Elvir Hadzic - Bosnia & Herzegovina Discovery (Sarajevo & Mostar)

From EUR 530

Visit and explore; Sarajevo, one of the most culturally diverse cities in Europe, Sarajevo spent more than 400 years under Turkish governorship until the Austro-Hungarians arrived in the late 19th century. Mostar, founded in the 15th century, where the architecture is a precious combination of Turkish ingenuity and Herzegovinian and Dalmatian workmanship.


  • July 29 - August 03, 2024

From EUR 530

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  • Patch together the tumultuous history of Sarajevo, the European Jerusalem
  • Mostar Old Bridge, UNESCO Heritage
  • Lukomir Highland Village - the highest inhabited village in Bosnia

29 July

Arrival to Sarajevo - meeting with the trip leader; Stroll through the old town

​​​​​​Accommodation: Hotel Diamond Rain, Sarajevo 
Meals: B

30 July

Sarajevo old town tour, including visits to a church, mosque, and synagogue;
Tunnel museum visit; Cable car ride to Trebević mtn & rest of the afternoon free

Accommodation: Hotel Diamond Rain, Sarajevo 
Meals: B

31 July

Visit to the village of Lukomir, on the Olympic mountain of Bjelašnica;
Stroll/ hike in the area, with views of Rakitnica Canyon; lunch at the local family restaurant;
return to Sarajevo with the rest of the afternoon free

​​​​​​​​​​​​Accommodation: Hotel Diamond Rain, Sarajevo 
Meals: B

01 August

Transfer to Mostar; Mostar old town tour, including a visit to the old house from Ottoman times;
rest of the afternoon free

​​​​​​​​​​​​Accommodation: Villa Fortuna, Mostar 
Meals: B

02 August

Visit to Kravice waterfall, Počitelj, Blagaj, with the stop at Dervish tekke;
rest of the afternoon free

​​​​​​​​​​​​Accommodation: Villa Fortuna, Mostar 
Meals: B

03 August

Morning Departure

Meals: B

Fact File

What is included: Experienced English-speaking Tour Leader; Accommodation in Sarajevo & Mostar, Sarajevo & Mostar Walking City Tours, which include fees for visits to sites included in the walking tours; Breakfast (5x); possibly more walks in the vicinities of the sites visited; VAT.

What is not included: Transportation; Meals not noted in itinerary; cable car fees; all other possible entrance fees where needed (except sights during Sarajevo and Mostar city tours); international insurance; optional tipping to leader and local city guides; souvenirs and items of a personal nature (sodas, alcoholic beverages, laundry, etc.).