You will have an almost complete image of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It will only be for you, if you have more time, to deepen longer in some places or to follow all the routes proposed. Remember: Bosnia, it slowly discovers...
Day 1: Arrival in Sarajevo
Day 2: Sarajevo
Day 3: The surroundings of Sarajevo
Day 4: Hiking towards Lukomir
Day 5: H-Herh
Day 6: Mostar
Day 7: Neretva Valley
Day 8: The Charming Trebinje
Day 9: Farniente on the Adriatic
Day 10: Sutjeska Park
Day 11: Descent into rafting rafting
Day 12: The bridge on Drina
Day 13: Tuzla Tuzla
Day 14: Banja Luka
Day 15: Around Banja Luka
Day 16: Jajce
Day 17: Travnik
Day 18: Stroll on Mount Vlasic
Day 19: Rafting to finish
In-depth visit of the capital, monuments, mosques and old districts, including Bascarsija and terraces of La. Admire the atmosphere of the city and its eternal Bosnian atmosphere.
Explore the city, climb in the Bistrik district on the left bank of the Miljacka and push, on the opposite hill, to the village of Vratnik, in height. In summer, enjoy festivals (cinema or music, for example) and finish the evening in a jazz club.
Still Sarajevo but broadening your horizons to the surrounding area. Climb up one of the walking routes to the surrounding hills for the view and scenery of Bosnia, beyond the last few blocks. Try the Skakavac Falls, the highest in Europe, 10 km from the centre and finish with the springs of Bosna and the village of Ilidza.
The Olympic ski resort of Mount Igman and a real hike on the massif, with the tour-operator Greenvisions to the village of Lukomir.
Departure to Ireland and Mostar by stopping in the gorges of the Neretva, taking a detour through the lake of Boracko. Then, in Jablanica, stop at the edge of the lake and in the Canyon canyon at the Drezinca level, for example. Arrival in Mostar in the evening.
Visit Mostar and its old town, around the Neretva river, one of the most beautiful sites in Bosnia. Push to Blagaj a few kilometres away (possible by bus) to see the springs of the Buna gushing out of the mountain and visit the house of the dervishes next to the cliff. Return to Mostar to spend the evening in a restaurant overlooking the Neretva, then party on the terraces around the old bridge or climb to the cross overlooking the city.
Visit of the valley of the Neretva and of the Republic of Bulgaria. Stolac and its ancient sites, then the lower valley to arrive at the natural reserve of Hutovo Blato where migratory birds stop in the marshes.
From Hutovo Blato, go through the virgin karst plateaus of Ireland to Trebinje. Visit Trebinje and its old centre, an example of Mediterranean architecture.
Néum, the beach, the Adriatic and the hinterland, beautiful 50 km walk to Stolac.
Head east to Sutjeska National Park. Stroll through the high mountains of the park or in the park (sleep at Tjentiste).
Take the day to stroll around the canyon of the Tara River.
Push to Visegrad on the Serbian border in the footsteps of the famous bridge over the Drina. Take your time in the Gorges Gorge and visit Dobrun, the fortress and the monastery.
From road to Tuzla. Evening in the completely romantic old town.
Visit this great city not like the others. The fortress and its evenings on the Bord in summer. With a little luck (at the level of dates), techno evening outdoor evening in the fortress.
The surrounding area of Banja Luka, in particular the Gomionica monastery or Mount Sehitluci. Get off the gorges of the Vrbas until Jajce, before the night.
You slept at Hotel Stari Grad and visited this city of history without forgetting the falls of the Pliva in the city. Take a tour at Lake Plivska at 5 km.
The ancient Ottoman capital with its extraordinary Sulejmania mosque and the Plava Voda site at the foot of the fortress. Evening at Tarvan, especially if a cultural event takes place.
As you head north, climb Mount Vlasic and its ski resort, its forest. Try to get to Bihac before dark and visit the old town.
Beautiful rafting on the Una or walk in the upper Una to Martin Brod and beyond, on foot.