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During the rule of the Bosnian Kingdom, Visoko valley was a very important trade, cultural and educational centre of the Bosnian Church. Old Town „Cajengrad“ is a medieval fortress which served to defend Bobovac from enemies and today represents an archaeological site.

In recent times, tourists are attracted by the archeological finds of the alleged pyramids, which the archeologist Semir Osmanagic assumes is the work of an advanced civilization that settled in the areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina before the Illyrians. In any case, the pyramidal mountains surrounding Visoko are an interesting natural phenomenon.

desde 102,57 €

Whole day excursion to Foca (former caravanserai on trade route to Dubrovnik ) where we can see the remains of the old centre. We continue via a wild landscape of gorges and torrents to Visegrad to cross on foot Sinans 16 th Century Bridge over Rivere Drina. Lunch in the local restaurant. Also the art gallery and a recreation of a schoolroom from Adriatic day.

Višegrad is a town and municipality in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina resting on the Drina River and in the Republika Srpska entity. The town includes the Ottoman-era Mehmed Paša Sokolovic Bridge, an UNESCO world heritage site which was popularized by Nobel prize winning author Ivo Andric in his novel The Bridge on the Drina. During the Bosnian War the town was one of the scenes of ethnic cleansing and massacres carried out by Bosnian Serb forces against Bosniak civilians, and it saw a drastic decline in its previously majority Bosniak population. Andricgrad, a future tourist site dedicated to Andric, is under construction near the bridge. Višegrad is located on the river Drina, on the road from Goražde and Ustipraca towards Užice, Serbia.

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Kraljeva Sutjeska is located in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the area of the municipality Kakanj. It is situated in the valley of the river Trstionica. This is a peaceful settlement where you can see preserved authentic Bosnian houses, people wearing clothes that were used in this region in the past, and everything in it looks as if time had stopped.

The Franciscan monastery, a magnificent medieval building that defies time and space, stands at the foot of a hill. It was built in the first half of the 14th century and in its long history it was destroyed several times. Its current design dates from the year of 1890. Although the library and the archives were destroyed by fire, as were many other valuable items, there is still a rich archive of cultural and historical material in its chambers.

Kraljeva Sutjeska is not only famous by the Franciscan monastery that dominates this area, it is also famous by the oldest house in this part of the country – The Dusper House, that was built in the early 18th century and it represents a national monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina that is protected by the country. Kraljeva Sutjeska is a settlement where one of the oldest mosques in Bosnia in Herzegovina is located. A few kilometres away from Kraljeva Sutjeska there is the royal city of Bobovac that hides a lot of historical stories, just like Kraljeva Sutjeska.

HIGHLIGHTS: • Driving from Sarajevo to Kraljevska Sutjeska 2 hours approximately (mostly with highway); guests will see part of Zenica from transport.
• Kraljevska Sutjeska sightseeing of city center 1.5 hours approximately (traditional houses and citizens in traditional clothes); city has strong history so I will recommend to join a guided visit, because there is too much to remember).
• Guests have the opportunity to visit the Franciscan monastery, accompanied by the guardian (1.5 hours approximately); the monastery is a church, a museum exhibition and one of the richest the monastery library.
• Driving back to Sarajevo (2 hours approximately).

desde 89,75 €

Srebrenica is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina , which during its history has changed several names, such as Domavia, Argentaria, Argentum, Bosnia Argentaria etc. In the area of Srebrenica, there were traces of life since the earliest times, which was conditional on the favorable geographic position and rich silver ore. During the reign of the Roman Empire Srebrenica was a major center for minting money and one of the largest smithy of the Roman Empire. Srebrenica ten days ride away from Dubrovnik .

Srebrenica is in the medieval Bosnia seemed very important area for valuable ore deposits of precious, so is visited by travelers from all over the world, leaving in this region traces of different cultures. Seen from a military point of view, its significance was invaluable, because of its favorable geographical position. Arrival of the Franciscans in Srebrenica somehow verified long ago set the border between the eastern and western civilizations.

Province of Bosnia Silver or Bosnia Argentaria formed as a Franciscan easternmost settlement, showed the importance of this area and confirmed the Drina as a border between different cultures. Wars, changes of rulers, occupation, rare and little freedom and security through the ages began to interfere with the spirit of Bosnian small town, but it maintained and defined as specitikum based fighting mentality, striving for self-preservation.

In Bosnia, she had lived in Srebrenica in the last two millennia, this fight was ongoing. East and West have always come warriors and wanted the territory, power, silver , health spa Guber and the position on the Drina. Srebrenica that fight never fully received. Occasionally he showed that crafts, agriculture, culture and art, above all, have a favorable environment for existence, but the periods in which the history allowed this city to try to live, were rare and brief.

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Jajce - The city of Bosnian kings

Jajce is a city in Central Bosnia, in the Jajce basin, at the confluence of the Pliva and Vrbas rivers, which have always been characterized by unique natural beauties, while crucial historical events have taken place here since distant times to the present day. Eight historical layers can be discerned in Jajce. Jajce is witness to 4 empires and 3 kingdoms. Three global monotheist religions meet here. In Jajce, six architectural styles can be discerned.

Jajce has 22 national monuments. In 2007, Jajce submitted the required UNESCO nomination documentation to be placed on the World Heritage List. Monuments from ancient times and the middle Ages have been preserved in Jajce: Mithras temple, from 4th c., St Catherine's Church, Franciscan monastery, Medvjed Tower and the Town Gates, as well as many others. The city is surrounded by forest covered mountains, and there are also two lakes, as well as the wonderful Pliva Waterfall (22,5m) in the very center of the city.

Travnik - The city of Bosnian viziers

The City of Travnik, which had been the capital of Bosnian Pashaluk for 150 years, the residence of 77 viziers, seat of two consulates, lying in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina, represents the main administrative and political center of Central Bosnia Canton today.

In its past, rich in cultural and historical tradition, and encompassing interesting events and important personalities, the people of Travnik have called their city a city-museum in the open, and justly so. This city is unique in many ways. Its exciting past has produced many important personalities and events. This city tells its own story at every step.

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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).

desde 256,42 €

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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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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Full day Rafting on Neretva River. The length of rafting path is 18 kilometers through untouched nature and through one of the most beautiful canyons. The rafting base is located in Dzajica buk on Neretva river bank only 6 kilometers from Konjic. This is where rafters will enjoy their lunch and rest after rafting. Arrival at 10:00 until 11.00 is time for breakfast, coffee, after that preparing for rafting. 11.00-12.00 transfer to the rafting start point at Glavaucevo Village. Traning and instructions. Rafting from 12.00 -17.00 with little breaks and refreshments.

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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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You won't just see the sites on this Sarajevo tour — you'll get to enjoy the rhythm of the city and experience local life through its flavors, from traditional coffee to snacks and sweets. As you nibble, explore the old city centre and hear the dark stories of Sarajevo's turbulent past as well as the brighter stories of its present.

Your Sarajevo walking tour will leave from the beautiful National Library/Old City Hall and lead you to the Old Town — specifically, Bravadziluk Street, which is lined with eateries serving up traditional Bosnian food. You'll get to sample the famous Sarajevo burek (filo pastry filled with meat, cheese, and spinach).

After we've snacked, we'll head to Kazandziluk (Coppersmith Street), where you can feel like you've stepped back into the 16th century as you browse the copper crafts, from jewellery to pottery. Our walk along here will lead us to the historic Bascarsija, an outdoor market that was built in the 15th century. We'll also stop to see the 15th-century Morica Han (a han is a roadside inn) that's the only preserved han in Sarajevo.

Your Sarajevo tour will continue along Saraci Street until we reach the historic Gazi-Husrev-beg Mosque and Sarajevo's 17th-century clock tower. We'll also visit the site where Franz Ferdinand was killed and world history was changed forever. We'll then admire the beautiful Bezistan indoor market before reaching what is perhaps the most interesting spot of Sarajevo: the Sweet Corner, named for the local pastry shops that have been here for centuries. This is also where the old Turkish part of the city ends and the newer Austrian part begins. We'll stop here and try some delicious cevapcici (little skinless sausages served in pita bread).

Next up, we'll head to the Old Temple (a Jewish synagogue from 1581) and stop in at a café where you'll try the most important drink in Sarajevo: traditional Bosnian coffee. Once our coffee break is over, we'll explore the main pedestrian zone of the city, Ferhadija Street, where we'll catch a view of the amazing Sacred Heart Cathedral from 1889, the Serbian Orthodox church of The Most Holy Mother of God (built in 1863), and finally the Square of Liberation, where local Sarajevans gather to play chess 365 days a year, no matter the weather. We'll then make a stop for some famous baklava at Sarajevo's market hall before continuing on to the Eternal Flame memorial, dedicated to the victims of Nazi terror during WWII. We'll walk down the street of Marshall Tito (yes, the main street of Sarajevo is still named after the president of the former Yugoslavia) toward the historic National Theatre, the main stage for the biggest cultural event in Sarajevo: the Sarajevo Film Festival.

We'll finish up our Sarajevo tour with a walk along the River Miljacka to the last spot of our tour, the amazing Academy of Fine Arts, located in a former evangelist church.

desde 49 €

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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Find out why the birds sing high up in the sky, by flying in tandem with our qualified paragliding pilot and enjoy in beautiful view of city Sarajevo and its surroundings. An experienced paraglider can remain in the air sharing the magic of open space with birds for hours. Paragliding around Sarajevo and the surrounding mountains will allow you to experience the true greatness of nature. Paragliding is the best way to actualize your dreams of flying like a bird.

Tandem paragliding, or paragliding in pairs, is the best and safest way to experience this amazing activity without prior experience, training, or preparation. Tandem paragliding around Sarajevo will give you the ultimate experience of looking down on a landscape from a bird’s eye view.

After experiencing paragliding in a tandem, you will be offered the opportunity to train for solo paragliding in the Sarajevo paragliding school. The standard flying locations for the Sarajevo tandem paragliding tours are the Olympic mountains; Bjelašnica, Jahorina, Igman, Trebevic; Barice, Mrkovici, Romanija, Vlašic and other flying courts around the country.

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Discover the secrets of one of the most intriguing figures of the old communist bloc which are laid bare in this underground nuclear bunker in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Ride through interesting suburbs of Sarajevo will take us first to town Konjic where we will go through the old town and see the Old Bridge which represents one of the most precious heritages from Ottoman period. Our next stop is 6500 square meter bunker, officially know as ARK (Atomska Ratna Komanda, Atomic War Command) which was one of the most expensive structures in the former Yugoslavia and well kept secret for decades.

Bunker is located under the mountain Zlatar with the deepest point of 280 meters underground. This atomic shelter could withstand a nuclear attack of 20 - 25 kilotons. The bunker has eight alternative exits that are not shown on the map which lead to the top of the mountain. The whole complex is built in a horseshoe shape, resembling a maze with offices, conference rooms, dorms and of course, Tito’s private rooms. It was all supported by two kitchens and a supply of oil, food and water that could sustain the bunker for up to six months. In the event of a nuclear strike, the bunker could accommodate Tito (Yugoslav revolutionary and “benevolent dictator” Josip Tito) and 350 of the most important political and military persons in the country.

ARK D-0 exists today only because of the Bosnian military guard, who refused to carry out an order from Serbian high command in Belgrade, who wanted to blow up the bunker up in 1992. Thanks to this forward thinking bit of preservation, the bunker is still in much the same condition as it was during the Yugoslav era with all of its furniture and equipment intact.

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On this tour we will visit Travnik and Jajce, the two Bosnian gems which represent the fascinating heritage and history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Travnik, the Viziers town and Jajce, a King’s town.

Driving from Sarajevo our first stop is Travnik which was one the capital town of governors’, also known as the Ottoman Vizier Town. We will see the colorful mosque of Sultan Sulejman which is specific for the amount of color interlaced into its decoration. We’ll pass on to the vizier tombs, known as the Ottoman Turbe and a picturesque cemetery. Also we will visit the monastery of St Luke and the Church of St Mary. Then we’ll walk up the hill to see the Travnik Fortress and beyond the fortress you will see an uphill trail which leads up to the famous mount Vlašic.

Next stop will be Jajce. Known as the King's town, just like Travnik, located in a valley and watched over by a fascinating roman Fortress. Differently to Travnik, the Jajce fortress stands in the middle of the town and everything else is built around the hill where the fortress is located. Jajce is a town built in the 14th century, during those times it was the capital of the Independent Kingdom of Bosnia. It was protected by a large city gate which we will also visit. After, we move on to the most famous site of Jajce, which is the river Pliva waterfall which is located below the old town and this is the place where the river Pliva flows into the river Vrbas.

In this location, we will have a break with lunch and refreshments. You will enjoy the relaxing sounds and scents of these natural surroundings.

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