Trip from Sarajevo - International Airport
to Makarska

Trip details

Departure from Sarajevo - International Airport
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Makarska
12:35h

Trip duration: 215min

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Departure from Sarajevo - International Airport
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Places you can visit along the way

Quality photo of Blue Lake - Croatia

Blue Lake
Croatia

75 min

Although Adriatic coast has many beauties to boast with, we recommend driving a bit off the beaten track and discovering something truly magical – the... Red and Blue Lakes. Both lakes are located near the town of Imotski. Lying in a deep sinkhole, these lakes have impressive dimensions which actually make them some of the largest sinkhole lakes in the world. The Blue Lake got its name from the crystal blue waters, while the Red Lake’s name comes from the red stones surrounding it. Both lakes are stunning natural phenomenon and great attractions. However, there is one more curiosity linked to the Blue Lake – during the hot summer season this lake completely disappears and the dry base becomes a football pitch. If you are lucky enough, you may be enjoying the annual football match between the Elves and the Werewolves on the flat lake basin.

Quality photo of Sarajevo War Tunnel Museum - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo War Tunnel Museum
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

In the midst of the Bosnian War, during the Siege of Sarajevo that lasted for 4 years, the people of Sarajevo were trapped and starving,... living in their basements. In 1993 the Bosnian army built the Sarajevo Tunnel known as the Tunnel of Hope. The purpose of the tunnel was to deliver food and supplies to those in need. The 800 meters long, 1 m wide, 1.6 meters high tunnel was the city's lifeline to the outside world. Historians estimate that more than 1 million trips were taken through the tunnel and about 20 million tons of food were transported through here. Today, about 20 meters of tunnel are part of a museum which contains a collection of objects, archival documents and authentic video material made during the time of the Siege of Sarajevo.

Quality photo of Konjic Bridge - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Konjic Bridge
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

A masterpiece of seventeenth century architecture, Konjic Bridge was built under Ottoman rule in 1682. It is the landmark of one of the country’s oldest... towns, Konjic and one of the finest monuments of its kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Destroyed by the German troops in 1945, it was not until the 2009 that the bridge was reconstructed into its original state, thanks to the funds of the Turkish government. Therefore, the grand opening with more than 1500 performers included also performances by the Turkish military band and the Turkish whirling dervishes of Konya.