Tour to

to Bosnia and Herzegovina — Sarajevo

TOUR WITH A VISIT TO SARAJEVO, INVOLVES A TRIP THROUGH THE BEAUTIFUL BAY OF KOTOR, TREBINJE, WALKING TOUR TO MOSTAR ATTRACTIONS. IN SARAJEVO, THE CAPITAL OF THE COUNTRY THERE ARE MANY OLD BRIDGES FAMOUS WITH THEIR HISTORY . HERE ARE THE EAST AND WEST THAT ARE CONNECTED IN ONE WITH THE MIX OF CONTRASTS AND DISTINCTIONS. THE ROAD BACK PASSES THROUGH THE PIVA LAKE THAT IS AN ARTIFICIAL LAKE IN MONTENEGRO.

Private
1-4 people 400 Euro
Large
groups on request
Tickets are included in the price!
В стоимость экскурсии включено

Included in price:

  • comfortable car
    toll roads and parking
Лицензированный гид

Conducts a tour:

  • licensed English-speaking guide
Что взять с собой на экскурсию

What to take with you:

  • comfortable walking shoes
  • clothes below the knees for visiting the monastery
  • passport
Дополнительная информация

Additionally:

  • duration 2 days
  • suitable for all ages
Montenegro and Bosnia are two countries where tourists from many countries can come without a visa. Excursions from Montenegro to Bosnia and Herzegovina make your vacation more intense. After seeing all the beauty of Montenegro, travelers can go for new attractions. And experienced guides will help you not get lost on the way.
The excursion to Sarajevo lasts two days. During this time, tourists have time to see some of the sights of Montenegro and see the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The tour usually starts from Montenegrin Budva.
ON THE FIRST DAY. FROM BUDVA TO SARAJEVO
Панорамный вид на Сараево
PANORAMA OF BUDVA

The first stop for tourists is in a place where you can see the magnificent panorama of Budva. This is not just a popular tourist center — there are many natural corners.

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CETINJE (PASSING BY)

Tourists will pass by the old Montenegrin capital, which has retained its status as a cultural and historical center. Cetinje is also considered the Royal capital.

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Город Цетинье Черногория
PODGORICA (PASSING BY)

Then the path goes past Podgorica. Here tourists will see the Millennium bridge and panoramas of old and new Podgorica. The capital has changed significantly in recent years.

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Подгорица
PANORAMA OF PIVA LAKE

On the way to Bosnia and Herzegovina, travelers will see a beautiful panorama of lake Piva. This is a man-made reservoir that attracts a huge number of tourists.

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Пивское озеро в Черногории
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FOCA (PASSING BY)

The road leads past the town of Foca, which is remembered for its relief. This is a picturesque and quiet place where life flows smoothly. The territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina begins with Foca.

BAŠČARŠIJA - THE HEART OF SARAJEVO

Tourists arrive in Sarajevo. Here they will find a walk through the old town of Bascarsija — this is what the local historical center is called. The old quarters were formed during the period of Ottoman rule and today are vaguely reminiscent of Istanbul. One of the charms of Sarajevo is that it can be adjacent to the same old religious buildings: mosques, Catholic and Orthodox churches.

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Башчаршия - сердце Сараево
Сараево Босния и Герцеговина
YELLOW BASTION — A FORTRESS ON THE TOP OF SARAJEVO
In the XVII century, it was decided to put a fortress wall around Sarajevo, to protect it from the invasion of enemies. And on its perimeter to establish several bastions-control points for viewing borders. One of these defensive structures was the Collar Bastion, which later became popularly known as Yellow, due to the bright yellow color of its walls.
Today, citizens and guests of the capital come to the Bastion not only to hear the fascinating history of its Foundation and appreciate the unique architectural plan, but also to enjoy the panorama of Sarajevo. After all, from the roof of the Yellow Bastion, thanks to its location on the top of the hill, you can enjoy a spectacular view of all corners of the city. Its historical center, the district of Bascarsija, is particularly visible.
Желтый бастион — крепость на вершине Сараево
SARAJEVO
The purpose of the tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina is Sarajevo. It is both an Eastern and Western city. In Sarajevo, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps, a special atmosphere is created. While walking through the narrow streets, you can see old houses. The population of the capital adheres to one of three religions: Orthodoxy, Catholicism, and Islam. There are many attractions: Vrelo Bosne Park, Gazi-Khosrevbeya mosque of the XVI century, the Cathedral of the Heart of Jesus. It’s a Catholic and built by the same architect who was involved in the Notre Dame.
The Avazov toranj skyscraper provides a viewing platform. If tourists go up, they will see the surrounding area. There are also sights that remind us of the Balkan conflict. These include the Military tunnel. It was built by the defenders of Sarajevo in 1993.
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Latin Bridge in Sarajevo - Bosnia and Herzegovina
LATIN BRIDGE-A LIVING MEMORY OF HISTORY
The Latin bridge in Sarajevo looks like a traditional European bridge built in the middle ages. Three-arch, stone and colorful. However, this is one of the most significant historical elements for all countries that were affected by the First World war in one way or another. It was there that Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary was assassinated on June 28, 1914. That event is also called the Sarajevo murder, which served as the impetus for the beginning of the First World war.
Every stone of the Latin bridge still remembers the past tragedy, and tourists and residents of the city can often be found on it in deep thoughts of the futility of life.
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View of the historic centre of Sarajevo - Bosnia and Herzegovina
SARAJEVO — THE SPIRITUAL LIFE WITHIN THE THREE FAITHS
Everyone who has visited the historical center of Sarajevo, was able to notice one detail-Orthodox churches are adjacent to Catholic churches and mosques in the surrounding streets. This is because the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a multi-religious city. Sarajevo is home to the residences of an Orthodox Metropolitan, a Catholic cardinal, and a Muslim spiritual adviser.
The city contains many churches, temples and mosques. The leading number of mosques in Sarajevo is more than a hundred. This is how the influence of the culture of the Ottoman Empire affected. Believers and history lovers should definitely visit the mosque of Gazi-Khosrevbey of the XVI century, which is striking in its architectural scale. An important Christian Shrine in the city is the Cathedral of the Heart of Jesus. It is notable for its architectural style, which is distinctly reminiscent of the Notre-Dame Cathedral. And this is not surprising, because these structures had the same architect.
The city contains many churches, temples and mosques. The leading number of mosques in Sarajevo is more than a hundred. This is how the influence of the culture of the Ottoman Empire affected. Believers and history lovers should definitely visit the mosque of Gazi-Khosrevbey of the XVI century, which is striking in its architectural scale. An important Christian Shrine in the city is the Cathedral of the Heart of Jesus. It is notable for its architectural style, which is distinctly reminiscent of the Notre-Dame Cathedral. And this is not surprising, because these structures had the same architect.
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Сараево — духовная жизнь в пределах трех конфессий
WALK AROUND THE CITY AND OVERNIGHT
The first day of the tour from Budva to Bosnia and Herzegovina ends with a walk through the night Sarajevo. This is an amazing European capital, where you can feel the synthesis of East and West. After a walk, tired tourists stop for the night at a local hotel.
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Ночная панорама города Сараево, Босния и Герцеговина
SUCH A DIFFERENT SHOPPING EXPERIENCE IN SARAJEVO
Shopping in Sarajevo is an unusual combination of ultra-modern shopping centers and authentic craft markets. For branded items, licensed equipment you should go to high-rise shopping centers. But only in the city’s bazaars you can see the national elements of utensils and life, enjoy the local atmosphere and fully satisfy the desire to buy something for your home.
The largest and main Eastern market is located in the historical center of the Old city. There you can buy Oriental sweets, carpets, copper dishes and original national clothes. However, first of all, you should choose for yourself and as a gift a set for making local coffee. This is a fragrant drink-a commercial highlight of the capital.
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Рынок в Сараево Босния и Герцеговина
NERETVA CANYON — INVINCIBLE WILL OF THE RIVER

Once, someone made a bold statement that the Neretva is as important to Bosnia and Herzegovina as the Nile is to Egypt. The river starts from the Zelengora mountain ranges and flows along a route of 225 kilometers, 203 of which belong to Bosnia and Herzegovina, and 22 to Croatia. This is a mountain river of bright turquoise hue, flowing at an altitude of 1095 meters above sea level. Its main feature is that it is the only one in the country that has not succumbed to the influence of karst soils. Only in small sections does the rapid flow of the Neretva slow down to feed the treacherous karst.

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Каньон Неретва — несокрушимая воля реки
DAY TWO OF THE TOUR IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: MOSTAR, KRAVICE WATERFALL, TREBINJE
Picturesque view of ancient city on river bank. Bosnia and Herz
MOSTAR: OLD TOWN

Mostar and the waterfalls are visited by 99% of tourists during the tour to Bosnia and Herzegovina. These are mandatory places to visit. Mostar is a city with a famous bridge that was destroyed during the war and restored. There are many other attractions here.

Excursion to Mostar from Montenegro is popular, it is one of the most popular tours. Mostar is an old city where Catholics, Muslims, and Orthodox live. No one is at enmity-representatives of the three religions get along very well. Before the war, which took place at the end of the XX century, there were many Ottoman buildings. After the war, many things were destroyed. It was barely possible to restore the old bridge over the Neretva. Tourists can see buildings typical of past centuries — something still remains.

Once on Revolution Boulevard, tourists will see several buildings damaged by shelling, they are literally riddled. The objects were left specially as a monument from the civil war.

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Mostar
Mostar
KRAVICE WATERFALL

Kravice is a unique place, a complex of waterfalls in a picturesque natural environment. Even locals come here to relax. The power of the water flow depends on the time of year. The strongest flow is in the spring and after heavy rains.

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Kravica waterfalls on the Trebizat River in Bosnia and Herzegovina
TREBINJE AND TVRDOSH

A trip to Sarajevo is also an opportunity to see other interesting places in the country. Trebinje is a mix of cultures and architectural styles. The city is located on the border of the three Balkan States. Here is the legendary monastery Tvrdos, it refers to the Serbian Orthodox Church.

This is a green city that already belongs to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here you will find the vineyards and fields. The history of the city begins in the ancient era. Tourists can stroll along the river bank, to get into the old city and see historical buildings: mosques, temples, fortifications, monasteries.

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15th-century Serbian Orthodox monastery Tvrdos, Trebinje, Bosnia
Vineyards and landscape of the city of Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Vineyards at sunset
HERCEG NOVI (PASSING BY)

Tourists returned to Montenegro, along the way, they can see Herceg Novi is a vibrant city-fortress. It is metaphorically called “the city of a thousand steps”.

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TIVAT (PASSING BY)

Tivat is a city in the Bay Of Kotor, known for its luxurious port and distinctive architecture. Tourists can see its panorama with houses and other buildings. The tour from Montenegro to Sarajevo ends with a pleasant aftertaste and many memories.

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