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Visit the Top 10 places in Herzegovina with Coach Charter Europe - your bus company

Visit the Top 10 places in Herzegovina with Coach Charter Europe - your bus company
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a Southeastern European country in the Balkans. Its landscape is characterized by medieval villages, rivers and lakes as well as the rugged Dinaric Mountains. In the capital Sarajevo there is the well-preserved historical town center Baščaršija with landmarks such as the Gazi Husrev Beg Mosque from the 16th century. The assassination attempt on Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which triggered the First World War, took place on the Latin Bridge, which dates back to the Ottoman period.

Coach Charter Europe will be your group travel partner when it comes to visit Herzegovina. Let the experts take care of you and book your tour bus with the driver on our website. We can offer long distance coaches for a multi-day trip around Alps. You can also chose an Airport shuttle transfer for you and your group from Bosnia Airport to your favourite places in Herzegovina. A chartered bus with driver booked at our bus rental company will be the best choice for a perfect stay at Herzegovina.

Coach Charter Europe’s team wanted to show you some of the very best things to do in the Herzegovina: 

1. Kujundziluk (Old Bazaar)

Not far from the historic Stari Most, the Stari Grad lies a town that is three centuries old. The historic and commercial center of the district is the Old Bazaar on the bank of the River Neretva. This building was once packed with people finding business deals. At the present time, people come here looking for handicrafts and artisan products. Be prepared to bargain really hard on some of the jewellery, scarves, bags and shisha pipes at the Cairo handicraft store. 

2. Latin Bridge (Latinska Ćuprija)

Incredibly short for its gravity, the Latin Bridge spans the River Miljacka between Obala Culina Bana and Obala Isa-Bega Ishakovića in Sarajevo. Brick construction of the bridge was built before the 16th century.

3. Sarajevo Tunnel (Tunel Spasa)

The best way to learn about the Siege of Sarajevo is to visit the Sarajevo Tunnel (Tunel Spasa) War Museum. As the Bosnian War escalated, this tunnel acted as a significant lifeline for the city of Sarajevo in 1993.

4. Old Bridge (Stari Most)

Founded in 1566, the Old Bridge (Stari Most) in multilingual Mostar straddles the Neretva River; it was planned in a single stone span by Turkish architect Kodja Mimar Sinan and built by Mimar Hayerdin, who was threatened with execution by the Sultan if the bridge should collapse. Thankfully, it was able to stand the test of time before its defeat during the Balkan Wars, but is returning once again. The Old Bridge symbolizes reconciliation and harmony among the people of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

5. Bascarsija Bazaar

Located north of Miljacka River and forming the heart of the Old Town of Sarajevo, Bascarsija Oriental Market is a lively, bustling market where many mosques and hammams date back to 1462, when Bosnia was under Ottoman rule. The Baroque architecture was the cornerstone of Habsburg property in modern-day Bosnia. Today, Bascarsija has become a labyrinthine section of cobbled alleys and shady alleys and by the 17th century, it had become a vibrant trading center with thousands of workshops performing scores of trades including coppersmiths, potters, jewelers, and others existing amidst the mosques and minarets.

6. Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque

Bascarsija is the former Ottoman bazaar which was established about 1450. The most beautiful and grandest of Bosniak bistro is Gazi Husrev-beg. It was designed in 1530 in Turkish style by the Iranian architect Adžem Esir Ali. The mosque sustained damage during the wars in the 1990s and it was rebuilt. The mosque's distinctive dome has once again become the symbol of the region.

7. Neretva River (Rijeka Neretva)

The Neretva is Bosnia's longest river at 225 km (140.5 miles) in length. The Buna river feeds into a major lake called Jablanica and this lake connects to Mostar. The outlet of the river is regulated by four hydroelectric dams at the lower part of the river known as the Ostra. The Neretva river flows underneath the historic Stari Most ("Old Bridge"), which has become a symbol of reconciliation between Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia. From there, it slowly floats down to the town of Pocitelj which is high up above the river along the banks of the Danube.

8. Kajtaz House (Kajtazova Kuća)

A building dating back to the seventeenth century is exceptionally preserved in the historic Muslim quarter of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The water fountain was installed before the Turkish governor's mansion in 1941. 

9. Mostar Clock Tower (Sahat Kula)

This is a perfect example of the Ottoman tradition left in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Stari Grad). The Belvedere stands just next to the Herzegovina Museum and reaches 15 meters (49 feet) in height. At one stage the tower contained a bell, but this was melted down during the Austro-Hungarian occupation of the country and was not reinstated. Like several of Mostar's historic landmarks, the Sahat Kula Cultural and Educational Centre suffered extensive damage during the Balkan wars of the 1990s, but was completely restored in 1999.

10. National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Zemaljski Muzej)

The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was established in 1888 when Bosnia was under control of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. During both world wars, the House of Serge was closed and the houses were destroyed during the Siege of Sarajevo in the 1990s. The closing of the museum is due to insufficient financial support provided to the museum and because of certain political problems about which little can be done.

Coach Charter Europe will help you make every step of the way to your group transport. We give our decades of experience and awareness in the bus rental industry to provide the best suited tour bus rental services for your journey. You are welcome to order your airport shuttle service, tour bus service or long-distance charter bus service from our website. Our new fleet of charter busses of many sizes will provide the transport you need for your party. The Coach Charter Europe bus company offers professional and kind drivers as well as a friendly booking team. We look forward to receiving your inquiry to provide you with an acceptable transport quote for your community travel needs.

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