Explore Sarajevo, a living museum of history, tradition, and culture. Known for religious diversity, the city is called the Jerusalem of Europe. Explore locations that played an important role in the defense and resistance during the siege of Sarajevo.
What to Expect
Get picked up from your accommodation in Dubrovnik and begin this exciting private day trip to Sarajevo. Taking a ride in an air-conditioned and comfortable vehicle, learn about the history of Sarajevo, as well as of the places you pass-by from a knowledgeable guide.
Cross the border from Croatia to Bosnia and Herzegovina (don't forget to bring your passport) and enjoy the historically important and beautiful town of Pocitelj, with its Turkish-style architecture, before getting a quick glance at the striking 14th-century bridge of Mostar. Take a break and stretch your legs in Jablanica.
By the early afternoon, arrive in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. Admire the eclectic mix of architectural styles: Ottoman-era mosques hugging up to Austrian Habsburg-style neo-classical buildings. Learn from your guide about how World War I began here, as well as about the City during the war in the 1990s, collapse of Yugoslavia, the objectives of the war, plans for the division of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and so much more.
After the sightseeing tour, take some free time to enjoy the town at your own pace. Ask your guide for recommendation or just wander around, enjoy a coffee or stroll the streets. Later, return to Dubrovnik and get dropped off back at your accommodation.
- Transportation by luxury car or van
- English-speaking driver/guide
Know Before You Go
Your passport is required for this trip.