Sarajevo – Mosta – Travnik – Jajce
4 day/3 nights
1. DAY, SARAJEVO
2. DAY, SARAJEVO - MOSTAR - SARAJEVO
3. DAY, SARAJEVO - TRAVNIK - JAJCE - SARAJEVO
4. DAY, SARAJEVOAfter breakfast check-out. Transfer to the airport.
End of visit.
• You can download the travel program in PDF format here.
The price includes:
- Transfer with Centrotrans Eurolines bus: airport – hotel
- Services of professional tourist guide during the trip and stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the complete organization of the trip.
The price does not include:- Optional excursions: Panoramic view of Sarajevo, Mostar all-day tour, Travnik and Jajce all-day tour.
- Single room supplement,
- Entrance fees for museums,
- Travel health insurance.
PRICE: 161,00 EURCalculation for program made for a minimum 40 persons
Excursions:Calculation for excursions made for a minimum 20 person
City tour 25,00 EUR
Konjic, Jablanica and Mostar 40,00 EUR
Travnik and Jajce 40,00 EUR
About Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is the heart shaped land that lies in the heart of southeast Europe and is located in the central Balkan peninsula. In the north, west and southwest borders with the Republic of Croatian, and on the east and south with the states Serbia and Montenegro. Bosnia and Herzegovina has a small but very nice access to the sea, a distance of about 21 km of coastline at Neum. The northern and central part of the country called Bosnia and Herzegovina southern region. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a stunningly beautiful country with a vast array of landscapes, cultures, traditions and extremely hospitable people. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a very interesting tourist destination as a result of geographic location, unique natural beauty, cultural and historical values and favorable climatic conditions. Renowned worldwide National Geographic magazine in 2012 declared Bosnia and Herzegovina for the best tips every traveler who desires adventures. The capital Sarajevo hosted the XIV Winter Olympic Games, which were not only socializing young athletes from around the world, but also culture, peace and friendship. Welcome to Bosnia and Herzegovina...
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its largest urban, cultural, economic and transportation center, which has an estimated population of 429.672. Through the city flows the river Miljacka, and close to town and the spring of river Bosna, a popular picnic Vrelo Bosnia. Around the city are the Olympic mountains Jahorina, Bjelasnica, Igman, Treskavica and Trebevic which are particularly favorite winter excursion Sarajevo and tourists from around the world. Confessional pictures of Sarajevo is unique in Europe, and because of its diversity of the city is often compared to Jerusalem. Urban image of the city is decorated with sacred objects four world religions. Numerous mosques, churches, cathedrals, synagogues, and other important religious buildings are located in the center of Sarajevo, located just a hundred meters from each other. Discover the European Jerusalem and discover a place where East and West merged. Welcome to Sarajevo...
About Herzegovina region (Konjic, Jablanica and Mostar)
Although there are many similarities in language, ethnicity, culture and identity, Herzegovina's history is quite distinct from Bosnia's. Herzegovina has been settled for over 12,000 years and each civilization has left a mark on its rich cultural heritage.This cultural heritage, coupled with the impressive natural beauty of Herzegovina, makes it the most diverse and attractive tourist area in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Many tend to characterize Herzegovina as an arid moonscape. Though some areas of Herzegovina are indeed like that, it also possesses some of the greatest freshwater springs, crystal-clear rivers and endemic types of flora and fauna. The areas around Jablanica, Prozor and Konjic have dense green forests and beautiful serene lakes. The Trebizat River has created a wonderful green belt along its banks in Western Herzegovina, as has the Bregava River from the southeast. A warm Mediterranean climate dominates most of Herzegovina, creating a very different bio-system than that of Bosnia's central and northern regions. Figs, pomegranates, grapes, kiwis, rose hip and mandarins all grow in this sunny region. Many of the finest wines in southern Europe are produced in the small vineyards of western and southern Herzegovina.
About Central Bosnia region (Travnik and Jajce)
As the birthplace of the Bosnian state, this region has shaped much of the cultural and historical heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Today, monuments around the region and, more strikingly, the region's everyday culture bear witness to Central Bosnia's rich and diverse history.
A short history:
The central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina was the seat of the Bosnian state in medieval times. Known as the Srebrena Bosna (Silver Bosna) region, it was the political, cultural and religious heart of Bosnia. All the Bosnian kings resided here. The unique 'heretic' Bosnian Church was the spiritual backbone of the small Slav communities that dotted the lush, green countryside until the 14th century. By 1340 the Franciscans had established their first order in Bosnia and in a short space of time Catholicism spread and monasteries were built in Kraljeva Sutjeska, Visoko, Kresevo and Fojnica. With the arrival of the Ottomans in the mid 15th century, Ottoman culture asserted its influence in places like Travnik, Visoko, Donji Vakuf and Jajce. Travnik became not only the main city in central Bosnia, but also the centre of the Ottoman Empire's establishment in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mahalas sprang up in many towns and the spread of Islam had a major impact on life in the region. Small settlements developed into towns and cities, and the once isolated mountain communities became more intercon-nected.