7 Days trip in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Historical landmarks Outdoor adventures
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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
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Day 1

  1. Old Town Sarajevo

    120 minutes

    Begin your exploration of Sarajevo's historic Old Town area. Visit buildings that were constructed in the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian eras, and see age-old structures such as Bascarsija Square, Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, and the Latin Bridge. Learn about the city's long history from your guide as you stroll through the streets.

  2. Vrelo Bosne

    180 minutes

    After lunch, take a leisurely stroll through the Vrelo Bosne nature reserve which has plenty of picnic areas and cottages. Check out the ponds and bridges or take a boat ride down the small Vrelo Bosne river.

  3. Dveri Restaurant

    120 minutes

    End your first day by dining at Dveri Restaurant, which offers traditional Bosnian cuisine. The restaurant's cozy decor and friendly service are perfect for unwinding after a long day of exploring.

Day 2

  1. Sarajevo War Tunnel Museum

    90 minutes

    Visit the Sarajevo War Tunnel Museum to learn about the Bosnian War from 1992 to 1995. The museum showcases the tunnel that was used to transport food, medicines, and weapons into the city during the war. It's a moving experience that gives insight into the city's history.

  2. Trebevic Mountain

    180 minutes

    Take a cable car to the Trebevic Mountain for stunning views of the city and its surrounding area. Once at the top, explore the ruins of the 1984 Winter Olympics bobsled track, visit the spots of concrete bunkers, a tunnel system, and trenches from the 1990s Bosnian-Serb conflicts. There are also several hiking trails and ziplining.

  3. Čajdžinica Džirlo Tea House

    90 minutes

    Savor traditional Bosnian tea, sweets, and coffee at the charming Čajdžinica Džirlo Tea House, which has a diverse selection of different teas. The teahouse is decorated with colorful carpets, handicrafts, and has a relaxed atmosphere to unwind in.

Day 3

  1. Kravice Falls

    240 minutes

    Embark on a day trip outside of Sarajevo to the stunning Kravice Falls, which is a popular swimming area and picnic spot. The cascading waterfalls are 25 meters high and surrounded by lush greenery, making it an ideal place for nature lovers.

  2. Pocitelj

    120 minutes

    After visiting Kravice Falls, make a stop at Pocitelj, a 15th-century fortress that showcases traditional Ottoman-style architecture. The fortress overlooks the beautiful valley of the Neretva River and has a great view of the Dinaric Alps as you walk around.

  3. Mala Kuhinja

    90 minutes

    Head back to Sarajevo and try out Mala Kuhinja for dinner. It's a small eatery that offers a range of delicious traditional Bosnian dishes at affordable prices.

Day 4

  1. Jahorina Ski Resort

    300 minutes

    Head to the Jahorina Ski Resort for skiing or snowboarding experience. If you're visiting in summer you, can still go hiking, or mountain biking. The resort offers some of the best slopes in the region and is only a short distance from Sarajevo.

  2. Ilidza

    120 minutes

    While returning, make a stop at Illidza, a suburb of Sarajevo. It has excellent hiking trails and a lovely walking area to stretch your legs. If time allows, visit the Vrelo Bosne park area again.

  3. Kibe Mahala

    120 minutes

    Treat yourself to a fancier dinner at Kibe Mahala, a restaurant that serves traditional Bosnian delicacies with a modern twist. The restaurant has an excellent reputation for its ambiance, service, and food.

Day 5

  1. Bijambare Caves

    180 minutes

    Visit the Bijambare Caves, which were discovered in the late 1970s. Located in the village of Bijambare, the caves are a series of underground lakes with naturally formed stalactites and stalagmites. It is an amazing place to visit for anyone who has an interest in geology and cave formations.

  2. Sarajevo City Hall

    90 minutes

    Learn more about Sarajevo's history at the Sarajevo City Hall, which was built in the early 20th century and developed to become a stunning example of the Austro-Hungarian Secessionist architecture. The building has had different purposes over time, including a city hall and national library, but now has been recently restored to its former glory for visitors to see.

  3. Burek Sarajevo ćevapi

    60 minutes

    Grab a quick dinner at Burek Sarajevo ćevapi. The restaurant is known for serving freshly made burek and juicy sausages, known as ćevapi.

Day 6

  1. Sarajevo National Theatre

    120 minutes

    Take in some culture at the Sarajevo National Theatre, which hosts a wide range of events, including ballet, theater, opera, and music concerts.

  2. Latin Bridge

    120 minutes

    Walk the historic bridge, the Latin Bridge, where Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, which plunged Europe into World War I. The bridge now serves as a site of historical importance and a popular tourist location.

  3. Kovači Cemetery

    60 minutes

    Wrap up the day at Kovaci cemetery where exhibits various grave markers designed by some of Bosnia's most accomplished painters, sculptors, and calligraphers.

Day 7

  1. Sarajevo City Museum

    180 minutes

    Wrap up your visit with a stop at Sarajevo City Museum. It’s a small museum, but provides visitors with a good overview of the history of Sarajevo, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, with several interactive displays and real-time documentaries. Ensures you have an enjoyable and thrilling tour of the Bosnian regions and beautiful cities of Sarajevo.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-15 USD per night
30-50 USD per night
25-40 USD per night


1-5 USD per ride
5-15 USD per ride
Rental car
25-50 USD per day


Street food
1-5 USD per meal
Local restaurants
5-15 USD per meal
Upscale dining
15-30 USD per meal


Entrance fee to museums and historical landmarks
3-10 USD per person
Outdoor adventures
20-50 USD per tour/experience
City sightseeing tours
10-20 USD per tour

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