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Sarajevo: Grand Walking Tour

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 why Sarajevo proudly carries a nickname "Sarajevo Meeting of Cultures".

Sarajevo: War Tour with Tunnel of Hope and Trebevic Mountain

Sarajevo: War Tour with Tunnel of Hope and Trebevic Mountain

Travel back to the bygone war times on a war and history tour of Sarajevo with a hassle-free pickup from your hotel included. Visit the Tunnel of Hope War Museum, Sniper Alley, and Yellow Fortress, learning about these landmarks from your local guide on the way. Take a comfortable ride from the hotel to the first stop of this experience, the Tunnel of Hope. Wander through its passages and learn about the important role it had throughout the siege. Listen to stories of how it transported supplies and people during the war. Pass through the Sniper Alley, and take in the Yugoslav-era structures that bear the scars of the wars. Upon reaching the Yellow Fortress, be treated to a captivating view of Sarajevo's landscape. Listen to stories about the siege and how this fortress defended against enemy forces. Stop by the grave of Sarajevo's Romeo and Juliet, an emotional representation of love during the siege. Pass by the Chapel of Princip Gavrilo, gaining insights into the Sarajevo Assassination and the beginning of World War 1. Stop at the Latin Bridge, a symbolic landmark filled with historic events. Finally, gear up for a cable car trip to Trebević mountain, a frontline historical place that played a significant role during Sarajevo's Bosnian War. Enjoy at views of the Olympic Mountains before wrapping up the experience. Find yourself rewinding the moments of the day as you return to the old downtown.

Sarajevo: Old Town Walking Tour with Local Guide

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 make 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 monuments within a 100 meter radius? The sounds and prayers one can hear at the same time represent 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, the 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 a war field, with the longest siege in modern history.

Sarajevo Old Town: Bosnian Ethnic Food & Coffee Walking Tour

Sarajevo Old Town: Bosnian Ethnic Food & Coffee Walking Tour

Start your day by meeting your guide at the Sarajevo Eternal Flame to start your historic stroll. Gear up for an unforgettable adventure as you set your sights on the very first stop: the captivating Catholic Cathedral nestled in the heart of Old Town Sarajevo. Explore the most ancient alleys of Sarajevo, uncovering age-old workshops and concealed treasures under the guidance of a local guide. Witness the Gazi Husrev-Beg Mosque, a stunning Ottoman Islamic architectural splendor as you pass by it. Marvel at the popular Sacred Heart Cathedral. Pass by several iconic landmarks like Kazandziluk, the Jewish Museum, Clock Tower, Morica Han, Sarajevo City Marketplace, and the National Theater of Bosnia and Herzegovina (tickets not included). Prepare yourself to taste the delicious flavors of Bosnian street snacks and coffee. Ranging from irresistible baked goods to one-of-a-kind homemade desserts, you will savor every assortment of this place. Enjoy your leisurely stroll and take a moment to pause at Sebilj. This charming Ottoman-style wooden fountain is a must-see. Immerse yourself in its historical significance and its role in the city's culture. Marvel at the renowned Latin Bridge which is the exceptional highlight of the tour. Discover the site where World War I was triggered, leading to the assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne. Finish your day as your guide accompanies you to Old Town.

Sarajevo: Guided City Highlights Tour with Sarajevo Tunnel

Sarajevo: Guided City Highlights Tour with Sarajevo Tunnel

War tunel in Sarajevo is one of the most popular tour provided by Meet Bosnia Travel agency.Learn about the Sarajevo’s history from a local licensed a guide and hear stories about the life during the war.Visit Sniper Alley and the War Tunnel, passing by the City Hall of Sarajevo, Latin Bridge, the Defenders’ Cemetery, Olympic Stadium Kosevo, Republica Srpska, etc. Hotel pick-up is available, if required. From the stories of 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 have been affected by the war,as well as the big picture of these tragic events. Total Duration: 100 - 150 minutes: * Meet Bosnia Travel - Sarajevo Tours, Days Out, Excursions and Activities, Gazi Husrev begova 75 at crossroad of Mula Mustafa Baseskija and, Gazi Husrev-begova, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 10 minutes * Pijaca Markale, Mula Mustafa Baseskije, Sarajevo 71000 Bosnia and Herzegovina, pass by without stopping * Sniper Alley, Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina, 15 minutes * Sarajevo City Hall, Obala Kulina Bana, Sarajevo 71000 Bosnia and Herzegovina, pass by without stopping * Bascarsija, Sarajevo 71000 Bosnia and Herzegovina, pass by without stopping * Sarajevo War Tunnel, Tuneli 1 Ilidža - Donji Kotorac, Sarajevo 71210 Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2 hours * Meet Bosnia Travel - Sarajevo Tours, Days Out, Excursions and Activities, Gazi Husrev begova 75 at crossroad of Mula Mustafa Baseskija and, Gazi Husrev-begova, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 10 minutes Note: Admission tickets are not included in the price. The cost for adults is 7.5€, for students it's 2.5€. Please note that tickets can be paid in the local currency, i.e., 15 KM for adults and 5 KM for students.

Sarajevo: Old Town, Fortress & Trebevic Mountain Guided Tour

Sarajevo: Old Town, Fortress & Trebevic Mountain Guided Tour

Get ready to journey through the rich history of Sarajevo with this enchanting experience that begins with a prompt pick-up. The first stop of your much-awaited experience - the Catholic Cathedral, stands as the finest representation of the city's spiritual heritage. Find yourself admiring the age-old construction and facade. Enjoy the pass-by spots at Kazandziluk, one of the famous streets of the town, the clock tower, and Morica Han, the only surviving inn from the Ottoman period. You’ll also get a chance to pass by the Jewish Museum, which houses the oldest Jewish temple, Sarajevo City Marketplace, and National Theater, famed for its mind-blowing architecture. Embark on a mind-blowing journey through time as you start your walk through the enchanting pathways of Sarajevo's Old Town. Unveil the rich history of the town as the guide escorts you to ancient workshops and historical treasures, all the while narrating catchy stories of the past. From there, you’ll be taken to Gazi Husrev-Beg Mosque, a true example of the beautiful Ottoman Islamic design. Feel like you’re time traveling to the past as you explore the eternal flame, a monument that honors war victims and defenders during the 4-year occupation of the city in the 1940s. Brace yourself for a gastronomic treat as you indulge in Bosnian street delicacies, from delectable baked goods to homemade treats. Stop at the Ottoman-style wooden fountain, Sebilj, and marvel at the allure of this historic haven, where the past meets the present. Ascend to the Yellow Fortress, where panoramic views of Sarajevo await you. A cable car expedition will take you to the Trebević mountain, once a front line during the city's siege, now a site offering breathtaking panoramas. Get ready for another ride to the past at the iconic Latin Bridge – a spot that witnessed the beginning of World War I and a fateful assassination. Conclude your day's experiences with loads of memories and photographs and enjoy a peaceful ride back to your hotel.

Sarajevo: Nighttime City Highlights Walking Tour

Sarajevo: Nighttime City Highlights Walking Tour

Welcome to the city of love, good people, great atmosphere, but also a city that witnessed wars that have shaped Europe. A place where different ethnicities, religions, and cultures have molded since time immemorial. Discover the history, culture and lifestyle of the city of Sarajevo and its people, a place with an irresistible charm and a unique mixture between East and West. During this unique walking tour in the city, you will find out what Sarajevo’s spirit means to you. Sarajevo is a city with a unique energy that will make you fall in love with it. With its tiny streets, friendly people, and wonderful atmosphere, a local legend says that once you try Sarajevo, you will always return to it. So make sure to book this night walking tour and feel the vibe of our lovely capital.

Sarajevo Jewish Tour

Sarajevo Jewish Tour

The end of the 15th century in Europe was the end of a peaceful life for some people. After the fall of Granada in 1492, began the persecution of Jews from Spain and Portugal. Find out how in the 16th century the Sarajevans received new neighbours – the Sephardim Jews and what was the life like in the Sijavus Pasha’s Quarter. Discover what they used to do, what songs they sang and which food they used to prepare, as well as the fascinating Ladino language. The tour will lead you through the legacy of the Jewish Community in Sarajevo, with so many stories about their life, happiness, suffering, persecution. Discover the magnificent Sarajevo Haggadah, its turbulent history, and what makes it a wonderful example of a cultural fusion.

Sarajevo:Majestic relaxing tour, minimal walking, Baščaršija

Sarajevo:Majestic relaxing tour, minimal walking, Baščaršija

"Welcome to a journey through Sarajevo, where time slows to a gentle rhythm and history whispers through every corner. Glide through the city's heart, savoring the blend of cultures in its air and cuisine. With each step, embrace the grandeur of its landmarks, each telling a story of resilience and beauty. Join us on this captivating tour, where minimal walking unveils maximum delight, and every moment becomes a cherished memory." Beginning at the Eternal Flame, a poignant symbol of resilience and remembrance. Pay homage to the city's enduring spirit at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, where tranquility and architectural splendor intertwine. Continue your exploration to the majestic Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, a masterpiece of Ottoman architecture, before wandering through the historic lanes of Bascarsija Square. Here, amid charming Ottoman buildings, immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of the bustling square and visit the iconic Sebilj Fountain. Savor the flavors of tradition at one of the cozy Old Town restaurants, where Bosnian cuisine delights the senses. Marvel at the Moorish revival architecture of Sarajevo City Hall (Vijećnica), a testament to the city's rich history and cultural heritage. Conclude your unforgettable journey at the historic Latin Bridge, where the past converges with the present against the serene backdrop of the Miljacka River. Capture the essence of Sarajevo's beauty and bid farewell to this enchanting city, leaving with cherished memories etched in your heart.

Sarajevo genuine walking tour: Steps through history

Sarajevo genuine walking tour: Steps through history

This tour will show the old town Sarajevo through the lens of its people; the oldest streets of the city, its religious heritage, and elaborate architecture. This tour enables you to understand the city better, see the landmarks, and to hear the sounds of Sarajevo such as church bells, the Muslim call to prayer, and the din of the coppersmiths crafting their pots, pans, and coffee sets. Surely, the Sarajevo Walking Tour will entice your imagination and make you want to explore the city even more. 🤝 We’ll meet at Sarajevo City Hall. The Austro-Hungarian part of Sarajevo, out of numerous elaborate buildings the Sarajevo City Hall is the most extravagant example. ⏭️ Then will we go to #bascarsija Square, the heart of old town Sarajevo, and explore the ottoman quarter and the oriental charm of cobbled streets. ⏭️ European Jerusalem. We will visit the Jewish quarter as well as mosques and churches in an attempt to understand better European Jerusalem and the multi-confessional essence of Sarajevo. First is The Old Orthodox Church, then we will visit Gazi Husrev-bey Mosque. After the mosque, we will visit the Jewish quarter. Later on, we will visit the Cathedral of Jesus’ Sacred Heart. After visiting all three multi-confessional religious objects you will see how they are just 100 square meters apart and that is what makes Sarajevo so special. ⏭️ Latin Bridge and the Assassination spot.We’ll explore the Latin bridge, next to which the Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated and WWI began consequently. 🕐 Duration of the tour is around 1.5-2 hours. At the conclusion of the walking tour, our tour guides will provide their suggestions for the best food and beverages to try in the area as well as locations and activities to see. Information as to where to eat vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free food will be shared with you, also. If you are interested in nightlife, our tour guides will recommend the places to go. Ask questions or provide suggestions without holding back; our kindness and generosity are something we are proud of.

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What people are saying about Latin Bridge

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4.9
(198 reviews)

The tour was worth coming to Sarajevo. Tarik made it a special experience at the end of our trip. We immediately felt at home and were able to explore the city in a friendly manner. Thanks to his wealth of historical and cultural information, we got to know the city in a completely different way than if we had explored it alone. The special highlight was the bakery that Tarik showed us. We have never eaten anything as delicious as here! It is an absolute must when you come to Sarajevo.

Azur was a very communicative guide. His knowledge of geopolitical issues and also of Bosnia was impressive - he had an answer for everything and enriched the tour with personal anecdotes and he was authentic. I can recommend this tour to everyone - it's absolutely worth the money. From the bakery to the delicious Bosnian coffee - it was wonderful.

Tarik was absolutely amazing! Every penny I spent on this tour was absolutely worth it. He picked me up right at my Airbnb and we went on a 5-hour journey through beautiful and historical Sarajevo. As a solo female traveller, I felt safe the entire time having Tarik by my side. It was as if I was spending the day with a friend. Hvala Tarik!

The knowledge and friendliness of our guide Azur was outstanding. He had a vast historical and political knowledge of Sarajevo and gave some insight into modern day living in Bosnia. Everything was amazing and we throughly enjoyed the food stops we made. We couldn’t have asked for a better host during our stay.

Tarik was a great tour guide. Very informative. And he was helpful even after the tour. Thank you! Highly recommend.