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Yugoslav Classic Car Tour in Sarajevo

(9 Reviews)
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Max people: 5
  • Pickup: Sarajevo
  • Min age: 0+
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Drop-off: Sarajevo
What to expect from Yugoslav classic car tour

Yugoslav Classic Car Tour in Sarajevo takes you through the streets of Bosnia’s beautiful capital in an old Yugoslav car Zastava 101.

Driving in a Yugoslav Classic Car we will have a unique panoramic tour in Sarajevo.

We will see the most important monuments from the Yugoslav period including the Olympic complex, communist neighbourhoods, Bob Sleigh Track and Vraca Memorial Park

Definitely, on this tour, you will be able to experience the communist era Sarajevo in all its authenticity.

Yugoslav classic car tour highlights

  • Have a flashback to communist area of Sarajevo
  • Drive in an old Yugoslav Car
  • See Olympic Stadium
  • Visit Olympic Museum
  • See Modern Socialist architecture
  • Pass by Yugoslav National Army Military barracks and Tito's Statue
  • Enjoy Mountain Trebevic and Bob Sleigh Track
  • Visit Vraca Memorial Park
  • Have a coffee in Tito's Cafe

Yugoslav classic car tour essential information

  • Departure & return locationGazi Husrev Begova 75 (Click to get directions)
  • Departure time09:00 AM
    12:00 PM
  • What's includedProfessional tour guide
    Entrance to the Olympuc Museum
    Transportation in Zastava 101 Old Yugoslav Car
  • What's NOT includedPrivate expenses
  • Good to knowThe Olympic Museum is not working on weekends
    Minimum required number of people for this tour is 2
    A private tour can be organized on request
    Tour can be customized on request
    Price depends on number of people

Yugoslav classic car tour itinerary


Admittedly, the golden age of Sarajevo is considered the 16th and 17th centuries when the city became one of the leading centres of trade in the Balkans—the 20th century brought modernization. After WWII Sarajevo found itself in a communist state of Yugoslavia. The population of the city started increasing rapidly. Whole neighbourhoods and building blocks were constructed in typical socialist styles of architecture.

First off, starting from our office we drive towards the Olympic Complex which was built for the 1984 Winter Olympic Games. Above all, it represents the proudest moment in the modern history of Sarajevo. There we will visit the Olympic Games Museum situated in the Olympic Hall, once used for figure skating and ice hockey. Next, on our way to New Sarajevo, we will be able to see Ciglane, a socialist neighbourhood of Sarajevo representing modern social architecture.

Then, we continue towards the western part of Sarajevo which was mostly built during the Communist period. We’re passing next to the military barracks “Marshal Tito”. Notably, it is one of the largest military compounds in the former Yugoslavia. Large parts of them are these days used by the University of Sarajevo.

Later on, the tour proceeds to the Vraca Memorial Park commemorating the World War II victims of Sarajevo. It contains a fortress, statues and marble plates with names of different partisan brigades, as well as the terms of the victims of Sarajevo.

Feel the Spirit of Yugoslavia

Indeed, many people of the former Yugoslavia still have pleasant memories and positive things to say about their former country. Hence, there is even a term for Yugo-nostalgia. Lastly, we will finish the tour in Tito Cafe where people who are Yugo-nostalgic can share their stories in a Yugo-friendly environment. Join our Yugoslav Classic Car Tour and feel the spirit of former Yugoslavia.

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Solo Traveller

Ago (the guide) was very knowledgeable. I asked lots of questions and he was patient and thorough in his answers. An interesting tour. Would recommend.

February 12, 2024


Solo Traveller

Ago (the guide) was very knowledgeable. I asked lots of questions and he was patient and thorough in his answers. An interesting tour. Would recommend.

February 12, 2024


Family Traveller

What a tour! Driving around in a Zastava 101 waving a Yugoslavian flag in Sarajevo was really memorable. And a great way of getting in contact with the locals. Edin is a knowledgeable guide with many good stories to tell so don’t miss this one!

June 18, 2019


Group Traveller

We took the Yugoslav Classic Tour and really enjoyed it. The tour took us through large parts of the city and Edin, the tour guide, really gave us an excellent overview of the rich history of the city when it was still Yugoslavia. It was also excellent that we could ask lots of other questions about Sarajevo that he answered as well. He really took his time, had a coffee with us at the end and drove us back home. He was really enthusiastic for the whole time, which created a great atmosphere. I would definitely recommend this tour.

July 24, 2018

Simona B

Solo Traveller

Guided tour sarajevo
A competent and dedicated guide that will inspire you with his passion for his city and country . A true lesson of history and civilisation!

August 3, 2017

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