Mostar and Herzegovina Cities Day Tour from Sarajevo

Highlights

  • Travel with a guide and learn the complex history of the area

  • Breakfast of traditional Bosnian pie and optional lunch on the Buna riverbank

  • Hassle-free, round-trip transportation from Sarajevo

Summary

Start your tour with a pickup in Sarajevo. Meet your group and guide, and set off on the journey toward Konjic, famous for a 17th-century 6-arch bridge. Then, stop at a restaurant for a breakfast of traditional homemade pie. Continue to the medieval village of Pocitelj, where you take a short hike to the Kula, an old watchmen fort overlooking the village. Next is Blagaj, situated near the spring of the Buna River and home to a Dervish monastery. Opt for a lunch of local trout and a traditional dessert on the banks of the river nearby (own expense). Then head to Mostar, known for its old Turkish houses and famous Old Bridge. Stop at the bridge, the Old Bazaar, and Old Town. Then, journey back to Sarajevo and finish the tour with a drop-off at your original point of departure.

Tour info

Duration
12 hours
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Why take this tour?

With its rebuilt Ottoman-era Old Bridge, Mostar is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most recognizable destinations. Take this tour that stands out by visiting the riverside city and three others: Konjic, Blagaj, and Pocitelj. Plus, it includes a breakfast of Bosnian pie and an optional lunch on the banks of the Buna River.

What’s included?

  • Bottled water

  • Driver/guide

  • Hotel pickup

  • Hotel drop-off

  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan/car

  • Entry/Admission - Blagaj tekija

  • Lunch

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Before you book

  • Duration: 12h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

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

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About operator:

Association "Info Bosnia“ is non-government, apolitical organization, committed to promote tourism in various sectors and also to generate interest in visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina. Protecting and promoting the natural and cultural heritage are key concerns for “InfoBosnia” and its members. Info Bosnia is the first non-government association to open Tourist Information Centre in Sarajevo.

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