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Bosnia & Herzegovina for second-timers
6 days / 5 nights
Sarajevo - Visoko Pyramids - Travnik - Jajce - Sarajevo - Medjugorje - Mostar - Blagaj - Stolac -Mostar - Sarajevo

Events & Festivals Bosnia & Herzegovina

Sarajevo Winter Festival, February - brings together artists and performers from across the world.
International Folk Dance Festival, Sarajevo - Bosnian folk groups come from all over the region to perform.
Bascarsija Nights, Sarajevo, July - the old Turkish quarter comes alive.
Banja Luka Summer Games, August - attracts artists, singers, actors and musicians from all over Bosnia and the neighbouring countries.

Day 1 Sarajevo
Arrival transfer.

Day 2 Sarajevo - Visoko Pyramids (60km/1,30h)
Visit the Old Town with his cobbled streets, mosques and Oriental style shops.Go to Surrounding Hills with fantastic views over the city. Visit Bosnian Historical Museum, Sarajevo Tunnel Museum that houses the tunnel which was used to access the airport area during the siege and ferry supplies into the city. Go to Begova dzamija (Bey’s mosque) with his Ottoman architecture, one of the biggest in the region. Continue to Visoko Pyramids: four perfectly shaped slopes pointing toward the cardinal points.

Day 3 Sarajevo - Travnik (90km/1,30h) - Jajce (70km/1,30h) - Sarajevo (170km/3,30h)
Trip to Travnik to visit the birthplace of Ivo Andric - Nobel Prize Winner for Literature, visit Sarena mosque and famous excursion site - Plava voda. Sightseeing of Jajce, lovely town, linked to the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Back to Sarajevo. Overnight.

Day 4 Sarajevo - Medjugorje (160km/3,30h) - Mostar (30km/1h)
First stop is at the Mogorjelo - an archaeological site from the 4th century. Continue to Medjugorje - place of gathering for a multitude of pilgrims from the whole world, and one of the biggest prayer centres on the Earth. Visit St. James’ Church, Apparition Hill White Cross Hill. Afternoon drive to Mostar and have a sightseeing tour, which includes a walk tour through the Old Town with a magnificent “Stari most”- Old Bridge, visit to Koski Memhmed Pasha’s or Kara-doz-Bey’s Mosque, and the Turkish style house.

Day 5 Mostar - Blagaj (15km/20min) - Stolac (30km/30min) - Mostar (60km/1h)
Visit to the medieval site of Blagaj. Its natural water spring is one of the most prolific in Europe. Continue the trip to Stolac to see an archaeological findings of the Palaeolithic period, Badanj Cave, which is famous for its cave paintings dating between 12,000 - 16,000 BCE.

Day 6 Mostar - Sarajevo (140km/2h)
Transfer to the airport.