To Bosnia and Herzegovina you can safely go directly from Montenegro. One of the legendary cities is Mostar, that is visited the most. Also as part of the tour travellers will see one of the most beautiful waterfalls called Kravice. All the charm of a trip is impossible to describe by words. In Bosnia you can meet with a special atmosphere, which permanently remains with the tourists for a long time.
1-4 people 240 Euro
groups on request
Included in price:
- comfortable car
- the toll roads and parking
- entrance fee to the National Park
Conducts a tour:
- licensed English-speaking guide
What to bring:
- comfortable walking shoes
- clothes below the knees for visiting the monastery
- duration is 16+ hours
- suitable for all ages
Tour to from Montenegro to Bosnia and Herzegovina are popular among the tourists for several reasons. This tour does not require a visa. The country is close to Montenegro, so you can find a tour that includes visits to attractions in two countries at once. What to see in Bosnia from Montenegro? There are many interesting places, some of the attractions have no analogues.
Tours to Bosnia and Herzegovina start in Montenegro. The group passes by coastal settlements, including – Herceg Novi. This is a well-known resort, which is also called the Botanical garden. There are many relict trees and unique vegetation. Even passing by, you can see a glimpse of the bastions and fortresses of the village. Tourists that are on the group tour do not stop here and follow further – towards Bosnia.
The first stop is Trebinje. Excursion to Trebinje will give a lot of interesting discoveries. This city is located on the river Trebisnica, its history dates back to ancient times. Here you can see the grape fields and plantations, which are solved by traditional methods. In Trebinje there are grapes and tobacco yards. Next stop will be the famous Waterfall Kravice, whose height reaches 25 meters. The Kravice Waterfall tour takes place after a tour of the historical sites.
The guide will take tourists to the main square, to the Old town, show religious buildings: monasteries, temples, mosques. It is necessary to wander along the embankment – it calms. Note: there are adjacent willows and palm trees. It looks very unusual.
Tvrdosh monastery is one of the cult sights of the country. It is located in Trebinje and is valid. The monastery was founded on the old Foundation of the IV century, the first Church here appeared in the time of Emperor Constantine.
Tourists can explore the building, visit the cellar and try the monastery wine. Monks continue the tradition of Serbian winemaking. The monastery has its own vineyards, you can also see them. The building has a lot of religious attractions, particularly noteworthy are the ancient frescoes.
The monastery has its own history, during the years of its existence it was repeatedly restored. In the middle ages Vasily Ostrozhsky, a famous Saint in Serbia, took part in the restoration of the church.
Buy a tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina is worth at least because there is such a beautiful waterfall. More precisely, there are several waterfalls in the national Park. Lagoon, where the water pours, has an emerald color. Travelers can swim here, but only in summer – spring swimming is prohibited. Waterfalls in the spring months are too rough and swimming is dangerous.
But look at how the water flows out, you can already in April. The best time to visit this place is from April to July. Around the water area there is formed infrastructure: cafes, tents with food, rent sun loungers. Tourists do not have to starve if they do not have time to eat in the morning.
A tour to Mostar from Montenegro is especially popular. Mostar is considered a city of three religions – Muslims have always lived side by side with Catholics and Orthodox. This affected the cultural background in the village. The city is crossed by the river Neretva, it is crossed by the most famous bridge in the city – the Old bridge. It was designed by an Ottoman architect in the XVI century. Because of the war in 1993, the bridge and many Ottoman buildings were destroyed.
Thanks to the efforts of the authorities of the country and UNESCO Mostar managed to restore some buildings. The bridge was revived using old and new stones. It looks the same as the original – there are no differences. There is no trace of war in Mostar today. Local tourists are only happy because travelers are developing the economy of the city.
The city has other attractions: the Museum of the Old bridge, beautiful old mosques, a house of the Ottoman era. While walking along revolution Boulevard you can see buildings damaged by shelling. All this makes an impression. The buildings decided to preserve as part of the historical heritage of the country.
Near Mostar is the village of Blagaj. This is where the tour to route leads. Tourists will be able to see the main attraction of these places – Vrelo Bune. It is a karst spring that flows into the river Buna. In the surrounding area there are coffee shops and just places where travelers can spend time and relax. Coffee houses make great coffee.
High ratings of tourists received not only because of the source, but also because of the surrounding buildings. Here is tekia of dervishes and village houses. They are built in a characteristic style. At the source the tour ends and the travelers return to the starting point of the trip.