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Vodimo Vas putevima otomanskog carstva Upoznajte Bosnu i Hercegovinu Golden tours - agencija sa povjerenjem BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA Bosnia & Herzegovina is a country situated within southern eastern part of Europe at western part of the Balkan Peninsula. Northern, western and southern parts of Bosnia & Herzegovina are bordering with Republic of Croatia and eastern part with Republic of Serbia and Monte Negro. The capitol of Bosnia & Herzegovina is city of Sarajevo. After fallen of ex – Yugoslavia, on 05th of April 1992, Bosnia & Herzegovina declared its independency. According to certain statistical data (new census list is expected to be available until 2014) around 3,950,000 citizens are living and habituating in Bosnia & Herzegovina. During first several centuries of the new era, Bosnia & Herzegovina was a part of the Roman Empire. After fallen of Roman Empire, both Byzantine Empire and western successors of Roman Empire claimed Bosnia & Herzegovina territory. Slavic tribes inhabited Bosnia & Herzegovina during 7th century. With exception of today’s eastern Herzegovina and Humin area, during 10th& 11th centuries, Bosnia & Herzegovina became a part of Croatian Kingdom. At the end of 11th and beginning of 12th century, Bosnia & Herzegovina became a part of the Hungarian Kingdom till 1463, when Turkish Empire subjected a majority of Bosnia & Herzegovina territory. On 25th of October 1478, the last Bosnian Queen Katarina Kosaca – Kotromanic deceased at Rome. During Turkish Empire government many Bosnians accepted Islam as their religion. Turkish Empire ruled Bosnia & Herzegovina till 1878 when Bosnia & Herzegovina fallen under Austro – Hungarian protectorate. However, different Slavic enclaves in foreign countries intended to unify all southern Slavic enclaves. The First World War was initiated when Austro – Hungarian prince was killed at Sarajevo. After fallen of Austro – Hungarian Kingdom, Bosnia & Herzegovina entered Kingdom of Yugoslavia. During Second World War, Bosnia & Herzegovina was a part of Independent State of Croatia but only for a short period of time. Socialistic Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was established after Second World War and Bosnia & Herzegovina became one of the republics within this Federation. After fallen of ex – Yugoslavia during 1991 and referendum for independency during February 1992, Bosnia & Herzegovina claimed itsindependency as a sovereign country. The majority of Bosnia & Herzegovina citizens attended this referendum except Bosnian Orthodox who, with help of Serbian government, started a war in Bosnia & Herzegovina (based on the ethnic principle) in order to occupy certain territories of Bosnia & Herzegovina and annex it to Serbia. Soon, this war claimed whole territory of Bosnia & Herzegovina and all ethnic groups. During March 1994 Bosnian Catholics and Muslims signed a treaty confirming establishment of Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina including certain relationship with Republic of Croatia. During November 1995 all warfare sides involved signed Dayton Peace Accord that stopped this horrible war. The final document was signed during December 1995 in Paris.Dayton Peace Accord divided Bosnia & Herzegovina into two entities, Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina and Republic of Srpska. Bosnia & Herzegovina, with its mosques, churches, synagogues, libraries, Turkish baths, and other monuments represent true historical museum. Certain historical parts of Bosnia & Herzegovina are preserved in its core and many streets and buildings held their originally assigned names such as “abdesthana, cikmazsokak, sogukpinar, EvliyaCelebi”, etc. Sometimes, Islamic clerks held their prayers on Turkish language, Eid Mubarak greeting “Bajram Serif Mubarak Olsun” is commonly used and “Basig Sag Olsun” is often used during Muslim funerals. By sightseeing cities of Sarajevo, Mostar, Travnik, Srebrenica, Tuzla, etc. every visitor will enjoy rich history of Bosnia & Herzegovina, its natural beauty and tourist potentials. SARAJEVO, the Capitol of Bosnia & Herzegovina Sarajevo is the Capitol of Bosnia & Herzegovina and represent its biggest urban, cultural, economic and transportation center. Miljacka river flow through the city of Sarajevo, Bosna river spring is situated in a vicinity of the city, including its popular excursion site “Vrelo Bosne”. Comparing its size with some other capitols, Sarajevo is not a large city, but Sarajevo is more known then some other larger capitols due to its ecclesiastical, historical and natural look. Although there are many things to be seen in Sarajevo, the most popular sightseeing parts are center and old town stretching through Miljacka river valley. Old, narrow streets stretching on both sides of the river are worth of visit. The heart of old part Bascarsija is well known square with one of the oldest city public spring construction always surrounded by pigeons. This is an excellent place for a Turkish coffee and short brake. Ottoman Governor Hadzi Mehmed – pasha Kukavica who governed Bosnia & Herzegovina in its past, built his first public spring on Bascarsija during 1753. During 1891 this spring was reconstructed in Mauro stile by famous architect Aleksandar Vitek, representing a copy of stone shape public spring construction monument from Constantinople, and it was removed and placed where it seats now. All coffee shops surrounding public spring construction are serving Turkish coffee with famous Turkish sweets. On the one side of the Bascarsija square is an entrance to “Kazandziluk”, a street well known by production and trade of hand – made cuprum dishes with oriental ornaments, including many ancient relicts’ and antiquities. Also, it is worth to visit Muslim’s cemetery where are many 1992 – 1995 war heroes buried. The first President of independent Bosnia & Herzegovina, Mr. Alija Izetbegovic is also buried at this cemetery. It is worth to visit Bascarsija, Gazi Husrev Beg (Sultan Suleiman nephew) mosque and Islamic school, library who burnt for many days during the war, visit to original clock – tower and listen prayers, catholic cathedral and orthodox churches bells and synagogues, visit to Emperor Mosque built as a present for Fatih Sultan Mehmet. One of the previous war monuments is a salvation tunnel, built under the runway of Sarajevo International Airport, presenting the only exit away of surrounded Sarajevo. Around 3 million crossings on both sides of the salvation tunnel are noted during 30 months of its usage. After the war, Sarajevo Canton government took – over responsibility to maintain this symbol of free Sarajevo as a museum containing many photos, video clips and objects used in tunnel during period when it was the only passage and link with the rest of the world. TRAVNIK Town of Travnik is situated in the Lasva river valley, right between mountain of Vlasic on the north and mountain Vilenica on the south. Travnik fortress is the most impressive fortress in Bosnia & Herzegovina, still standing as the best preserved fortress of all. Name Travnik exists since this period. Period of Turkish Empire restored the glory of Travnik in its famous beauty. Travnik was a capitol and military center of the Ottoman Empire in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Places to visit in Travnik are Old Town, Blue Water, clock – towers (Travnik is the only town in the world with two clock – towers built) sun – clock, a complex where 77 dukes ruled through 151 year’s period, 17 mosques of which the most famous one is Sulejmanija Mosque, a birth place of famous writer and Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric, famous monuments to great rulers situated all over town of Travnik, Islamic high school and many, many other ancient monuments. MOSTAR The name of Mostar is based upon ancient bridge guardians (Bridge stands for Most on Bosnian language) protecting bridges all over Neretva river. This city is worldwide famous due to its Old Bridge built during 16th century, devastated during a recent war in 1993 and rebuilt again during 2004 by using most of it original stone taken out of the Neretva river. Old Bridge is the first monument in Bosnia & Herzegovina listed on the UNESCO protected world culture monument’s list. It is single arc construction joining left and right banks of the Neretva river. Single arc span is 28,7 m with 21 m height above river level during summer time. Originally, the bridge was built 1566 by the Turkish builder Hajrudin. On the 09th of November 1993, local Christians devastated bridge by tank shells. It has been completely rebuilt during 2004. Every year during a month of July water high – jumps competition is held on the bridge. By visiting the Old Bridge, every visitor will enjoy a memorable view on the green – colored Neretva river and ancient constructions surrounding river’s banks. City of Mostar is one of the biggest urban tourist centers in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Also, it is worth to visit Koski Mehmet pasha and Karadjoz mosques, Muslim’s cemetery and many other ancient monuments in Mostar. TUZLA Tuzla is one of the oldest settlements in the Europe with its continuity of inhabitation. Tuzla is the city which name is related to the salt in the past history, a natural resource remained under Tuzla after withdrawal of Pannonia Sea into Black Sea 10 million years ago. This natural resource remained in a way of salt water and blocks of stone salt. Part of Pannonia Sea is returned to Tuzla after construction of the unique and the only salt lake in the Europe – Pannonia Lake, literally in a downtown Tuzla. Tuzla is surrounded by mountains, from northwest by mountain Majevica and from southwest by mountains Ozren, Konjuh and Javornik. Oldest houses of stilts in Europe has been found in Tuzla dating from neolith era (Stone Age period) and other houses of stilts found in Europe are dating to Iron Age period. Several ancient relicts dating from neolith era has been found in Tuzla and special place is belonging to salt production dishes. These archeological artifacts confirm that even neolith era habitants exploited salt resources in this region. Tuzla is the only city in the Europe having salt lake complex situated downtown area. Within this complex there are Salt Waterfalls 18 m heights with two swimming pools size 320 m2 in total and sunbathing area size 300 m2, extremely suitable for sunbathing and salt air vapors inhalation. During 2006 an Archeological Park has been opened for visitors within this complex presenting houses of stilts from neolith era and Geological Museum. The houses of neolith stilts represents a way of life that existed in this region 7000 year’s ago and it’s based on neolith era artifacts found. Period when these artifacts has been created is confirmed Archeological Institute Vienna by using C4 method. Freedom Square in Tuzla is one of the biggest squares in Bosnia & Herzegovina with it’s famous “Barok” building existing from Austro – Hungarian period. It is absolutely necessary to mention one of the sadness moments in the history of the city. During the recent war, on 25th of May 1995, Bosnian Serbs fired a shell that killed 71 innocent civilian, mostly young boys and girls. That one moment wiped out a Tuzla youth. Victims of this massacre are buried at Slana Banja site and Kapija monument will witness this horrible event in the history of Tuzla forever. JAJCE On the banks of beautiful Vrbas and Pliva rivers, one of the most beautiful cities of Bosnia & Herzegovina is hoisted – a city of light, rock and water, a city of Kings, a museum under clear sky, a city with 23 most beautiful national monuments, a city under UNESCO world culture monument’s protection – a city of Jajce. Magnificent 21 m waterfall, among 12 other the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, is decorating the city center itself, making Jajce a unique city in the world. Places to visit in Jajce are underground church/catacombs, church of St. Mary (Fethija Mosque) with bell – tower of St. Luka, St. Mitro temple, fortress/citadel, Omerbey and Krslak Houses (traditional ancient Bosnian house) with natural draw wells, Dizdar, Sinanbey and Esma – Sultanija Mosques, AVNOJ Museum, World War Two Antifascism Museum, church of St. Ivo in Podmilacje, King’s Tomb, Basceluci cemetery, native land Ethno Collection Jajce and many other monuments. POÈITELJ A town of Pocitelj is historical settlement based on Oriental – Mediterranean styles, situated in a Neretva river valley and it represents one of the richest cultural – historical entirety in Bosnia & Herzegovina. Pocitelj represent a fortress dating from mid century. It is situated on the left side of the Neretva river near city of Capljina. This town located in Herzegovina was built continuously, starting from second half of the 16th century, by mixing two traditions of constructing skills, both Oriental and Mediterranean. Till now, complete cultural wealth has been preserved through Sisman Ibrahim pasha Mosque, Pocitelj clock – tower, Islam high school, Turkish bath, house of Gavrankapetanovic and many others. BLAGAJ I BUNA Blagaj is a settlement located in southern part of Herzegovina, 7 km south of Mostar. Buna natural spring is located in its vicinity, representing the biggest karsts spring in Europe where one of the famous Sufian (Blagaj) Tekija (Muslim’s monument) is located. It is assumed that Blagaj Tekija has been built around 1520, immediately after Ottoman Empire conquest that region. It has been built by Dervish arrived from Anatolia a few centuries ago. You can have a cup of Turkish coffee, tea or refreshing drink while sightseeing Blagaj Tekija and its beautiful garden open for public all year around. The reconstruction of Blagaj Tekija took a place during 2012 by Turkish company Fidan. Near Blagaj, there are several famous fish ponds and restaurants, including monumental 15th century castle. It’s a high terrain area with many rocks several hundred of meters height SREBRENIK First written documents mentioning old town of Srebrenik are dating from 15th of February 1333 in Charter – Contract signed between Bosnia Ban Stjepan II Kotromanic (1321 – 1353) and Dubrovnik Republic. Srebrenik played a significant role during mid century historical period of Bosnia & Herzegovina. The town is situated on Majevica hill – side in a vicinity of Sarajevo – Zupanja motorway. Municipality Srebrenik is located in the northeast part of Bosnia & Herzegovina; administratively it belongs to Tuzla Canton region and Federation of BIH, but economically to Northeast of Bosnia & Herzegovina. Tinja river flows some 20 km through its municipal territory. One of the most important historical monuments is the Srebrenik Tower whose inaccessibility withstands numerous armies through the history. There are no actual facts stating when this tower has been built, but it could be said with certainty that tower was built by Hungarian rulers. It has been reconstructed through the history, especially by the Ottoman constructors and one of the evidences is a mosque used for Turkish military troops located there. Old town is built on the rocks, some 50 – 70 m erected from the rest of the town. Upper plateau of the rock is rugged and splintered. Height difference between the lowest and highest spot of the plateau where tower is erected is around 13 m. Srebrenik tower is one of the most preserved mid century fortresses in Bosnia & Herzegovina. It was a home of Stjepan II Kotromanic till he deceased (1353). GRADAÈAC Gradacac is a town situated in the northeast part of Bosnia & Herzegovina, on the Majevica hill – side, 129 m above sea level. Husein – Kapetan (Captain) Gradascevic’s fortress (known as Gradina) was built during 1821 and it’s dominating above the town as its trademark and memorable symbol. Central construction of the bricks – made tower, located between widely spread ramparts within its fortification system with three entrances secured by small bank on each side, is a three floors 18 m tall complex, used primarily for defense of the Captain’s fortress. Massive, four floors high clock – tower is a latest known object of that kind ever built in Bosnia & Herzegovina. It was built by Husein – Kapetan (Captain) Gradascevic also known as “Dragon of Bosnia”. Among above mentioned historical and cultural monuments, places to visit in Gradacac are house of Gradascevic built 1796 representing a family museum today, Husein’s Mosque built 1826, and many other monuments. One of the places to visit in Gradacac is a famous spa used for medical treatments. Medical attributes of the thermal water in Gradacac spa were well known in the past too. Natural thermal spa, several artificial lakes named “Hazna” and “Vidara” with their furnished beaches including various water sports capabilities, neighboring areas and landscapes with small rivers and creeks, forests, plateaus and meadows makes Gradacac very interesting and attractive place to visit, especially in the area of tourism. SREBRENICA Srebrenica is a small town situated in the eastern part of Bosnia & Herzegovina with vast geographical and historical specifications, attracted by many conquests kingdoms since it was established till present days. On wider area of Srebrenica could be found many proofs of life since the ancient time. It is based on specific geographical site and silvers mine resources. During Roman Empire, Srebrenica was a main center for mintage of silver coins and one of the biggest silver smithies of the Roman Empire. On the 11th of July 1995 a Bosnian Serbs military troops under command of war criminal Ratko Mladic, in the presence of Dutch troops within UNPROFOR Contingent, conquest Srebrenica and within three days after this conquest they have performed devastating massacre over innocent Bosnian Muslim’s population, killing over 8000 men, women and children. On 25th of October 2000 Mr. Wolfgang Petrich, High Representative in Bosnia & Herzegovina made a decision to assign a permanent location in Potocari, municipality of Srebrenica, where all innocent victims of Srebrenica massacre will be buried, including cemetery and monument for all those died in July 1995 genocide. So far, 5137 victim of this genocide has been buried at this cemetery. KONJIC Konjic is a town situated in the northern part of mountain’s Herzegovina, located in the central part of Bosnia & Herzegovina, laying quietly in the Neretva river valley where Tresanica river inflow into Neretva river. Konjic is a very attractive town due to its rich nature surrounding complete town. Neretva river flows through the center of the town, while Prenj mountain shade its suburbs. One of the most important historical monuments is the old bridge built 1682 during ruler Sultan Mehmed IV and it remained there as one of the last monuments of the Ottoman Empire in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The bridge itself was built by Haseci Aliaga from Blagaj. It was destroyed during German occupation, on 03rd of March 1945 after withdrawal of German forces from Konjic. It was rebuilt after Second World War, first as wooden bridge, than as concrete – steel bridge, and finally, during 2009 it was fully rebuilt in its original shape by the Turkish construction company ER – BU. Program 001 SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – KONJIC – POÈITELJ DAY 1 – SARAJEVO Arrival at Sarajevo airport. Transfer and accommodation in the selected hotel with the assistance of the Golden Tours representative. Free day for walking and individual activities. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 2 - SARAJEVO Breakfast. After breakfast sightseeing of the city: Bašèaršija, Sebilj, Gazi Husref-begova mosque, Moriæa Han, City Hall, Cathedral, Synagogue, Orthodox Church, Ferhadija street, Piazza, Tunnel of salvation... Lunch in one of the typical Bosnian restaurants. After sightseeing you have a free afternoon for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 3 – SARAJEVO – KONJIC – MOSTAR (120 km) Breakfast. After breakfast hotel check-outs. We continue the program by driving to Konjic. Visiting the bridge built in 1682, during the reign of the sultan Mehmed IV. Continuing the drive to Jablanica. Rest and lunch, having some of Bosnian cuisine specialties. Continuing the drive to Mostar. Sightseeing of the city: Old Bridge, Old City with its craft and souvenir shops built during the Ottoman period, Koski Mehmet paša mosque, Turbe (Tomb)... Hotel accommodation. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 4 – MOSTAR – POÈITELJ – BLAGAJ – SARAJEVO (approx 190km) Breakfast. We continue the program by driving to Poèitelj. Sightseeing: Šišman Ibrahim-paša mosque, Clock Tower, Medresa (secondary Islamic school), Han,... After sightseeing of Poèitelj we continue the drive to Buna and Blagaj. Visiting Tekija. Lunch is planned in one of the restaurants at the Buna. After lunch we continue the drive alongside Mostar, Jablanica and Konjic with taking breaks according to the needs of the group. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 5 – SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO AIRPORT Breakfast. Free time for individual activities. Transfer to the Sarajevo airport. End of service. PRICE: The price includes: - Transfer Sarajevo airport – hotel – Sarajevo airport - Assistance of Golden tours representatives - Accommodation in a 3* or 4* Sarajevo hotel – 3 HB - Accommodation in a 3* or 4* Sarajevo hotel – 1 HB - Panoramic sightseeing of Sarajevo - Panoramic sightseeing of Konjic - Panoramic sightseeing of Mostar - Visiting Poèitelj - Visiting Blagaj and Buna - Lunch in Sarajevo on the second day - Lunch in Jablanica on the third day - Lunch in Buna on the fourth day - Services of the group escorts and local guides in Turkish or English language (group’s choice) - All transfers planned in the program (bus with 20, 30 or 50 seats, air-conditioning, DVD, monitors..., type Mercedes, Setra, MAN or Neoplan). The price does not include: - Plane or any other transport - Visa (if necessary) - other expenses not planned in the program REMARK: The price depends on the size of the group, in other words, number of passengers within a group and on the hotel selected for accommodation purposes. ACCOMMODATION: We can offer hotels with 3, 4 and 5 stars, as are hotel Europe 5*, hotel Astra, hotel Holiday Inn, hotel Terme, hotel Bristol and others. Program 002 SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – POÈITELJ - BLAGAJ DAY 1 – SARAJEVO Arrival at Sarajevo airport. Transfer and accommodation in the selected hotel with the assistance of the Golden Tours representative. Free day for walking and individual activities. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 2 - SARAJEVO Breakfast. Sightseeing of Sarajevo with a local guide: Bašèaršija, Sebilj, Gazi Husref-begova mosque, Medresa (secondary Islamic school), Moriæa Han, City Hall, Cathedral, Synagogue, Orthodox Church, Ferhadija street, Piazza... After the sightseeing of Bašèaršija, free time is given for individual activities. Lunch in one of many æevabdžinica (grill-meat restaurant) or ašèinica (national restaurant) in Bašèaršija. In the afternoon hours we will pay a visit to the foothill of Igman and the most popular picnic locations – Vrelo Bosne (Source of the river Bosna). You can have a walk or carriage ride (additional charge) to the source of the river Bosnia, sightseeing and free time for refreshments and relaxation. Transportation back to the hotel. Dinner. Free time for individual activities. Overnight stay. DAY 3 – SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – POÈITELJ – BLAGAJ (approx 300km) Breakfast. Driving to Konjic. Visiting the bridge built in 1682, during the reign of the sultan Mehmed IV. Continuing the drive alongside Jablanica and Mostar. We plan to arrive at Mostar in the afternoon hours. Sightseeing of the city: Old Bridge, Turbe (Tomb), Koski Mehmet paša mosque, Old City with its craft shops... Lunch and free time. We continue driving to Poèitelj. Sightseeing of the city: Šišman Ibrahim-paša mosque, Clock Tower, Medresa (secondary Islamic school), Han, ... We continue driving to Vrelo Bune (Source of the river Buna). Vrelo Bune is situated 12 kilometres southeast of Mostar in a place called Blagaj. Sightseeing of Tekija which is situated on Vrelo Bune. Rest. we continue the drive alongside Mostar, Jablanica and Konjic with taking breaks according to the needs of the group. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 4 – SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO AIRPORT Breakfast. Free time for individual activities. Checking-out of the hotel. Transfer to the Sarajevo airport. End of service. PRICE: The price includes: - Transfer Sarajevo airport – hotel – Sarajevo airport - Assistance of Golden tours representatives - Accommodation in a 3* or 4* Sarajevo hotel – 3 HB - Panoramic sightseeing of Sarajevo - Panoramic sightseeing of Konjic - Panoramic sightseeing of Mostar - Visiting Poèitelj - Visiting Blagaj and Buna - Lunch in Sarajevo on the second day - Lunch in Mostar on the third day - Services of the group escorts and local guides in Turkish or English language (group’s choice) - All transfers planned in the program (bus with 20, 30 or 50 seats, air-conditioning, DVD, monitors..., type Mercedes, Setra, MAN or Neoplan). The price does not include: - Plane or any other transport to and from Sarajevo - Visa (if necessary) - other expenses not planned in the program REMARK: The price depends on the size of the group, in other words, number of passengers within a group and on the hotel selected for accommodation purposes. ACCOMMODATION: We can offer hotels with 3, 4 and 5 stars, as are hotel Europe 5*, hotel Astra, hotel Holiday Inn, hotel Terme, hotel Bristol and others. Program 003 SARAJEVO – TRAVNIK – JAJCE – MOSTAR – POÈITELJ – BLAGAJ - KONJIC DAY 1 – SARAJEVO Welcoming the passengers at the Sarajevo airport. Transfer to the hotel with the assistance of the Golden Tours representatives. Hotel accommodation. Free time for individual activities. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 2 – SARAJEVO Breakfast. Sightseeing of Sarajevo with a local guide: Bašèaršija, Sebilj, Gazi Husref-begova mosque, Moriæa Han, City Hall, Cathedral, Synagogue, Orthodox Church, Piazza... After the sightseeing of Bašèaršija, free time is given for individual activities. Lunch in one of many æevabdžinica (grill-meat restaurant) or ašèinica (national restaurant) in Bašèaršija. In the afternoon hours we will pay a visit to the foothill of Igman and the most popular picnic locations – Vrelo Bosne (Spring of the river Bosnia). You can have a walk or carriage ride (additional charge) to the spring of the river Bosnia, sightseeing and free time for refreshments and relaxation. Transportation back to the hotel. Dinner. Free time for individual activities. Overnight stay. DAY 3 – SARAJEVO – TRAVNIK – JAJCE (approx 160km) Breakfast. Driving to Travnik (approx 100km). Rest in Travnik on Plava Voda (Blue Water). Visiting historic-cultural monuments of Travnik: Old City, Clock Tower, Konak, Fortress, the house in which the Nobel Prize Winner Ivo Andriæ was born in. Free time for individual activities. Lunch. Continuing the journey to Jajce (approx 60km). Upon arrival a sightseeing of the city is planned: Dizdareva mosque, Sinan-begova mosque, Esme-Sultanije mosque, Catacombs, Franciscan monastery, Waterfalls on the river Pliva. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Free evening. Overnight stay. DAY 4 – JAJCE – MOSTAR (approx 160km) Breakfast. Checking-out of the hotel. Continuing the journey alongside Bugojno and Jablanica to Mostar. Sightseeing of the city: Old Bridge, Turbe (Tomb), Koski Mehmet paša mosque, Old City with its craft shops... Lunch and free time. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Free evening. Overnight stay. DAY 5 – MOSTAR – POÈITELJ – BLAGAJ – KONJIC – SARAJEVO Breakfast. We continue the program by driving to Poèitelj. Sightseeing: Šišman Ibrahim-paša mosque, Clock Tower, Medresa (secondary Islamic school), Han,... After the sightseeing of Poèitelj we continue the drive to Buna and Blagaj. Visiting Tekija. Lunch is planned in one of the restaurants in Buna. After lunch we continue the drive alongside Mostar, Jablanica to Konjic. Visiting the bridge built in 1682, during the reign of the sultan Mehmed IV. Driving to Sarajevo, with taking breaks according to the needs of the group. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight stay. DAY 6 – SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO AIRPORT Breakfast. Free time for individual activities. Checking-out of the hotel. Transfer to the Sarajevo airport. End of service. PRICE: The price includes: - Transfer Sarajevo airport – hotel – Sarajevo airport - Assistance of Golden tours representatives - Accommodation in a 3* or 4* Sarajevo hotel – 3 HB - Accommodation in a 3* or 4* Jajce hotel – 1 HB - Accommodation in a 3* or 4* Mostar hotel – 1 HB - Panoramic sightseeing of Sarajevo, Travnik, Jajce, Konjic, - Visiting Poèitelj, Blagaj and Buna - Lunch in Sarajevo on the second day - Lunch in Travnik on the third day - Lunch in Mostar on the fourth day - Lunch in Buna on the fifth day - Services of the group escorts and local guides in Turkish or English language (group’s choice) - All transfers planned in the program (bus with 20, 30 or 50 seats, air-conditioning, DVD, monitors..., type Mercedes, Setra, MAN or Neoplan). REMARK: The price depends on the size of the group, in other words, number of passengers within a group and on the hotel selected for accommodation purposes. ACCOMMODATION: We can offer hotels with 3, 4 and 5 stars, as are hotel Europe 5*, hotel Astra, hotel Holiday Inn, hotel Terme, hotel Bristol and others. The price does not include: - Plane or other transports - Visa (if necessary) - other expenses not planned in the program Program 004 SARAJEVO – TRAVNIK – MOSTAR DAY 1 – SARAJEVO Passenger’s acceptance and handling upon arrival at Sarajevo International Airport. Transfer with Golden Tours representative’s assistance and accommodation at chosen hotel. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 2 – SARAJEVO Breakfast. After breakfast planned city sightseeing including Bascarsija, Sebilj, Gazi – Husref Bey’s Mosque, Morica Han, old City Hall, Cathedral, Synagogue, Orthodox Church, Ferhadija street, Bazar, Salvation Tunnel... Lunch in typical Bosnian restaurant. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 3 – SARAJEVO – TRAVNIK – SARAJEVO (200 km) Breakfast. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride to Travnik (100 km). Upon arrival at Travnik, first we shall rest at Blue Water spring, and then visit to cultural – historical monuments such as Old Town, Clock – Tower, Konak House, Fortress, house of famous Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric, Personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Lunch. After lunch, return at Sarajevo. Arrival at Sarajevo is planned during evening hours. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. The rest of the night is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Overnight. DAY 4 – SARAJEVO – MOSTAR – SARAJEVO (240 km) Breakfast. As planned by the programme, all day excursion trip to Mostar. Bus ride to Konjic. Upon arrival at Konjic, we shall visit old bridge built 1682 during Sultan Mehmed IV reign. After visit to Konjic we shall continue bus ride to Mostar passing by Jablanica. Arrival at Mostar is planned during noon hours. Upon arrival at Mostar, we shall visit Old Bridge, Old part of the Town built during Ottoman Empire reign with specific handcraft and souvenir shops, Koski Mehmet pasha Mosque, Turbe (Muslim’s monument). Lunch, personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Departure from Mostar is planned at 17:00. Return bus ride in the same direction as when arrived at Mostar. Arrival at Sarajevo is planned around 19:00 hours. Dinner. The rest of the evening is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Overnight. DAY 5 – SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Breakfast. Individual activities till planned flight time. Hotel check – out. Transfer at Sarajevo International Airport. End of Service. PRICE: The price includes: - Transfer Sarajevo International Airport – hotel - Sarajevo International Airport; - Golden Tours representative’s assistance; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Sarajevo based on 4 HB; - Panoramic sightseeing of city of Sarajevo; - Panoramic sightseeing of city of Travnik; - Panoramic sightseeing of town of Konjic; - Panoramic sightseeing of city of Mostar; - Lunch at Sarajevo during second day of the programme; - Lunch at Travnik during third day of the programme; - Lunch at Mostar during fourth day of the programme; - Group attendant service and local guides speaking Turkish or English language services (as requested by group); and - All transfers planned in this programme (20, 30 or 50 seats buses, air conditioning, DVD, monitors… Mercedes, Setra, MAN or Neoplan bus types). The price does not include: - Airline or other transportation costs; - Visa services (if required); and - Other costs not planned and calculated by this programme. REMARK: The price depends on the size of the group, in other words, number of passengers within a group and on the hotel selected for accommodation purposes. ACCOMMODATION: We can offer hotels with 3, 4 and 5 stars, as are hotel Europe 5*, hotel Astra, hotel Holiday Inn, hotel Terme, hotel Bristol and others. Program 005 SARAJEVO – TUZLA – SREBRENICA – TRAVNIK – MOSTAR – BLAGAJ – KONJIC DAY 1 – SARAJEVO Passenger’s acceptance and handling upon arrival at Sarajevo International Airport. Transfer with Golden Tours representative’s assistance and accommodation at chosen hotel. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities.Dinner.Overnight. DAY 2 – SARAJEVO Breakfast. After breakfast planned city sightseeing with local guide including Bascarsija, Sebilj, Gazi – HusrefBey’s Mosque, Morica Han, old City Hall, Cathedral, Synagogue, Orthodox Church, and Bazar. Free individual activities after sightseeing. Lunch in one of the numerous typical Bosnian. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 3 – SARAJEVO – KLADANJ – TUZLA (120 km) Breakfast and check – out. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride toward Olovo and on to Kladanj. We shall visit a Girl’s Cave; one of the most famous tourist attractions of Kladanj town is located in its vicinity. It is considered as one of the important Muslim’s praying grounds in Bosnia & Herzegovina and many pilgrims from northern, northeast and mid Bosnia are visiting this place on a special occasion. There is a legend existing for this cave. People are saying that one day a girl left to collect water from the cave and her brothers were waiting for her. However, she has never returned and no one knows why. Pilgrims who visit this cave are praying for her soul. After visit, we shall continue with bus ride to Tuzla. Hotel accommodation. City tour. Dinner. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Overnight. DAY 4 – TUZLA – SREBRENICA – TUZLA (200 km) Breakfast. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride to Srebrenica passing by Kalesija and Zvornik. Upon arrival at Srebrenica, we shall visit Memorial Center “Potocari” built in a memory of all victims of genocide during July 1995, cemetery, Memory and “Batteries Factory”. Lunch. Return to Tuzla is planned at afternoon hours. Rest. Dinner at famous excursion site “Lake Modrac” approximately 10 km away from Tuzla. Return to hotel. Overnight. DAY 5 – TUZLA – TRAVNIK – MOSTAR (300 km) Breakfast and check – out. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride to Travnik passing by Doboj and Zenica (160 km). Arrival at Travnik is planned at noon hours. Upon arrival at Travnik, we shall visit we shall visit cultural – historical monuments such as Old Town, Clock – Tower, Konak Fortress, house of famous Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric. Free activities and personal sightseeing. Lunch. After lunch and planned rest, we shall continue with bus ride passing by Bugojno and on to Mostar (140 km). Arrival at Mostar is planned at evening hours. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 6 – MOSTAR – BLAGAJ – KONJIC – SARAJEVO (130 km) Breakfast and check – out. As planned by the programme, we shall visit Old Bridge, Old part of the Town built during Ottoman Empire reign with specific handcraft and souvenir shops, Koski Mehmet pasha Mosque, Turbe (Muslim’s monument). Sightseeing of Tekija (Muslim’s Monument). Lunch. Continue with bus ride passing by Jablanica and arrival at Konjic. Upon arrival at Konjic, we shall visit old bridge built 1682 during Sultan Mehmed IV reign. After visit to Konjic we shall continue bus ride to Sarajevo with rests as required by the tourist group. Arrival at Sarajevo is planned during afternoon hours. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 7 – SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Breakfast and hotel check – out. Individual activities till planned flight time. Transfer at Sarajevo International Airport. End of Service. PRICE: The price includes: - Transfer Sarajevo International Airport – hotel - Sarajevo International Airport; - Golden Tours representative’s assistance; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Sarajevo based on 3 HB; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Tuzla based on 2 HB; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Mostar based on 1 HB; - Panoramic sightseeing of city of Sarajevo; - Panoramic sightseeing of city of Tuzla; - All – day excursion visit to Srebrenica; - Panoramic sightseeing of town of Konjic, Mostar, - Visit to Girl’s Cave, Blagaj and Buna, - Lunch at Sarajevo during second day of the programme; - Lunch at Tuzla during third day of the programme; - Lunch at Srebrenica during fourth day of the programme; - Dinner at restaurant on Lake Modrac during fourth day of the programme; - Lunch at Travnik during fifth day of the programme; - Lunch at Blagaj during sixth day of the programme; - Group attendant service and local guides speaking Turkish or English language services (as requested by group); and - All transfers planned in this programme (20, 30 or 50 seats buses, air conditioning, DVD, monitors… Mercedes, Setra, MAN or Neoplan bus types). The price does not include: - Airline or other transportation costs; - Visa services (if required); and - Other costs not planned and calculated by this programme. NOTE: The package price will vary based on the group size, i.e. based on the number of the passengers within group and hotel(s) classification chosen for accommodation. ACCOMMODATION: We can offer 3*, 4* or 5* hotels such as 5* Europa hotel, Astra hotel, Holiday Inn hotel, Terme hotel, Bristol hotel, etc. Program 006 SARAJEVO – TUZLA – SREBRENICA – TRAVNIK – JAJCE – MOSTAR DAY 1 – SARAJEVO Passenger’s acceptance and handling upon arrival at Sarajevo International Airport. Transfer with Golden Tours representative’s assistance and accommodation at chosen hotel. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 2 – SARAJEVO Breakfast. After breakfast planned city sightseeing with local guide including Bascarsija, Sebilj, Gazi – HusrefBey’s Mosque, Morica Han, old City Hall, Cathedral, Synagogue, Orthodox Church, and Bazar. Lunch in one of the numerous typical Bosnian. Free individual activities after sightseeing. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 3 – SARAJEVO – OLOVO – KLADANJ – TUZLA (120 km) Breakfast and check – out. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride toward Olovo and on to Kladanj. We shall visit a Girl’s Cave; one of the most famous tourist attractions of Kladanj town is located in its vicinity. It is considered as one of the important Muslim’s praying grounds in Bosnia & Herzegovina and many pilgrims from northern, northeast and mid Bosnia are visiting this place on a special occasion. There is a legend existing for this cave. People are saying that one day a girl left to collect water from the cave and her brothers were waiting for her. However, she has never returned and no one knows why. Pilgrims who visit this cave are praying for her soul. After visit, we shall continue with bus ride to Tuzla. Hotel accommodation. City tour. Dinner. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Overnight. DAY 4 – TUZLA – SREBRENICA – TUZLA (200 km) Breakfast. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride to Srebrenica passing by Kalesija and Zvornik. Upon arrival at Srebrenica, we shall visit Memorial Center “Potocari” built in a memory of all victims of genocide during July 1995, cemetery, Memory and “Batteries Factory”. Lunch. Return to Tuzla is planned at afternoon hours. Rest. Dinner at famous excursion site “Lake Modrac” approximately 10 km away from Tuzla. Return to hotel. Overnight. DAY 5 – TUZLA – TRAVNIK – JAJCE (240 km) Breakfast and check – out. As planned by the programme, we shall continue bus ride to Travnik passing by Doboj and Zenica (160 km) with rests as per group needs. Arrival at Travnik is planned at noon hours. Upon arrival at Travnik, we shall visit we shall visit cultural – historical monuments such as Old Town, Clock – Tower, Konak Fortress, house of famous Nobel Prize winner Ivo Andric. Free activities and personal sightseeing. Lunch. After lunch and planned rest, we shall continue with bus ride on to Jajce (60 km). Upon arrival at Jajce, we shall visit Dizdar’s Mosque, Sinan – Bey’s Mosque, Esma – Sultanija Mosque, Catacombs, Franciscan Convent, and famous waterfalls on Pliva river. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Overnight. DAY 6 – JAJCE – MOSTAR (160 km) Breakfast and check – out. Continue with bus ride passing by Bugojno and Jablanica and on to Mostar. As planned by the programme, we shall visit Old Bridge, Old part of the Town built during Ottoman Empire reign with specific handcraft and souvenir shops, Koski Mehmet pasha Mosque, Turbe (Muslim’s monument). Lunch, personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. The rest of the day is planned for personal sightseeing and free individual activities. Overnight. DAY 7 – MOSTAR – POCITELJ – BLAGAJ – KONJIC – SARAJEVO (160 km) Breakfast and check – out. As planned by the programme, we shall continue our bus ride to Pocitelj. Upon arrival at Pocitelj, we shall visit Sisman – Ibrahim pasha Mosque, Clock – Tower, Islamic High School, Han. Continue with bus ride to Buna and Blagaj. Sightseeing of Tekija (Muslim’s Monument). Lunch is planned in one of the restaurants at Buna. Continue with bus ride passing by Mostar and Jablanica and arrival at Konjic. Upon arrival at Konjic, we shall visit old bridge built 1682 during Sultan Mehmed IV reign. After visit to Konjic we shall continue bus ride to Sarajevo with rests as required by the tourist group. Hotel accommodation. Dinner. Overnight. DAY 8 – SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Breakfast. Individual activities till planned flight time. Hotel check – out. Transfer at Sarajevo International Airport. End of Service. PRICE: The price includes: - Transfer Sarajevo International Airport – hotel - Sarajevo International Airport; - Golden Tours representative’s assistance; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Sarajevo based on 3 HB; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Tuzla based on 2 HB; - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Jajce based on 1 HB - Accommodation in 3* and 4* hotel at Mostar based on 1 HB; - Panoramic sightseeing of city of Sarajevo, Tuzla, Travnik, Jajce, Konjic, Mostar; - All – day excursion visit to Srebrenica; - Visit to Pocitelj, Blagaj and Buna; - Lunch at Sarajevo during second day of the programme; - Lunch at Tuzla during third day of the programme; - Lunch at Srebrenica during fourth day of the programme; - Lunch at Travnik during fifth day of the programme; - Lunch at Mostar during sixth day of the programme; - Lunch at Buna during seventh day of the programme; - Group attendant service and local guides speaking Turkish or English language services (as requested by group); and - All transfers planned in this programme (20, 30 or 50 seats buses, air conditioning, DVD, monitors… Mercedes, Setra, MAN or Neoplan bus types). The price does not include: - Airline or other transportation costs; - Visa services (if required); and - Other costs not planned and calculated by this programme. NOTE: The package price will vary based on the group size, i.e. based on the number of the passengers within group and hotel(s) classification chosen for accommodation. ACCOMMODATION: We can offer 3*, 4* or 5* hotels such as 5* Europa hotel, Astra hotel, Holiday Inn hotel, Terme hotel, Bristol hotel, etc.

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