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Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls: Private tour from Dubrovnik

1. Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls: Private tour from Dubrovnik

Depart Dubrovnik and continue to the crystal-clear waterfalls of Kravice, formed by Trebizat River and now under state protection. Experience the beautiful shades of green and untouched nature around the falls. Follow the path of the Neretva River en route to Mostar. Admire how the river enriches the land and see tangerine and kiwi plantations. Arrive in Mostar, and discover a city of contrasts, rich in culture and divided by the waters of the river. Take a guided city tour and get some free time to explore alone to learn about the mix of eastern and western cultures. Depart for Dubrovnik after free time exploring in Mostar, and be dropped back at the hotel.

Mostar: Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum

2. Mostar: Sarajevo Grand Tour with Tunnel of Hope Museum

The first stop on your tour will be the city of Konjic, one of the oldest towns in the country with archaeological traces dating back 4,000 years. The written documents date way back from 14th century, but the appearance of the town as it stands today started to form once the Ottomans came onto the scene. Utilizing a well-maintained road, you will then weave through a landscape of beautiful Bosnian canyons, mountains, lakes, and historic towns to reach Sarajevo. Your second stop is the most famous museum: the Tunnel of Hope. There you will learn about the position of the museum and its famous mark in front of the entrance named "Sarajevo Rose". After seeing a short movie, a 1-hour long presentation starts which will explain the fall of Yugoslavia, the war in Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the creation and importance of the tunnel.  Following the tunnel, you'll advance towards the 1984 Olympics mountain of Trebević. It is the closest mountain to the center of Sarajevo and was part of the front line during the siege of Sarajevo. At this site you will have the opportunity to see and walk on the former bobsleigh and luge track, experiencing the most beautiful panoramic views of Sarajevo which unfortunately were also the main positions of the enemy army.   Just under the Trebevic Mountain lies the second-largest Jewish cemetery in Europe. The cemetery contains unique-shaped tombstones that can only be seen in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is believed their shape is influenced by medieval Bosnian tombstones named "Stecak". Once finished with the Jewish Cemetery, you will head to Sarajevo Old Town for a traditional Bosnian lunch. Following lunch the best way to explore the city is a walking tour. Your tour guide will accentuate to you a combination of Oriental, European, and Yugoslav influences, which create uniqueness and beauty seen nowhere else but Sarajevo. You'll see Muslim, Catholic Christian, Orthodox Christian, and Jewish architecture just a few minutes away from each other, whilst listening to Muslim calls to prayer at the same time as the sound of bells from nearby churches. You'll learn about the assassination that triggered World War I, as well as how Muslims and Jews protected each other through the different wars. At the conclusion of your scenic and education experience, it will be time to return to Mostar.

From Split/Trogir: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls with Lunch

3. From Split/Trogir: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls with Lunch

Take a day trip to see the bridges of Mostar and the Kravice Waterfalls with a guide. Drive 2.5 hours out of Split to see the outstanding architecture and natural beauty of Mostar. Its old town features the UNESCO-designated Stari Most Learn about history and local legends, enjoy a traditional lunch. Explore the natural beauty of the Kravice Waterfalls after lunch. See why this is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's hidden treasures before being dropped off back at your accommodation.

Sarajevo, Mostar & Jajce: 3-Day Best of Bosnia Private Tour

4. Sarajevo, Mostar & Jajce: 3-Day Best of Bosnia Private Tour

Start your three-day private tour in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a unique multicultural center. Learn about the legacies of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian empires, as well as communist Yugoslavia. Marvel at the cross-section of religions and listen to the simultaneous calls to prayer from different faiths. Explore the history of the most recent Balkan War in Sarajevo and learn about the four long years that the city and its people suffered under the constant threat of bombs. Visit the main locations from the 1990s Balkan War following the Siege of Sarajevo. See remnants of monuments preserved as reminders of the horrors of war. Hear the story of the Tunnel of Hope and get a better understanding of this memorial by watching a short documentary made during the war. On day two, travel from Sarajevo to Konjic, Blagaj, and Mostar in Herzegovina, the southern part of the country, which is known for its sunny, warm weather and wine production. Admire the lavender fields and take in the smell of the seaside. Visit Konjic, a small town known for its wood carving, and take a Bosnian coffee break beside the beautiful Neretva River. Wander through the UNESCO-designated old town area of Mostar and see the famous bridge, an impressive example of Ottoman-era architecture. Stop by Blagaj, a scenic town bordering the Buna River known for its fish restaurants. Travel to a traditional Ottoman town dating back to the 16th century and admire its amazing architecture. Day three is a trip from Sarajevo to Travnik and Jajce, the capital of the Bosnian kingdom during the 14th century. An important historic and tourist destination, Jajce is home to a famous waterfall where the Pliva River meets the Vrbas River. Visit the Royal Fortress, the Mlincici Complex, Pliva Springs, and the Catacomb Museum. On the road to Jajce, stop by the small well-preserved town of Travnik and see examples of Bosnian culture and lifestyle during the Ottoman period, including numerous mosques, houses, and fountains dating back hundreds of years.

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Both the guides were excellent! Edis had many interesting and personal stories from the war.

Adam was amazing. Very informative and overall and amazing day. Would recommend.