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4D3N Sarajevo City Break

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4 Days
Availability : Jan-Dec
Sarajevo
Sarajevo
Min Age : 0+
Max People : 8
Tour Overview

As you know, European city which is attracting major attention in recent years for its cultural diversity, in the same time being ideal for weekend or 3/4 day city break, is capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, true European Jerusalem, Sarajevo.

Our 4D3N Sarajevo travel itinerary, is all-in-one package combining airport transfers, accommodation and tours, with in-depth Sarajevo explorations and one full day tour out of Sarajevo at your choice.

Please keep in mind this is a shared tour with definite departures, and not more than maximum 8 travellers (usually 3-5) per tour. It is based on private accommodation (3/4/5*) in Sarajevo.

Highlights

  • Enjoy and ideal and budget friendly extended weekend break.
  • Spend 3 nights in Sarajevo and learn why is it called European Jerusalem.
  • Enter the world of “Sevdah“, threat your buds with tasty home-cooked Bosnian dinner and live music.
  • Learn the story of war in Bosnia, Siege of Sarajevo, meet the local survivors and hear their story.
  • Explore Bosnia and Herzegovina in depth and make your own choice on the favourite destination to visit.
  • Experience the best of perfectly untouched nature and enjoy the fascinating Olympic Mountains and incredible water abundance.

What's Included

INCLUDED

Guide
English speaking local-expert guide.
Accommodation
Hotel in Sarajevo 3 nights (Choose via Booking Form: 3*, 4* or 5* hotels).
Meals
Breakfast included.
All Transfers
Sarajevo airport transfer on arrival/departure any time it fits you and all transfers during the tour. If you plan to arrive from Dubrovnik or Belgrade, let us know and we can arrange private transfer to Sarajevo. 
All Entrance Fees, Taxes & Flexible Cancellation Policy
No hidden costs. VAT 17% included in the price. Cancel 14 days prior for full refund or change dates anytime.
Availability
Tour is available throughout the year.

NOT INCLUDED

Insurance
Travel insurance is not included. Please buy it at home country.
Guide Tipping
Tips are not included in the tour costs. If you receive excellent service, please consider tipping.
Private Tour
All tours are shared, unless specifically booked as private.

Getting There

Logistics

  • Most convenient arrival point is Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ). Also consider using Wizz Air as cheaper option and fly into Tuzla International Airport (TZL).
  • If you plan to arrive either from Dubrovnik / Split / Zagreb or Belgrade, please contact us for affordable private transfer or consider one of our connecting tours.
  • Your arrival on Day 1 can be anytime. We recommend being in Sarajevo before 8 PM so you can attend our welcome dinner.
  • Your departure on Day 4 can be anytime.

Accommodation

Hotel in Sarajevo 3 nights (Choose via Booking Form: 3*, 4* or 5* hotels)

Room with breakfast. Options for single, double or triple rooms. In case our suggested accommodation is not your ideal choice, you are free to book your own and we will deduct it from the tour price.

Itinerary

  • DAY 1 (Arrival to Sarajevo)
Sarajevo old town Bascarsija coppersmith street - Kazandziluk
Sarajevo old town Bascarsija coppersmith street – Kazandziluk

Private Airport transfer from Sarajevo International Airport to Sarajevo city is included in the package price. Once you check-in your hotel, rest of the day is free to rest and get ready for great week to follow up. 

In the evening from 7 PM to 9 PM you will attend traditional Bosnian dinner at our Bosnian room listening live traditional Bosnian Sevdah Music, and meeting up the other members of the group.

  • DAY 2 (Sarajevo Walk and Sarajevo Siege Tour)
Sarajevo art academy and bridge Festina Lente
Sarajevo art academy and bridge Festina Lente

In the morning after breakfast from 10 AM until 1.30 PM do a walking tour of Sarajevo with food tasting, followed with delicious Bosnian coffee and sweets at our Bosnian room.

Take some rest and from 2 PM until 6 PM, attend our most popular half day tour in Sarajevo – Sarajevo Total Siege Tour. Learn about the Downfall of Yugoslavia and Modern World Longest Siege. Free time in the later afternoon.

  • DAY 3 (Optional )

As tour agency, we are focused on our guests maximum flexibility, so on this Day 3 we are offering four different day tours to choose between. Hopefully one of them will meet your requirements.

In the final steps of the booking form simply choose tour you prefer to book on Day 3.

  • DAY 4: Sarajevo Free Time & Airport Transfer

Free time in Sarajevo until airport transfer for your departure.

In case your transfer is in the later afternoon, we can combine it with some half day tours in Sarajevo, with discounted additional charge.

You can consider the following:

  1. Sarajevo Coppersmith Workshop
  2. Sarajevo Street Art Tour & Graffiti Workshop
 

What to Bring

What Do I Need to Bring?

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Waterproof jacket in case of rains
  • Warm jacket (during the winter period)
  • Light-weight, breathable walking shirts and trousers
  • Warm hat and light gloves (during the winter period)
  • Sun protection (especially for hiking tour)
  • Water bottle

Optional Extras

Single Supplement:

  • 50 EUR per person 

Full Board:

  • 55 EUR per person

Transfer/Tour to Sarajevo:

  • On request

    In case you find a better connecting flight deal please feel free to contact our team. We will be happy to arrange tour/transfer from any Balkan country to Sarajevo.

Map

Trip Photos

Sarajevo art academy and bridge Festina Lente
Sarajevo art academy and bridge Festina Lente
Mostar old bridge during the sunset
Mostar old bridge during the sunset
Srebrenica Genocide Memorial at Potocari
Srebrenica Genocide Memorial at Potočari
A local Lukomir woman laughing in traditional bosnian village highlands costume clothing
A local Lukomir woman laughing in traditional Bosnian village highlands costume clothing
Sarajevo old town Bascarsija coppersmith street - Kazandziluk
Sarajevo old town Baščarsija coppersmith street – Kazandžiluk
Konjic Old Bridge - Crossroad between Bosnia and Herzegovina
Konjic Old Bridge – Crossroad between Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jajce and Pliva waterfalls in Central Bosnia during the sunset
Jajce and Pliva waterfalls in Central Bosnia during the sunset
Blagaj River Spring and Dervish House
Blagaj River Spring and Dervish House
Lukomir village in Bosna and Herzegovina
Lukomir village in Bosna and Herzegovina
Sarajevo Gazi Husref Bey Mosque Built in 1531. and the Old Town
Sarajevo Gazi Husref Bey Mosque Built in 1531. and the Old Town

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is this tour for me?
    This tour requires normal level of fitness and is doable for anyone of normal level of fitness.
  2. Is Bosnia safe off the beaten path travels?
    The best destinations in Bosnia are totally off the beaten path and surely it is safe to explore them.
  3. Can I book as solo traveller?
    Yes you can. Significant number of our fellow travelers are solo.
  4. What is the weather like?
    Bosnia and Herzegovina is country of extremely differentiated weather seasons, meaning in the winter we have deep minus temperature and during the summer high plus, so make sure to know what to expect before arrival.
  5. How much should I tip?
    Tips are not included in the tour costs, nor they are heavily expected in Bosnian culture. However when you receive excellent service, we recommend tipping.
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rhivolution

Solo Traveller

Amazing Company & Tours

Me and 6 family members wanted to go on a trip that was a bit different to celebrate my Dad’s 70th birthday. We were a group with ages ranging from 28 – 70. I had visited Sarajevo previously, and thought it would be a good place to go. Sarajevo Funky Tours helped me customise the perfect trip before-hand, with Ema being particularly helpful to all of my many emails.

When our flight was cancelled on the evening before we were supposed to fly to Sarajevo, Ema was able to reschedule our first day’s city tour and combine it with our second day’s itinerary so that we didn’t miss out.

So for our trip, we combined three different tours to create a 4 day itinerary that took us from Sarajevo, through Mostar and on to Dubrovnik. Our guide was Arna (Armina), who I knew from a previous visit to Sarajevo, and she was fantastic for us once again. She speaks so candidly about what she lived through during the war, and also how her many years’ work with NGOs have shaped her thoughts on the country’s past, present and future. It was really important to us to try to understand Bosnia’s tragedy while we were there. But the country offers so much more than just learning about its painful past. It’s one of the most stunning countries I’ve ever visited (65 and counting), and Kravice Falls in particular were incredible. Sarajevo is such a vibrant city with so many influences, and the local beer is incredible (honestly!). Tito’s Bunker is a must, as one of the most fascinating and hilarious tourist attractions. Mostar and its bridge don’t even need me to eulogise about them.

Bosnia is a wonderful country. Sarajevo is one of my favourite cities in the world. Sarajevo Funky Tours are an incredible tour company, who are so accommodating, friendly, knowledgeable and just all-round great people to work with. I 100% recommend them for any sort of visit to Bosnia (and beyond).

September 13, 2018

YulichkaGulderen

Solo Traveller

Excellent servise
We visited Sarajevo in June 2016 and did several trips with Funky Tours. We met Skander ( the founder) who was very friendly and helpful, all trips were well organized, groups are small and guides are attantive and told us interesting stories about their beautiful country. We were very satisfy with this travel agency.

July 5, 2017

Brian T

Solo Traveller

Fantastic organization for all your needs in BH!
I was the leader of a school group who had a 5 day trip in BH. Skender helped arrange most aspects of our trip. He was quick, courteous and professional in his communication and organization. The guides (Adnan, Armina, Harris…and Harris!) were all wonderful people. It’s hard to describe how meaningful it is when people open up themselves and share their stories. It made for a truly informative and impactful experience. (Old Town Walking Tour and Full Siege Tour). He also connected us with his partners at Visit Konjic who led us on a rafting excursion (ABSOLUTELY must do for adventure seekers).
Skender followed up throughout the trip to make sure everything was running smoothly but it wasn’t even necessary as his preparations had been so thorough. I would highly recommend Skender, the guides at Funky Tours and their partner companies for anyone visiting BH. HVALA!!!

April 13, 2017

Maria H

Solo Traveller

“MTV Brasil crew in Bosnia – Hwala Skender!”

August 2012 – with a small film crew MTV Brasil went to Bosnia to film two episodes of a new travel program called ‘Adnet Viaja’. Why Bosnia? Well, Marcelo Adnet, Brazilian comedian, presenter and singer had been to Mostar once before and got inspired by the Sevdalinka music, the beautiful landscape and the fascinating history of the country. Our first connection with Sarajevo Funky Tours was made here on tripadvisor.com where we read great reviews on the tours and excursions Skender and his people arrange for tourists from all over the world.

The first idea we had was just to go on one of the tours, but… after thinking again and thinking a bit bigger, we needed someone to be with us all 3 days in Bosnia, show us Sarajevo, go with us to Mostar and even Neum, and basically be part of the crew! To never have asked is always a no, so we decided to ask the question: can we go on a Sarajevo Funky Tour that lasts three days 24/7??? Lucky for us, Skender got very enthusiastic immediately and not long after, our Bosnian journey began….

Two days we stayed in Sarajevo, what a great city! The old town is beautiful and the fact that we were there during the last days of the Ramadan made it even more special. Skender took us places to eat, to drink coffee and to smoke nagila that made us feel one of the Sarajevo citizens. We went on the war tour to the tunnel and a jewish cemetery that showed us the complexity and deep scars of the war. We also got to see the city from the highest point of Sarajevo, an amazing view and a great place for Marcelo Adnet to sing a Sevdalinka with the locals 🙂

After driving past amazing blue rivers and lakes and eating the traditional lamb on the way, we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the city of Mostar. We got to see the famous bridge and how it was devastated during the war, we saw ruins of buildings destroyed and infiltrated by bullets, but nothing could take away the beauty of this city!!! It is just enchanting.

Our trip went further through the beautiful towns of Blagaj and Počitelj down to Neum and eventually crossing the border to Croatia where we would continue our trip towards Italy. This is where we had to say goodbye to Skender with at least several hugs and a tear in our eyes. What a great time we had! Not only did we get to see Bosnia’s most interesting, inspiring, beautiful and impressing places, Skender made us feel what it is like to be Bosnian, what it is like to have a past living in fear of your life and how that gives you the motivation to make today’s Sarajevo and Bosnia as a whole a better place. Skender gave us goosebumps with his story telling, impressed us with his extended knowledge of the history, his great ability to think with us on showing the best sides of the country. He became a crew member very quickly and naturally, made us feel at home in his country, laughed with us, sang with us, thought with us, ate with us (when he was not fasting because of the Ramadan) and most important of all: made us FOB’s (Fans of Bosnia) forever!!!

Crew MTV Brasil: Marcelo Adnet, Marcelo Botta, Mariano Kweller, Aron den Boer and Maria Hupkes

September 4, 2012

Maria H

Solo Traveller

“MTV Brasil crew in Bosnia – Hwala Skender!”

August 2012 – with a small film crew MTV Brasil went to Bosnia to film two episodes of a new travel program called ‘Adnet Viaja’. Why Bosnia? Well, Marcelo Adnet, Brazilian comedian, presenter and singer had been to Mostar once before and got inspired by the Sevdalinka music, the beautiful landscape and the fascinating history of the country. Our first connection with Sarajevo Funky Tours was made here on tripadvisor.com where we read great reviews on the tours and excursions Skender and his people arrange for tourists from all over the world.

The first idea we had was just to go on one of the tours, but… after thinking again and thinking a bit bigger, we needed someone to be with us all 3 days in Bosnia, show us Sarajevo, go with us to Mostar and even Neum, and basically be part of the crew! To never have asked is always a no, so we decided to ask the question: can we go on a Sarajevo Funky Tour that lasts three days 24/7??? Lucky for us, Skender got very enthusiastic immediately and not long after, our Bosnian journey began….

Two days we stayed in Sarajevo, what a great city! The old town is beautiful and the fact that we were there during the last days of the Ramadan made it even more special. Skender took us places to eat, to drink coffee and to smoke nagila that made us feel one of the Sarajevo citizens. We went on the war tour to the tunnel and a jewish cemetery that showed us the complexity and deep scars of the war. We also got to see the city from the highest point of Sarajevo, an amazing view and a great place for Marcelo Adnet to sing a Sevdalinka with the locals 🙂

After driving past amazing blue rivers and lakes and eating the traditional lamb on the way, we were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the city of Mostar. We got to see the famous bridge and how it was devastated during the war, we saw ruins of buildings destroyed and infiltrated by bullets, but nothing could take away the beauty of this city!!! It is just enchanting.

Our trip went further through the beautiful towns of Blagaj and Počitelj down to Neum and eventually crossing the border to Croatia where we would continue our trip towards Italy. This is where we had to say goodbye to Skender with at least several hugs and a tear in our eyes. What a great time we had! Not only did we get to see Bosnia’s most interesting, inspiring, beautiful and impressing places, Skender made us feel what it is like to be Bosnian, what it is like to have a past living in fear of your life and how that gives you the motivation to make today’s Sarajevo and Bosnia as a whole a better place. Skender gave us goosebumps with his story telling, impressed us with his extended knowledge of the history, his great ability to think with us on showing the best sides of the country. He became a crew member very quickly and naturally, made us feel at home in his country, laughed with us, sang with us, thought with us, ate with us (when he was not fasting because of the Ramadan) and most important of all: made us FOB’s (Fans of Bosnia) forever!!!

Crew MTV Brasil: Marcelo Adnet, Marcelo Botta, Mariano Kweller, Aron den Boer and Maria Hupkes

September 4, 2012
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