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The hiking experience of your dreams through the most beautiful landscapes of Bosnia and Herzegovina and destinations that are breathtaking. Bosnia is famous because of her beautiful and breathtaking nature, and Bosnian lakes are on the top of the list. The tour starts from Sarajevo and goes towards Kiseljak, one of the famous BiH cities because of its natural mineral water. At the spring the water is drinkable, so you may want to bring an empty bottle. After, we are headed to Fojnica, small historically town known for healthy thermal waters and gold mining.

While in there we will visit Franciscan Monestry and discover very old story about “most likely, oldest written document on human rights – ahdnama”. Then the fun part starts – our 16 km long trip to Prokosko lake, with plentiful of small creeks crossing our way. This part is optional, you can go with van right to the Prokosko lake if you don’t wont to hike. This lake is located on Vranica Mountain at altitude of 1635 meters above sea level and it is one of those breathtaking places which makes every moment unforgettable. It is 426 meter long and 191 meter wide with maximum depth of 13 metres. With high altitude climate and nice position the lake is considered to be one of the most beautiful locations in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

We will visit a small village and unique and beautiful small mosque, possibly the highest one in whole of Europe at altitude of 1666 m.a.s.l. and it is possible to visit it. Then we’re going to have a local lunch in one of the small houses, we suggest some of the local specialties like local bread, sheep cheese, pies, donuts and locally made tea. After lunch we are going back to Sarajevo.

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A horrific past sits side-by-side with a welcoming future on this Sarajevo tour that takes you deep into the dark days and back out into the light of today. See the sites that mark some of the city's biggest tragedies but have since become places to celebrate life, as you listen to stories of the siege, from those who lived to tell the tale.

This Sarajevo walking tour tells the story of the most difficult times to have befallen the city of Sarajevo, but alongside tales of the will, courage, and determination of the local people to survive what was once hell on Earth.

Your Sarajevo tour will start at the most beautiful building in the city: the City Hall/National Library, which had originally burned down during the siege of Sarajevo but was rebuilt and re-opened in 2014 — a sign of the rejuvenation seen throughout the city. From there, we'll head to a local historic brewery, founded in 1864 and with a sad story behind the brews, as it was one of the few sources of drinking water for Sarajevans during the war. We'll then visit the gallery that's home to the exhibit Siege'92-'95, honoring the longest siege in modern history. You'll learn about the darkest parts of Sarajevo's past before heading to the street of Green Berets (resistance organisers), which is now the centre of the city's nightlife.

Next up on your Sarajevo tour, we'll head to the local marketplace, which was the site of a horrific massacre in 1994. Yet today, it's a place to get fresh produce and local goods, and while we're there, we'll stop into the beautiful Market Hall, where we'll try local delicacies such as smoked beef and cheese. We'll then continue to the Central Bank, where the famous Sarajevo Haggadah (an ancient manuscript containing the traditional text of Passover Haggadah) was kept safe during the siege. From there, it's on to the Great Park of Sarajevo, where you'll see the monument to the murdered children of Sarajevo, and then on to the presidencey building and Olympic Hall. We'll keep walking along the Miljacka River and see the contemporary bridge that's named Festina lente, meaning “make haste slowly“.

Next up, your Sarajevo tour will proceed to the Central Post Office, which burned down in 1992 but has since been rebuilt, before finally reaching the National Theatre, the main stage for two of the biggest cultural events in Sarajevo: the Theatre Festival and the Sarajevo Film Festival (founded during the siege as cultural resistance to the madness of war).

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The Medjugorje tour is ideal for catholic pilgrims and those wanting to connect with their faith. It is visited by millions of people from all around the world during the year.

The Medjugorje tour departs from Sarajevo, driving through a variety of beautiful locations of Herzegovina. We will pass through the tunnel of Bradina near the Jablanicko lake. This lake was formed artificially many years ago from the river Neretva. It starts below the town of Konjic and covers a wide valley. We will make a short visit to Blagaj, home to Buna river spring – the most beautiful, powerful and clean river spring where we will have a traditional lunch. After 1h of driving we will arrive to our destination. Medjugorje is visited by millions of catholic pilgrims during the year. It is believed that the Virgin Mary has been appearing to the Medjugorje visionaries since 1981.

We will take you to the apparition hill which is specific for the spiritual peace which it provides. If lucky you might even see one of the visionaries having an apparition or sharing a message from Mother of God. One of the visionaries has an apparition on the 25th of every month during the year. Medjugorje is a unique religious experience for all catholics and the ideal destination to grow one’s faith and find inner peace with God.

Returning from Medjugorje we will also visit city Mostar. There you will see the most famous locations of this beautiful city on the river Neretva. You’ll visit the Old bridge known for famous cliff diving events. You will hear the history and story of the rise and fall of the old bridge, and maybe you might even see a diver jumping into the cold river of Neretva 20 meters below.

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On this tour you will see the true beauty and abundance of the Bosnian nature. The Olympic mountains of Sarajevo; Bjelašnica, Trebevic, Igman, and Jahorina gained worldwide popularity after the 1984 Olympics as some of the best skiing spots in the world.

During the ride you will learn about the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo and the beauties that surround the town – Bjelasnica, Igman, Trebevic.You may be surprised to know that some of the best skiing than can be done in region of Balkans can be done in Sarajevo surrounding mountains: Bjelašnica and Igman.

First we will visit the serene mount Igman. On Igman, you will see the Veliko Polje Valley which hosted Nordic Events during the Olympics. After this you will see Malo Polje Valley which was host to Ski Jumping competitions during that time. The area of Igman has traditionally been used for recreational cross-country skiing. During Sarajevo’s Olympic bid, the two ski jumps were proposed as separate venues. Igman is also popular skiing resorts due to the advantageous geographical locations, remarkable skiing trails with abundant winter snow and mild slopes and favorable climate.

After Igman we will discvover mountain Bjelasnica distanced only several minutes. This mountain was home to most alpine ski competitions during the 1984 Olympics. It is a unique skiing phenomenon among all European Ski Centers. Covered in spacious skiing slopes for more than 6 months during a year, Bjelašnica is favored by many skiers from around the world. We will see Studeni potok (Ice river) which is one of the most beautiful things on this mountain.

At the end of the tour we will go to ethno village Lukomir where we will have a traditional lunch. At almost 1,500m, the village of Lukomir, with its unique stone homes with cherry-wood roof tiles, is the highest and most isolated village in the country. Indeed, access to the village is impossible from the first snows in December until late April and sometimes even later, except by skis or on foot. A newly constructed lodge is now complete to receive guests. From there, you can do some magnificent hiking in the area along the ridge of the Rakitnica Canyon, which drops 800m below.

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Mostar (Cyrillic: ??????, Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited by 113,169 people, it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region, its cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. 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.

The city is the birthplace of many famous people, including Aleksa Šantic, Alois Podhajsky, Džemal Bijedic, Osman Ðikic, Avdo Humo, Vladimir Corovic, Svetozar Corovic, Elisabeth Radó, Senad Lulic, Predrag Matvejevic, Himzo Polovina, Zlatko Ugljen, and Grga Martic. Mostar is also widely celebrated in popular lore, featured frequently as the setting for books, movies, and television programs. Dani Matice Hrvatske is one of city's significant cultural events and it is commonly sponsored by the Croatian Government and the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar Summer is another umbrella event which includes Šantic Poetry Evenings, Mostar Summer Festival and Festival of Bosnia and Herzegovina choirs/ensembles.

The city is a home of music festival called Melodije Mostara (Mostar Melodies) which has been held annually since 1995. Theatre festivals include Mostarska Liska (organized by the National Theatre Mostar) and The Mostar Spring (organized by the Matica hrvatska Mostar).

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Explore the wild Bosnia and relax your spirit in the heart of the untouched nature. Travel back in time and relive the ancient times of Bosnia at the Ethno Beys village.

Bijambare is located on the Nisici plane, some 35 km away from Sarajevo. Bijambare is known for the enchanting dense forest and the Bijambare (read biyambare) caves. The Bijambare caves are composed of several smaller caves, 3 of which are open to visitors. The first cave we will explore is the central Bijambare cave, this is also the most popular cave in the Bijambare park. This cave is more than 400 meters long. It has passageways which lead to four different chambers. These chambers are naturally decorated with stalactites which hang from the roof of the cave resembling large curtains. The floor of the cave is covered in stalagmites. The largest chamber, which is the fourth chamber, is known as the chamber of music, due to its acoustic traits. The central Bijambare cave is the home of various species such as bats and crickets.

Within these caves many fossils have been discovered, even going back to the ice age. These fossils include animal skeletons and paleolithic cave men remains. The lower Bijambare cave is located 100 meters away from the central bijambare cave. We will explore this cave too and walk further down the forest to the Ethno Beys village. This is an authentic Bosnian village. There you can see many different artifacts and exhibits common to the Bosnian traditions. The Ethno Beys village is built with original ancient techniques and materials which are 200 years old.

You will have the chance to travel back in time and relive the ancient life of Bosnia. We will also take some photos and have a traditional local meal in the traditional house in village.

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On the Dubrovnik tour, we will travel through a number of interesting Bosnian villages, towns, and cities. Our first stop will be Konjic, a small town located in Northern Herzegovina, on the river Neretva. Konjic is one of the oldest settlements of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is known for the rich forest and mountain scenery, with an abundance of water. Our guide will tell you stories about Konjic, such as the mystery of late Yyugoslav president Tito’s bunker, then the story of the “monument to human stupidity:”

Traveling onward, we will pass through Herzegovina and we will see the Neretva canyons. The next stop is the city of Mostar, the heart of Herzegovina, nestled in the valley of the river Neretva. After Mostar, we will go to Pocitelj. The oldest town in Herzegovina which has maintained its original medieval style. Pocitelj is built on a hill above Mostar, the houses are made of rock. This provides a real experience of traveling back in time to the medieval ages. We will take a walk around Pocitelj to see some of the most popular monuments and structures.

After driving for 2 hours from Pocitelj, we will arrive to our main destination, the city of Dubrovnik, in Croatia. This is an old city, dating back to the 1200’s. Dubrovnik is a town with the most extravagant architecture. You can see structures from many different ages and styles, such as the baroque, gothic, roman, renaissance, venetian, and Austro-Hungarian. The original main part of the city of Dubrovnik is surrounded by the famous Dubrovnik city walls which were built in the 16th century. We will walk around the city through the track within the walls. From there you will be able to see the ocean, the old red rooftop homes, the fortress, and other fascinating sites.

During our walk around the Dubrovnik city walls, our guide will tell you about the rich history of Dubrovnik, and how it was an independent republic during the 15th and 16th centuries. You will learn about the city’s downfalls and victories, and how it was besieged by the serbian and montenegrin army and destroyed in the 1991 war in Bosnia and in Croatia, only to pick itself up and restore its former glory. We will then ascend down to the center of the city, the famous Stradun where no cars are allowed. On Stradun, you will experience the heart of the city of Dubrovnik, walking and exploring around.

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Vrelo Bosne is an oasis located around the spring of River Bosna. It is an ideal place for families, children, and romantic couples.

The best way to arrive to the Vrelo Bosne park is through the large Alley of Ilidža which is 3,5 km long. Ilidža is a municipality of Sarajevo and is known for the natural thermal spa tourist complex. It passes through a tunnel of 726 plane and wild chestnut trees. We can walk through the alley to Vrelo Bosne, but if you want the full flavor of the Vrelo Bosne tour, the best experience is to travel by a horse carriage. It is quite an idyllic place with swans, waterfalls and Austro-Hungarian palaces.

Vrelo Bosne is one of the most famous features of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As the name says it is a place where the Bosna River, a significant watercourse for the areas it flows through and for the whole Bosnia and Herzegovina, starts. It is one of the country's top natural landmarks and one of the most famous scenes of natural beauty in the region. Feel the presence of water, lush vegetation, the cool breeze from the mountain Igman and experience that offers every visitor an atmosphere that can not be forgotten.

The park is filled with springs, fountains, walking trails, lovely bridges and little waterfalls. In this area you can feel the spirit of the untouched nature. It consists of several small islands that are connected with bridges over numerous small streams. Water surfaces are decorated with the scenes of beautiful black and white swans and ducks which you will love to photograph.

Before the end of the tour, we will relax at the local restaurant, enjoying nature beauty and peacefulness while having traditional lunch.

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Srebrenica is a town which suffered the most during the homeland war in Bosnia. Today, Srebrenica is the host of a memorial with the names of 8000 innocent war victims killed during the aggressor siege.

Srebrenica has become known for the unfortunate events which went on during the Bosnia war. Within 3 days, the biggest genocide massacre since World War II, took place in Srebrenica making it go down in history. On this tour, you will visit the Srebrenica Potocari Memorial Complex. This memorial was established in 2001, and it was officially opened to the public by former US president Mr. Bill Clinton.

During your tour around the Potocari memorial, our guide will tell you all about the history of Srebrenica and the events that happened during the harsh war times. Srebrenica has become a UN protected zone due to these events and to the unresolved genocide status of the town. Although the everyday life of Srebrenica has regained its natural flow and returned to normal, many of the women and children who survived the massacres and lost their loved ones are still not able to find peace due to the fact that they still haven’t found the remains of their loved ones. A number of mass graves have been excavated, but a number still remains lost.

Beside the tragic past of Srebrenica and Potocari, this location has in the past also been very popular for the beautiful natural landscapes, typical for Bosnia. A plethora of wildlife and greenery, dense forests with pine trees, the thermal springs and cozy villages with country homes, are all a must see on your tour to Srebrenica. On this tour you will also see and learn about the “July 11th Musala”, the Turbeh, the Wall of Memories, and the Museum of Genocide.

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Sarajevo (Bosnian pronunciation: is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with an estimated population of 369,534. The Sarajevo metropolitan area, including Sarajevo, East Sarajevo and surrounding municipalities, is home to 688,354 inhabitants. Moreover, it is also the capital of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity, the capital of the Republika Srpska entity, and the center of the Sarajevo Canton. Nestled within the greater Sarajevo valley of Bosnia, it is surrounded by the Dinaric Alps and situated along the Miljacka River in the heart of Southeastern Europe and the Balkans.

Sarajevo is the leading political, social and cultural center of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a prominent center of culture in the Balkans, with its region-wide influence in entertainment, media, fashion, and the arts.The city is famous for its traditional cultural and religious diversity, with adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Judaism and Catholicism coexisting there for centuries. Due to its long and rich history of religious and cultural variety, Sarajevo is sometimes called the ""Jerusalem of Europe""or ""Jerusalem of the Balkans"".It was, until late in the 20th century[when?], the only major European city to have a mosque, Catholic church, Orthodox church and synagogue within the same neighborhood. A regional center in education, the city is also home to the Balkans' first institution of tertiary education in the form of an Islamic polytechnic called the Saraybosna Osmanli Medrese, today part of the University of Sarajevo.

Although settlement in the area stretches back to prehistoric times, the modern city arose as an Ottoman stronghold in the 15th century. Sarajevo has attracted international attention several times throughout its history. In 1885, Sarajevo was the first city in Europe and the second city in the world to have a full-time electric tram network running through the city, following San Francisco. In 1914, it was the site of the assassination of the Archduke of Austria that sparked World War I. Seventy years later; it hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics. For nearly four years, from 1992 to 1996, the city suffered the longest siege of a city in the history of modern warfare (1,425 days long) during the Bosnian War.

Sarajevo has been undergoing post-war reconstruction, and is the fastest growing city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The travel guide series, Lonely Planet, has named Sarajevo as the 43rd best city in the world, and in December 2009 listed Sarajevo as one of the top ten cities to visit in 2010. In 2011, Sarajevo was nominated to be the European Capital of Culture in 2014 and will be hosting the European Youth Olympic Festival in 2017.

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