Bosnia and Herzegovina
The perfect 3 days itinerary

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. Known for its medieval villages, rivers, and lakes, it's a land of stunning natural beauty and rich history. The capital city, Sarajevo, is a vibrant cultural hub with a mix of Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, and modern influences. The historic city of Mostar is famous for its iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge). This itinerary will guide you through the highlights of Bosnia and Herzegovina over a three-day trip.

What to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

This 3 days itinerary is the perfect guide to the best things to see in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It includes day-by-day activities, travel tips, and the top places to visit.

Day 1: Exploring Sarajevo

Morning

Start your day in Sarajevo with a visit to Baščaršija, the old bazaar and the cultural and historical center of the city. Wander through the narrow streets filled with shops selling traditional crafts and souvenirs. Don't miss the Sebilj Fountain, an iconic symbol of Sarajevo.

Afternoon

Visit the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, one of the most important Islamic structures in the country. Then, head to the Latin Bridge, the site of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which triggered World War I. Explore the Sarajevo Tunnel Museum to learn about the city's siege during the Bosnian War.

Evening

Enjoy a traditional Bosnian dinner at a local restaurant. Try dishes like cevapi (grilled minced meat) and burek (savory pastry). End your day with a stroll along the Miljacka River.


Day 2: Day Trip to Mostar

Morning

Take an early morning train or bus to Mostar, a city known for its stunning architecture and historic sites. Start your visit with the iconic Stari Most (Old Bridge), a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Neretva River from the bridge.

Afternoon

Explore the old town of Mostar, with its cobbled streets and charming shops. Visit the Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque for panoramic views of the city. Don't miss the Old Bazaar, where you can find traditional Bosnian crafts and souvenirs.

Evening

Have dinner at a riverside restaurant with a view of the Stari Most. Try local dishes like dolma (stuffed vegetables) and baklava for dessert. Return to Sarajevo in the evening.


Day 3: Nature and Relaxation

Morning

Head to the Vrelo Bosne, a beautiful park at the source of the Bosna River. Enjoy a peaceful walk through the park's lush greenery and take a horse-drawn carriage ride.

Afternoon

Visit the town of Konjic, known for its Ottoman-era bridge and stunning natural surroundings. You can also explore the Tito's Bunker, a Cold War-era nuclear bunker that has been turned into a museum.

Evening

Return to Sarajevo and spend your last evening enjoying the city's vibrant nightlife. Visit a local café or bar and mingle with the friendly locals.


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