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Split - Mostar - Sarajevo with Makarska

7 to 10+ Nights from $738*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 10/11/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 7 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 3 nights in Split
  • Transfer: Split - Mostar (including a stop in Makarska)
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Mostar
  • Transfer: Mostar - Sarajevo (including a stop at Konjic Bridge)
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Sarajevo

    Transfers may include additional options: To see additional options and add any (if any are available): In the booking process select Change on the Intercity Transfer, read through the transportation details and select the options you wish to add.

A truly 'Balkan Experience', through beautiful cities across Croatia and Bosnia at your disposal in this vacation package. Start your vacation in Split (known for its beaches and Diocletian`s Palace). Next, visit Mostar (UNESCO town, known for its old Turkish houses and Old Bridge). Your transfer between cities will include a visit to beautiful Makarska Riviera at the Dalmatian Coast. After your days exploring Mostar, you will transfer to Sarajevo (the cultural hub in the Balkans it is recognized as a UNESCO Creative City), with a stop to historic Konjic Bridge!. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Split

  • Mostar

  • Sarajevo

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Trip Summary

  • Split

    Split is the second-largest city in Croatia, and its history stretches back over 1,700 years. The Roman Emperor Diocletian built his lavish retirement palace here. It is the largest and best-preserved example of a Roman palace left in the world, and it is listed on the register of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Diocletian's Palace is the gem of the Old Town, a pedestrianized zone which includes the beautiful riverwalk called Riva. It could not blend traditions and modern life more perfectly; buzzing shops, restaurants, and bars are situated alongside monuments and buildings dating from the Roman era. The dramatic backdrop of mountains bleeds into the sea, giving an atmospheric setting to this stunning city. Visit Split's Old Town, Diocletian's Palace, Bacvice, Marjan, Mestrovic Gallery, Klis Fortress, Diocletian's Palace, Riva, Gregory of Nin statue, Chapel of St. Arnir, Diocletian's Cellars, Peristyle, Republic Square, People's Square, and so much more.

  • Mostar

    Mostar, located in the southwestern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is known the world over for its picturesque Old Bridge spanning the Neretva River. The Old Bridge was built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, tragically destroyed during the Bosnian War in 1993, and then rebuilt between 2001-04 with the help of UNESCO, which named the area a World Heritage Site. It is one of Bosnia's top tourist attractions, as are seven surviving Ottoman-era stone mosques. Visit and explore the Old Bridge, Neretva River, Dervish House, Buna River, Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque, Karadoz Bey Mosque, Crooked Bridge, Blagaj Fort, Museum of War and Genocide, Museum of the Old Bridge, and so much more.

  • Sarajevo

    Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. During its four-century rule by the Ottomans, it became one of the most multicultural cities in Europe. For its commitment to multiculturalism, Sarajevo has been named a UNESCO Creative City.

    Visit and discover the Sarajevo Tunnel, Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, Sebilj Fountain, Latin Bridge, Vijecnica, Skakavac Waterfall, Sacred Heart Cathedral, Miljacka River, National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Emperor's Mosque, and so much more.

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