7 days tour in Bosnia and Herzegovina


Hollywood hotel 4*

Close to Sarajevo's green district of Ilidza and just over a kilometer from Sarajevo International Airport, Hollywood Hotel provides spacious and modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a spa tub. Guests can use the hotel's pool, sauna and fitness center for free.
The property is close to the Vrelo Bosne spring of Bosna River. A grocery store is 92 m from the hotel. The Main Train and Bus Stations are 5.6 km away.
Hotel Hollywood provides free, secured private parking on site. It also features 18 conference and meeting rooms.
Guests can sample a wide selection of local, international and Mediterranean cuisine in one of the 3 restaurants.
The Hollywood also features an indoor swimming pool, a sports hall and a bowling center.
Hotel Rooms: 418

Hotel Saraj 3* centrally located

Located 700 metres from Baščaršija bazaar and Sebilj fountain, Hotel Saraj offers rooms in Sarajevo. Guests can enjoy a meal in the on-site restaurant or relax in the shared lounge. Free WiFi access is offered throughout the hotel and private parking is available on site.
All the rooms are carpeted and come with a cable TV and a seating area. Each comprises a private bathroom equipped with a bath or a shower. Slippers and free toiletries are included.
A spa and wellness centre with an indoor pool and a hot tub are available at a surcharge. A massage can be booked for a fee, as well. There is a 24-hour front desk at the hotel.
Sarajevo Airport is 11 km from the property.
Hotel Rooms: 140


Sarajevo is a city in which even strangers can feel at home. Neither geographically expansive nor characterised by large buildings, the city retains a particular, arresting charm with its abundance of busy café's and abiding tradition of hospitality.
The city's breathtaking backdrop of seemingly endless hills and towering mountains have in a sense always isolated the city, creating a timeless world, which despite its seclusion has always kept its doors open to the rest of the world. Although Sarajevo is a capital city typified by the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it also possesses a unique ambience that seeps into the soul.
This city epitomizes a partial centuries-old struggle against outside influences combined with the absorption of these influences into one of the most diverse cultures in Europe. Indeed, few places on earth feature an Orthodox and a Catholic church, a mosque and a synagogue within easy walking distance of each other. If there were any city in Europe that effortlessly straddles east and west, it is Sarajevo. Here the Byzantine and Ottoman empires of the east and the Roman, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian empires of the west left an indelible mark through culture, traditions and religions.A walk through Sarajevo is a walk through its past. From the oriental Ottoman quarters lined with sweet shops, café's and handicraft workshops, to the administrative and cultural centre of Austro-Hungarian times, Sarajevo encompasses the very best of both worlds.
  Persons Quantity Price, EUR Total, EUR
Price for tour per person in hotel Hollywood 4* in DBL 2 2 442.00 884.00
Price for tout per person in hotel Saraj 3* in DBL 2 2 370.00 740.00

Arrival. Sarajevo International Airport

Sarajevo International Airport, also known as Butmir Airport, is the main international airport in Bosnia and Herzegovina, serving Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is located 3.3 NM (6.1 km; 3.8 mi) southwest of the Sarajevo railway station in the Ilidža municipality, suburb of Butmir. In 2014, 709,901 passengers traveled through the airport, compared to 25,000 in 1996. Since the Dayton Accord in 1996, the airport has welcomed a thriving commercial flight business which includes Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Air Serbia, Croatia Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Germanwings and others.

Panoramic City Tour with the Latin Bridge

Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie paused at the National Library (then the town hall) on that fateful day in 1914. Despite an earlier unsuccessful assassination attempt that day, they rode west along the riverside in an open car to the Latin Bridge. It was here that Gavrilo Princip stepped forward to fire his pistol, killing them both and sparking off war between Austria-Hungary and Serbia. Thanks to a series of European alliances, this escalated into WWI.

Check-in at the hotel

Free time at leisure



Breakfast at hotel

Sarajevo Tour

Tour to visit Vrelo Bosne – spring of river Bosnia, Tunnel museum – the only means of going in and out during the siege of Sarajevo in last war. Walking tour of old town Bascarsija, Brusa bezistan – covered market place; Gazi Husref Bey Mosque- built in 1530 year during the Ottoman era – and Gazi Husref Bey Madrass; Morica han built in 1551; Vijecnica – town hall for the Austro-Hungarian era.

Optional lunch at local restaurant in the Old part (Bosnian traditional food)

Free time for personal activities in Old Town

Back to hotel. Overnight


Breakfast at hotel

Transfer to city Travnik (95 km)

For over 150 years, the vizier - the Ottoman Sultan's representative in Bosnia - had his headquarters in this town, attracting both consulates and trade. Travelers visiting Travnik in this era were impressed by the town and called it the European Istanbul and the most oriental town in Bosnia.

Visit of the Old Town of Travnik

Sightseeing of old town includes visit to Gazi-Husrev bey's Mosque and Clock Tower, (built 1530.) most famous mosque from the period of the Ottoman Empire in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Coopersmiths street, one of the oldest streets in Sarajevo, and the Sebilj, wooden fountain built by Mehmed-pasha Kukavica in 1753. Visit to Museum (birth house of the famous Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andrić) and Sulejmanija Mosque (Colorful Mosque).

Optional lunch at traditional restaurant in Travnik

Transfer back to Sarajevo. Overnight


Breakfast at hotel

Departure to Mostar

Mostar City Tour

Start with city tour - visit Karadjoz bey mosque, Muslibegovic house - walk through the old town and old bridge, listed as UNESCO heritage site.and after the sightseeing of Mostar, departure to Blagaj and pause for sightseeing at the spring of Buna.

Optional lunch at one of the best sea food restaurants in Blagaj on Buna River

Departure to Pocitelj and tour through the town

Stunningly nested above Neretva river, visit to Počitelj (“Počivati” - Bos.”to rest in peace”), easy uphill, one hour long walking activity, accompanied with a stories of town’s development and strategic importance during its 600+ year long written history and visit to most important sites such as Hajji Alija Mosque, Clock Tower and Gavrankapetanovic tower, IS A MUST, for anyone passing through or near Herzegovina region.
Unique, medieval, Ottoman era glorified, present day Ottoman-Mediterranean style architectured fortress - town Počitelj, is one of the very few urban ensembles in Bosnia and Herzegovina preserved in their integrity to the present times.Departure to Pocitelj and tour through the town.

Transfer back to Sarajevo

On the way back stop in Jablanica and visit to the Museum of World War II

The town of Jablanica is home to the museum "Bitka za ranjenike na Neretvi" (“Battle for the Wounded on Neretva River”), which was founded in the 1970s and has in the meantime been substantially redesigned. On the memorial premises and in the museum still today the so called Battle of the Neretva (1943) is commemorated. A couple of years ago a new permanent exhibition was added dealing with themes of the war of 1992-1995 (exhibition “Fourth Corpus of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina”), thus changing the general approach of the memorial complex. By visiting both exhibitions, not only the entanglement of interpretation concerning both wars in today’s commemoration, but also current conflicts of memory in BiH become clear – the new exhibition focuses one-sidedly on „the“ Bosniak view of the recent war.



Breakfast at hotel

Transfer to Vrelo Bosne – spring of river Bosna

Proceed to mountain Bjelašnica for a pleasant walk on the fresh air

The Bjelasnica Mountain (2,067 m) is a large mountain with spacious slopes, which are under snow cover for more than six months a year. The mountain was the site of several of the most attractive alpine ski competitions during the 14th Winter Olympic Games in 1984. The Igman Mountain (1,502 m) is located several minutes away from the Bjelasnica Mountain. The mountain is prized with beautiful hiking trails and exceptionally clean air. During the Winter Olympic Games, the Igman Mountain hosted Nordic events and ski jumping competitions. The Bjelasnica and Igman Mountains are among the leading tourist attractions of Sarajevo.

Optional lunch in one of the hotels on Bjelašnica

Transfer back to Sarajevo. Free time at leisure



Breakfast at hotel

Free time at leisure for last day shopping

In Sarajevo there are markets and fairs where any number of artisans, sellers, and dealers will offer any kind of stock. Different foods are readily available, both fresh and cooked, as well as clothing, jewellery and souvenirs. At the markets you are able to negotiate with the seller, although that may take some practice. Like in most such venues prices may be inflated for foreigners based on a quick 'means test' made by the seller. Often those who look like they can afford more will be asked to pay more.
Also you will find here large shopping centres.
Sarajevo is fine for buying clothes and shoes of cheap quality and relatively cheap price. The main shopping streets of Sarajevo are also great for black market products including the latest DVDs, video games and music CDs. Most tourists who visit Sarajevo no doubt leave with a few DVDs to take back home.



Breakfast at hotel

Check-out from the hotel

Tranfer to airport. Departure

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