From  £830
per person
Tour Highlights
  • Connect Bosnia-Herzegovina's most renowned cities by public train
  • While away the day in the old Turkish quarter 'Bascarsija'- Sarajevo's beating heart
  • Visit Sarajevo's Tunnel Museum, an 800m tunnel constructed during the siege of Sarajevo in the 90s.
  • Witness locals perform daring dives from Mostar's famous Stari Most
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Sarajevo & Mostar Twin Centre

6 Day Tour, from £830 per person

This tailor-made, twin centre itinerary combines two of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s most appealing yet most diverse cities - Bosnia’s cosmopolitan capital Sarajevo and Herzegovina’s Ottoman gem, Mostar. Travel between the two by train, enjoying free time in each city to explore at your own pace.

Since the tragic war years, Sarajevo has undergone a major facelift, with pedestrianised city centre walkways, rejuvenated Austro- Hungarian facades and teeming cafés buzzing day and night. For a spectacular panoramic view, perhaps begin at Jajce Castle which watches over the old town below. Wander down the capital’s backstreets into Bascarsija, Sarajevo’s Turkish quarter and discover an oriental mix of coffee shops, mosques, madrasahs and caravanserais, or stroll along charming Ferhadija to the eternal flame which burns in memory of the many who lost their lives during the conflict.
Perhaps consider an optional half-day excursion to Sarajevo’s surrounding hills and traditional villages. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and visit the Tunnel Museum to gain an insight into the 800 metre tunnel which provided a lifeline to people living in the besieged capital. Separated from Bosnia by the towering Dinaric Alps, a warm Mediterranean climate prevails in Herzegovina. Travel between the two notably different landscapes by train and arrive in Mostar on the banks of the Neretva river. Mostar thrived under Turkish rule in the 15th and 16th centuries, and the cobblestone streets of the city’s old Ottoman town are the perfect place to begin. Be sure to cross Stari Most, the famous stone bridge rebuilt in 2004, for wonderful views of the historic buildings and the mountains beyond.
This is a suggested itinerary based on traditional 3-star hotels – speak to a Regent Balkans Specialist to tailor-make your own itinerary or upgrade to 4-star hotels. We can also include transfers by public bus or private car.

Tour Itinerary

Sunset in Sarajevo

Fly to Sarajevo and transfer to the hotel for two nights. Perhaps head out to soak up the lively evening atmosphere at the cafés and bars of the old town or jazz clubs of the city centre.

Diamond Rain Hotel
Latin Bridge, Sarajevo

Explore Bosnia’s historic capital at leisure. Perhaps visit the oriental Bascarsija area and stop for Turkish coffee at Halvat cafe or Morica Han. Stand on the site where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated near the Latin Bridge, shop for handmade copper dishes on Kazandziluk Street, visit beautiful Gazi Husrev Begova Mosque or why not try the local beer at Pivnica - the old Sarajevska brewery. (B)

Diamond Rain Hotel

Free time in Sarajevo before the transfer to the railway station to board the afternoon train bound for Mostar. Admire the stunning scenery of the Dinaric Alps on this 2 hour journey. On arrival, make your way to the hotel for a 2 night stay. (B)

Kriva Cuprija Hotel-Restaurant
Stari Most

Discover Herzegovina’s beautiful Ottoman city. Why not stop for a Turkish coffee at the 16th century Tabhana Turkish Bath courtyard, a favourite social spot for locals. Shop for pomegranates at Tepa Market and admire the ornate Islamic architecture of Koski Mehmed- Pasha Mosque. In the evening, dine at one of the many restaurants on the banks of the river for spectacular panoramas. (B)

Kriva Cuprija Hotel-Restaurant

Continue exploring Mostar at leisure today before the afternoon train departs for Sarajevo, or take a private transfer back to Sarajevo via Blagaj to discover the 15th-century dervish tekke. (B)



Diamond Rain Hotel
Transfer to the airport for the flight back to the UK. (B)

Pricing Information

6 day tour, from £830 per person
(Single person supplement + £170)

Price Includes

  • Return flights in economy class from the UK to Sarajevo
  • All airport taxes and security charges
  • Accommodation in three-star hotels with breakfast
  • Return train tickets between Sarajevo and Mostar
  • Private return airport transfers
  • Private transfers from hotel to railway stations in Sarajevo

Price Excludes

  • Optional excursions/tours - contact us for details
  • Transfers from/to railway station in Mostar - taxi's are best taken for this journey 
  • Additional meals
  • Tips & gratuities 

Price Includes

Price Excludes

Tour Route Map

  1. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sarajevo
  2. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mostar
  3. Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sarajevo

Tour Accommodation

Diamond Rain Hotel
Diamond Rain Hotel
Diamond Rain Hotel Opened in 2020, this delightful boutique hotel is some 700 metres from Sebilj Fountain in Baščaršija Square, or approx a 10 minute walk.Its modern rooms are bright......
Kriva Cuprija Hotel-Restaurant
Kriva Cuprija Hotel-Restaurant
Kriva Cuprija Hotel-Restaurant Set in a heritage-listed limestone house, Hotel-Restaurant Kriva Cuprija is situated just steps away from the UNESCO-protected Stari Most (Old Bridge) in Mostar; you......

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Excellent - keep up the good work. Service from Regent was excellent - really responsive and helpful. Very professional local partners, especially in Bosnia and great quality hotels - thank you!

Mr I Burns

I found the staff at the Guesthouse Kandilj particularly hospitable and helpful. My guide Mustafa was most helpful, pleasant, polite and very knowledgable. He took me to all the sites I had specified in Sarajavo, Blagaj and Mostar. Damil, his brother was our taxi driver - most competent driver. Thanks to them both.

Ms. J. Peakin

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