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Bosnia and Croatia tour 2 Magnificent Balkans

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Mostar , Neum , Sarajevo Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovinia
Return Location
Zagreb, Croatia

Join Relax Tours and tourbalkans during this great adventure around the Balkan area and we asure you will have an unforgettable experience
with us. Experience unforgettable journeys across a fascinating region that has shaped the history of modern Europe. It is where Europe greets the Orient.

  • Day I
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
Day I


Arrival at the Sarajevo Airport. You will be welcomed and assisted at the
airport. According the flight schedule, proceed to the restaurant (have lunch).
Transfer to the hotel. Check in, dinner and overnight in Sarajevo.

Day 2


Breakfast at the hotel. Start Sarajevo city tour: Tunnel of Hope Museum. This
Tunnel was the only way to go in and out of Sarajevo during the 1992-95 war
siege of the city. We will continue to the Old Town to have a walking tour
around Bas-Carsija, including the Latin Bridge, where the Austro Hungarian
Archduke was assassinated which initiated the First World War, then Brusa
Bezistan - the roofed market place, Ghazi Husrev-Bey Mosque built in 1530
during the Ottoman Empire, Ghazi Husrev-Bey Madrassa, Morica Han (Inn) built
in 1551, and Vijecnica- the Town Hall (outside view) built in the Austro-
Hungarian Period. We will have a lunch in the local restaurant. Check in the
hotel. Free time. Dinner and overnight stay in Sarajevo.

Day 3

3 – Sarajevo – Mostar ( 140 km/ 2,5 hours)

After breakfast and the check out from the hotel, we will go to Mostar via
Konjic. Upon arrival in Mostar we will begin with the city tour and visit
Karacfloz-Bey Mosque and Muslibegovic House and walk around the Old Town
and Old Bridge being recognized as the UNESCO world cultural heritage site.
After the lunch in the local restaurant we will continue to the hotel. Check in
the hotel. Dinner. Overnight stay in Mostar.

Day 4

Mostar – Dubrovnik – Neum (180 km/ 4 hours)

After breakfast, check out and depart to Dubrovnik. Upon arrival, we will have a
city tour of this UNESCO-protected pearl of the Adriatic Coast which includes
the Cathedral, Rector's Palace, Franciscan Monastery (including the Old
Pharmacy), Clock Tower, Orlando's Columns and Sponze Palace. Lunch in the
Old City. Free time. Transfer to Neum. Dinner in the hotel. Overnight stay in

Day 5

Neum – Split (200 km/ 3 hours)

After breakfast and check out from the hotel we will go to Split where we
will have a walking tour around the historical city centre and see the remnants
of the Diocletian's Palace, which is recognized as the UNESCO world cultural
heritage site. We will have a lunch in the local restaurant and you can enjoy
your afternoon exploring the city on your own before we have a dinner in the
hotel. Overnight stay in Split.

Day 6

Split – Plitvice – Zagreb (400 km/ 5 hours)

After breakfast and check out from the hotel we will have a day tour to the
famous Plitvice National Park, another UNESCO world cultural heritage site in
the Balkans. At Plitvice Lakes you will discover the breath-taking scenery of this
natural wonder that includes 16 terraced lakes surrounded by thick forest and
lush vegetation. We will have a guided walking tour around the lower lakes
and afterwards a lunch in the local restaurant. In the afternoon we will leave
for Zagreb, where we will have a dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 7

Zagreb Departure

Breakfast at hotel. Check-out the hotel, free time for shopping. Proceed to the
Zagreb Airport for final departure.

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More about Sarajevo

Sarajevo was founded in the early 15th century, at the junction of Roman roads in an area inhabited since the Neolithic Age. It was a time of expansion of the Ottoman Empire over the Kingdom of Bosnia, a time of great social and cultural changes. Ishak Bey Ishaković is regarded as a founder of Sarajevo – he was the first to build a mosque, a court, a bridge, and several public institutions - but the fact is that the city was established by native inhabitants of this region, Bosniaks, many of whom had by then already converted to Islam, a religion that came to this part (Balkan) of the world with the Ottomans. A rapid development of crafts and trade made Sarajevo a rich town, a crossroad of religions and cultures, trade routes, and all sorts of travellers. In the 16th century it was one of the most affluent cities in this part of the Balkans, and it was during this period that some of the monumental buildings were built which to this day represent masterpieces of the architecture and civilisation of that age. A higher education institution was also established under the legacy of Gazi Husrev Bey in 1537, which in almost all its aspects mirrored the universities of other large cities in Europe. Sarajevo has been a cosmopolitan city ever since it was founded. It was a place of refuge and settlement of Jews expelled from Spain in the 15th century, who built their synagogues, Orthodox churches, and then Catholic cathedrals were also built.
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