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Visegrad Tour

82€ per person

Visit the UNESCO heritage site Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge.

 

Visegrad Tour

 

In our small but nature and culture enriched country, wherever you go, there is something interesting to be seen and a unique story to be heard! So the same goes for eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

One of the main landmarks of eastern Bosnia is Visegrad, a city on the banks of river Drina. Drina is a river that makes the eastern border of Bosnia. Beauty of nature surrounding this area and rich history was eternal muse and inspiration to many artists that visited Visegrad.

 

On the way to Visegrad you will notice green sides, natural landscapes and thick forests and as you approach river Drina, your amusement and curiosity will grow. After 2 hours drive from Sarajevo, you will reach your destination. Your guide will introduce you with the history of Visegrad and you will proceed to visit some of the town highlights.

 

The town is a home to the Ottoman-era Mehmed-pasa Sokolovic Bridge, an UNESCO world heritage site. Also, the old bridge was worldly popularized by Ivo Andric in his novel “The Bridge on the river Drina”. Apart from the Old Bridge, you will also visit Andricgrad (Andrictown), authentic tourist place dedicated to Ivo Andric.

 

Do not miss the opportunity to see this remarkable bridge and hear its important story!

 

Visit Visegrad with Invicta Travel !

 

To find out more about what Visegrad has to offer, visit Visegrad tourist info website.

 

We are proud to say that we are the first and the only tour & travel agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina that offers online bookings and credit card payments. We highly value your precious time so to fully book the tour with us will take just a few minutes.

 

Book Visegrad tour now with just a few clicks on the link below.

 

 

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by Helen - UK on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

This was a day packed with various experiences. We were treated to interesting information relating to the history and politics of BH. The drive to the bridge was an interesting exercise as it highlighted some of the countries political divisions and how these impact on peoples’ lives. Although it was cloudy with occasional rain, this is did not dull our enjoyment of seeing the bridge over the River Drina.

by Anne Marie - Denmark on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

Maybe everyone thinks that you should go to Mostar and maybe people tell you that nothing happens in Visegrad, but our trip to Visegrad went through the most beautiful mountains and landscapes, but most of all we had a very interesting, polite and friendly guide, well educated and easy to talk to and to learn more about the country and the people. It was like meeting a new friend.

We got picked up outside the flat in Konak we had rented for 4 days, and went one way to Visegrad to see the bridge over Drina and back again to Sarajevo another way. On the way back we visited another small town (I have forgotten the name). Everything was great, beautiful and very interesting.

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Pick up and drop off is provided at your place of stay in Sarajevo area
  • Departure Time
    8 AM
  • Return Time
    4 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
    Entry
    Hotels
    Meals & drinks
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Sarajevo
Pickup is made from your place of stay within Sarajevo area.
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Visegrad - Mehmed-pasa Sokolovic Bridge
Our first stop is Mehmed-pasa Sokolovic Bridge, one of the most monumental architecture pieces from Ottoman era and a magnificent witness of 400 years old history. The bridge is an UNESCO world heritage site which was popularized by Nobel Prize winning author Ivo Andric and his novel "The Brigde on the Drina".
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Andricgrad
Next place of visit is Andricgrad, a stone town inspired by the literary works and characters of Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric. It’s architecture is a mix of different eras and styles that passed throughout Visegrad history: the Byzantine style, Ottoman period, the Renaissance, and the Classicism.