Sarajevo and Split 2 day PRIVATE Tour from Dubrovnik

  • Free cancellation – full refund if cancelled 48h in advance
  • Duration 2 days, start time 06:00AM, all 2021
  • Quick Confirmation, with only 20% deposit paid by PayPal in advance
  • Private Pick-up (type your address in booking-form)
  • Physical rating: Light (light walking, nothing too challenging)
  • COVID-19 measures: all vehicles regularly sanitized
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Sarajevo Old City Hall
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Tour Highlights

Day 1

  • MOSTAR – Old Town, Bazaar Street, Koski-Beg Mosque
  • SARAJEVO PRIVATE TOUR – walking tour with local licensed guide
  • TREBEVIC HILL CABLE CAR – great scenery, 1984 Olympics Bob Sled track (at own expense)

Day 2

  • JABLANICA STOP – WW2 museum, famous WW2 bridge
  • SPLIT PRIVATE TOUR – walking tour with local licensed guide
  • DIOCLETIAN CELLARS – explore 1700 year old cellars (at own expense)
  • VIDILICA HILL – great panoramic views of Split Old Town and harbor

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DAY 1

Our experienced driver/guide will pick you up at your hotel/airbnb at 06:00AM for our 2 day tour. We will be driving along the Croatian Coast and then inlands following the river Neretva to the town of Mostar (arrival around 08:30).

After breakfast and coffee, we will explore the city of Mostar
Mostar sites include: 16ct Ottoman Turkish Center with stunning horse shue Old Bridge, Bazaar Street, Koski Beg Mosque, Crooked Bridge, Tabhana mosque, 16ct, Watchtower

We continue from Mostar at 09:45, driving along Neretva river through towns of Jablanica, Konjic and across the Ivan pass to the valley of Sarajevo

Upon arrival in Sarajevo we will check in our accommodation, and we suggest a quick lunch in one of Sarajevo’s Old Town restaurants.

Your local licensed guide will pick you up at your accommodation for a private walking tour of Sarajevo where he/she will explain you the history of Sarajevo and show you all major site
The rest of the afternoon is on you to explore.

Our suggestions for late afternoon/evening:

  • Take cable car to Trebevic mountain for great views of the whole Sarajevo valley and visit 1984 Olympics bobsleigh track
  • Walk up the Pasha’s Hill passing Zuta Tabija (Yellow Fort) and Crvena Tabija (red Fort). Stop at Vidikovac Cafe for early snack, coffee and great cakes with spectacular views
  • Sarajevo War tunnel visit (best to visit on our way to Sarajevo, ask for details)

 

Dinner suggestions in Sarajevo:

  1. Inat Kuca (traditional Bosnian specialities in an authentic setting with rich history)
  2. Pivnica HS (19 ct. Sarajevo Beer factory restaurant -live music, local beers, relaxed atmosphere)
  3. Petica – Ferhatovic, Bosnian grill restauranT (Best cevapcici in town)
  4. 4 Rooms of Mrs Safija (international food in cosy atmosphere)

 

Overnight in Sarajevo (3 * hotel in center of Sarajevo -please contact us for hotel upgrade and other hotel recommendations)

 

DAY 2

Early breakfast and 07:30 departure from Sarajevo. We will drive through the picturesque Bosnian countryside with occasional stops for coffee and toilette. We will cross into Croatia and take highway to Split (estimated arrival at 12:00)

Upon arrival there will be a local licensed guide waiting to take you on a private walking tour of Split Old Town (Diocletian’s Palace, Peristil, Saint Dujams church and Belltower, Old Fishmarket, Venetian Old Center).

Following the tour there will be free time for lunch and further explorations of the city.

Our late afternoon/evening suggestions:

  • Climb the Vidilica viewpoint on Marjan Hill for great panoramic views of Split.
    Visiting Diocletian’s Cellars and climbing up St Dujam’s Belltower are a great choice.
  • Take a stroll to Bacvice beach and join locals in a game of Picigin
  • Or just sit at Riva waterfront, enjoy your coffee and watch people pass by

We will depart Split at 16:00 and drive towards Dubrovnik with occasional photo/toilet/coffee stops. Arrival to Dubrovnik is at around 19:00 and the tour ends with a drop off to your hotel.

Itinerary: (Example)

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Day 1

  • 06:00 Departure from Dubrovnik – H*
  • 08:30 Arrival Mostar, orientation tour and free time for breakfast – D*
  • 09:45 Continuation towards Sarajevo
  • 12:15 Arrival in Sarajevo, early check in, quick lunch – E*
  • 13:30 Local licensed guide pickup at hotel to for city tour
  • 15:30 Free afternoon/evening (see our suggestions below)
  • OVERNIGHT IN SARAJEVO

Day 2

  • 07:30 Departure Sarajevo
  • 07:30 – 12:00 Drive through Bosnia with occasional stops for coffee/toilette – F*
  • 12:00 Arrival Split, tour of the city with local licensed guide – G*
  • 13:30 -17:00 Free time for lunch and sightseeing (see our suggestions below)
  • 17:00 Departure Split
  • 20:00 Arrival Dubrovnik, end of tour – H*

What is included?

  • Private Pick up and drop off at your hotel/apartment in Dubrovnik
  • Knowledgeable English speaking licensed driver/guide
  • Air Conditioned vehicle (MPV or Minivan)
  • Private tour with licensed tour guide in Sarajevo
  • 1 night 3 stars accommodation in Sarajevo (breakfast included)
  • Stop and orientation tour in Mostar
  • Private tour with licensed guide in Split
  • Car parking and other vehicle tourist fees
  • Highway tolls
  • Free WIFI onboard the vehicle (while in Croatia)

What is not included?

  • Entrance fees (none needed for walking tours)
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Food and drinks along the way
  • Gratuities and tips (not mandatory)

Important

  • Later return to Dubrovnik is possible during Summer months due to border and traffic conditions
  • Bosnian currency – KM (convertible mark) Some businesses in Mostar accept Croatian currency and some accept Euro in Sarajevo.
  • Croatian currency is Kuna – HRK (EURO is accepted only for some payments)
  • Bring your passport with you! (picture ID if you are EU citizen).

How to book this tour

  • Use inquiry form to check our availability and prices - we aim to respond within 12 hours
  • 30% deposit is required at the time of booking by PayPal
  • The outstanding amount should be settled on first day of your tour
  • After successful booking and deposit payment, you’ll receive a confirmation e-mail with tour voucher
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