The Srebrenica town and its massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide, is the place where the July 1995 massacre happened. More than 8,000 Bosniaks ware killed there during the Bosnian war, mainly men and boys, in and around the town of Srebrenica.
Srebrenica tour – visit to memorial center
Book Srebrenica tour from Sarajevo and visit memorial center Potocari. Srebrenica is a town in eastern Bosnia and is a place where 8372 civilians, innocent men, women and children have been brutally murdered in July ’95. The killings were perpetrated Serbian Republic army under the command of Ratko Mladić.
Srebrenica massacre is one of the greatest tragedy of humankind. Kofi Annan, UN secretary at the time, has described Srebrenica genocide as the worst crime on European soil since World War2. He stated that Srebrenica is a tragedy that will haunt the United Nations forever.
But you do not have to hear the story of Srebrenica. It is enough to stand there and see the sorrow in the eyes of mothers of Srebrenica. Even the wind breeze whisperers that few years ago, genocide happened there. Tears, grief, sorrow and pain are always present in Srebrenica. 8372 graves are every day reminder on what happened on Europe’s soil so it never happens again!
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.
Pick up and drop off is provided at your place of stay in Sarajevo area
Approximately 6:00 PM
Pickup & drop off
Meals & drinks
Pick up is made at your place of stay in Sarajevo
Potocari memorial center
Visit to Potocari - memorial complex where you will see more than 8000 silent witnesses of the genocide from July '95. Our guide will take you to a walk through the cemetery and make an introduction for the story you will hear in the Memorial room.
Srebrenica memorial room
You will be guided by an official tour guide from Memorial center who is actually one of the survivors of Srebrenica genocide. Beside that,you will have an opportunity to watch a 40 minute documentary about the biggest massacre in Europe after World War 2. Before you continue the tour to a former Dutch UN base, where you'll get a chance to see an impressive newly open Museum of Srebrenica Genocide-failure of international community, you can stay a bit longer in Memorial room to see the exhibition about the victims.
To complete the story about Srebrenica genocide, our guide will drive you to this very small but worldwide know town.
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