Discover Herzegovina day tour is a unique experience. Makes you discover several locations worth seeing, exploring, and talking to your friends about. This 8-hour tour which have six stops during you can see some spectacular view points, incredibly beautiful places, historical monuments.
• 8 hours
For all nature lovers and heritage sympathizers this tour is right decision. Day trip guarantee you new experience, having fun, new knowledge and absolutely excellent value for money. Tour includes visit to Kravice Waterfalls, Počitelj Old Town and Blagaj Tekke. You will have an unforgettable experience.
• 8 hours
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• 1 hour
Mostar is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most recognizable landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.
• 10 hours
This tour is a day in the open. Visiting ancient Islamic monastery of Blagaj and Orthodox monastery of Žitomislići will answer all the questions on cultural and religious heritage of the days bygone. Spectacular view of Počitelj fort and the narrow streets leading to it will give a glimpse into Ottoman times. Kravice cascades offer both beautiful scenery and the thrill of swimming beneath one of the most beautiful world's wonders.
• 7 hours
A private tour of Sarajevo to visit what is known as the ˝Jerusalem of Europe˝ to see famous attractions such as the Bascarsija bazaar, and Tunnel of Hope. See Vrelo Bosne park, Mostar and Pocitelj along the way on your one day excursion departing from Dubrovnik.
• 14 hours
The Death of Yugoslavia is award-winning tour featuring the complete timeline of the nation's birth and death. By visiting three locations, we explore Yugoslavia during the Cold War, directly between the nuclear missiles of both Warsaw and the NATO pact. We explore Tito and how his actions led to the formation of a prosperous non-aligned country. We explore the rise of nationalism after the fall of Communism. And finally, we witness the Yugoslavian War. All of this will be seen among these locations, unwilling monuments to the existence of a country which died more than 20 years ago but is still alive in the minds of its former citizens.
• 138 minutes
Mostar City Tour – designed by those who are part of the soul of this city !The Old Bridge,UNESCO World Heritage Site, connects the cobblestone streets of Mostar’s old town on either side of the river, as well as the mix of Ottoman, Western and Mediterranean influences that shaped this charming place.Walking through Mostar is a walk through the past. Its ancient walls tell timeless tales of the way it used to be. Its present struggle to keep its identity as a multi-ethnic community is an inspiring model for the future.Experience Bosnia Herzegovina’s most photographed city!
• 3 hours
Experience the natural beautiful of southern Bosnia and Herzegovina on this full-day trip from Mostar. Accompanied by a guide, drive in a private vehicle to the karst spring of Blagaj, the open-air museum at Pocitelj, the ruins of Mogorjelo, the Kravice Waterfalls, and Medjugorje village. A round-trip transfer is included.
• 6 hours
The Mostar in War Tour (1992 - 1995) is a historic and educating walking tour. The highlights of the tour include a walk in the former front line, personal stories from the war and a 10-minute film about the history of Mostar.
• 3 hours