The Best Of Sarajevo City Walking Tour
Old City Hall of Sarajevo is one of the most interesting places in Bosnia. How did Romeo and Juliet Bridge appear to be in Sarajevo? Have you heard about Hiroshima of Sarajevo, the Battlefield of Žuæ hill? Can you feel Bosnian culture walking in Bascarsija, Historic Market in the city center? So much new history- Olympic Bobsleigh ruins, Oslobodenje newspaper Building, Ruins of Home for the Aged. A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about Sniper positions around Sarajevo and Bosnian Serbs Siege Lines, Ex Parliament, the Tunnel under the Airport, Minefields around Sarajevo, Ruins of the Jewish Cemetery, Ex Yugoslav Army Camp (Marshal Tito), King Fahd Mosque and much more.
- Professional local tour guide
- War Childhood Museum Entrance fees
- Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque Entrance Fees
- Sarajevo City Hall Entrance Fees
Route & Duration
War Childhood Museum
The historical museum presents the experiences of children who lived through the war in Bosnia through objects, video testimonies, and excerpts from oral histories.
Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque
The Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, built in the 16th century, is Bosnia and Herzegovina's largest historical mosque. It is also one of the most prominent Ottoman structures in the Balkans, and it has been the central mosque in Sarajevo since its construction. It is also the main denominational mosque for Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina today.
The Latin Bridge, also known as Princip's Bridge, is an Ottoman bridge that spans the Milijacka River in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The bridge got its name because it connected the right bank of the Miljacka to the city's Catholic quarter, which was dubbed "Latinluk" in Ottoman times.
Sarajevo City Hall
Sarajevo City Hall or Vijećnica was designed in 1891 by the Czech architect. It was formerly Sarajevo's largest and most emblematic Austro-Hungarian era structure, serving as the municipal hall. It is the present seat and headquarters of the Mayor of Sarajevo, as well as the Sarajevo City Council.
The main entrance of King Fahd Mosque (Semira Frašte bb, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia & Herzegovina)
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.