TOURS - INFO

Day 1: Mostar and Blagaj

In the morning we will first go to a hotel, and leave our luggage. First thing planned is a walking tour of Old town of Mostar, a UNESCO world heritage site best known for it's one of a kind 16th century Old bridge that spans Neretva river. We will talk about development of the capital of Herzegovina, see the most important landmarks like Koski Mehmed-pasha's mosque, Public bath, Karađozbey's mosque, Kujundžiluk street, Prijeka čaršija, Crooked bridge, and of course the Old bridge as the single most important monument in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We will also climb a minaret for the best view on the Old bridge there is!

For lunch we will go to Blagaj, to run away from scorching sun in Mostar, and enjoy fresh trout in a frestourant by Buna river. After the lunch we will enter Blagaj tekke, one of the oldest dervish houses in Bosnia, and undoubtly the most beautiful one. It's situated right at the largest spring in Europe, Vrelo Bune.

We will go back to Mostar for dinner.

Day 2: Počitelj and Kravice

After breakfast, we will pack and drive to Počitelj. An unspoiled old town in a natural amphiteater looking on Neretva river. We will use time to quickly tell the story of the town, and then have free time to explore and take photos of this unreal place.

Next stop is Kravice waterfalls, where you will spend the most of the day enjoying the sun, swimming and climbing in the waterfalls.

Return to Sarajevo planned at 18:00.

HERZEGOVINA TRIP
140€/person

Herzegovina is southern most part of the country. This two day trip will offers all the charm of Herzegovina. All the amazing sites, fantastic food, a lot of history, beautiful nature and swimming in waterfalls!

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