Bosnia and Herzegovina are often referred to as Bosnia! It’s been 20 years since the horrific Bosnia war took place. With well organized Bosnia vacation packages one gets this opportunity to know & understand about this war. The scars remain today in the form of the war cemeteries, buildings perforated with bullets, and much more. Everything has been turned into monuments and symbols of the tumultuous history of Bosnia ~ from Sarajevo to Mostar every place has something to discover.
However, Bosnia's history has always attracted travelers from all across the globe, yet there are plenty of other things that make the place a loved tourist attraction. Over the years, the country has turned down its fate from the dark to deep & fascinating. Not just for the history lover, but there's an unimaginably immense amount of magic & charm to discover for the nature-buffs, and the ones who love their adrenaline running high. Let’s discover all of this beautiful European destination with this seven days Bosnia vacation package.
Vacation at a Glance
Day 1: Sarajevo
Day 2: Sarajevo
Day 3: Konjic
Day 4: Mostar
Day 5: Herzegovina
A walkthrough the Sarajevo town.
Sarajevo Highlights: Sebilj, the Latin Bridge area, the City Hall, the wooden fountain in Bascarsija, and more.
On the second day in Sarajevo visit the War Childhood Museum, the Museum of Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide, and the Srebrenica Gallery.
Konjic Highlights: a rafting journey along the lofty canyons and then for the perfect BBQ lunch. Muslibegović House, Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque, and more.
Mostar Highlights: Muslibegović House, Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque, and more.
Herzegovina Highlights: There are plenty of Bosnia vacation packages that take tourists to a combination of spots including Medjugorje, Blagaj, Pocitelj, and Kravice Waterfall.
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.
This trip starts with a walk through the Sarajevo town! You will be taken through the Old Town and will be guided with all the information about the country. This day, your first stop is going to be at Sebilj, the Latin Bridge area, the City Hall, the wooden fountain in Bascarsija, and more. With all the plenty of Orthodox and Catholic churches, mosques, and synagogues, you will understand the multi-religious nature of the city.
In the other part of the day, you will wander around the central part of the city and around the Austro-Hungarian buildings. Visit the grounds of “Meeting of Cultures”. Visit the Ottoman part of the old town ~ this is where east meets the west. Here you will refuel yourself with some burek, a form of baked pastry or cevapi, a form of grilled meat.
At the end of the day, just make sure that you do not miss taking a view of the city atop a vantage point. Visit the Yellow Fortress, which is the perfect sunset spot. You will see the war-battered buildings, the White Fortress, the rolling valleys, and more.
Day 2: Sarajevo
This is going to be your second day in Sarajevo and you are going to visit some of the best museums in the city. Get on to see the War Childhood Museum, the Museum of Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide, and the Srebrenica Gallery. Visit these museums only when you are strong at heart and can handle listening to the real stories, which may affect your mental & emotional strength. Know in advance that it can be a little disturbing for some people.
With this, you can take a break from this dark history and dive deeper into the mountains! This will refresh your mind. You will be taken to the top of Mount Trebevi? via cable car ~ this place will rejuvenate your mind & soul, you can enjoy a picnic into the greenery. Then, with the Bobsled Track, you will get back to the city.
Apart from all this, another important thing you cannot ignore here is Sarajevo’s food. Try the burek, which is most conveniently available in Buregdzinica Bosna. Don’t forget to try the traditional Bosnian food. Ask a local and choose your perfect place for your dinner. At the end of the day get back to your den and enjoy a sound sleep.
Day 3: Konjic
With all such Bosnia vacation packages, the second part of the trip involves traveling to Konjic. Today morning, you will catch a train to Mostar from where you will be traveling to Konjic. This beautiful town located near the bank of the green Neretva River is popular among tourists for being the whitewater rafting base. This day, get ready for a rafting journey along the lofty canyons and then for the perfect BBQ lunch. For those who are not much interested in rafting can visit 1950s Yugoslavia. Swimming along the pebbled Riverside is another option for you!
In the next part of the day, enjoy strolling around the Old Town and capturing every moment near the Stone Bridge, which has been an important part of the city since 1682. At the end of the day, enjoy your perfect Bosnian styled dinner (traditional local food).
Day 4: Mostar
On the fourth day of all Bosnia vacation packages, you will have enough knowledge to understand about the country in general. Today you are going to explore Mostar, Bosnia’s picture-perfect city. The first thing that you will see on this trip is going to be the “Old Bridge”, which spans all across the Neretva River. To both shores of the river, there is a market where you will see cobblestone alleys with shops selling coffee sets, cashmere scarfs, pouches, Turkish lamps, the ubiquitous magnets, and ceramics
Another interesting thing to do in Mostar is enjoying the view and gazing upon Stari. Other popular tourist attractions in the city include Muslibegovi? House, Koski Mehmed Paša Mosque, and more. And, taking a walking tour of the city will have deep insights into the culture of the country.
Day 5: Herzegovina
This is the fifth day of this Bosnia vacation and you are going to explore Herzegovina, which is the southern part of the country. There are plenty of Bosnia vacation packages that take tourists to a combination of spots including Medjugorje, Blagaj, Pocitelj, and Kravice Waterfall.
Medjugorje is a Catholic pilgrimage site from the time when Virgin Mary was believed to appear in 1981 on the Apparition Hill.
In the vicinity of Mostar is the Blagaj town whereby the side of the River Buna, a Dervish monastery (Tekija) is located. You can enter the reconstructed and refurbished Tekija, hike up to the Blagaj Fortress.
Pocitelj is a fortified village listed into the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This village belongs to the 14th century and it also houses the art colony.
Kravice Waterfalls is the perfect place for nature lovers! They will enjoy looking in awe at the water of the Trebižat River tumbling beautifully down along the limestone rocks reaching into the lake below. The lake is also perfect for swimming with calm and warm water.