Information guide on Bosnia and Herzegovina A tourist schedule and places to visit, despite the tragedies of conflicts and the scourge of wars that Bosnia and Herzegovina suffered from until a long time, but it managed to shake off the dust of destruction from itself, wearing the beauty dress that made it an important destination for tourists from the West and from East is alike, where Bosnia and Herzegovina is famous for its mountains, rivers, legendary villages, and mythical cities, as well as for its cultural richness where many different religions and cultures meet to harmonize with each other and its people live in perfect peace and coexistence, and is characterized by its untouched and untouched landmarks And untainted after congestion, as well as cold climate and loss Althleej in the winter, and mild temperatures during the summer, and you are now Arab travelers are distinct tourist agenda in order to explore its landmarks and enjoy the fruits.
Tourist information about Bosnia and Herzegovina:
- The number of rivers has 300 rivers and more than 100 lakes in addition to the green nature, so it is the paradise of God on earth.
- The best times to visit start from May to October, while the rest of the months cover the snow most of its cities.
- It is advised to wander around Bosnia and Herzegovina by renting a car, as the gas prices there are lower along with the highways that are rare and the regional roads there in good condition, which gives more opportunity to enjoy the picturesque nature there.
Tourist schedule for Bosnia and Herzegovina with the lowest costs and for a period of three days:
Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is suitable for people with a limited budget, as there are many main tourist places that can be enjoyed in exchange for a simple financial return, in addition to the accommodation and food there are their prices are cheap, and here is a itinerary for a three-day trip and the program is:
On the first day, the capital city of Sarajevo will be the first destination:
The city of Sarajevo is an ancient city that is characterized by its tall old buildings and paved historical alleys. There you can stroll through Bascarsija and the old Sarajevo bazaar or cross the Miljaca River, to enjoy watching the oldest mosques there, such as the Al-Ghazi Khusraw Bey Mosque which was built in the 16th century, and there you can explore the ancient fountains and clock tower The buildings in this city are affected by a mixture of eastern Ottoman style with Hungarian and Austrian influences, all this is evident in every corner of the city, as this small city includes a number of museums, the most prominent of which is the National Museum, in which a huge number of samples and pain Exhibitions from history and nature, as well as the Bosnian Historical Museum, which houses many exhibits related to the siege of Sarajevo and about the civil war.
On the second day, Jablanica and Mostar will be the destination:
From the city of Sarajevo and heading south towards an hour from Sarajevo there is the city of Jablanica, this city of virgin nature in which there is the Neretva River which is the largest river in the eastern part of the Adriatic Sea basin, and among the most prominent features of this city we find the irresistible nature of its nature and its famous lake in addition to the mountains Wonderful, besides the presence of many historical remains dating back to World War II and there are many museums to document the history of the city and the conflicts and wars that it witnessed, and after completing the exploration of Jablanica the destination will be the city of Mostar that is famous for many of the landmarks B like the old main bridge in the country with a great popular as dating back more than four centuries ago, near the bridge, there are a number of jewelry shops, clothing, souvenirs, and a number of cafes.
Day 3 Visit to Jaichi, Banja Lukal and Yaysi:
Jaiichi is two hours away from the capital, then there can be visited the city center to enjoy the living history told by every corner of the buildings and houses in the region, where the scenes are wonderful design, and you can climb the bell tower that is located on the main hill in order to see the entire city with a dramatic scene where the picturesque nature That surrounds the city, and then a visit to the historic city of Yaysi, which abounds with wonderful natural scenery, and among its most famous landmarks are the Pliva Park and Waterfall, which is located next to the Pliva rivers and many mountains, and finally the city of Banja Luka, which is the last station where it is an hour away from Jiachi Visitors usually went to see the Pansky Dvor Palace and the Farhadija Mosque, visit the city’s castle, and visit the city’s famous shops and markets.
A one-week tourist schedule for Bosnia and Herzegovina:
In this tourist schedule, we will try to cover most places and attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the itinerary includes:
The first day will be in Sarajevo:
Where you will reach the city, then register with the hotel, and tour the old area of the city. This is the most authentic place where there are many shops and cafes, and enjoy riding motorcycles.
the second day :
In it, a visit will be made to visit the Pirlo Park in Bosnia, which is recommended to go by cabriolet, a visit to the Ghazi Khosrbak Mosque, a visit to the King Fahd Mosque, the Sarajevo Museum and the old area of Albashgarcia, a go to Farhadia Street, a visit to the Pyramids Tunnel and the Life Tunnel Museum, a visit to the Military Mosque at Mount Ijman, the Olympic Mountain and a visit Gas water fountains.
the third day :
This day will start from early morning, where you will go to Travnik and take a tour around the Blue River, visit the Yajitsa Park and Waterfalls as well as go to the Minister’s Castle Museum, and finally the huts (the antique mills waterfall), and in the evening go to the hotel for overnight.
the fourth day :
This day, you will be going to Bihac, where you can stroll around it to enjoy its beautiful rivers, visit Fatiha Mosque, Martin Brod Waterfall, Cleuch Castle and visit the Strabachke Buk Waterfall. Do not miss boat rides on Pliva Lake and eat at Voodoo Bad Restaurant.
- The fifth day :
And in it will go to the city of Contes, which includes many wonderful attractions, such as the Kravica waterfall, visit the Lake Yplinicia and the source of the Bona River, and visit Mostar, where the ancient bridge of Mostar.
- the sixth day :
This will be an optional day where you will walk to reach the Lokomer Plain in the mountains of Bielasnica, ski in the Olympic Mountains of Bielasnica, ski in the mountains of Jahorina, ride a boat on the Neretva River, or ride a mountain bike to wander around the mountains.
the last day :
A free tour will take place in Mostar, then leave for Medjorie, one of the most famous African cities in southeastern Europe, and then go to the Kravice Falls to enjoy the picturesque nature and swim under the waterfalls, and have lunch in Yabalancha to try the delicious roast lamb, and finally head to the hotel for luggage packages And ordering the bags, and then take a look farewell to Bosnia and Herzegovina by spending time hiking and wandering.