10-Day Luxury Discovery: Top Towns of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Author: yashovardhan sharma on Jan 01,2024

Nestled in the heart of the Balkans, Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a rich blend of Eastern and Western cultures. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a melting pot of religions, architecture, and culinary delights. Bosnia, also known as the "Jerusalem of Europe", offers 30,000-year-old architecture, step back in time and explore all of Bosnia on our 10-day luxury vacation.


The coastal towns of Bosnia and Herzegovina offer an idyllic retreat where turquoise waters meet beautiful town charm. From the historic city of Sarajevo to the stunning waterfalls of Kravica, Bosnia, and Herzegovina is a country of unmatched beauty and character. The vibrant nightlife, historic sites, and picturesque landscapes make Bosnia and Herzegovina a unique destination for luxury travel.


Mount Srd: A Spectacular Panorama of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic Sea


Perched high above the city of Dubrovnik, Mount Srd offers visitors an unparalleled panoramic view of the ancient walls, red-roofed houses, and the sparkling blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. Ascending Mount Srd by cable car is an exhilarating experience, as the journey provides a gradual ascent, allowing you to soak in the awe-inspiring landscapes that surround you.


Once you reach the summit, you are greeted with a stunning vista that stretches as far as the eye can see, capturing the essence of Dubrovnik's beauty. The commanding viewpoint from Mount Srd has been enchanting travelers for centuries, and it's easy to understand why.


From this vantage point, one can truly appreciate the intricate design and historic significance of the city below. A visit to Mount Srd is not just about the climb; it's about savoring the breathtaking views and gaining a new perspective on the beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a moment that stays with you long after you descend from the mountain.


Walled City: An Enchanting Journey Through Time


Immerse yourself in the enchanting atmosphere of Dubrovnik's walled city, where every step takes you deeper into a world of captivating history and architectural marvels. As you wander through the narrow cobblestone streets, the ancient stones beneath your feet seem to whisper tales of bygone eras filled with intrigue, conquest, and timeless beauty.


Such a comprehensive tour allows you to fully experience the rich and diverse history of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with visits to the historic walled cities that serve as living testaments to the region's past. One such gem is the iconic walled city of Ston, famous for its extensive defensive walls and renowned salty oysters.


This luxury tour offers a unique blend of natural beauty and historical significance, leaving an indelible impression on your senses. You'll also have the opportunity to visit Croatian Island, a gem in the Adriatic Sea, known for its stunning beaches, rich history, and fantastic seafood. So, embark on this journey through time, where the echoes of the past resound within the well-preserved walls, and let the stories of the walled city unfold before your eyes.


Trip Highlights

  • Visit the Ottoman-era Old Bazaar in Sarajevo
  • Wonder at the legendary Bosnian Pyramids in Visoko
  • Explore the magnificent Gradska Vijecnic in Brcko
  • Discover the Orthodox Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Banja Luka

A tour at a glance

Tour Price

Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome To Tuzla

Meet your private guide at Tuzla airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. The luxury tour includes a meticulously planned day road trip to renowned cultural and historical sites, revealing the unique charm of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


Learn more about the beautiful town and its salt production history, which provides its primary economic source. Stroll around and soak in the unique architecture of the entire city. Following that, have dinner at a premium restaurant and retire for the night to your resort.

Day 2: Discover Sarajevo

Discover the rich history and culture of the capital city of Bosnia, Sarajevo. Stroll around to soak in the city's ancient architecture, termed the "Jerusalem of Europe." Then, explore the Bascarsija, or Old Bazaar, which is the Ottoman centerpiece of the city.


Stroll along to the various synagogues, Catholic and Orthodox cathedrals, and mosques dot the city. You can also discover the breathtaking beauty of Bosnia and Herzegovina's national parks, where diverse wildlife and spectacular landscapes create an outdoor paradise.

Day 3: Explore Visoko

Take a road trip to see the scenic and controversial Bosnian Pyramids. These triangular hills gained international interest and sparked ongoing debate in 2005 when a Bosnian historian claimed that they were not simply hills, but the work of early humans during the ice age. They are believed to be 30,000 years old. The tallest is named the Pyramid of the Sun, which stands at 220 meters. You can hike in the hills and draw your own conclusions.

Day 4: Visit Brcko

Explore Europe's only self-governing free city, which is called Brcko District. It sits on the banks of the River Sava and has Croatia to the north. In this city, Bosniaks, Croats, and Serbs live together peacefully. Afterward, take a walk along the main street of Trg Mladih. It is lined with colorful Hapsburg cafes and architecture. Soak in the grand government building of Gradska Vijecnic, situated on Bulevar Mira 1. Return to your hotel for the evening.

Day 5: Enjoy Banja Luka

Explore the cultural and economic center of the Republika Srpska in Northern Bosnia. Visit the center that houses the magnificent Orthodox Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. Learn all about the history and culture of the place by interacting with the locals. End your day with a lavish dinner at a posh eatery, and then retire to your resort for the night.

Day 6: Heading to Konjic

Your guide will drive you in a private car to Konjic from Mostar early in the morning so that you can cover the top attractions in a day. Indulge in some adventurous tour activities when you reach the Neretva River. Go on a raft on the waters and enjoy the serenity along with the adrenaline rush. Following that, plunge into the waters for a relaxing swim.

Day 7: Adventurous Sarajevo

Enjoy some amazing adventure-related activities in Sarajevo amongst the lap of nature, including hiking amongst the mountains. Spend a relaxing day surrounded by lush greenery and nature.In the evening, proceed towards the secret Sarajevan bar and enjoy live music and drinks. Adventure awaits in the national parks of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where azure rivers, towering mountains, and cascading waterfalls form a compelling call to the wilderness.

Day 8: Traditional Trebinje

Your guide will take you in a private car early in the morning to Niksic City. After you reach, proceed to Ostrog, the monastery established into a cliff face. With their quaint marinas, historic landmarks, and bustling local markets, these coastal towns represent the beating heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Adriatic coast. Return back to the coastline of Montenegro and shop at Njegusi village.


The journey will lead you through the enchanting coastal towns, where cobblestone streets echo tales of seafaring adventurers and ancient civilizations. You'll explore quaint coastal towns nestled by the Adriatic Sea, each boasting its unique history, architecture, and inviting Mediterranean cuisine. Enjoy the traditional vibes of the beautiful town and browse through some souvenirs for loved ones.

Day 9: Natural Kravice and Jajce

Head towards the east of Sarajevo to the beautiful town of Visegrad. Then, go to the stunning Kravice Waterfall that lies nearby and laze around for some time. This is a famous spot for swimming in the surrounding pools. Visit the gorgeous 20-meter high Pliva waterfall in Jajce also. Indulge in some fishing, which is very popular in this area. It is also easy to cross the border and visit Serbia for a short visit.

Day 10: Departure

Experience the hustle and bustle of Bosnia and Herzegovina's vibrant city centers, filled with bustling cafes, art galleries, and historic landmarks of Bosnia. Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.

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