Bosniens bewegende Geschichte kennen lernen in Sarajevo & Mostar inkl. Bunkerbesuch
ab 522 €

Bosniens bewegende Geschichte kennen lernen in Sarajevo & Mostar inkl. Bunkerbesuch

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erstellt/aktualisert: Dienstag, 16. Juli 2019 - Reisetermin (änderbar): Samstag, 26. Oktober 2019
Preis pro Person ab
522 €
pro Person bei Buchung mit 2 Erwachsenen
Informationen zur Reise
Bosnien & Herzegowina hat eine bewegende Geschichte, die geprägt ist von zahlreichen Kriegen und Zerwürfnissen. Heute steht in dem Balkanstaat die Brücke von Mostar sinnbildlich für die Verbindung von Ost und West, Christentum und Islam sowie den katholischen Kroaten und orthodoxen Serben, die heute größtenteils friedlich nebeneinander herleben. Deren Geschichte ist nach wie vor in der Hauptstadt Sarajevo sowie auf einer Tour in einen der zahlreichen Bunker rund um Mostar zu erleben. In dieser Reiseidee besuchen Sie zunächst Sarajevo, mit seinem gut erhaltenen historischen Stadtkern, bevor Sie sich mit dem Mietwagen auf den Weg nach Mostar machen. Im Grundpaket sind 7 Übernachtungen enthalten, das angegebene Preisbeispiel wurde mit Abflug ab Frankfurt am 16.05.2019 ermittelt. Reisedatum, Aufenthaltsdauer, Hotels sowie der Abflughafen können Ihren individuellen Wünschen entsprechend angepasst werden.
erstellt/aktualisert: Dienstag, 16. Juli 2019 - Reisetermin (änderbar): Samstag, 26. Oktober 2019
Ziele: Sarajevo, Mostar
Themen
Städte
Ihr Reiseablauf
26 Okt.
Transport von Frankfurt Main nach Sarajevo
Reisetermin (änderbar)
Adria Airways Adria Airways
09:20 - Frankfurt, Frankfurt Main (FRA)
13:30 - Sarajevo, Sarajevo (SJJ)
4h 10min 1 PC 1 Zwischenstopp
JP
Adria Airways - JP 117
09:20 - Frankfurt, Frankfurt Main (FRA)
10:35 - Ljubljana, Ljubljana (LJU)
Angeboten von: JP
Transportart: 319
Cabin Class: ECONOMY
Verbindung von Ljubljana, Ljubljana (LJU)
2h 0min
JP
Adria Airways - JP 700
12:35 - Ljubljana, Ljubljana (LJU)
13:30 - Sarajevo, Sarajevo (SJJ)
Angeboten von: JP
Transportart: CR7
Cabin Class: ECONOMY
26 Okt.
1. Sarajevo
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Über die Destination: "Sarajevo is the capital and largest city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with an estimated population of 369,534. The Sarajevo metropolitan area, including Sarajevo, East Sarajevo and surrounding municipalities inhabitants. Moreover, it is also the capita of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity, the capital of the Republika Srpska entity, and the center of the Sarajevo Canton. Sarajevo is the leading political, social and cultural center of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a prominent center of culture in the Balkans, with its region-wide influence in entertainment, media, fashion, and the arts. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Old Town. The cobbled streets, mosques and Oriental style shops at the heart the city are a world away from Europe, and when the call-to-prayer starts, one could be forgiven for thinking that they were actually in the Middle East. • Latin Bridge. Across the street from this bridge was the location of the 28 June 1914 assassination of Archduke of the Austrian Hungarian empire Franz Ferdinand, the event that sparked the beginning of World War I. A memorial to the assassin Gavrilo Princip, his footprints carved in stone and mounted in the sidewalk, used to be here but this was removed during the 1992-1995 War. • Yellow Fortress. The small fortress provides a great view of the city. Walk through the war cemetery at the eastern end of the old town. Another way is to follow the river upstream. • Markale Market Place. Marked the start of NATO intervention and thereby end of the war after a bombing which took the life of some 40 people. The main entrance is located on Ferhadija and backs onto Mula Mustafe Baseskije. The street that runs between the two roads is called Gajevo. • Vrelo Bosne. The beginning of the river Bosna where the water is pure and ice cold. In less than 20 minutes on foot from the city centre, you are out in the countryside, with no suburbs in between: unique for a large city. • Bosnian Historical Museum. The moving display on the siege of Sarajevo is a must-see - if you are able to cope with the pictures of the maimed citizens after shelling of markets. And you will be heartbroken by the pictures drawn by children. • National Museum. Static displays of the natural and human history of Bosnia and Herzegovina - including an exhibition of traditional Turkish style homes of Sarajevo prevalent in the nineteenth century, an extensive collection of insects and stuffed mammals and a large geology section with samples from around the world and a number of meteorites."
26 Okt.
Unterkunft
3 Nights
Great Wall
81%
Bei 7,9 km vom Zentrum entfernt
Übernachtung mit Frühstück DOUBLE STANDARD
This lovely hotel is in Sarajevo,close by International Airport Sarajevo. The establishment comprises 22 cosy accommodation units. All accomodation units are equipped with air-conditionings, LCD TVs w...
26 Okt.
Autovermietung
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Sarajevo
Sarajevo Airport
15:20 - 26.10.2019
Sarajevo
Sarajevo Airport
14:00 - 02.11.2019
Transport von Sarajevo nach Mostar
Kein Transport
29 Okt.
2. Mostar
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Über die Destination: "Mostar is a city and municipality in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited by 113,169 people, it is the most important city in the Herzegovina region, its cultural capital, and the center of the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton of the Federation. Mostar is situated on the Neretva River and is the fifth-largest city in the country. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS • Stari Most - The Old Bridge. Originally built by the Turks in 1566, it was destroyed in 1993, but rebuilt in 2004. The bridge is the highlight of Mostar and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. • Old Bridge Museum. Includes exhibits on the history of the bridge, a panoramic view from the top, and entrance into the excavations below, along with a video detailing the reconstruction of the bridge. • Muslibegovica House. Constructed 300 years ago, it is considered the most beautiful house from Ottoman period in the Balkans. The house is comprised of separate quarters for women and men. Unlike earlier architectural styles, this house resembled a four-storey house built around the centre. • History Museum of Herzegovina. Has a small collection of photographs from various phases of Mostar history, including a small exhibit on a native son who appeared to have served as Tito's former Foreign Minister for a space. Also shows an excellent video on the recent history of the Old Bridge. • Koski Mehmed Pasina Dzamija. Small but simply pretty Ottoman mosque built in 1618. Climb to the minaret to see a great view over the town. • Karadozbegova Dzamija. A modest Ottoman mosque built in 1557. • Biscevica House. An Ottoman house, where you only can see the few rooms in upstairs."
29 Okt.
Unterkunft
4 Nights
Villa Fortuna
96%
Bei 1,2 km vom Zentrum entfernt
NUR ZIMMER DOUBLE STANDARD
02 Nov.
Transport von Mostar nach Frankfurt Main
Rückgabe
Adria Airways Adria Airways
15:20 - Sarajevo, Sarajevo (SJJ) Alternative airport
19:15 - Frankfurt, Frankfurt Main (FRA)
3h 55min 1 PC 1 Zwischenstopp
JP
Adria Airways - JP 701
15:20 - Sarajevo, Sarajevo (SJJ) Alternative airport
16:20 - Ljubljana, Ljubljana (LJU)
Angeboten von: JP
Transportart: CR7
Cabin Class: ECONOMY
Verbindung von Ljubljana, Ljubljana (LJU)
1h 30min
JP
Adria Airways - JP 124
17:50 - Ljubljana, Ljubljana (LJU)
19:15 - Frankfurt, Frankfurt Main (FRA)
Angeboten von: JP
Transportart: CR9
Cabin Class: ECONOMY
Preis pro Person ab
522 €
pro Person bei Buchung mit 2 Erwachsenen
Reisezusammenfassung
2 Erwachsene
26.10.2019 - 02.11.2019
Nächte 7
Dieser Reiseplan beinhaltet
Ziele 2
Flüge/Transporte 2
Unterkünfte 2
Autos 1