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Bihac City Tour

Bihac City Tour Packages
Country: Bosnia And Herzegovina
City: Bihać
Duration: 2 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

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The tour is ideal if you are interested in a short tour of the city which covers all of the sights. Listen to the tales of river Una and Bihać city and its old town, a town located at the banks of the river Una, filled with coffee bars that inevitably gravitate to the most beautiful river, Una. Enjoy the walk and sightseeing of the green parts and emerald river Una, in the good company of an experienced guide!


The Mosque Fethija,

The Captain's Tower,


The Church of St. Antun Padovanski,

The Museum of the Antifascist Council of National Liberation of Yugoslavia (AVNOJ)

Djevojka Sa Une (the most famous statue of the city),

walk beside Una


• Local guide

• Coffee next to Una river

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TIME: Every day on request

Explore More About Bihac City:

Bihac is a city in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has many popular attractions, including Una National Park, and Nacionalni Park Una, making it well worth a visit.

Una National Park:

The Park area is located in the far west of Bosnia and Herzegovina on the border with Croatia. It encompasses the area canyon part of the rivers Una and Unac, and the space between those two rivers. The National Park has an area of 19,800 hectares.

This area is a unique natural complex in this part of Europe due to its location on the border of three climate areas, karst formations and hydrography, which are, together with a basin of Korana and Krka, unique in the European range. Waterfalls and rapids of Una represent a remarkable heritage, and the entire upper flow is characterized by rich biodiversity. Gentian, edelweiss, and juniper pine are just some of the rare and endemic species in this area. Out of 1900 plant species, a hundred of them were recorded as medicinal, edible, aromatic, and vitamin. Complete protection in certain areas allows unimpeded growth and development of a large number of species and families of fungi.

The exceptional quality of water fulfilled conditions for the development of many fish species, amphibians, and reptiles. In this area, there are 120 species of birds, among which is of particular interest quite an endangered species, the black grouse. Among the 50 protected species of mammals are endemic oro-Mediterranean hairy (fleece) mouse and eastern Alpine endemic Alpine mouse. There are also the largest European predators: wolf, lynx, bear, otter, badger, and weasel.

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