Follow The Bosnia Itinerary: A Complete Guide To Bosnia

Bosnia is a nation that is a hidden tourist hotspot in Europe. Tourists find this place quite beautiful and appreciate the versatility of European landscape beauty, architecture, and culture.  Tourists can walk along the steep and rocky path of the bridge, watch locals suddenly dive into the waters, and be enchanted by the splendid landscape around it.  This 8-day luxury tour of Bosnia will cover the best places to explore in this area.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Bosnia

who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Mostar is one of the top attractions. It is famous for its Old Bridge cutting the Neretva River and lying next to the charming old town. This place is surrounded by religious mosques and picturesque nature. Walk along the steep and rocky path of the bridge, watch locals suddenly dive into the waters, and be enchanted by the splendid landscape around it.


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Day 2: Exploring Blagaj

Get up early in the morning and move from Mostar to Blagaj to cover all the top spots in Blagaj. Upon arrival, find that the city is famous for its artistic architecture and the beauty of the waters. Vrelo Bune and the Blagaj Tekke (a monastery) in the village is a natural ensemble at Buna River. It is the most visited place in Europe if you travel between Mostar and Blagaj. Invest your precious day in exploring the beauty of the place and learning about it by taking a walking tour around Vrelo Bune. This place offers serenity which is best suited to those travelers who are looking for relaxation during their travel.

Day 3: Heading to Sarajevo

The best way to invest the third day of your Bosnia tour must be to explore the capital with a rich history of Sarajevo. Sarajevo is one of the most worth-visiting capitals in the Balkans, with its significant history, architecture, and nature. Start your day by strolling along the riverbanks, enjoying local delicacies, shopping for traditional antiques in the old town, and even watching people pray in a mosque. To know more about the city, visit the unexplored areas. It is always good to interact with locals to get the details of the place. It is quite tourist-friendly and highly affordable. The weather in Sarajevo can be unpredictable, so wear warm clothes as it can get cold, particularly at night. Stay the night over here and leave for Karvica early in the morning.

Day 4: Discovering Kravica Waterfall

Get up early in the morning and after having your breakfast, leave for the east of Sarajevo. Visit the town of Visegrad and the scenic Kravica Waterfall, which is not far from there. This is a popular spot for water activity, and most tourists love playing in the water. Kravica is a vast tufa cascade on the Trebizat river in the nation's heartland. Hitchhike to enjoy being around the place. Then, retire to your resort for the night. 

Day 5: Strolling near Jajce Waterfall

Leave for Jajce in the morning after having your breakfast in the hotel. Pliva waterfall in Jajce is another popular vacation spot in the nation. Enjoy fishing, one of the popular activities around the area. Relish a lovely lunch in the lush green grass while soaking in the natural surroundings. Then, stroll around to peek at some of the exotic birds present here before retiring to your resort for the night.

Day 6: Heading to Travnik

Start your unforgettable journey to Travnik to visit the famous waterfalls of Strbacki buk and Martinbrod. Travnik is close to Vlasic Mountain, where you can spend long days hiking. Travnik also has a medieval old town located on the hill. It is a perfect place to explore and enjoy the adventure. Discover the beauty of the place and capture some wonderful memories using photographs.

Day 7: Enjoying in Visoko

Visiting the famous Egyptian pyramids is the best way to wrap up your exciting and adventurous Bosnia tour. The Bosnian pyramid in Visoko is the first man-made pyramid on the continent and was found by the archaeologist Semir Osmanagic. He claimed to have discovered the pyramid complex, which consists of five pyramids he named Sun, Moon, Dragon, Mother of Earth, and Love. Be mystified by the numerous secret tunnels and chambers that are present here.

Day 8: Departure

Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.

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