Bosnia and Herzegovina inherits the culture of wine growing and producing from the Illyrian period. You will feel authentic Herzegovinian village ambience and taste traditional wines Zilavka and Blatina and tradi- tional cuisine.
Day 1 | Sarajevo
Arrival to Sarajevo, meeting with tour escort and transfer to the hotel. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 2 | Kraljeva Sutjeska
After breakfast, excursion to Kraljeva Sutjeska (60km from Sarajevo), a place where you will see the oldest mosque, Monastery and Museum of medieval Bosnian history and Statue of the last Bosnian Queen Katarina. Return to Sarajevo, dinner and overnight.
Day 3 | Sarajevo
After breakfast, tour with a local guide: Baščaršija (the best preserved old bazaar in the Balkans), Bey’s Mosque (1580), Old Serbian Orthodox Church (with its Museum of Icons), Old Jewish Temple (1581), Catholic Cathedral, Tunnel Museum (unique opportunity of rescue from the surrounded Sarajevo during last war 1992-1995). Afternoon free at leisure to explore the beauty of Sarajevo on your own.
Day 4 | Mostar
After breakfast, departure to Mostar – the Gem of Herzegovina. After panorama, continues walking tour through the old part of town –its ancient walls tell timeless tales of the way it used to be – The Old Bridge area, Koski Memhmed Pasha’s or Karadoz-Bey’s Mosque, and the Turkish style house.
Day 5 | Wine and food tasting
Bosnia and Herzegovina inherits the culture of wine growing and producing from the Illyrian period.
After breakfast, on the way to vineyards
of Herzegovina we stop at Žitomislići – Žitomislići Monastery, which was built for the first time in the 15th century. After a panorama view of vineyards, visit the vinery and test the autochthonous wine Blatina and Žilavka of the cellar at Cerno (30km from Mostar). You will feel authentic Herzegovinian village ambience and taste homemade specialties. In the evening return to Mostar for dinner and overnight.
Day 6 | Wine and food tasting
On our way through eastern Herzegovina, first point is Blagaj (12 km from Mostar)- the town where one of the strongest karst spring is placed, near by Islamic Monastery – famous Dervish Tekia, today an attractive cultural monument, built in the 16th century. The trip goes on to Stolac in which is the most beautiful and significant necropolis of ‘’stećak’’, the original BH tombstone. Visit to family run winery Zadro near Stolac, testing traditional wines and the traditional cuisine. After an interesting tour through Herzegovina, return to Mostar.
Day 7 | Mostar – Sarajevo
After breakfast, departure to Sarajevo for the return flight.