Meet Bosnia Travel

Logo for Meet Bosnia website colour

Tito’s Bunker Day Tour from Sarajevo

(37 Reviews)
  • Duration: 6h
  • Max people: 7
  • Pickup: Sarajevo
  • Min age: 0+
  • Difficulty: Medium
  • Drop-off: Sarajevo
What to expect from Tito's bunker

If you would like to discover one of the biggest and best-kept secrets of former Yugoslavia you should certainly join us for our Visit to Tito’s Bunker in Konjic Day Tour.

Before exploring the Bunker itself, we visit the Old Town of charming  – Konjic. We will talk about the symbol of Konjic – the Old Stone Bridge which has been connecting the banks of the Neretva River since 1682.

Tito’s Bunker is the biggest nuclear shelter of former Yugoslavia  In case of a nuclear war, Tito, the former president of Yugoslavia and his closest associates were to be sheltered there. We are going to visit all the parts of this amazing bunker whose size is definitely going to surprise you. From the president’s office, conference rooms, soldiers’ dormitories up to gas storages and other specialized rooms, you will be amazed by this structure.

Tito's bunker tour highlights
  • Enjoy a half-day tour from Sarajevo to Tito's Bunker
  • Explore the best kept secret of former Yugoslavia
  • Explore every part of amazing Tito's Bunker
  • Visit Konjic - a charming town located on the banks of River Neretva
Tito's bunker tour essential information
  • Departure & return locationGazi Husrev Begova 75 (Click to get directions)
  • Departure time08:30 AM
  • What's includedLicensed guide
    Transportation AC equipped vehicle
    Hotel pick-up
    Hotel drop-off
  • What's NOT includedEntrance fee for Tito's bunker (10 € per person)
    Private expenses
    Food & beverages
  • Good to knowThe departure can organized on different time
    A private tour can be organized on request
    Tour can be customized on request
    Price depends on number of people
    Minimum required number of people for the tour is 2 - a private tour can be organized for 1 person
Tito's bunker tour itinerary

Tito's bunker detailed description

Explore Tito’s Bunker

Tito’s Bunker is one of the largest and best-kept secrets of the former Yugoslavia. The Bunker is a real miracle of construction, complex for a special purpose – in case a catastrophe happened, Tito and his closest associates would be sheltered here.

The ARK is the largest nuclear shelter, and one of the largest underground facilities, ever built in the former Yugoslavia

This 6500 square meter bunker was one of the most expensive structures in the former Yugoslavia – there was an incredible $4.6 billion spent on this project.

With our local guide, you will discover that took 26 years to build it (from 1953 to 1979) and it was completely designed to withstand nuclear war and shelter communist leaders and army generals. Its air conditioning system, power generator, toilets etc are still working and the water container cistern is filled with fresh water. 

For over a decade after its completion, it was the most secret military installation in the country since all construction workers were carefully selected and vetted, signing a contract of silence, and all staff members held the highest security clearance.

After Tito’s death in 1980, the complex was still kept ready in case of war. In March 1992, during the breakup of Yugoslavia, the JNA ordered its demolition of the Bunker, but the military detachment refused to carry out the order and instead surrendered the structure to the Bosnian government. 

Tito’s Bunker now serves as a meeting point for artists from the region, Europe, and the world, so you will be able to see some very interesting and unique artworks.

Explore Konjic

After the visit to Tito’s Bunker, we will go to the Konjic city centre and talk about its most recognizable landmark – Konjic Old Bridge. This beautiful bridge was connecting the banks of the Neretva River for centuries.

It was since 1682. until WW2, when the German occupiers destroyed it, during the withdrawal of their troops. It was reconstructed as the original bridge in 2009 and has been on the list of national monuments of BiH since 2003.

We will have time reserved for coffee or lunch in this charming town.

Later on, we continue our trip to Sarajevo.

Tito's bunker on map

Booking form

Need an airport transfer in Sarajevo?

Book now


Need a luggage storage?

Book now


Tito's bunker video
Tito's bunker video
37 Reviews
Sort By:RatingDate


Group Traveller

The guide was great!
The tour was really informative. It provides a good insight into the history.

July 7, 2023


Family Traveller

If you want THE best guide, just ask for edin. Best tour we ever had. We enjoy a lot.

June 30, 2023


Solo Traveller

We did a awesome trip with the amazing guide Aid in the tunnels and Tito’s bunker!
We can’t put in words how nice was the experience to be in theses places and hear all the history he told us, with his personal history too. Thank you Aid, you are awesome!

June 4, 2023


Family Traveller

I was really amazed by the friendly treatment and decency. Very professional and honest guides. They are very proud of their culture and heritage and they transfer this to you. They have the highest standards and I would urge people who travel to Bosnia to deal with them.

May 25, 2023


Group Traveller

Adnan is a fantastic guide, with huge knowledge about what happened in Bosnia, and a great human person

May 16, 2023

Proceed Booking