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Sarajevo: Grand Walking Tour

1. Sarajevo: Grand Walking Tour

Join us on a journey through the past where the guide will reveal the small and big secrets of this city and introduce you to the mysticism of Sarajevo streets and alleys. The tour will take you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture and will show you a unique line where East meets West. Discover more about the city that is commonly associated with a siege of the 1990s. Learn about how the First World War started as a result of events in the city, and where the first Winter Olympics were held. Enjoy the scent of fresh made coffee, flavors from hookah, the sound of church bells, and the call from the minarets. Learn about the assassination that triggered the First World War and discover why Sarajevo is called European Jerusalem.

Sarajevo: Guided Walking History Tour

2. Sarajevo: Guided Walking History Tour

Sarajevo is often called the Jerusalem of Europe. Throughout this tour you will discover how different religions and empires shaped the history of this beautiful city. Join a group of other travelers or have your guide all to yourself in a private group. Your local guide will explain what caused the Sarajevo Assassination of 1914, as well as how this event changed the course of the world’s history. You'll learn how to make and drink Bosnian coffee, before discovering what to eat and where to party during your Sarajevo adventure. You will also find out the differences between the Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian languages, including whether or not the different countries actually need a translator when they speak to each other.

Sarajevo: Eat Pray Love Tour

3. Sarajevo: Eat Pray Love Tour

Enjoy your morning and early afternoon with a unique local experience. Treat your senses with traditional delicacies, learn about Bosnian hospitality, and the meaning behind a cup of Bosnian coffee. You can admire the symbol of the Austro-Hungarian rule, hear stories about the House of Spite, and walk through streets where you’ll learn more about different crafts which have existed in Sarajevo since the 15th century. You can discover the heart of Ottoman architecture, Sarajevo’s Baščaršija, before learning of the difference between “burek” and all other pies. Pray in four places of worship in Sarajevo, and find out why people call it a “European Jerusalem”. Later on, you will learn about the local hospitality over a cup of warm Bosnian coffee, as you share the importance and meaning of this special drink.

Sarajevo: Guided Culinary & Crafts Tour with Food Tasting

4. Sarajevo: Guided Culinary & Crafts Tour with Food Tasting

You will have the opportunity to try and taste the finest savory and sweet traditional specialties of Bosnian cuisine. The tour kicks off at a hidden gem in the historic center of the city, where you will have the opportunity to try the freshest bakery goods - here you will see exactly why this bakery is a local institution in Sarajevo. Following this we will go along the magical street which had the status of a “carsija”, meaning bazaar, during the Gazi Husrev Beg in 1521, when over 60 shops had been built there. One more interesting fact is that Robert De Niro, during his visit to this shop, has bought a pair of these unique shoes for himself We will continue our tour in the spirit of tradition - you will have the opportunity to hear more about how Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the few European countries that has its own Bosnian carpet - as a special form of applied, folk and traditional art. The tour will continue in the street named after the famous writer - Safet Beg Bašagić, who wrote some of his major works and is considered to be one of the founders of the Bosnian literature. This delicious drink is also a trademark of this patisserie. Following in the footsteps of old crafts - on our tour you will have the opportunity to visit one of the three wonderful shops in the Balkans - where coffee grinders are still handmade, for over 120 years a famous Sarajevo family nurtures this handmade art and keeps it from oblivion. The first mentions of the potter's trade in Sarajevo date back to 1489, and today the street is in the same place as it was in the 16th century, when it was built, in which the masters of this craft have been creating copper art for centuries. You can eat it at any time of the day, including breakfast. You will also have the opportunity to meet the last brush craftsman in Sarajevo - during our visit you will see how brushes are handmade today, and according to this craftsman - handmade brushes can be used for up to half a century. Further along, we will also visit a modern concept store with a showcase of local designers and artists, which will surely be an attraction. During this tour you will also visit one of the most famous restaurants in the city. Immerse yourself in the world of delicious cheeses, unforgettable tastes of cured and smoked meat and other products prepared by recipes that are centuries old. Last but not least, we will visit one of the oldest pipe shops in Sarajevo - we will try the most delicious dishes from the owners - and sudzukice in this local restaurant were named the best sudzuk by the Sarajevo food dictionary in 2019. We will end the tour with the most delicious handmade balkava - the queen of all baklava and of course served with the true delight - Bosnian coffee. After the tour, you will surely be richer with your experience of Sarajevo through the eyes of native citizens.

Sarajevo: Guided Historic Sightseeing Tour

5. Sarajevo: Guided Historic Sightseeing Tour

On the Miljacka River, surrounded by the Dinaric Alps, lays beautiful city Sarajevo- the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its museums are telling the local history and the best stories from the past! What is the secret of Jajce Castle? Do you know the story about Prince Eugene? Where is the Spite House and what is a story about it? Feel how are living locals in Kazandžiluk Street, the main Square Bašèaršija. Is it true that Sarajevo was a part of the Ottoman Empire? With a local guide, you will visit the Old Orthodox Church and Museum of Icons, Old Jewish Synagogue, Svrzo House and Despica House, Roman Catholic Cathedral, Emperors Bridge. You will hear secret stories about Army Hall, Old Hotel Evropa, City Museum, Gazi Husrev bey Mosque, and more about legends, kings, etc...

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 176 reviews

Eveline (my tour guide) is an exceptional person, very cultured from every point of view, truly prepared from the historical, ethnic and cultural point of view of the country. She speaks Italian very well and is capable of transmitting unique emotions by narrating the history of the city and its evolutions / vicissitudes during the various eras. I recommend everyone to take this guided tour and to request Eveline as a guide, a truly charismatic person. Eveline (my tour guide) is an exceptional person, very cultured from every point of view, truly prepared from the historical point of view, ethnic and cultural heritage of the country. She speaks Italian very well and is capable of transmitting unique emotions by narrating the history of the city and its evolutions / vicissitudes during the various eras. I recommend everyone to take this guided tour and to request Eveline as a guide, a truly charismatic person.

Hidaja was an amazing and knowledgable tour guide, and the tour was everything we could have hoped for and more! The food was really good and the workshops were fascinating. We recommend not eating breakfast before though, because of the many dishes and big portions but you’ll often have the option to bring the leftovers home as take-away. Really amazing overall!

It was a fantastic tour. Our guide, Bojan, had such incredible knowledge of the sights and area. It was fun to walk around with the group and hear everything he had to say. Would highly recommend it to get a feel for the city/country. Interesting, educative and fun!

Bojan is a very good local tour guide, with rich knowledge of history and beautiful stories that you won't find in any tourist guide. Very nice and interesting. Highly recommen!!!

Our guide was good at making us understand the Sarajevo air and our very interesting tour. Recommended!