating Tekke - Dervish house that, together with its surrounding landscape, creates a unique and unrepeatable scenery. Have lunch by the Buna River.
Continue to Mostar city known for the iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge), a reconstructed medieval arched bridge, the nearby alleys full of shops and market stalls, and the Old Bridge Museum which explores the bridge’s long history, also check out Koski Mehmed-Pasha Mosque and its narrow staircase which leads up to the Mosque’s minaret for panoramic city views. Free time for exploring Mostar.
Transfer back to Sarajevo then an overnight stay in Sarajevo
Day 4: Sarajevo - Travnik and Jajce - Sarajevo
Breakfast at the hotel
Discover the wonderful city of Travnik only 90km way from the capital Sarajevo, its beautiful surrounding nature and hills made it the capital of the Ottoman governors 1699-1850. It is also the birthplace of the Nobel prize winner Ivo Andric. Visit its ancient fortress that overlooks the entire city, feel Travnik’s beauty from the fortress and take the best photos. After the city of Travnik, head to Jajce city. Visit town of Jajce which is the one of the most beautiful and picturesque towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Jajce is a crossroad where the remains of four of Europe’s greatest empires, the Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian, but also three kingdoms, Bosnian, Hungarian and Yugoslavian. The main attraction of Jajce is its waterfall located in the heart of the town making Jajce one of the most unique towns in the world, it is also one the most beautiful sites in the Balkans. Visit Pliva Lake and old Water Mills. Transfer back to Sarajevo.
Overnight in Sarajevo
Day 5: Sarajevo
Breakfast at the hotel, check out and transfer to the Airport.
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