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Balkans dark side - Tunnel of Hope

Balkans dark side - Tunnel of Hope - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$31.34

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 ... More info ›

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!

War tour starts from Invicta Travel office. You can be picked up from your hotel upon request also. On the way to the Tunnel Museum , roughly 30 minutes drive, our tour guide will show you and explain things important to understand the history of the fall of Yugoslavia and Bosnian Independence. Driving through the city , you will see one of the points of the biggest masacre that happened in 94 and 95, the Markale marketplace. There is a memorial for children killed during the Siege on our way, also. Heading to the Tunnel Museum, the guide will show you the famous street, known as Sniper Alley, and tell you the stories of people running over these streets. Once you get to the Museum, and you see the Map of the Siege, our guide will make sure you get better visualisation of the Siege.Short movie about shelling the city and Tunnel construciton is also must see in this war Museum. We get to know how and why we dug it, how long it took, but most importantly we understand what it meant for Sarajevo people. We spend there about an hour. We take drive back to the city on different way, through the Republic of Srpska entity, to see and hear the stories about invisible borders. Next stop will be famous Old Jewish Cemetery which was the front line during the war and was used as an artillery positon by Bosnian Serbs. Yellow Fortress will leave you breathless, amazing view on Sarajevo, and also on many cemeteries, made during the last war. Our guide will take you even higher, on Vidikovac view point, where we can make a short break, drinking Bosnian coffee or beer if you prefer. The view is magnificent. The last stop will be Olympic complex, with its cemetery from 90’. You will hear the story about Olympic games held in 84, also. After 3 hour of tour you’ll head back to our office, enjoying the view from your back seat. Our professional guide will be pleased to answer any question you have. After the completion the tour, you will be suggested to visit more museums connected with the war 92- 95.

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Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope Museum Tour

Sarajevo Tunnel of Hope Museum Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$23.82

Join this tour to find about the times when the city of Sarajevo was under siege which lasted for 4 years, from 1992 to 1996. This professionally guided, 2-hour tour takes you through an intense experience through which you will conjure up the experience of the city’s population during the turbulent war times and the resistance through which this fight was fought ... More info ›

Join this tour to find about the times when the city of Sarajevo was under siege which lasted for 4 years, from 1992 to 1996. This professionally guided, 2-hour tour takes you through an intense experience through which you will conjure up the experience of the city’s population during the turbulent war times and the resistance through which this fight was fought.

After hotel pick-up, the tour will take you to the entrances to the tunnel, which are below buildings. On the Dobrinja side, under an apartment building, and on the Butmir side underneath a private family home. The private home is now the Tunnel of Hope Museum which displays a number of articles from the war, photographs, and video recordings of war scenery. You will get to visit and explore the museum after the experience.

800 meters of tunnel, 800 meters of hope…

The Tunnel of Hope was the only way in and out of the city of Sarajevo. Built under the Sarajevo Airport Runway, it was the only means of supplies for the citizens of the city. Hundreds of citizens would walk through and many would die as it was surrounded by the Serbian Army Forces.

The entrances to the tunnel are below buildings. On the Dobrinja side, under an apartment building, and on the Butmir side underneath a private family home. The private home is now the Tunnel of Hope Museum which displays a number of articles from the war, photographs, and video recordings of war scenery.

The tunnel was constructed manually by the Bosnian Army and volunteering citizens. The workers exchanged shifts during the digging process which was carried out through the entire 24 hours of the day. They were awarded with a package of cigarettes; which were priced high during the times. The tunnel was built within 4 months due to continuous work manual work, digging with shovels and transferring earth with wheelbarrows.

This tour will give you an intense experience through which you will conjure up the experience of the city’s population during the turbulent war times and the resistance through which this fight was fought.

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Mostar Old Town Private Walking Tour

Mostar Old Town Private Walking Tour - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$56.42

Mostar is Herzegovina's main town, and it has wowed visitors for centuries. Join us in exploring Mostar's medieval core – the Old Town ... More info ›

Mostar is Herzegovina's main town, and it has wowed visitors for centuries. Join us in exploring Mostar's medieval core – the Old Town. You will have a chance to learn of Mostar's troubled and turbulent past and its ever-so-intriguing present. We will guide you through the cobbles of the Old Town and show you the marvelous Ottoman architecture. The highlight of the tour of course is the Old Bridge of Mostar: you will have a chance to marvel at it from up close and hear the story behind it and its famous divers.

Start the tour with an introduction to Mostar and Bosnia and Herzegovina: geography, history, culture, politics and anything else you might be interested in. After the introductory part, you will head to our intended destination - the Old Town of Mostar.
Your first stop is on the main square of the old town, where we hear the intriguing tale of the mosque, tannery and bath-house that are located on the square. After the square you move on to the Curved Bridge - where you will learn some rather surprising facts about it.
What follows is the main attraction: the Old Bridge of Mostar. Go down to the beach underneath the bridge to gain a spectacular view and take some stunning photos, before learning about Mostar's most important and most revered site. If you are a little bit lucky, you might even catch one of the famous Mostarian divers!
After the beach, you will carefully cross the Old Bridge itself, and have a lovely view of the surrounding area. The tour finishes in the Coppersmith's Alley, with a wonderful view of the Old Bridge from the other side.
Before saying goodbye, your guide will be more than happy to provide information and advice regarding food, souvenirs, galleries and anything else that might interest you!

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Understanding Srebrenica Genocide - 11th July 1995 - Full Day Tour from Sarajevo

Understanding Srebrenica Genocide - 11th July 1995 - Full Day Tour from Sarajevo - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$87.76

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 ... More info ›

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.

After the morning pickup around 8 am, you'll spend two and a half hours on the road towards Srebrenica, where you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery of Eastern Bosnian mountain regions, spiced up with detailed stories and important explanations behind the reasons of "Death of Yugoslavia". Understanding the role of Bosnia in the storm of 90's is crucial for better understanding of Genocide in Srebrenica.

Genocide in Srebrenica is not an event which just took place in one narrow region or one town, in fact, it is an overall story of aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina, meaning Genocide events took place in wider area of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and especially of the region of East Bosnia. During your ride you will pass through several small towns and village where similar events have occurred, so chronological introduction and context is very important to fully understand the story that you'll be exploring together that day.

As soon you arrive to Memorial Centre at Potočari, you will have a chance to participate at locally guided tour and history class at Memorial Centre with official guide. Local guide in charge is survivor of those events and person whose experiences and stories are extremely important part of the tour.

Memorial Cemetery where over 6500 people, in past years have been buried, before exhumed and identified, while some over 1500 victims are still missing, will be the most striking and mind blowing part of the visit. Other important elements of the visit will take place at former Dutchbat UN base, where you’ll get a chance to see amazing newly open (Feb 2017) Museum of "Srebrenica Genocide - failure of international community", understand importance of Memorial Room, see number of documentary movies, study chronological photo exhibitions, get stunned by graffiti remains, learn personal stories and stories of in-base mass grave and other elements of importance related to overall story of Srebrenica Genocide.

After some three hours of visiting Potočari Memorial Centre, it's time for a short, 6 km ride to Srebrenica town. Visiting this small, historically rich, ‘silver town’ (Bosnian for silver is ‘Srebro’) will give better insight in the meaning of the “Worlds largest concentration camp during the 90's”.

Once in Srebrenica, it'll be time to stop for lunch (not included) where you will receive further elaboration about present life, as well as have a chance to explore the place on your own too.

After you are done with lunch and city explorations, it is time to head back. Expect to be in Sarajevo around 6 or latest 7 pm.

Finally today, facts are known, as what exactly happened in Srebrenica is beyond any reasonable doubt, simply numerous trials at ICTY have proven it, but true reasons and role of the Dutchbat UN forces at Srebrenica, and overall UN role, is very hard to fully uncover. The mission of this tour is to clear it out.

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Modern World Longest Siege - Siege of Sarajevo Half-day Tour

Modern World Longest Siege - Siege of Sarajevo Half-day Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$31.34

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.

Tour starts from the old town of Sarajevo and immediately we head towards the War Tunnel Museum - Tunnel of Hope ... More info ›

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.

Tour starts from the old town of Sarajevo and immediately we head towards the War Tunnel Museum - Tunnel of Hope. On the way there (roughly 25-30 min drive) we explain and show things essential to understand reasons behind the breakup of Yugoslavia. While driving we see unfortunate Markale Massacre sites, Bosnian Presidency building, famous Sniper Alley, Marshall Tito Barracks, Bosnian Parliament, Hotel Holiday Inn, National TV house and few other locations important for the overall understanding concept of Sarajevo Siege and Aggression of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Once we arrive at the Tunnel, a tunnel which saved Sarajevo during the Siege, Tunnel of Hope which was the major "blood line" for heavily besieged and destroyed city, we learn about its role in history. We get to know how and why we dug it, how long it took, how roughly 3.000.000 people went through it, but most importantly we understand what it meant for "Sarajevans". We stay there around 1 hour as museum exhibit requires thorough explanations to better understand the importance of this place.

After the Tunnel we head toward Olympic mountain of Trebević, which by vast majority of its length was a first line during the Siege of Sarajevo. At the site we have the opportunity to see where the real destruction appeared and where the real front lines used to be, and where the real sniper and artillery fire took place over innocent citizens of Sarajevo.

During these times we will focus our story on postwar affects and stories of Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1995 until today. One of the most amazing parts of this tour is Trebević Olympic Bobsled and story of 1984 Sarajevo Winter Olympic Games. Region of the Bobsled has been one of the important strongholds of Republic of Srpska Army (VRS) during the Siege of Sarajevo, and today offers unique opportunity to fully understand nature of resistance of Bosnian Army forces.

The tour is very much enriched with great panorama views, especially from the very top of Trebević mountain where you get the real feeling what mice and cats game had been played here, and how the enemy with such a great advantage never got the real chance to take over Sarajevo city.

Important stop of the tour is Jewish Cemetery - by many historians 2nd largest European Jewish Cemetery, played important role of city resistance, and during the Siege was one of the most dangerous Serbian Army Sniper positions, taking countless victims of innocent Sarajevo civilian. Aside of the Siege related importance, cemetery is heavily important historical site.

Last site of the tour is Yellow Bastion - the most beautiful viewpoint above the city, offering final understanding what people of Sarajevo have been through during those 4 years of Modern World Longest Siege.

The tour ends at Baščaršija square where the drop off will take place.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-Night Multiday Tour from Mostar

Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-Night Multiday Tour from Mostar - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 4 days
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$952.82

Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and its sights during this 4-day tour. Mostar is the capital city of Herzegovina ... More info ›

Visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and its sights during this 4-day tour. Mostar is the capital city of Herzegovina. The Old Bridge is the main cultural monument which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Mostar got its name by the keepers of the bridge: The Mostars. Learn about the history of Mostar and its surrounding: Blagaj, Počitelj, Međugorje etc. You can enjoy unique and unforgettable touristic attractions: Rafting on Neretva, mountaineering on the beautiful mountains of Herzegovina, being present on traditional attractive Old Bridge jumps, magical music nights, enjoying local gastronomic delicatessen and much more.

Day 1: From Airport to Mostar

We take care of you from the moment you land on one of the airports near Mostar. It can be airport Sarajevo, Dubrovnik or Split. Transport is performed in an air-conditioned minibus, with coffee bar, mini bar, free internet access and TV/DVD. Each of these trips towards Mostar is a unique experience because the landscapes which you will pass through are simply magic and breathtaking. You a stay in a 5-star hotel with superior touristic treatment, which includes free use of spa center, gym, pool, steam baths and Finnish and salt sauna.

Day 2: Visit Herzegovina
Visit Mostar and its surrounding like Međugorje, Kravice, Počitelj, Žitomislići, Blagaj, Podveležje, Ruište. Follow your guide and discover he Old Bridge (part of UNESCO’s World Heritage List), which was originally built in 1566. during the Ottoman Empire and according to many, is one of the 10 most beautiful bridges in the world. See Međugorje, one of the most popular and most visited site of Catholic pilgrimage in Europe, and head to one of greatest river springs in Europe, the spring of Buna in Blagaj, next to which a beautiful Muslim complex is built and referred to as Tekija. You are also going to see an amazing waterfalls of Kravice, in addition to many other admirable and interesting places.

Day 3: Rafting on Neretva or visit Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia
Feel the adrenaline on 4 rapids, pass under a waterfall shower, drink water directly from a natural spring, enjoy a delicious barbecue (grilled meat, vegetables, pita bread) in the Rakytnica canyon, jump from cliffs to deep water, swim in rapids. Also joy with us Horse Riding, Trekking or visit with us Dubrovnik or Split in Croatia.

Price tour, among other things, includes the best traditional food and wine.

Day 4:
Transfer from Mostar to your chosen airport.

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