Visit the most beautiful and famous places in Bosnia and Herzegovina with Balkans Tourism.
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The Sutjeska National Park is Bosnia and Herzegovina’s oldest national park. The park is also famous as being the location of the Battle of the Sutjeska in 1943 during World War II and a home to Perućica, a primeval forest, one of the last two remaining ancient forests in Europe.
Wild natural landscapes will amaze your soul and make you want to stay there forever. There are numerous walking paths through the thick wood. Fresh air of the river valley, beauty of the lakes and large monuments are definitely worth visiting.
Perućica forest reserve, located within the national park, was established in 1952. Perućica, is one of the last two remaining primeval forests in Europe. It is also one of the five Strict Nature Reserves in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The forest contains trees that are 300 years old, but the primeval forest’s vintage is stated to be 20,000 years. Because of large forest growth, some parts of the forest are almost impregnable.
The park is also famous as being the location of the Battle of the Sutjeska. Here, brave Partisan army were victorious over the German occupying forces led by Josip Broz Tito. Partisans lost one third of their men during the battle. To honour the battle Yugoslav cinematography made a movie with famous Richard Barton as the role of Tito.
Several large Partisan’s Memorial stone monuments commemorate this event. Monuments are situated at the northern edge of the park at on the way to primeval Perućica forest reserve.
Included in the price:
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop off
Not included in the price:
- Entrance fees
- Meals and drinks- if not agreed differently
NOTE:Price is calculated based on 4 passengers!
For bigger groups greater disscount!