Safe Travels - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Individual arrival in Sarajevo. Upon arrival at the selected hotel, you will be presented with the program for the next few days. This is followed by an afternoon tour of Sarajevo’s Old Town.

In the footsteps of the medieval kingdom of Bosnia In general, what do you know about medieval Bosnia, where it originated, and how it spread through historical frameworks that were its main spells and kings. What was the geostrategic position of the Kingdom of Bosnia and Herzegovina, its Church of Bosnia and its Bogumils, how was its emergence, the peak of power and finally its disappearance under the Ottoman Empire?

We will visit the Bosnian city of Dubrovnik, yes, you read it well, how its origins arose and it developed in the heart of medieval Bosnia. The visit takes us further to the town of Visoki, wherein in these areas, one of the oldest documents of our Bosnian ban – principalities to another state was issued – a legal agreement.

The road further takes us to another royal town, Bobovac, which was one of the better-built defensive towns with its walls protecting the town itself. Together, we visit the other part of the country – Herzegovina! Immerse yourself in the magic of the country and meet the places that are like pearls.

The Blagaj Tekija was built around 1520, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style, and is considered a national monument. Vrelo Bune is the source of the Buna river. It is the strongest (karst) spring in the country and one of the largest in all of Europe…

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Individual arrival in Sarajevo. Upon arrival at the selected hotel, you will be presented with the program for the next few days. This is followed by an afternoon tour of Sarajevo's Old Town.

Day 1
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In the footsteps of the medieval kingdom of Bosnia In general, what do you know about medieval Bosnia, where it originated, and how it spread through historical frameworks that were its main spells and kings.

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What was the geostrategic position of the Kingdom of Bosnia and Herzegovina, its Church of Bosnia and its Bogumils, how was its emergence, the peak of power and finally its disappearance under the Ottoman Empire?

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We will visit the Bosnian city of Dubrovnik, yes, you read it well, how its origins arose and it developed in the heart of medieval Bosnia.
The visit takes us further to the town of Visoki, wherein in these areas, one of the oldest documents of our Bosnian ban - principalities to another state was issued - a legal agreement.

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The road further takes us to another royal town, Bobovac, which was one of the better-built defensive towns with its walls protecting the town itself.

Day 2
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We use a whole day to visit the sun pyramid! For millennia, local people had regarded the hills surrounding their town of Visoko as natural phenomena, although they called Visočica Mountain "Pyramid Hill".

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When the researcher Osmanagic recognized pyramid structures in the exact triangular areas, oriented towards the four cardinal points, it quickly became clear that forces other than nature had built something here. In the morning, you take a guided tour to the excavation sites and visit the pyramid tunnels.

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In the afternoon, you will visit the moon pyramid - a good opportunity for commuters and dowsers to consciously perceive the enormous energy. You will then visit a tumulus, the world's largest burial mound to date, which is also being researched.

Day 3
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Today, you drive to Zavidovići and visit the magic stone balls. You can find the stone ball phenomenon in several countries: Costa Rica, Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Turkey, Tunisia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina!

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On the way back, we will visit an obelisk of Kralja Tvrtka I Kotromanić - the obelisk of King Tvrtko I Kotromanić, which dates from the XIV century and is over 4 meters high.

Day 4
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Together, we visit the other part of the country – Herzegovina! Immerse yourself in the magic of the country and meet the places that are like pearls.

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The Blagaj Tekija was built around 1520, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style, and is considered a national monument. Vrelo Bune is the source of the Buna river. It is the strongest (karst) spring in the country and one of the largest in all of Europe.

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Daorson - Bosnian Machu Picchu (Ancient Greek Δαορσών) was the capital of a Hellenized Illyrian tribe called the Daorsi (Ancient Greek Δαόριζοι, Δαούρσιοι; Latin Daorsei). The Daorsi lived in the valley of the Neretva river between 300 BC and 50 BC.

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The city of Mostar in Herzegovina was named "Guardian" after the bridge. The city is known for its old bridge, which is under UNESCO protection.

Day 5
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Excursion to Sarajevo- the city that made history. The First World War was triggered by the assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne and his wife in Sarajevo.

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Images of Sarajevo, which resisted the Balkan War, went around the world. And the famous "War Tunnel - Tunnel of Hope" Sarajevo War Tunnel - Tunnel of Hope 1993. Then an incredible, mysterious cave near Sarajevo.

Day 6
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After breakfast, departure to Sarajevo airport, and a farewell coffee together with the whole tour group.

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You can book a tour individually or in groups. The price of the tour varies depending on the number of registered participants.

Day 7
  • Licensed guide
  • Transport with modern vehicle and driver
  • Rental car with driver 7 + 1 seater van or car
  • Gasoline, tolls, parking
  • All entrance fees to the pyramids, museums,
  • Excursions and visits as described above
  • Transfer from the airport and transfer to the airport
  • 6 Nights in a double room in the selected hotel 3*/4*/5* with breakfast – the categorization of the accommodation depends on the wishes of the visitor.
  • Remark – (For groups there is the option of half board – accommodation with breakfast and dinner).
  • Individual arrival
  • Food and drink
  • Other personal expenses
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