One week in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a free ‘’On the road’’experience, where everything you willhave is a road map, rental car, a guidebook and Check Points (places for overnight stays) to be reached.

B7 days, 9 cities (Mostar-Sarajevo-Travnik –Banja Luka-Bihac-Jajce-Blagaj-Pocitelj-Medjugorje), almost 1000km – all ingredients for a unique recipe, a life experience.

Day 1: Mostar is the unofficial capital of Herzegovina, built along the river Neretva. The name Mostar originates from its ancient bridge (Stari Most) built in the 16thcentury. Mostar – Sarajevo 150km.

Day 2: Sarajevo is the capital and the biggest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its population is around 750.000 inhabitants. Known for the assassination attack scenario of the Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand (World War I). In 1984,the city hosted the XIV Winter Olympic Games. Between 1992 and 1995, Sarajevo hassuffered more than three years of siege, during the Bosnian war (1992-1995). Sarajevo – Travnik 100km.

Day 3: Travnik is a picturesque town of about 75.000 inhabitants. Travnik is famous for being the birthplace of the winner of the Nobel Prize for literature, Ivo Andric. Travnik – Banja Luka 140km.

Day 4: Banja Luka is the second biggest city in Bosnia nad Herzegovina. Banja Luka is an important cultural centre. It is located in northwestern Bosnia, on the bank ofthe Vrbas River. The whole city is full of tree-lined avenues, gardens and parks. Banja Luka – Bihac 160km.

Day 5: Bihac is a city and municipality on the river Una (national park) in the northwestern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. For some centuries it was a Gnostics pilgrims destination because it was believed that the Holy Grail was buried here. Bihac – Jajce 160km.

Day 6: Jajce is a city with a population of 24,319 inhabitants, situated on the confluence of the rivers Pliva and Vrbas. Jajce has a rich history and in its municipality there are 24 national monuments. In 2006 its historic center has beenproposed to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jajce – Mostar 170km.

Day 7 Mostar, Blagaj, Pocitelj, Medjugorje.Blagaj is located at the source of the river Buna, and contains a historical Tekke(Dervish Tekija or monastery). The Blagaj Tekija was built around 1520, with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean style and is considered anational monument. Pocitelj is a beautiful medieval village located on the left bank of the Neretva River. King Tvrtko built a fortress here in 1383, which was thenconquered by the Turks in 1471, as it is evidenced by the many monuments fromthe Ottoman present. Medjugorje has become famous throughout the world because, on June 24, 1981, for the apparition of the Virgin Mary. For this reason, Medjugorje has become a very popular destination of many pilgrimages. Mostar – Blagaj – Pocitelj – Medjugorje – Mostar 80km

Important note: The travel price can be lower if you are going with your own car, as same as it can be higher if you decide to take part in additional activities such as guided tours, rafting,hiking, etc. The starting point is the City of Mostar.


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