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Oriental Trading Cities Tour Of Bosnia

Oriental Trading Cities Tour Of Bosnia Packages
Country: Bosnia And Herzegovina
City: Sarajevo
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Heritage Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Day 1: SARAJEVO – Arrival

Depending on the time of arrival – hotel accommodation, panoramic City View, and guided tour. Dinner and overnight.

Day 2: SARAJEVO – Locco

Breakfast. Arrival in Sarajevo. Transfer and accommodation at the hotel; lunch in restaurant, sightseeing tour of Sarajevo – a city that is etched in the archives of history. Visit the famous war tunnel. The beautiful Ottoman-style mosques and architecture dot the skyline and the old quarters still maintain an authentic Ottoman Carsija with oriental sweet shops, cafés, and traditional Bosnian food. In the same quarter, you will see the Catholic Cathedral, Orthodox Church, and Jewish synagogue. Dinner and overnight in hotel.


Breakfast. After breakfast departure to Mostar. Most famous for its 16th-century old bridge (Stari Most), Mostar is the cultural and political capital of Herzegovina. The tour includes a visit to the famous and beautiful Old Bridge, old and well preserved old parts of town where the history is still alive. Herzegovina tour – includes a visit of Blagaj (12 km from Mostar)– place with the largest karst spring in Europe, nearby famous dervish tekke, Počitelj (30 km from Mostar) – characteristic buildings in an Ottoman style. Transfer back to Sarajevo.Overnight in a hotel.


Breakfast. Free time for individual activities. Depending on the time of departure, the group can spend their last hours in Sarajevo shopping, enjoying coffee, food, or sweets in some of the many restaurants in Sarajevo’s Old Town. Departure.

Know More About Sarajevo:

Ringed by mountains, Sarajevo is a singular city with an enticing East-meets-West vibe all of its own. It was once renowned as a religious melting pot, earning it the epithet 'the Jerusalem of Europe'. Within a few blocks, you can still find large Catholic and Orthodox cathedrals, Ashkenazi and Sephardic synagogues, and numerous mosques. However, the Jewish population was decimated during WWII and Sarajevo is now a divided city, with most of the Orthodox Christians living in Istočno Sarajevo (East Sarajevo) on the Republika Srpska side.

Today, however, Sarajevo is the political, social, and cultural center of the country, known for its celebration of peaceful religious coexistence.

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