siege of Sarajevo free tour
Just 8 years after Sarajevo Winter Olympic Games have finished up, this city in between the mountains again has been in the spotlight of the world again. In a very different tone from those in 1984, messages from Sarajevo were not having the positive background anymore.
Siege of Sarajevo lasted for 1425 day and it will become the longest siege of a city in modern history. With us, you will be listening to the whole story of how the war started and you will be visiting locations like the Eternal flame, National Theatre & Post Office, Children’s Memorial, Presidential House, Skenderija, Parliament, Suada and Olga Bridge / Romeo and Juliet Bridge and Historical Museum.
You will not understand everything that happened here but you will be one step closer to understand through what people have passed during the period of war. But more importantly, you will listen to our stories that will bring positivity and which eventually will bring the peace that will last forever.
Let us rebuild burned bridges for the better future
Check out the following link if you wish to visit Sarajevo Tunnel Museum and front lines of the Siege of Sarajevo.
War in Bosnia and Death of Yugoslavia is much more detailed tour on which you will save your time to fully understand this conflict.
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Please be 10 minutes before the start of the tour. If you have problem finding us, you have google map link HERE.
NOTE: The guides who run the free tours for Tallest Tourguide Tours receive no retribution for their services. All the free tours that Tallest Tourguide Tours offers are free and the guides do not receive any payment for this service. Sometimes the people who attend these tours may or may not give financial compensation (tips) as a way of appreciation. But this compensation is always voluntary and it is never required by the guides, therefore the activity is clearly NON-REMUNERATED.
Frequently asked questions
Siege of Sarajevo Free Walking Tour will finish near the Historical Museum in Sarajevo. Nearby you can visit National Museum and Tito’s Cafe Bar.
The average tip is around 5-10 Euros per person. But of course, the tip is voluntary on free walking tours.
Everyone is welcome on this free walking tour!