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Sarajevo: Bosnian War & Fall of Yugoslavia Tour with Tunnel

1. Sarajevo: Bosnian War & Fall of Yugoslavia Tour with Tunnel

Explore the war history of Sarajevo on this informative walking tour and learn about the 4 long years that the city and its people suffered under the constant threat of bombing. Visit the main locations from the 1992 to 1995 war following the Siege of Sarajevo. See remnants of monuments kept as a reminder that it should never happen again. Hear the story about the Tunnel of Hope and get a better understanding of this memorial by watching a short movie made during the war. Pause to reflect at the site of one of the largest massacres at Markale Market, and visit the Yellow fortress to see best panorama of Sarajevo where tour guide explains how Yugoslavia fall apart and how Sarajevo ended up in siege. Admire the view from the Vidikovac viewpoint. Visit the Olympic complex and its cemetery, and hear how it was host to the 1984 Olympic Games, just a few years before the Bosnian War.

Sarajevo: Grand Walking Tour

2. Sarajevo: Grand Walking Tour

The city that is commonly associated with the siege in the 1990s has plenty more to offer. City that from which First World War started and where you had first Winter Olympic Games  in communistic country have more history to offer. 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. Enjoy the scent of fresh made coffee, flavors from hookah, sound of church bells and call from the minarets. Learn about the assassination that triggered the First World War and discover why Sarajevo is called European Jerusalem. City Hall/National Library Spite House Sarajevo fortresses Streets Bravadziluk and Kazandziluk (old handcrafts) Sebilj Street Saraci Morica han (caravan-saray) Ghazi Husrev Bey's Mosque and Maddresah Clock tower Sarajevo Assassination 1914 Ghazi Husrev Bey's Bazaar Sephardic neighborhood and synagogues Cathedral of Holly Hearth of Jesus Synod Orthodox Church Eternal Flame.

Sarajevo: Old Town Walking Tour with Local Guide

3. Sarajevo: Old Town Walking Tour with Local Guide

The city of Sarajevo represents the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a place where different cultures meet and makes Sarajevo a unique multicultural center. It is also a city where great empires ruled and left marks all over the country like the Ottoman Empire, Austria-Hungarian Empire, Communist Yugoslavia and the modern period of independence. Is there a better example of a multi-confessional society than four religious temples within a 100 meter radius? The sounds and prayers one can hear at the same time represents a feeling which cannot be described but has to be experienced. The scent of authentic coffee, the smell of a traditional kitchen, the historical appearance of the old part of the town, friendly citizens and the soul of the city itself will definitely guarantee an excellent vacation. Can you imagine that Sarajevo was the center of the world in 1984? It was the year of 14th Winter Olympic Games. Only eight years later, Sarajevo was war field, with the longest siege in modern history.

Sarajevo: Small-Group Tour to Srebrenica Memorial Complex

4. Sarajevo: Small-Group Tour to Srebrenica Memorial Complex

After more than three years of the war in Bosnia, on July 11, 1995, Srebrenica was attacked. Most importantly, it was a city in East Bosnia which the UN designated to be a protected area in the war. Finally, it became the stage of the worst crimes against humanity. Armed soldiers and paramilitary units killed more than 8,000 people in the following days. While there, you are going to see a huge graveyard where the victims are buried. The High Representative Wolfgang Petritsch established the memorial and the museum in 2001 as a part of the Foundation “Srebrenica-Potocari”. Today, the complex serves as a warning and a memory for all the victims of Srebrenica Genocide. US President, Bill Clinton officially opened the memorial in 2003. From that year onwards, there were successive burials of hundreds of victims every year. The atrocity was on such a massive scale that the experts are still disinterring and identifying the victims from mass graves in the area around the river Drina. You are going to see a lot of original photo and video exhibitions in the Memorial that will help you understand the level of crimes that happened there. Beside the memorials, this tour covers many tragic stories from the 90s. Surely, after meeting the survivor of Srebrenica genocide your perspective of this human tragedy will affect you and will probably change the perception you had before. Later, our guide will show you life after genocide since this tour will continue towards Srebrenica town. We will show you the springs of healthy water in the area around the city. This water contains two-valency fero, cobalt, nickel, copper, manganes etc. It is very healthy and has big potential in developing this area in the future. Return to Sarajevo is around 5 pm.

Day Tour from Sarajevo: Full-Day Jajce and Travnik Tour

5. Day Tour from Sarajevo: Full-Day Jajce and Travnik Tour

Located a couple of hours away from Sarajevo, Travnik and Jajce both have long and rich histories and are surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. Check out some of their top sights with a private guided tour including transportation from Sarajevo. Sit back and relax with a professional driver and licensed guide. See Pliva Lakes, the watermills in Jajce, and an old castle in Travnik. Savor the taste of Travnik’s best ćevapi, the country's national dish, and enjoy the landscapes along the way. Jajce was the capital of the Bosnian Kingdom during the 14th century, while Travnik was the capital of the Ottoman Empire in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Travnik has almost the same appearance as during the Ottoman period with many mosques, houses, and fountains that date back to that time. Let your driver focus on the road while you check out the scenery and cultural sites. Your guide will keep you informed with facts and stories about the regional culture, history, and geography.

Private Tour from Sarajevo: Bijambare Caves and Nature Park

6. Private Tour from Sarajevo: Bijambare Caves and Nature Park

Bijambare is natural complex of caves, located 40 kilometers away from Sarajevo. This wooden road, which leads to the Bijambare complex, belongs to the mountain complex and will offer you the pleasures of the natural surroundings and relaxation in the thick woods. This complex is presented in three major caves, a small river and lake, educational eco-paths, a mountain ambient restaurant and is ideal for families. If you are nature lover, you will be fascinated by the beauty of this natural treasure. Entering the caves, you will visit the acoustic part of the cave. Learn about the endemic flora and fauna of the area while walking through the woods. There activities are only part of the richness of Bijambare. 

Sarajevo: 1-Way to Mostar with Konjic, Blagaj, and Pocitelj

7. Sarajevo: 1-Way to Mostar with Konjic, Blagaj, and Pocitelj

Your tour will begin as you are picked up from your accommodation. After a brief introduction and having received a bottle of water, it will be time to start your journey. The first stop of the day is a short visit to Konjic, a unique, prehistorically inhabited place from which Herzegovina starts. It is famous for a 17th-century 6-arch old bridge, and makes for a perfect introduction to the emerald-green Neretva River. Your journey then continues towards the restaurant famous for its homemade Pita (pie), that will satisfy both the vegetarians and omnivores in the group. With a full stomach, you will continue towards the beautiful Medieval and Ottoman stone-constructed fortified village of Počitelj. Upon your arrival, you will take an easy hike towards the Kula, a silo-shaped fort overlooking the village from the top of the hill. It used to house watchmen and military, as a guard against possible intrusions from the Neretva Valley. Following a short hike, you will continue your way to Blagaj. Situated at the spring of the Buna River (Europe’s most powerful, clean and drinkable river spring), Blagaj is settled beneath a few hundred meters of rocks and 16th-century tekke (tekija or Dervish monastery). Tekke or Dervish monastery is the unique sacral-residential example of Islamic architecture in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and was built with elements of Ottoman architecture and Mediterranean influence. One of the nicest parts of your journey will be spent on the bank of River Buna, just a few kilometers away from Blagaj. You will dine under the shade while listening to the sound of the river, and it is recommended to try a local trout followed by the traditional desert called “smokvara”. Following your nice meal, it will be time for the highlight of your journey, the city of Mostar. Mostar has long been known for its old Turkish houses and its Old Bridge, Stari Most, after which it was named. The historic part of Mostar is a result of the interaction between natural phenomena and human creativity throughout a long historical period. The architecture here presented a symbol of tolerance: a shared life of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. Mostar will be the last stop of your experience, and at the conclusion of your tour you will be dropped off in Mostar.

Sarajevo: Private Transfer to and from Sarajevo Airport

8. Sarajevo: Private Transfer to and from Sarajevo Airport

Forget the usual airport transportation stress, and pre-book a comfortable and convenient private transfer between Sarajevo international airport and the city center, or vice versa. Benefit from a transfer service available from 5 AM to 12 AM, 7 days a week with exceptions on holidays (December 24 & 31, available until 6 PM). Enjoy a comprehensive door-to-door service at Sarajevo International Airport and relax during a comfortable 30-minute transfer to the city center of the beautiful Bosnian capital. Be dropped off directly at your hotel or your accommodation in Sarajevo. Drivers uphold the highest standards of respect and discretion at all times, while clean, well-maintained vehicles are available to suit a variety of budgets and group sizes. If you wish to be picked up from your hotel to Sarajevo International Airport, a driver will meet you at your accommodation in Sarajevo and ensure a comfortable car ride to the airport. Simply relax and enjoy the scenery on your safe and reliable transfer.

Private Tour from Sarajevo: Full-Day Kravice Waterfall Tour

9. Private Tour from Sarajevo: Full-Day Kravice Waterfall Tour

When you visit Bosnia, never miss this amazing Herzegovinian pearl. Be taken there to see the beauty of this hidden treasure. Plunging from cliffs as high as 83 feet into a natural, watery amphitheater that is almost 500 feet across, the series of waterfalls at Kravice are nestled in a natural reserve southwest of the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In spring, this stunning mini-Niagara of 25 meter cascades pounds itself into a dramatic, steamy fury. In summer, the falls are less impressive but the surrounding pools will become shallow enough for swimming. The best part about the Kravice falls is that even though they are incredibly impressive, the area is still void of any mass tourism infrastructure. There’s an ample car park and café at the entry to the park and a lovely boardwalk which will take you all the way down to the base of the falls, where you can swim, sunbathe, picnic and even pitch a tent for the night if you’re so equipped.

From Sarajevo: Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina

10. From Sarajevo: Guided Day Trip to Mostar and Herzegovina

Visit the heartland of Herzegovina on a full-day trip with a local guide. Explore popular locations and learn about the history and traditions of the region. From Sarajevo, your first stop is Konjic, a small town known as the gateway into Herzegovina. Visit the old town and pass by the Ottoman Bridge, which will lead you to your next destination, Jablanica. There, marvel the man-made lake of Jablanicko Jazero and learn about the Neretva Battle from World War II. Then, head over to the stunning uphill town of Pocitelj, which had a strategic fort during the Ottoman period. Afterwards, discover Blagaj and have the opportunity to spiritually enlighten yourself with the presence of the mystic dervish orders that Herzegovina is famous for. The mineral-enriched Buna river also awaits you. Finally, arrive at the town of Mostar, known as the gem of Herzegovina. Admire its famous UNESCO-protected bridge, the Stari Most, and then have the chance to bargain with local vendors at the old market. Throughout your journey, you can also see the emerald green river of Neretva, which prides itself as the coldest river on the planet.

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i have been to sarajevo before... it is the first time i booked a walking tour. Emina T. gave a detailed and empathetic presentation, from a detailed description of how Franz Ferdinand was murdered, to her personal experiences during the Yugoslav war back in 91-92, to drinking bosnian coffee with us and explaining the tradition of how to drink a bosnian coffee

Our tour guide was Arne(not sure how to spell). She was awesome! Her passion and deep love for her country and for Sarajevo was clear. She recommended great shopping and dining as well as providing detailed history and explanation about the city. She is like able and the three hours flew past! Highly recommend this tour. Great value for the money.

Was an amazing Tour. Doris is fantastic and she was a great guide. She was very funny and explained us everything. She was very accommodating and adjusted the speed to us. Definetely worth it, specially with Doris

Emir was a great guide. He was so knowledgeable about the history of Sarajevo and took time to answer all my questions. His dad was one of the judges in the Olympics and was in the military so he knows his stuff.

I was welcomed and greeted from Emina Koso a wonderful Professional Guid who helped me allot and she was very informative and helpful by all means ..: excellent transfer from Airport to my hotel