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Bihac , Jablanica , Jajce , Konjic , Mostar , Pocitelj , Sarajevo , Travnik Discover Destinations
Departure Location
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Return Location
Zagreb, Croatia
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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 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
Day 1

Sarajevo arrival – Mostar ( 140 km/ 3 hrs)

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
Mostar. Upon arrival, hotel check in, dinner and overnight stay in Mostar

Day 2

Mostar City Tour – Blagaj - Pocitelj

Breakfast at the hotel. Mostar is on UNESCO HERITAGE LIST and it is one of
highlights of this tour. Start morning city tour of Mostar: Old town, “ Stari Most” old
bridge, crooked bridge, Turkish hamams, Neretva river, Galerie of Old
bridge,Mehmet Koski mosgue, Karadjoz bey’s mosgue. After tour transfer to Pocitelj,
the old village from XV century. Upon arrival visit Pocitelj castle, Hajji Alija mosgue,
Sisman Ibrahim pasha mosgue. The tour continues to Blagaj village which is National
monument of Bosnia and it is dating since XV century. This place is idyllic because of
natural surrounding and history. Blagaj lies of Buna river. Upon arrival visit of
Derwish house. Return back to Mostar, dinner and overnight stay in Mostar.

Day 3

Mostar – Jablanica – Konjic – Sarajevo ( 140 km/ 3 hrs)

Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Morning depart to Sarajevo. On the way to
Sarajevo we drive thru canyon of the river Neretva which is one of the deepest in
Europe and all visitors will enjoy in amazing landscape. First stop we make in
Jablanica town which is well know because of good restaurants serving roasted lamb.
After Jablanica drive to Konjic where we visit Stara Cuprija bridge from XVII century
and Tito’s bunker. Tito was the president of Yugoslavia and he built bunker,
underground city which is still very well preserved. Next stop is “ Vrelo Bosne “ in
Sarajevo. This is park of nature. Transfer to hotel in Sarajevo, check in, dinner and
overnight stay in Sarajevo.

Day 4

Sarajevo – Travnik – Jajce – Bihac (300km/ 6 hours)

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 5

Vlasic - Travnik - Ahmici - Sarajevo (130 km)

After breakfast, check out. Morning depart to Bihac, a western Bosnia. On the way to
Bihac we will make stop in Travnik, a first capital of Bosnia where we will visit Plava
voda neighborhood and Travnik fortres from XV century. Second stop is in Jajce a bosnian royal town and called „open air museum“ because of many national and historical monuments. In Jajce we will visit waterfall and Pliva river and wooden mills
on Pliva lake. Upon arrival in Bihac, check in and overnight stay.

Day 6

Bihac – Plitvice lakes - Zagreb (180km/4 hours)

After breakfast, check out and depart to Plitvice lakes national park in Croatia. This
place is on UNESCO HERITAGE list and it is the biggest national park in Croatia. Upon
arrival proceed to guided tour thru park with licenced ranger. The tour takes about 2
hours walking. Visitors we see a beautiful nature, waterfall, lakes, creeks, etc. After
tour in Plitvice, transfer to Zagreb, hotel check in, dinner and overnight stay in

Day 7

Zagreb City Tour + Departure

After breakfast and check out from the hotel transfer to Zagreb city center for a
guided walking tour: Captol and Gradec old towns, Zagreb cathedral, Dolac market,
Bloody bridge, Stone gate, St. Mark square, Pantovcak tower, Ban Jelacic square.
Proceed to Islamic center in Zagreb for lunch and prayer. Before departure to airport,
time for shopping in Designer outlet Croatia. Transfer to Zagreb airport. End of

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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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