SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – DUBROVNIK Tour
3 nights in Sarajevo, 2 nights in Dubrovnik

ITINERARY – 6 day’s
SARAJEVO – JABLANICA – MOSTAR – DUBROVNIK – TREBINJE – TJENTIŠTE – SARAJEVO

Arr. Dep. Itinerary Es. Time Remark
DAY 1: SARAJEVO – arrival
Depending on time of arrival, hotel accomodation,
panoramic City View, and guided tour. Dinner. Overnight.
09:00 DAY 2: SARAJEVO – locco
Breakfast. After breakfast, City Tour with  profesional guide.
Break for lunch by wish. In the afternoon visit to War tunel,
and River Bosna Spring. Dinner at hotel. Overnight.
Day Recommended sportswear
and casual wear and shoes
08:00 DAY 3: SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – DUBROVNIK
12:00 Breakfast. After breakfast, continuation of tour of Sarajevo and
departure to Mostar. Departure to Mostar (48 km / 1 h).
Arrival to Mostar and City Tour with profesional guide. Tour will continue to Dubrovnik.
Arrival and overnight in hotel.
Cca 1 to 1,5 h
per destination
Recommended sportswear
and casual wear and shoes
10:00 DAY 4: DUBROVNIK – locco
16:00 Breakfast. After breakfast City tour with guide. Dinner. Overnight Day Recommended sportswear
and casual wear and shoes
09:00 DAY 5: DUBROVNIK – SARAJEVO
17:00 Breakfast. After breakfast, departure to Trebinje (30 km / 30 min).
Upon arrival, City tour with guide cca. 1 hrs.
Continuation to Tjentište ( 110 km / 2 hrs).
Tour with guide, and free time cca. 2 hrs. Departure to Sarajevo ( 90 km / 2 hrs).
Arrival to  Sarajevo and accomodation in hotel. Dinner. Overnight.
Cca 1 to 1,5 h
per destination
Sportswear
DAY 6: SARAJEVO – DEPARTURE
17:00 Breakfast. After breakfast preparations for departure. Departure.

 

MOSTAR

Tour through old part of town, Old bridge, simbol of Mostar, from 16th century, and rebuilt in accordance with the original plans and projects and also under protection of UNESCO. Home of Aleksa Šantić, one of the most important poets from BiH, and from recently home of the music academy of Luciano Pavarotti.

DUBROVNIK

Dubrovnik was founded in the first half of the 7th century by a group of refugees from Epidaurum (today’s Cavtat). They established their settlement at the island and named it Laus. Opposite of that location, at the foot of Srđ Mountain, Slavs developed their own settlement under the name of Dubrovnik (named by “Dub” – type of wood). The settlements were separated by a channel which was filled in 12th century, present Placa or Stradun, and since than the two settlements have been united. At that time the city walls started to be built as a protection from different enemies (Arabs, Venetian, Macedonians, Serbs, etc.), who wanted to conquer Dubrovnik.

TREBINJE

The most southern city in BiH. City of origin of Gazi Husrefbey, founder of  Sarajevo, great Ottoman General and also the Ottoman governor in BiH. Arslanagića Bridge which was moved, stone by stone, a few kilometers from its original location to be saved from possible flooding from accumulation lake.

TJENTIŠTE

Center of the Memorial Park  Sutjeska, with a huge stone monument made in memory of a huge battle in Sutjeska in the World War II. Entrance to National Park Perućica  (primeval forest ). Coffee break.

SARAJEVO

Capital of BiH ( 420.000 citizens ), compound of different cultures and religions, European Jerusalem, city where in a radius of 100 meters You can find most significant facilities of 4 biggest religions ( Old Ortodox Church 15th century, Gazi Husrefbey Mosque 16th century, Jewish Synagogue 16th century, Rimocatholic Cathedral 19th century ). Latinum Bridge (1798), where Austrian heir to the throne Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sofia were assasinated, marking the start of the World War I. First water power plant in the Austria – Hungary Monarchy not far away from the City Hall (Vijećnica)… . War Tunel under the Sarajevo Airport, dug with hand tools in 1993 at the time of aggresion against BiH…

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