4 days in Bosnia and Herzegovina

4 days in Bosnia and Herzegovina

299€ per person

Take a personalized short trip through Bosnia and Herzegovina. Spend 3 nights in Sarajevo in 4* hotel with tours of Old Town Bascarsija, Mostar, Konjic and Blagaj, along with a trip to the mountains.


4 Days in Bosnia & Herzegovina


You need a short duration travel package? You want to see the best of Bosnia and Herzegovina tourism in four days? Are you combining traveling to Bosnia with another surrounding countries ? If this is so, this package is ideal for you !


Spend 3 nights in Sarajevo with day trip to Herzegovina and surrounding Olympic mountains.


Bosnia and Herzegovina is a heart shaped country that will charm you with its amazing natural beauty. Besides our nature, Bosnia is also country with very friendly people, rich history and great food. 


There are three things makes Bosnia & Herzegovina worldwide famous. One is the Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand that triggered the World War I. Second are the 14th Winter Olympic games and the third is the aggression against the Republic of BiH ’92 – ’95.


Bosnia nowadays is a perfect destination for those who want to avoid tourist crowds. 


We want to bring Bosnia closer to you. That is why you can be sure that you will have your private guidance through your vacation. All of our tours are made by intention to make you fall in love with this country.  Once you arrive to Bosnia, our staff is 24/7 available for communication. We are here on your service making each day of Bosnia holiday itinerary unforgettable.


Apart from Sarajevo, you will take a visit to Herzegovina and it’s jewels and pearls, Mostar, Konjic and Blagaj. Mostar is a world famous city with its Old Bridge. Mostar Old Brigde is an UNESCO monument that proudly stands above the green Neretva river. Konjic is a small town dating from Ottoman empire. Blagaj, with its source of river Buna, is truly a hidden gem in our country and you will no doubt be amazed with the energy of this unique place.




Staying in Sarajevo, the capital,  a 500 years old history will be there right in front of you.  Nearly three quarters of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital was destroyed or damaged by shells and bombs during the war. Since then, Sarajevo has mostly returned to being the vibrant city of years past. Sarajevo’s Old Town blends East and West. Visitors can feel they’re in Vienna one minute and in Istanbul the next.


Sarajevo’s Ottoman past can be felt in the cobbled streets around Bascarsija. Here topped copper-green domes overlook narrow alleyway craft bazaars. Meanwhile, grand relics from the Austro-Hungarian Empire span the streets around Ferhadija.


In Sarajevo, you will see signs of the city’s terrible recent past. Shrapnel-scarred walls and ruins can be found everywhere. Cemeteries are all around the surrounding hillsides.


But nevertheless, Sarajevo is a city that embraces life.




Herzegovina region is a place where numerous civilizations have met and passed by. In Herzegovina each and ever visitor has left its mark. Herzegovina climate is mostly Mediterranean with a few rainy days over the year. Mostar is a center of Herzegovina region and one of the most visited cities in Bosnia & Herzegovina.


By visiting Mostar along with Konjic and Blagaj, your day trip will be colored by Herzegovina sun and emerald green Neretva river. For those who want do explore more of Herzegovina, we arrange one overnight in Mostar. After waking up in the sunniest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kravica waterfall and Pocitelj town will offer a heaven for your eyes.


Olympic Mountains


After lessons in history, it is time to go back to Bosnia and its forest mountains. These gorgeous mountains hosted Winter Olympic games in 1984. The story of the Olympic games in Sarajevo starts back on May 18, 1978. On that day in Athens, the International Olympic Committee entrusted Sarajevo with the organization of the Olympic games. Sarajevo won over contesting cities Sapporo and Gothenburg.


Spend a day in nature and enjoy the guide’s storytelling about the best organized Olympic games of its time.




Does all of this make you feel curious about our country? If so, just let us know and our team will do the best to provide you unforgettable holiday in Bosnia.


This package is ideal for solo travelers, families with kids and couples. Private tours offer you a comfortable guidance where the guide is on your service for each day.


All of our guides are very enthusiastic and flexible. Our guides are trained to treat guests with honesty, respect and to share the knowledge and love of their country.


We listen your wishes. That is why we give you an opportunity to make changes in the itinerary according to your interests.


Family with kids can tailor their own itinerary to make kids happy. Seniors can easily reschedule the itinerary per each day.


Once you are already in Bosnia, make yourself comfortable. Let your personal guide take you to memorable trip through this small but big heart country.




You have decided to book the Bosnia Holiday package. But you don’t want to bother yourself with bank transactions? No worries!


We never waste your time! Just a few steps take you to finalizing booking and payment through our website.


We are proud to say that we are the only travel agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina that offers online bookings and credit card payments.


Package price is made on 2 travelers in double room sharing basis.


Take the most out of your Bosnia holiday with local expert Invicta Travel !



  • 3 nights in 4* hotel “Aziza” in Sarajevo
  • Private tours with professional English speaking guide
  • Airport transfers
  • Private transport in modern and comfortable vehicle
  • Breakfast at the hotel every day
  • All taxes, parking fees, fuel, highway and road costs



  • Meals and drinks
  • Tips for guide
  • Entrance fees where needed
  • Airplane tickets
  • Travel insurance
  • Porterage
  • Personal spendings


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by Amanda on Invicta Travel Sarajevo
Very good services and company

I visited Bosnia in December and I took some tours with Invicta Travel and I really had wonderfull experience.

by Elspeth - Australia on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

From the time I contacted Dzenana to talk about tour options she has been warm and helpful, giving me all sorts of good advice. Her kindness has gone above and beyond as she waited for me at the airport as I dealt with a damaged suitcase. She helped me with bus tickets and provided an extremely informative war tour and kindly took me to the bus station at the end of my stay. She also organized the following two private tours at highly competitive rates. I am most grateful to her for all her many kindnesses.

The tour to Srebrenica with Safet was sensational. His breadth of knowledge meant that I had an understanding of the political complexities that lead to the situation. As we traveled through the beautiful autumn countryside of Bosnia I felt free to ask all sorts of different questions about both the local political and the broader geo political situation of the war.

Srebrenica memorial is powerful in its simplicity. There is a large variety of photographic displays across the road which is well worth seeing.

Safet is an artist of considerable talent. I was privileged to see photos of some of his work and to discuss them with him.

For me the purpose of the day was to bear witness to genocide: our conversation both deepened that, including other atrocities and sufferings that were an integral part of the war, and also added breadth as we discussed history, art, psychology and sociology. Truly a magnificent tour. Thank you Safet.

My final tour was with Edin. It was to Travnik and Jajce. Edin was knowable about the medieval history of the places we visited as well as being willing to talk about Bosnia’s recent history. Both the countryside and the towns visited were beautiful. Edin was kind and patient as I slowly navigated some challenging cobblestones.

Bosnia is a beautiful country, with warm and friendly people. I am so pleased I used Invicta Travel.

by Cecily - Australia on Invicta Travel Sarajevo
Highly recommended

I was traveling solo from Dubrovnik to Sarajevo. Invicta arranged a guide/driver for me together with sight seeing along the way. As I was traveling alone, I felt a little apprehensive but my guide Safet drove carefully and soon put me at ease. He was very informative about his country and strives to provide a good service for his tourists. I also did a walking our and tunnel tour with Safet and again learnt so much about his country and city.

I highly recommended both Safet and the company. Good luck to both the company and Safet.

by Julia - Russia on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

I would say to anyone considering a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina to contact Invicta Travel. Invicta Travel is a team of young and client-oriented people who can propose any rich trip programme in a short time. I stayed only four days in Bosnia in July 2017 but I wanted to discover all main wonders of Bosnia and Herzegovina including Sarajevo, Mostar, Blagaj, Medugorje, Kravice, Neum. Invicta Travel prepared the most acceptable trip route at a right price. The driver guide called Edin was a true professional both as a driver and travel guide.

The road that connects Neum, the only Bosnia and Herzegovina’s city that exits the Adriatic Sea, wasn’t an easy road as upon reasonable advice of Invicta Travel we didn’t enter the territory of Croatia but took the but took a detour so as to avoid traffic jams crossing borders and gain precious time. I would recommend excellent driver guide Edin to anybody who has little time but wants to cross the main wonders of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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4 days
  • Departure
    All transfers from arrival to departure included
  • Departure Time
    The tours start every day at 9:00
  • Return Time
    Approximately 4 to 6 PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual - In summer light - In winter warm according to weather conditions
  • Included
    Free entrance
    Personal guide
    Pickup & drop off
    Private vehicle
  • Not Included
    Meals & drinks


  • Bascarsija
  • City Hall
  • Assassination of Franz Ferdinan point – Latin bridge
  • Old Yewish Temple
  • Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures spot
  • Catholic Cathedral
  • Orthodox Church
  • Markale Market place
  • Eternal flame monument
  • Vrelo Bosne – source of river Bosna


  • Old stone bridge in Konjic
  • Jablanicko lake
  • Neretva canyon
  • Mostar Old Bridge – Stari Most
  • Mostar Old Town
  • Source of river Buna
  • Dervish house – Blagaj tekke


  • Ski jumps resort on Igman
  • Babin do Bjelasnica

Day 1 - Sarajevo

  • A warm welcome at Sarajevo International Airport. The guide will give you the main information about Bosnian currency, exchange office, post office etc. When you get ready to go, our guide will transfer you to the hotel introducing you with the rest of the city. After check-in it is time to explore the city.
  • Sightseeing starts from the Sebilj. A famous wooden fountain located in the heart of Bascarija – Old town. Strolling down through the streets from XVI century, don’t be surprised if it remind  you to  Istanbul. You will find yourself in the middle of Ottoman architecture with small coffeehouses craftsman’s shops and the smell of food and coffee. The old Stay In, Coppersmith street, Gazy Husrev- bey’s Mosque, Library, Clock tower, Old bazar Bezistan are just some of the highlights of this Ottoman area.
  • Suddenly at some point you will realize scenery around you is completely different. You are standing at the point where East meet West. There is no other European city that has exact line of meetings of two cultures: Western and Orient. Make a step from Istanbul to Vienna.  Let’s find out why Sarajevo is often called “Jerusalem of Europe”. At very small area there is at least half a dozen places of worship of four religious: Islam, Judaism, Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox Church. The sound of church bell mix with a call for prayer by muezzin.
  • One of the most famous spots is the place of Assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in 1914. This led to the First World War and shaped the history of Europe forever. You can stand at this very place.
  • 1425 days – 3 years, 10 months and 24 days. That’s how long Sarajevo was under the siege in early ’90. It is pretty incredible that both first and last most important events of the 20th century happened in this very city.
  • The walking tour finish by the Eternal flame – a monument from the times of Yugoslavia.
  • You will be transferred back to your hotel. Overnight at hotel in Sarajevo

Day 2 - Mostar, Konjic and Blagaj

  • After the rich breakfast at the hotel, the guide will meet you and take you to the sunny and warm part of our country, Herzegovina.
  • Your first stop will be Konjic, small town dating from Ottoman empire. It is located in between mountains, with cristal clear Neretva river. The town used to be famous after its amazing surroundings but from recently there is a new attraction – Tito's atomic shelter.
  • Tito's bunker, one of the top secrets of former Yugoslavia, is hidden under the mountain Zlatar, with the deepest of 280 meters underground. The bunker was built for 26 years in secret, with its main purpose to protect Josip Broz Tito, the president of former Yugoslavia, and 350 people from political and state leadership in case of nuclear attack.
  • Note* Tito's bunker is included in this stop only upon request.
  • After a short coffee break, with a nice view of the Old Ottoman style bridge, you will proceed to Mostar. Camera is a must have. The scenery is breathtaking.
  • Mostar is the center of Herzegovina region. After introduction to the history of this region, you are going directly to the worldwide known Old Bridge – Stari Most.
  • Stari Most is a 16th century, Ottoman style bridge and Mostar's most notable architectural landmark. Stretching 28 meters across Neretva river, it connect the two sides of the city. It proudly stood there for 427 years, until it was destroyed in 1993 during the Bosnian war. Thanks to postwar restoration efforts,a new bridge was built in 2004.
  • Unless you visit Mostar during winter, you will definitely get a chance to watch brave yet talented local men dive off the bridge, plunging 20 meters into the cold river below.  The practice of diving off the bridge started back 1664 and become the tradition for the young man of Mostar. In 1968, the city even held a formal diving competition, which still continues today.
  • The walk continues to Koski Pasha Mehmed mosque, built in 1618. It is a simple but pretty mosque. For a small fee you can enter the mosque and even climb the very narrow staircase in the minaret for the most spectacular view of Mostar and the Old Bridge.
  • Lunch time? It is your choice ! Lunch beside the Old Bridge or in Blagaj – our next stop? Any choice is just perfect.
  • Blagaj , heaven of peace and harmony is just 15 min drive form Mostar. It is an ancient capital of Herzegovina. The Buna spring is simply breathtaking. It is also one of the largest sources of drink water in Europe.
  • Next to the water source, is a 16th century Dervish house – Tekke. It is still one of the most mystical places in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The place is still used for dervish gathering but it is also a museum. While being there one can definitely feel the spiritual power of this place.
  • Blagaj is a perfect place to end the third day of your Bosnia holiday. It is time to make your self comfortable and drive back to Sarajevo.
  • You will be returned to Sarajevo and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in 4* hotel in Sarajevo.

Day 3 - Sarajevo Olympic Mountains

  • Breakfast at the hotel. This day you will be taken to the Olympic beauties that surrounds Sarajevo. Igman and Bjelasnica are both just a half an hour drive from Sarajevo. In 1984 Sarajevo was the center of the world.
  • Igman was the venue for competitions in Nordic ski disciplines, skiing and biathlon, as well as 70 and 90 meter ski jumps.
  • During the summer the mountain offers a multitude of marked cycling trails, as well as places where both athlets and amateurs can play football, wollewball and basketball.
  • After Igman, you are heading to Bjelasnica. Mount Bjelasnica with 2,067m hight was named after the white snow cover which remains on its tops until August. During the XIV Winter Olympic Games, Bjelasnica hosted competitions in alpine skiing disciplines for men. Downhill, slalom and giant slalom tracks were built at the time. The entire infrastructure of the ski center and hotel facilities were destroyed during the last war.
  • As you will notice, Bjelasnica today is restoring its former glory of an Olympic center. Take a break in a local cafe and enjoy a view of the magnificent nature. You can also take s nice walk through the ski center or even a cable car ride to the top.
  • After a half day in nature, you will be transported to the hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day in leisure and shopping. Overnight at 4* hotel in Sarajevo.

Day 4 - Sarajevo

  • Breakfast at the hotel. Recommended check out is at 11.00am. If our flight is late afternoon, we will take care of your luggage so you can do a final souvenir shopping or simply have a cup of Bosnian coffee or cevapi.
  • That is the way to say goodbye to Sarajevo. Until next time, take home wonderful memories of Invicta Travel and Bosnia & Herzegovina.