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Bijambare cave , Blagaj , Mostar , Sarajevo Discover Destinations
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Arrival at the Sarajevo airport, where you will be met and assisted by a Relax Tours representative. Transfer to hotel. Check in, free time and overnight.
Sarajevo tour: Old town from 09 am till 17 pm
Breakfast at the hotel. At 10 am conference until 12 am. Proceed for a city tour of Old Town, Sarajevo. We will visit Bascarsija ( the oldest neigborhood in Sarajevo), outside view of city hall, Kujundziluk street, Sebilj, Gazi Husrev bey+s mosgue and bezistan ( market place), Tashlihan, Sarajevo meeting of culture, Stone bridge ( the place where First world war started). Free time for the lunch in the traditional Bosnian restaurant. Free time for shopping and individual activities. Return back to the hotel. Overnight in Sarajevo.
Sarajevo – Blagaj – Mostar - Sarajevo (cca 150km +/- 3hours) from 09am till 17pm
After breakfast, morning depart to Herzegovina region to city Mostar. We will visit Buna river springs in Blagaj on the way. In Blagaj guests will taste traditional roasted lamb in a beautifull restaurant on river bank (OPTIONAL). Proceed to Mostar, where we will have a city tour of this beautiful town. The highlight of Mostar is famous Old bridge and old town which are UNESCO HERITAGE SITE. Free time. Transfer back to Sarajevo. Overnight in Sarajevo.
Sarajevo – Bijambare cave - Sarajevo (cca 80km +/- 1hours) from 10am till 15pm
Breakfast at hotel. Today we will visit Bijambare cave, a Park of nature where we will visit Bijambare cave, a natural wonder. Guest will have free time inside of park and enjoy in nature. In noon hours return back to Sarajevo. Overnight stay in Sarajevo.
Breakfast and Check-out from the hotel. Morning visit “Vrelo Bosne” (sources of the river Bosna). It is a park of nature. Then, transfer to the biggest shopping center in Sarajevo “Sarajevo city center”. Free time for the lunch in the local restaurant. Transfer to Sarajevo International airport for a final departure. End of service.
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Sarajevo was founded in the early 15th century, at the junction of Roman roads in an area inhabited since the Neolithic Age. It was a time of expansion of the Ottoman Empire over the Kingdom of Bosnia, a time of great social and cultural changes. Ishak Bey Ishaković is regarded as a founder of Sarajevo – he was the first to build a mosque, a court, a bridge, and several public institutions - but the fact is that the city was established by native inhabitants of this region, Bosniaks, many of whom had by then already converted to Islam, a religion that came to this part (Balkan) of the world with the Ottomans. A rapid development of crafts and trade made Sarajevo a rich town, a crossroad of religions and cultures, trade routes, and all sorts of travellers. In the 16th century it was one of the most affluent cities in this part of the Balkans, and it was during this period that some of the monumental buildings were built which to this day represent masterpieces of the architecture and civilisation of that age. A higher education institution was also established under the legacy of Gazi Husrev Bey in 1537, which in almost all its aspects mirrored the universities of other large cities in Europe. Sarajevo has been a cosmopolitan city ever since it was founded. It was a place of refuge and settlement of Jews expelled from Spain in the 15th century, who built their synagogues, Orthodox churches, and then Catholic cathedrals were also built.