Modern World longest siege - Siege of Sarajevo, is a tour designed to properly explain how Sarajevo defended, lived and survived more than 1400 days of siege, siege even longer than WWII Siege of Leningrad. We invite you to join us and get first hand experience on experiences, stories, facts, and reasons behind the story of death of Yugoslavia and why Bosnia and Herzegovina and Sarajevo took a central and the most unfortunate role.
• 4 hours
Mostar town and the whole of Herzegovina region are a must see and 'taste' by anyone ever coming to Bosnia and Herzegovina or Balkans area. That is why we have designed a tour which offers most of it from perspective of cultural diversity and unique history, truly amazing scenery and delicious food as well. We invite you to join us for this amazing, UNESCO based trip and get to see Mostar and Herzegovina including 5 major places: Konjic, Jablanica and Jablaničko Lake, Počitelj and Blagaj.
• 12 hours
Life in the Dinaric Mountains moves to the ageless rhythms of the past, and this one-day trip to Lukomir Village offers unique insights.
• 9 hours
Join a certified official tour guide on 4 hour journey of understanding Sarajevo's destruction and salvation. Explore Sarajevo's key sites including Sniper alley and War Tunnel Museum - the life line of " the biggest concentration camp" in the world. Panorama from the highest point of Trebevic Mountain and walking down 1984 Olympic Bobsleigh and Luge Track will provide unique experience. See one of the kind Jewish cemetery which is second by size in Europe, just before one in Prague. Experience Sarajevo from Yellow and White bastions, and pay tribute to fallen soldiers and first Bosnian president buried at Martyr Cemetery.
• 4 hours
Mostar - the city famous for the Old Bridge is for sure one of most beautiful places that you will see, but it is not all that Herzegovina has to offer. Konjic, Blagaj and Pocitelj are also gems of Herzegovina, so why not see them too? Professional tour guide will make sure, that You are satisfied throughout the journey. If You forget to have Your breakfast, do not worry, as our guests are provided with traditional Bosnian pie and bottle of water. There will be also something sweet, just for You to try.
• 12 hours
Experience three days in charming Mostar, one of the most spectacular destinations in southeast Europe. Stay in a brand new hotel in heart of Old Town, with a view of Mostar’s famous Old Bridge. During this private tour, you will be accompanied by a local guide and transported by climate-controlled minivan. You will explore the surrounding region, including Kravice Falls and the Blagaj Tekke monastery.
• 2 days
Interested in the history, culture and food of the city? This is the tour for you! Meet your guide and embrace the spirit of Sarajevo in every possible way. Admire the symbol of the Austro-Hungarian rule, hear the story about the Spite House, go through two streets where you’ll learn more about different crafts which have existed in Sarajevo since 15th century.
• 4 hours
This day tour from Sarajevo to understand the genocide of Srebrenica 11th July 1995, is unique, factual and storytelling experience. It has been created for anyone interested to learn more about these unfortunate events which took place in region of Eastern Bosnia, called Podrinje, during July 1995. We invite you to join us, learn more, and help us break the prejudice about Srebrenica Genocide.
• 10 hours
A horrific past sits side-by-side with a welcoming future on this Sarajevo tour that takes you deep into the dark days and back out into the light of today. See the sites that mark some of the city's biggest tragedies but have since become places to celebrate life, as you listen to stories of the siege, from those who lived to tell the tale.
• 3 hours
Can You imagine 4 years of siege? Four long years without elementary supplies, four years under the bombs, four years with no sun in the sky? Visiting the main war points will tell You the story by themselves – words will not be needed. Sarajevo was under the occupation for very long time, and marks are still visible all around the town. We try to keep it as a monument and great reminder of what shell never happen again!Sarajevo was occupied by each side of the city during the siege and the area was completely blocked. Since there was no way to reach free territory and in order to provide elementary existence supplies, some kind of solution had to be provided. That is exactly what happened! The story about the Tunnel, short movie made during the war period and the Tunnel construction, all those Museum items, collected during the war, and the whole surrounding area will give You a clear image how did Sarajevo survive the greatest siege in human history!
• 3 hours