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Culture and Gastronomy

Culture and Gastronomy
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Themed travel: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro

Starting place: Mostar
End point: Montenegro
From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.10.2020.
* 8 days in this period
Persons: 45 (max.)
Available tours
Cultural and natural heritage
Herzegovina: Mostar, Ottoman villages
Bosnia: Sarajevo, Tito's secret bunker
Serbia: Mokra Gora Village, Old Railway
Montenegro: Kotor bay, Skadar lake, Lovćen
Gastronomy: local cuisine, wine route
 

CITIES&TOWNS

we will visit these cities Day 1. Arrival: Mostar, Capital of Herzegovina
Transfer: Airport - Hotel
On request: Lunch, specialties of Herzegovina

Mostar town
Historical architectural styles reflected cosmopolitan interest and exposure to foreign aesthetic trends and were artfully merged with indigenous styles. Examples include the Franciscan church, the Ottoman Muslibegovića house, the Dalmatian Ćorović House and an Orthodox church which was built as a gift from the Sultan. The most recognisable feature of the city is the Old Bridge dating from the Ottoman empire.

Hotel: Mostar
Dinner: typical restaurant
Mostar
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Day 3. Sarajevo town

Morning: Guided tour Sarajevo
First of all we will go to the heart of Sarajevo, known as the old town and called Baščaršija. Each narrow street in Baščaršija is covered with cobblestone and dedicated to a different old craft. The Bosnian traditional crafts are work with jewelry, pottery shops, and copper metalwork. The walk will continue through to the Sarajevo Cathedral of Jesus’ Sacred Heart, the old bridges of the city and many other historical monuments and structures.
Free time for lunch

Afternoon: War tour Sarajevo
This tour includes a visit to the Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope. This tunnel connected the city with the free Bosnian territory. It was the only way the citizens were able to get supplies such as food, medical help, and ammunition. It was the only hope of help and freedom for the citizens of the city, thus the name “The Tunnel of Hope”. The next stop is the Jewish Cemetery aka the “Sniper Alley”. It is located on the outskirts of Sarajevo, on Mount Trebevic. It is the oldest intact cemetery of a religious group in the city.

Hotel and dinner: Sarajevo
Sarajevo
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Day 7. Old Montenegro

Cetinje, the religious centre of Montenegro
Cetinje is a historical Royal Capital of Montenegro. The town is located on a small karst plain surrounded by limestone mountains, including Mt. Lovćen, the Black Mountain from which Montenegro gets its name. We will see old buildings and palaces which are today museums, libraries and art galleries today.
Lunch: local cuisine

Mausoleum of Petar II Petrović-Njegoš
Lovćen is a mountain and national park in southwestern Montenegro. Mountain rises from the sea closing the bays of Boka Kotorska. Besides natural beauties, the national park was established to protect the rich historical, cultural and architectural heritage of the area. We will visit the mausoleum of Peter II Petrović, the national poet and founder of Montenegro. He is buried in a sarcophagus with view on the Kotor Bay.

Budva town
Because of sandy beaches in and around Budva, as well as its vast cultural heritage and architecture, the city is turning into the most attractive tourist destination in Montenegro. This historic area contains a fortress with view on the sea, as well as various religious monuments, such as the church of Santa Maria in Punta.

Hotel and dinner: Montenegrin coast

Day 8. Return
Transfer: Hotel - Airport
Cetinje
Montenegro

EXCURSIONS

and participate in the following activities
Day 2. Tito's top bunker and battle for the wounded

Museum of battle for the wounded
The Memorial Complex of the Battle on the Neretva in Jablanica is dedicated to the Battle on the Neretva. Following the then practice of building memorial museums at authentic historic sites, the complex in Jablanica was also built at the place where the crucial moment of the operation took place,the fateful passage across the Neretva river and the rescue of the wounded and sick.
Lunch: local cuisine

Tito's top secret bunker
This is the story of one of the largest and best-kept secrets of former Yugoslavia, once a miracle of construction, made as a kind of labyrinth, a complex of residential areas, conference rooms, offices, halls for strategic planning, a ‘presidential bloc’ and other sections. Teams of workers changed so no one would know much about the bunker, and workers were brought there blindfolded so they wouldn’t know its location.The bunker is now a venue for contemporary art.

Hotel and dinner: Sarajevo
Sightseeing
Excursion: Tito's top secret bunker and battle for the wounded
Day 4. Serbia: Mokra gora and ethno village Drvengrad

Mokra Gora
This is a mountain ethno village located between the Tara and Zlatibor mountains, famous for its natural sights and the Šargan eight, the old-school narrow track railway traversing the area in the shape of the number eight, which gave it its name.
Driving the Old Railway, Šarganska osmica
Lunch: local cuisine

Ethno village Drvengrad
On the way to Mount Tara, on the nearby Mećavnik hill lies ethno village, Drvengrad. A village made of wood, as its name suggests, it was built in the ancient style and has a timeless aura about it. A well-known tourist destination already, Drvengrad is complete with church, art gallery, cinema, bookstore, pastry shop, national restaurant, and a folk handicrafts store.

Hotel and dinner: Zlatibor
Sightseeing
Nature park: Mokra Gora
Day 5. NP Skadar Lake

Kolasin town
On our way to Lake Skadar, we stop in the town of Kolasin, which have tradition of the town founded by the Turkish in the 17th century as a defensive fortress. The remains of the former fortresses are still visible today.

Boat excursion: Skadar Lake
Skadar Lake is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula. The river Bojana creates a connection between Lake and the Adriatic Sea. This lake is the largest bird habitat in Europe. Surrounded by bays, capes and peninsulas, the lake also has a rich history and culture, evidenced by many archaeological sites, churches and monasteries.
Lunch: local cuisine

Hotel and dinner: Montenegrin coast
Sightseeing
Nacional park: Lake Skadar
Day 6. Boka Kotorska, Montenegro

Our Lady of the Rocks
Transfer by boat: We will take you to an island in the middle of the bay, with the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks. This island was made by local sailors in the 15th century, who wanted to build a church in honour of the Virgin Mary.
Visit: the church and its small museum

The medieval town of Perast
The oldest town of all towns in the Bay of Kotor and also has the most beautiful Baroque buildings in the region.
Lunch: Monastery of St. Anthony

Kotor town
Founded during the Roman empire, the town was part of the Venice in the Middle Ages, and this Venetian influence is visible in its architecture. The town is surrounded by an impressive medieval wall that rises to the fortress of St. John. As we enter the old town, we will see the Tower, several palaces, the Cathedral of St. Trifon and the Orthodox Churches of St. Luke and St. Nicholas.

Porto Montenegro
The area is reserved for millionaires, and right here you will see the most beautiful and expensive ships and yachts. Luxury in a beautiful Mediterranean style, today it is one of the most prestigious marinas on the Adriatic Sea.

Hotel and dinner: Montenegrin coast
Sightseeing
Visit: Our Lady of the Rocks, Island
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Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
01.03.
 
Excursion: Tito's top secret bunker and battle for the wounded
(Sightseeing)

02.03.
 
Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
03.03.
 
Nature park: Mokra Gora
(Sightseeing)

04.03.
 
Nacional park: Lake Skadar
(Sightseeing)

05.03.
 
Visit: Our Lady of the Rocks, Island
(Sightseeing)

06.03.
 
Cetinje (Montenegro)
07.03.
 
Hotel Mostar (****)
Mostar
01.03.
 
Mona Zlatibor (*****)
Zlatibor
04.03.
 
Holiday (****)
Sarajevo
02.03.-04.03.
 
Iberostar Bellevue (****)
Budva
05.03.-08.03.
 
Culture and Gastronomy:
Themed travel: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro
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For information about service, visits, activities Click on the appropriate picture
Offre
Included in the price
- Hotel in Mostar: 1 night
- Hotel in Sarajevo: 2 nights
- Hotel on Zlatibor: 1 night
- Hotel on the Montenegrin coast: 3 nights
Single use: on request
- Service: Half Board
- Lunches: local cuisine, according to program

Visits: according to the program
Bus, guide, entrances
- Towns: Mostar, Sarajevo, Kotor, Budva, Cetinje
- By boat: Our Lady of Rocks, Skadar lake
- Old railway: Šarganska osmica
- Heritage: Titov bunker, National Park Mokra Gora, Njegoš Mausoleum

On request
- Lunches in the cities: Mostar, Sarajevo, Kotor, Cetinje
- Flights
Gradovi
Mostar

Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Day 1. Arrival: Mostar, Capital of Herzegovina
Transfer: Airport - Hotel
On request: Lunch, specialties of Herzegovina

Mostar town
Historical architectural styles reflected cosmopolitan interest and exposure to foreign aesthetic trends and were artfully merged with indigenous styles. Examples include the Franciscan church, the Ottoman Muslibegovića house, the Dalmatian Ćorović House and an Orthodox church which was built as a gift from the Sultan. The most recognisable feature of the city is the Old Bridge dating from the Ottoman empire.

Hotel: Mostar
Dinner: typical restaurant
Hoteli
Hotel Mostar ( * * * *) , or similar
Mostar
Two-bed room S2
Hotel**** in Mostar
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel***/**
Restaurants: typical cuisine
Izleti
Excursion: Tito's top secret bunker and battle for the wounded
Mostar
Sightseeing
Day 2. Tito's top bunker and battle for the wounded

Museum of battle for the wounded
The Memorial Complex of the Battle on the Neretva in Jablanica is dedicated to the Battle on the Neretva. Following the then practice of building memorial museums at authentic historic sites, the complex in Jablanica was also built at the place where the crucial moment of the operation took place,the fateful passage across the Neretva river and the rescue of the wounded and sick.
Lunch: local cuisine

Tito's top secret bunker
This is the story of one of the largest and best-kept secrets of former Yugoslavia, once a miracle of construction, made as a kind of labyrinth, a complex of residential areas, conference rooms, offices, halls for strategic planning, a ‘presidential bloc’ and other sections. Teams of workers changed so no one would know much about the bunker, and workers were brought there blindfolded so they wouldn’t know its location.The bunker is now a venue for contemporary art.

Hotel and dinner: Sarajevo
Hoteli
Holiday ( * * * *) , or similar
Sarajevo
Two-bed room S2
Hotel**** in Sarajevo
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel ***/**
Restaurants: typical cuisine
Gradovi
Sarajevo

Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Day 3. Sarajevo town

Morning: Guided tour Sarajevo
First of all we will go to the heart of Sarajevo, known as the old town and called Baščaršija. Each narrow street in Baščaršija is covered with cobblestone and dedicated to a different old craft. The Bosnian traditional crafts are work with jewelry, pottery shops, and copper metalwork. The walk will continue through to the Sarajevo Cathedral of Jesus’ Sacred Heart, the old bridges of the city and many other historical monuments and structures.
Free time for lunch

Afternoon: War tour Sarajevo
This tour includes a visit to the Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope. This tunnel connected the city with the free Bosnian territory. It was the only way the citizens were able to get supplies such as food, medical help, and ammunition. It was the only hope of help and freedom for the citizens of the city, thus the name “The Tunnel of Hope”. The next stop is the Jewish Cemetery aka the “Sniper Alley”. It is located on the outskirts of Sarajevo, on Mount Trebevic. It is the oldest intact cemetery of a religious group in the city.

Hotel and dinner: Sarajevo
Izleti
Nature park: Mokra Gora
Zlatibor
Sightseeing
Day 4. Serbia: Mokra gora and ethno village Drvengrad

Mokra Gora
This is a mountain ethno village located between the Tara and Zlatibor mountains, famous for its natural sights and the Šargan eight, the old-school narrow track railway traversing the area in the shape of the number eight, which gave it its name.
Driving the Old Railway, Šarganska osmica
Lunch: local cuisine

Ethno village Drvengrad
On the way to Mount Tara, on the nearby Mećavnik hill lies ethno village, Drvengrad. A village made of wood, as its name suggests, it was built in the ancient style and has a timeless aura about it. A well-known tourist destination already, Drvengrad is complete with church, art gallery, cinema, bookstore, pastry shop, national restaurant, and a folk handicrafts store.

Hotel and dinner: Zlatibor
Hoteli
Mona Zlatibor ( * * * * *) , or similar
Zlatibor
Two-bed room S2
Hotel**** on Zlatibor
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel***/**
Restaurants: typical cuisine
Izleti
Nacional park: Lake Skadar
Virpazar
Sightseeing
Day 5. NP Skadar Lake

Kolasin town
On our way to Lake Skadar, we stop in the town of Kolasin, which have tradition of the town founded by the Turkish in the 17th century as a defensive fortress. The remains of the former fortresses are still visible today.

Boat excursion: Skadar Lake
Skadar Lake is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula. The river Bojana creates a connection between Lake and the Adriatic Sea. This lake is the largest bird habitat in Europe. Surrounded by bays, capes and peninsulas, the lake also has a rich history and culture, evidenced by many archaeological sites, churches and monasteries.
Lunch: local cuisine

Hotel and dinner: Montenegrin coast
Hoteli
Iberostar Bellevue ( * * * *) , or similar
Budva
Two-bed room S2
Hotel**** on Montenegrin coast
Service: Half Board
pool, sauna, spa

On request:
Hotel ***/**
Restaurants: typical cuisine
Izleti
Visit: Our Lady of the Rocks, Island
Perast
Sightseeing
Day 6. Boka Kotorska, Montenegro

Our Lady of the Rocks
Transfer by boat: We will take you to an island in the middle of the bay, with the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks. This island was made by local sailors in the 15th century, who wanted to build a church in honour of the Virgin Mary.
Visit: the church and its small museum

The medieval town of Perast
The oldest town of all towns in the Bay of Kotor and also has the most beautiful Baroque buildings in the region.
Lunch: Monastery of St. Anthony

Kotor town
Founded during the Roman empire, the town was part of the Venice in the Middle Ages, and this Venetian influence is visible in its architecture. The town is surrounded by an impressive medieval wall that rises to the fortress of St. John. As we enter the old town, we will see the Tower, several palaces, the Cathedral of St. Trifon and the Orthodox Churches of St. Luke and St. Nicholas.

Porto Montenegro
The area is reserved for millionaires, and right here you will see the most beautiful and expensive ships and yachts. Luxury in a beautiful Mediterranean style, today it is one of the most prestigious marinas on the Adriatic Sea.

Hotel and dinner: Montenegrin coast
Gradovi
Cetinje

Montenegro,
Day 7. Old Montenegro

Cetinje, the religious centre of Montenegro
Cetinje is a historical Royal Capital of Montenegro. The town is located on a small karst plain surrounded by limestone mountains, including Mt. Lovćen, the Black Mountain from which Montenegro gets its name. We will see old buildings and palaces which are today museums, libraries and art galleries today.
Lunch: local cuisine

Mausoleum of Petar II Petrović-Njegoš
Lovćen is a mountain and national park in southwestern Montenegro. Mountain rises from the sea closing the bays of Boka Kotorska. Besides natural beauties, the national park was established to protect the rich historical, cultural and architectural heritage of the area. We will visit the mausoleum of Peter II Petrović, the national poet and founder of Montenegro. He is buried in a sarcophagus with view on the Kotor Bay.

Budva town
Because of sandy beaches in and around Budva, as well as its vast cultural heritage and architecture, the city is turning into the most attractive tourist destination in Montenegro. This historic area contains a fortress with view on the sea, as well as various religious monuments, such as the church of Santa Maria in Punta.

Hotel and dinner: Montenegrin coast

Day 8. Return
Transfer: Hotel - Airport
Culture and Gastronomy

Themed travel: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro

From: 01.03.2020.
To: 01.10.2020.
* 8 days in this period
Starting place:: Mostar
Persons: 45 (max.)
Arrival date
Adults
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Cultural and natural heritage
Herzegovina: Mostar, Ottoman villages
Bosnia: Sarajevo, Tito's secret bunker
Serbia: Mokra Gora Village, Old Railway
Montenegro: Kotor bay, Skadar lake, Lovćen
Gastronomy: local cuisine, wine route