Mostar and Herzegovina 4 Cities – Full Day Tour from Sarajevo

Highlights

  • Ideal for travelers who want to see more in one day or are short on time

  • Entrance fees to Pocitelj Mosque, Blagaj Tekke, and Mostar Gallery included

  • Round-trip transportation from Sarajevo included

Summary

Your tour starts at the Old Town of Sarajevo, or with a pickup from outside Old Town, if you’ve arranged it. Meet your guide, hop aboard your tour vehicle, and set off on the journey to Konjic. Hear stories about the town’s history during World War II, and see the famous bridge over the Neretva River. Next, pass Jablanicko Lake and make a quick stop at Jablanica. Continue through parts of the Neretva River Canyon and head for Poc. After stopping there, make the short journey to Blagaj, where you visit the Buna River spring and the famous Blagaj Tekke Dervish monastery. After lunch, head to Mostar for a walking tour that focuses on the Old Bridge, Old Bazaar, and Old Town. After the walking tour, explore on your own before heading back to Sarajevo.

Tour info

Duration
10 hours - 12 hours
Group Size
Pricing
Commentary
Meeting Point
Dropoff location

Why take this tour?

Check off most of Herzegovina’s highlights in one day on this tour from Sarajevo. In addition to seeing the historic towns of Konjic, Pocitelj, and Blagaj, pack in a ton of attractions, such as Jablanicko Lake and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mostar. Let someone else worry about driving and logistics on this whirlwind tour ideal for travelers short on time.

What’s included?

  • Professional guide

  • Hotel pickup

  • All Fees and Taxes

  • Entry/Admission - Blagaj tekija

  • Entry/Admission - River Buna Spring

Frequently asked questions

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Before you book

  • Duration: 10-12 hours

  • Mobile tickets accepted

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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