Trip from Split
to Sarajevo - International Airport

Trip details

Departure from Split
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Sarajevo - International Airport
13:04h

Trip duration: 244min

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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.

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Mostar
Bosnia and Herzegovina

105 min

The small town of Mostar is best known for its 16th century Ottoman bridge – Stari Most (the Old Bridge) which stretches between reincarnated medieval... towers and crosses the Neretva River. City’s striking architecture, as the bridge itself, reflect many influences that Mostar has gone through in its past, from Christian Europe and Muslim Middle East. During the 1990s conflict, a major part of the historic old town and the Old Bridge were destroyed and then rebuilt in 2004. Its wide-ranging architecture and many mosques make Mostar the ideal place to go for a cultural break.

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Klis Fortress
Croatia

75 min

Overlooking the city of Split, the Klis fortress became world famous after featuring in hit television series Game of Thrones series. But its historical value... is much more significant. In its 2000 years long history that begun with the Illyrian tribe called Dalmatae that used it as a stronghold, the fortress saw many different rulers and crucial events. It is built into a rocky ridge which provides visitors with incredible views of entire Split area and Adriatic islands. The fortress also features a small church, a museum and a room dedicated to Game of Thrones memorabilia.

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Salona Ruins
Croatia

75 min

The ruins of Solin are well worth spending an hour or two because they consist of many ancient treasures. In its glory days, the 2nd... century amphitheater could hold 18,000 spectators, the Manastirine, a burial place for early Christian martyrs, Tusculum Museum, the remains of a covered aqueduct, public baths, and ancient churches; all this can be explored within the ruins of Solin. All in all, if visiting Split, be sure to make this short detour to Solin because it is just a few minutes’ drive.

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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.

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Omis
Croatia

90 min

The small Central Dalmatian town of Omis is greatly celebrated among adventurers but history enthusiasts as well. Its location among large cliffs and massive gorges... provides spectacular opportunities for free-climbers and all lovers of outdoor sports like canyoning, rafting and zip-lining. For those less audacious, there are many beautiful beaches of all kinds throughout the town. And if you are keen for some cultural uplift, Omis has 9 churches and 2 fortresses and a fascinating history related to the pirates as it was home infamous Pirates of Omis back in 13th and 14th century.