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Sarajevo Walking Tour

20€ per person

Sarajevo represents the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the place where different cultures meet and make Sarajevo unique multicultural center. Find out why Sarajevo is called an Jerusalem of Europe!

 

Sarajevo Walking Tour

 

Book Sarajevo walking tour and find out all about the city’s turbulent past from its early days of Ottoman empire, its Austro-Hungarian occupation, Yugoslav period all the way to modern times and its unfortunate war events of 90’s.  

Sarajevo represents the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is the place where different cultures meet and make Sarajevo unique multicultural center.

 

Sarajevo is a city where great empires ruled and left marks all over the country. Ottoman empire, Austria-Hungarian empire, communistic period – Yugoslavia and modern period of independence.  Is there a better example of multi-confessional society than four of the greatest religious temples in radius of 100 m?

 

The sounds and prayers one can hear at the same moment is the feeling which can not be described but has to be experienced.  Scent of coffee, the smell of traditional kitchen, the historical appearance of the old part of the town, friendly locals and unique soul of the city are definitely the guarantee of excellent experience.

 

Can you imagine that Sarajevo was the center of the world in 1984? It was the year of 14th Winter Olympic GamesOnly eight years later Sarajevo was war field, with one of the longest sieges in modern history.

 

To find out more about the siege, check out our War Tour

 

We are proud to say that we are the first and the only tour & travel agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina that offers online bookings and credit card payments. We highly value your precious time so to fully book the tour with us will take just a few minutes.

 

Book Sarajevo Walking Tour with just a few clicks on a link below !

 

 

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Average rating:  
 27 reviews
by Katharina - Germany on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

Can definitely recommend this tour. A lot of information about the history of Sarajevo that made us see the city in a totally different light!

by Joachim - Germany on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

Absolut empfehlenswert!!

by Guido - Germany on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

Great guided tour of Sarajevo. In a bit more than 2 hours we had such an intense experience. Passioned guides, highly professional, very prepared and pleasant. Extremely recommended

by Kaya - Singapore on Invicta Travel Sarajevo

This was a fantastic tour. Informative, friendly, enjoyable and touching. This tour opened our eyes to a greater understanding of the city and Bosnia. Our fantastic tour guide Jeny was fun, warm and welcoming. She covered all of the key historic attractions in Sarajevo. It was clear that she has a very in-depth understanding of the history of the city and takes great pride in her roots. We highly recommend this tour!

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  • Destination
  • Departure
    Invicta Travel agency - Ćumurija 5
  • Departure Time
    The tours starts every day at 12:00
  • Return Time
    2 PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual - In summer light - In winter warm according to weather conditions
  • Included
    Free entrance
    Personal guide
  • Not Included
    Entry
    Hotels
    Meals & drinks
    Pickup & drop off
    Private vehicle
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Sarajevo
The tour starts from Invicta Travel agency - address Ćumurija 5.
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Old Town Bascarsija
Lets discover why Sarajevo is known as the place where East meet West. Sarajevo has a long and very turbulent history. We will guide you through three different epochs of Sarajevo history. You will be fascinated by the beauty of Turkish part of the Old town, its small narrow streets, souvenir shops and lots of cozy coffee bars where you can taste well known Turkish/ Bosnian coffee. Learn about 400 years long Ottoman occupation and the legacy that decorate this town. Highlights: - Bascarsija square - The Sebilj wooden fountain - Coppersmith street - Brusa bezistan - Morica han - Gazi Husrev bey's complex - Emperior's mosque - Jewish Old temple
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Ferhadija pedestrian street
Austro-Hungarian occupation brought even more diversities. After walking through "small Istanbul" you will cross to Austrian part of the Old town and find yourself in a "small Vienna". Our guide will introduce you with a turbulent times and where is the exact point of assassination on Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie. Highlights: - Latin bridge -the place of assassination - Catholic cathedral - Ferhadija street - City hall - Market place - Army hall - Orthodox church
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Eternal flame monument
The ending point of the tour is the Eternal Flame monument, a landmark dedicated to the the fallen heroes of the World War II. Our guide will tell you more about the communist period of ex Yugoslavia, all the way to the recent tragic events of war in the 90's.