Fall of Yugoslavia, Sarajevo Siege Tour

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Availability : Every day
Min Age : 0+
Max People : 8

What to expect

Fall of Yugoslavia, Sarajevo Siege Tour is the most popular tour provided by Meet Bosnia Travel agency. With our experienced Sarajevo local guides, you will be able to understand better the rich and sometimes violent history of this city and the whole Balkan region.

The facts presented in this war tour are delivered from an intellectual perspective, greatly insightful if you want to learn about what it was like to live in the former Yugoslavia and to have been affected by the war, as well as the big picture of these tragic events.

Tour highlights

  • Yellow Fortress (Stop at)
  • City Hall 
  • Defenders' Cemetery and  Sarajevo Romeo and Juliet grave
  • Olympic Stadium Kosevo
  • Olympic Hall Zetra 
  • St. Vitus heroes Chapel
  • Sniper Alley
  • Former Holiday Inn Hotel
  • Old Yugoslav Military Barracks
  • Tunnel of Hope
  • Republica Srpska, East Sarajevo
  • Trebević Mountain
  • Bobsleigh track
  • Front-lines

Departure & Return Location

Meet Bosnia Travel,  Gazi Husrev-begova 75 (Google Map)

Departure Time

Every day at 09:30 and 14:00

Price Includes

  • Professional guide
  • Transportation in modern vehicle
  • Free Cancellation 24hr prior - No charge

Price Excludes

  • Tunnel Museum Entrance Fee. Adults: 10 BAM Students: 5 BAM Children under 6: Free
  • Private tour - on request
  • Any Private Expenses
Sarajevo siege tour details

In the last hundred years, three times Sarajevo was the centre of the world. The first time in 1914 when the Assassination that caused the First World War happened here. The second time was in 1984 when Sarajevo hosted XIV Winter Olympic Games in communist Yugoslavia.

And the third time was just 8 years later when the war started in Bosnia and Herzegovina which brought the world the longest siege in modern warfare i.e.. the Siege of Sarajevo, and hence the name Sarajevo siege tour.

Sarajevo siege tour speaks about longest Siege in the History of Modern Warfare

On this Sarajevo siege tour, you will hear the stories of survival in the war zone. Starting from the old town we are heading to the Yellow Fortress where you will have a small introduction to the geographical landscape of Sarajevo.

Yellow Fortress is a perfect place for that since there is a beautiful panoramic view of Sarajevo from there. During the Sarajevo siege tour, the guide will describe the living conditions in the city without electricity, food or water. If you were asking yourself why there are so many cemeteries in Sarajevo this tour will provide you with an answer. You will see Kovači, the final resting place of many Sarajevo defenders.

Almost three decades after the war Sarajevo still has visible scars from the siege. This War Tour will show you some of the more meaningful ruins. You will see the Markale market – a place where happened terrible massacre, Memorial for the children killed in Sarajevo and other important monuments.

Later on, we are going back to the 80’s. We are talking about the Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo and visiting Olympic Complex – Olympic Hall and Olympic Stadium.

Your guide will not miss on the tour to tell you more about life in the former Yugoslavia and compare it to life during the siege. Nearby the complex, you will see destroyed hospitals from the war, Defender’s Cemetery, graves of Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo, St. Vitus heroes Chapel and others.

With Sarajevo siege tour you will learn about Sniper Alley and Tunnel of Hope

On the way to the Tunnel of Hope, we will take you through the street once known as the Sniper Alley – the most dangerous street in Sarajevo during the siege. One of the attractions you will see on that street is the Hotel Holiday Inn where all the international journalists used to stay during the war. Also, we will not miss to show you  Old Yugoslav Military Barracks.

The most important site on Sarajevo Siege Tour is the War Tunnel (Tunnel of Hope) Museum where the original war videos made during the Sarajevo Siege are being displayed.

Our guide will explain to you in detail how important the Tunnel was for people who were living in Sarajevo during the siege. There you can pass through a small part of the original Tunnel of Hope, a passage that once brought hope both to the local Sarajevan’s and other Bosnians alike.

The Dayton Peace Agreement ended the war but also legitimized the division of Bosnia into its two political entities. We will take you through both of them as our guide explains their significance.

Afterwards, you will visit the famous Bob Sleigh Track located on the Olympic Mountain Trebević. You will proceed to one of the vantage points from which tanks and artillery were wreaking havoc upon Sarajevo.

Beside the historic sights and monuments on this Sarajevo siege tour, you will be able to hear local stories of love in the war-torn city, art under the bullet rain, the meaning of symbolic red shapes in the Sarajevo asphalt and above all the triumph of the human will to survive.


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Solo Traveller

Joining this tour is truly worthwhile as you learn about the history from a local. I m so inspired me to find
out more about the yugoslavia war.
Thank you Adnan!

March 14, 2020


Solo Traveller

Adnan is an amazing guide. Extremely knowledgeable about not only the topic of the tour. He is very
informative and inspiring. Definitely worth joining.

March 9, 2020

Justy F

Family Traveller

Unser Führer zeigten uns viele Orte der Geschehnisse, erzählte wie die eigenen Familie in Mitleidenschaft gezogen wurde. Wir besuchten den Markt, die Brücke und viele Plätze wo massenweise Menschen von Scharfschützen umgebracht wurden. Die eingekesselte Stadt wurde von vielen umliegenden Erhöhungen ständig beobachtet und die Lebensbedrohung war allgegenwärtig.

March 9, 2020


Couple Traveller

This was an excellent tour in so many ways. Our tour guide “KeKe” and driver “Reagan” circled Sarajevo bringing us to locations that brought to life the terrible siege of Sarajevo. keKes telling of the history helped us understand more fully a complicated history of this region and specifically Sarajevo Each location we stopped at was a highlight.
I highly recommend this tour! Thanks to KeKe and to our driver, Reagan!

March 1, 2020

Jessica B

Group Traveller

Highly recommend this tour to give a sense of the complex siege of Sarajevo. Our guide Edin took us to the key sights in the city that demonstrated the impact of the war, including the tunnel of hope. As he grew up in the city during the war, he further added his memories and his family and insights. He also answered all questions and was highly engaging.

February 28, 2020
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