Start in Sarajevo and hit the road towards Visegrad, a 2-hour drive with breathtaking nature surrounding you on your way. You can visit the Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage site which was popularised by the Nobel Prize-winning author Ivo Andric in his novel The Bridge on the Drina, check out the stone town Andricgrad and enjoy lunch near the beautiful Drina river.
In this small but rich in nature country, wherever you go, there will be something to be see and a story to be heard. The same goes for the eastern part of Bosnia. On the road, you will notice its greenery full of natural landscapes and as you approach the Drina River, your enjoyment will only grow. Drina is positioned on the eastern border of Bosnia. The beauty of nature will be an eternal muse and inspiration to many artists. After a 2-hour drive, you will arrive to this small but important town. Once you are introduced to the history of this beautiful place, you will head to see some of Visegrad’s highlights.
A famous tourist attraction is the Ottoman-era Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage site which was popularized by the Nobel Prize-winning author Ivo Andric in his novel The Bridge on the Drina. Your next stop will be Andricgrad, the stone town inspired by the literary works and characters of Ivo Andric. Its architecture is a mix of the different eras and styles which passed throughout Visegrad history: the Byzantine style, the Ottoman period, the Renaissance and Classicism. Drina will offer you peaceful moments in magnificent natural surroundings, lunch at a restaurant on the water and if you decide to additionally visit the second most famous city of eastern Bosnia, you will have an opportunity to see a remarkable bridge and hear a significantly important story.