3 Days trip in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Budget: 0 USD - 250 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Food exploration Historical landmarks
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Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in Southeastern Europe known for its diverse cultural heritage, stunning natural landscapes, and complex history. With a multicultural society and a rich blend of influences, it offers visitors a unique experience and a glimpse into the fascinating Balkan region.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to BAM
BAM 1.80
️ 4.95°C
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Baščaršija

    120 minutes

    Start your day by exploring the heart of Sarajevo, Baščaršija. Wander through the narrow streets, admire the Ottoman architecture, and try Bosnian coffee and traditional burek pastry at one of the local cafes.

  2. Sarajevo City Hall

    90 minutes

    Visit Sarajevo City Hall, a magnificent Austro-Hungarian building that was destroyed during the war and reopened in 2014. Take a guided tour to learn about the history of the building and its role in Sarajevo's cultural life.

  3. Ćevabdžinica Petica

    60 minutes

    Finish your day with a dinner at one of Sarajevo's most popular Ćevabdžinicas (grill-houses), Petica. Try ćevapi (grilled meatballs) with somun bread and onion, and wash it down with a cold Sarajevsko beer.

Day 2

  1. Vrelo Bosne

    180 minutes

    Take a short trip to Vrelo Bosne, a beautiful nature park at the foot of Mount Igman. Explore the crystal-clear spring and waterfalls, rent a bicycle, and have a picnic with traditional Bosnian food at one of the park's tables.

  2. Bijela Tabija Fortress

    90 minutes

    Hike up to the Bijela Tabija Fortress for stunning panoramic views of Sarajevo. Learn about the fortress's history as a defensive structure against Ottoman invasions, and take amazing photos of the city skyline and surrounding mountains.

  3. Inat Kuća

    90 minutes

    Enjoy dinner at Inat Kuća, a charming restaurant that used to be a stubborn man's house who refused to move for the construction of a new bridge. Try traditional Bosnian dishes like Begova Čorba (meat soup) and Sarma (stuffed cabbage rolls).

Day 3

  1. Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque

    60 minutes

    Visit Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, one of the most beautiful and important mosques in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Learn about the mosque's history and architecture, and observe the daily prayer time with locals.

  2. Zlatna Ribica Bakery

    60 minutes

    Stop by Zlatna Ribica Bakery in Marijin Dvor for a quick and delicious snack like pita sa sirom (cheese pie) or krafne (donuts).

  3. War Childhood Museum

    120 minutes

    End your trip on a poignant and informative note with a visit to the War Childhood Museum. Hear the stories of Bosnia and Herzegovina's war through the eyes of local children who lived through it, and learn about the museum's mission to help young people deal with trauma and build a better future.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-15 USD per night
Bed and Breakfast
25-40 USD per night
50-80 USD per night


public transportation
1-2 USD per trip
5-10 USD per trip


Street food
2-5 USD per meal
Local restaurant
8-15 USD per meal
Fine dining restaurant
20-30 USD per meal


Walking tour of Sarajevo
10-20 USD per person
Visit to the Sarajevo Tunnel Museum
5-10 USD per person
Visit to the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque

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