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Bosnia tour package from Dubai

Bosnia which is one of the Southern European countries is a well-known country. The green landscape and natural nature which comes with breathtaking views make this country a tourist destination. Moreover, the country stretches to the coast thence can enjoy the beach.

Bosnia is a small country but it has more than meets the eye thus a Bosnia tour package from Dubai is a perfect way to spend your holiday. As you prepare your tour here are somethings you need to know about Bosnia.

Visa requirements for Dubai residents and locals to Bosnia

If you have a UAE passport you don't require a visa to enter Bosnia. All you need to have your passport when entering thecountry and get stamped and stay up to 6 months in Bosnia. You should also meet other traveling regulations as stated by the Bosnia government.

What is the climate like in Bosnia?

The climate in Bosnia is described as the Mediterranean to the parts near the sea where it is cold and in the hilly parts, it is continental. The northern part's climate is different as there are cold winters and hot summers.

Some areas of Bosnia are covered in snow and frost in winter, whereas Mostar's plain receives wind and a bit of cold from cold air from the north and north-east.

Except for a few sheltered valleys and the far northern region, near the Croatian border, most of the nation receives a lot of rain.

Generally, Bosnia climate is mostly determined by the Adriatic Sea, the Dinarides Mountains, which run parallel to the coast from northwest to southeast, and the macroscale air circulation of the region.

When is the best time to visit Bosnia?

May, June, and early September are the best times to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina since the heat is less intense and hiking is ideal. Winter activities are best enjoyed in February and March when the sun is out and the days are longer.

May, June, or September are the best months to visit Bosnia-Herzegovina for hiking because it is less hot, although it never reaches the same temperature as Croatia.

Winter can last up to six months, although February and March are ideal because of the increased sunshine and improved visibility. The mountains around Sarajevo make it possible to experience four different seasons in one day, so always pack a coat. Seasonal changes in flora make trekking in spring and autumn both spectacular.

How to get around Bosnia

The means to get around in Bosnia is developing and it can sometimes be not easy to get to some areas. However, here are the best ways to get to Bosnia

By public transportation

It is easy to book public transport to your destination in Bosnia. There are cars in major towns and cities and the price varies to where you wish to go. The cars may be uncomfortable as you'll be sharing and the conditions are not the best.


In Bosnia, the bus system is the major means of transportation. There is a well-developed network of intercity and international buses that run regularly.

It's usually straightforward to wave down any bus that passes by when going between towns. Reservations are only necessary in exceptional circumstances, such as for overnight journeys or during peak holiday travel times.

It is not to be disregarded that purchasing your round-trip ticket from the same company as your first ticket will save you up to 60%. You must, however, return with the same company, or you will be compelled to pay the entire fare once more.

Hire car

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a fantastic country to travel through by car because the scenery is frequently beautiful. Expect to travel at slow speeds due to the mountainous terrain, poor driving habits of many road users. The roods in Bosnia are in a poor state thus ought to be careful when driving.

Where to stay In Bosnia & Herzegovina

You can find 5 stars hotel in Bosnia and enjoy world-class services and stay in a luxurious room. Here are the best hotels in Bosnia.

Hotel Colors Inn

The Hotel Colors Inn Sarajevo, located 200 meters from the city center, features contemporary furnishings and a colorful, minimalist interior design that is sure to impress.

It gives you access to access Wi-Fi. Around 300 meters away is the busy Baarija area. In their rooms, guests will find a flat-screen cable TV, air conditioning, and a minibar. A hairdryer and towels are provided in the private bathrooms, which include a shower.

A complimentary breakfast buffet is included in the accommodation rate at the Colors Inn Sarajevo Hotel, in addition to a 24-hour front desk. For a price, on-site parking is also available. Around the neighborhood, there are several cafes and eateries to pick from.

The main bus and train stations are one kilometer away from the property. The distance between the hotel and the Sarajevo Airport is 13 kilometers. The Jahorina ski resort is 30 kilometers away.

İsa Begov Hamam Hotel

The sa Begov Hamam Hotel in Sarajevo offers a complimentary sauna and hot tub access. The hotel's furnishings, which feature hand-carved Ottoman motifs and handmade rugs, as well as its wooden flooring, are of the highest quality. A typical Turkish breakfast is included in the price.

Guests can take advantage of complimentary tea and coffee in the hotel lobby. Each room is pleasant and peaceful, with air conditioning and a flat-screen television with satellite channels.

A seating area is included in some rooms for your comfort. As a backdrop, some rooms feature views of the mountains, the garden, or the city. Every room has its bathroom, which has a bathtub or shower, as well as a toilet.

The hotel provides bathrobes, slippers, and complimentary toiletries. While the use of the hammam is complimentary, guests can pay extra for a massage. The facility's front desk is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Sa Begov Hamam Hotel is 100 yards from the Latin Bridge, and 300 meters from Bascarsija Street. The airport in Sarajevo is 9 kilometers away from the hotel. For a fee and only if requested in advance, airport transportation can be arranged.

Pino Nature Hotel

The Pino Nature Hotel is a Halal-certified business located on the slopes of Trebevi Mountain, about 15 minutes from Sarajevo's old center. On-site amenities include a spa and a restaurant serving traditional Bosnian cuisine as well as foreign a la carte delicacies. Guests can connect to the hotel's free WiFi network from anywhere in the building.

The rooms are tastefully designed and offer views of Trebevi's natural surroundings. Among the facilities are satellite television, a small bar, and a safe. For your comfort, each room offers an en suite bathroom with slippers, complimentary toiletries, and a hairdryer.

The health center features a 23-meter swimming pool, two saunas, and a fitness center, all of which are complementary to visitors. For an extra cost, selections of specialty massage treatments are available. For its younger guests, the Hotel Pino Nature also provides a children's club and a playground.

A spacious conference room with seating for up to 150 people is available in the hotel's business center. The Pino Nature Hotel is 5.3 kilometers from Baarija's lively city center and 6 kilometers from the city's famed Sebilj Fountain. Sarajevo's international airport is 13.5 kilometers away from the city's core. For an extra cost, a shuttle service is available.

Swissotel Sarajevo Hotel

The vistas are breathtaking. It is very popular among couples. It first opened its doors in July of this year. The Swissotel Sarajevo is a 5-star hotel with contemporary-styled rooms located 1.8 kilometers from the Latin Bridge and 2.1 kilometers from Bascarsija Street.

The hotel's restaurants, which welcome visitors, serve a combination of Middle Eastern and traditional food. All of the rooms and suites offer large windows that view the city and private bathrooms with a walk-in shower, in addition to a flat-screen TV and coffee and tea-making amenities.

Café Swiss serves breakfast, as well as all-day dining and a variety of options for a quick work lunch or afternoon snack. The Fusion Restaurant serves a fusion of Middle Eastern and traditional food, while the Swiss Lounge serves coffee and pastries. At this location, alcoholic beverages are not available for purchase.

A variety of beauty and spa services are available at the Golden Rain Spa, which includes an indoor swimming pool. A meeting room, as well as business services and rooms, are available at the hotel.

The Swissotel hotel is direct across the street from City Centre, while other attractions such as the Sebilj Fountain are only a 10-minute drive away. Sarajevo International Airport, which is 8.1 kilometers from the property, is the nearest.

Hotel Europe

One of Sarajevo's architectural jewels is the Hotel Europe, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, which was erected in 1882 in a mix of Oriental and modern styles. It is a national landmark and has been in the family for over 130 years. The Hotel Europe Bosnia is an ideal choice for your stay because it is located in the heart of Sarajevo's historic district.

This old town hotel in Sarajevo is within walking distance of several significant sites, including the Latin Bridge, the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, Markale Market, Bascarsija Street, Sebilj Fountain, Sarajevo City Hall, Sarajevo National Theatre, Monica Han, Svrzo's House, and other major sights. Within a few hundred meters of the hotel are a store, pubs, and restaurants.

This 5-star Bosnia and Herzegovina hotel's rooms are spacious and air-conditioned, making it an excellent choice for families. Minibars, safes, flat-screen TVs with cable, hairdryers, bathtubs and free WiFi are all available. They are situated in the city's center.

Among the hotel's additional features are wheelchair-accessible rooms, complimentary parking, Turkish steam baths, a sun deck, terraces, swimming pools, saunas, and massage rooms. Mozart's Patisserie serves traditional pastries, and the restaurant serves worldwide and regional specialties.

Beka Kafana, also known as the Viennese Café, serves a variety of delectable beverages, while Mozart's Patisserie serves traditional pastries and the restaurant serves worldwide and regional specialties.

Best things to do in Bosnia

There are several places to explore and do in Bosnia but here are the best things you ought to include in your things to do in Bosnia.

Walk the Tunnel of Hope

Between 1992 and 1995, Bosnian-Serb forces blocked Sarajevo off from the rest of the world, leaving it with only one method of communication: an 800-meter long, 1-meter wide, 1.6-meter high tunnel and were meant to connect two houses on opposite sides of the airport runway.

Rails were eventually built in the tunnel to make the transit of food and supplies easier. You can go through a segment of the tunnel from the residence on the western entrance while taking in the surroundings, in addition to learning about the siege through educational exhibits and video. What you're about to witness is a profoundly moving event.

Visit the National Museum of Bosnia

The illustrated text of the Passover Haggadah, which is used in conjunction with the Passover Seder, is contained in the Sarajevo Haggadah illuminated manuscript, which is on exhibit at the National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo.

It was written around 1350 and has its beginnings in Barcelona, making it one of the world's oldest Haggadahs. This museum features a large collection of steps, in addition to a collection of Greek pottery and Roman mosaics (medieval tombstones found scattered around the country).

The majority of them are engraved with the now-extinct Bosnian Cyrillic script, which is still in use today. They first appeared in the 12th century for several Christian churches, including the Bosnian Church, and the majority of them are engraved with the now-extinct Bosnian Cyrillic script, which is still in use today.

See the watermills of Jajce

Because of a gigantic waterfall that connects the rivers Pliva and Vrbas that flows through the city, Jajce is known as the "city of falling water." Little wooden buildings situated on stilts above a torrent of rushing water were used to mill wheat collected from surrounding farmers into flour during the period of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1867-1918).

The villas are unique in that they pool the available water power rather than relying on a single large water wheel. Although you won't be able to enter, you'll be able to get a good look at the huts from afar.

Take a tour of Tito’s Bunker

The bunker, which was built on the banks of the Neretva River just outside of Konjic and hidden behind a seemingly regular house under the orders of Yugoslav revolutionary Josip Tito, was formerly a popular tourist attraction.

Even the construction workers were kept in the dark about what had happened for many years until they arrived on the construction site. The D-0 ARK Underground Biennial, which highlights contemporary art, is now taking place in the bunker, which cost billions of dollars to build.

See the Bosnian Pyramids

The Bosnian Pyramids which date back 12,000 yearsare a set of four pyramids in Visoko. These pyramids are in perfect cardinal alignment, with some reaching heights of 220 meters. They are close to Visoko, a small town.

Even while the majority of scientists have disregarded the idea that these structures were built by an ancient society, the fact that they are aligned with the north is a fairly amazing coincidence. Because no official tours are offered, you are free to explore on your own.

Visit Galerija

One of the most terrible events of the Yugoslav War was the Srebrenica massacre, which was the world's worst genocide since World War II and was carried out by Bosnian Serb forces.

The 8,372 victims in the gallery serve as a monument to those who have died while also sharing survivors' stories. This exhibition features an extraordinary collection of images, film footage, and voice testimonials

Go whitewater rafting

Whitewater rafting in the Tara River Canyon, Europe's deepest canyon, is one of the country's most exciting activities, as you manage rapids and fast-flowing water as you make your way through this deep canyon.

In addition to crossing 15 miles (25 kilometers) of whitewater with your guide, you will see waterfalls, springs, and swimming spots.