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Visit Tito's Bunker in Konjic

Visit Tito's Bunker in Konjic - Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: Flexible
Location: Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$14.24

Tito's bunker in Konjic was a well-kept secret for years, until now! This impressive space lies in about 6,500 square feet of space and about 300 feet deep below the surface.

Tito's bunker was built and kept in secret from 1953 to 1979 ... More info ›

Tito's bunker in Konjic was a well-kept secret for years, until now! This impressive space lies in about 6,500 square feet of space and about 300 feet deep below the surface.

Tito's bunker was built and kept in secret from 1953 to 1979. In case a catastrophe happened, Tito and his closest associates would be sheltered here.

This building, which resembles a maze with more than a hundred rooms and a fully preserved inventory was designed to provide uninterrupted life for 350 people for six months. This bunker is consists of a number of residential spaces, conference rooms, offices and a "presidential bloc." The existence of the bunker was top-secret until the '90s. Join this tour and let us tell you its secrets.

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East Bosnia & West Serbia UNESCO heritage day tour from Sarajevo

East Bosnia & West Serbia UNESCO heritage day tour from Sarajevo - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$106.78

Imagine a daytour where you could see two UNESCO sites (Borak stećak necropolis and Mehmed-pasha Sokolović bridge over Drina), one 100+ year old narrow-gauge rail system (Šargan Eight) in a perfect - still in use condition, one Nature Park (Mokra Gora), one National Park (Tara) and one of its most amazing viewpoints (Banjska Stena), one traditional Serbian style village (Drvengrad), one amazing town dedicated to the most famous Bosnian born and raised, Yugoslavian writer Ivo Andrić (Andrićgrad), get to hear great stories, taste local food and all that in one day, either on round trip from Sarajevo and back, or on a connecting tour from Sarajevo to Belgrade and vice versa. Hard to imagine, isn’t it?

After departing Sarajevo in the morning 8 AM we’ll take beautiful 1.15 hours ride to reach Rogatica and first stop of the day, Borak Stećci necropolis near the Burati village ... More info ›

Imagine a daytour where you could see two UNESCO sites (Borak stećak necropolis and Mehmed-pasha Sokolović bridge over Drina), one 100+ year old narrow-gauge rail system (Šargan Eight) in a perfect - still in use condition, one Nature Park (Mokra Gora), one National Park (Tara) and one of its most amazing viewpoints (Banjska Stena), one traditional Serbian style village (Drvengrad), one amazing town dedicated to the most famous Bosnian born and raised, Yugoslavian writer Ivo Andrić (Andrićgrad), get to hear great stories, taste local food and all that in one day, either on round trip from Sarajevo and back, or on a connecting tour from Sarajevo to Belgrade and vice versa. Hard to imagine, isn’t it?

After departing Sarajevo in the morning 8 AM we’ll take beautiful 1.15 hours ride to reach Rogatica and first stop of the day, Borak Stećci necropolis near the Burati village. This hidden gem deep in the misty forests of East Bosnia just recently inscribed as UNESCO  World heritage, so we surely make a visit there. 

Road continues along turquoise Drina river canyon and next stop of the day is town of Višegrad.
Višegrad is home to UNESCO heritage too, an Ottoman time bridge built in 1577. by the Grand Vizier Mehmed Paša Sokolović. The UNESCO summary: “The unique elegance of proportion and monumental nobility of the property as a whole bear witness to the greatness of this style of architecture.” is definitely reason to visit such a beautiful place.

The book: “Bridge Over Drina” by Bosnian-born in Travnik, World famous Nobel Prize winner, Yugoslav writer Ivo Andrić has given most of the glory to this amazing place and we surely recommend you to read this novel before coming to this region and for this tour, so you can better understand historical importance of this area.

As soon as we see the Bridge and take the Drina river cruise, we’ll explore stone town of Andrićgrad (eng. Andrić town). Small, stone made town, recently built, named and dedicated after novelist Ivo Andrić.

As we continue, roadž will late take us towards east Bosnian border, and on the way will pay visit to one of the most important Serbian Orthodox monasteries, Dobrun Monastery. Originally built in 1343 with frescoes preserved until today is ideal stop to learn more about local history and enjoy the amazing nature surrounding it.

Next stop will be ethno-village of Drvengrad (eng.Timber Town) also know as Küstendorf and Mećavnik, our usual stop for lunch or coffee break.

One of the highlights of the day is Šargan Eight is narrow gauge (760mm) steam railway, originally built in 1925., famously called Ćira (Chira). Once it used to connect Sarajevo and Belgrade, and the name “eight” origins from the pure shape of the track which if looked from the sky looks like number 8. Get ready to back to the past while doing this amazing train ride.

Last stop of the day is one of the most beautiful National Parks in Serbia - National Park Tara.

National Park Tara (declared in 1981.) with its biological diversity is one of the most amazing areas if whole Serbia, offering great nature experiences, stunning views, hiking and trekking opportunities, unique Picea Omorica, vast animal diversity, and much more.

One of the most important stops of the day will be stunning viewpoint of “Banjska Stena” which offers us amazing panorama of Perućac Lake on Drina river, which naturally borders Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.

Return to Sarajevo is planned in the later afternoon hours after we are finished exploring Tara.

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Konjic: Tito's Bunker Tour

Konjic: Tito's Bunker Tour - Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$14.83

Visit Tito's bunker. This shelter has devices and systems of communication that nobody knew they existed at the time! Up until the 1990s, this shelter (the investment worth 4.6 billion US dollars), was the biggest military secret.
Time of the visits:
MON, WED, FRI - 10am, 12pm and 2pm
TUE, THU - 12pm
SAT, SUN - 10am and 12pm.

Tito's bunker or ARK, which stands for the Atomic War Command, was the biggest secret of former Yugoslavia ... More info ›

Visit Tito's bunker. This shelter has devices and systems of communication that nobody knew they existed at the time! Up until the 1990s, this shelter (the investment worth 4.6 billion US dollars), was the biggest military secret.
Time of the visits:
MON, WED, FRI - 10am, 12pm and 2pm
TUE, THU - 12pm
SAT, SUN - 10am and 12pm.

Tito's bunker or ARK, which stands for the Atomic War Command, was the biggest secret of former Yugoslavia. Tito`s bunker is located under the mountain Zlatar with the deepest point of 280 meters underground. This atomic shelter could withstand a nuclear attack of 20 - 25 kilotons. The bunker has eight alternative exits that are not shown on the map which lead to the top of the mountain. This huge facility has more than one hundred rooms in a total area of 6400 square meters and these would be used by 350 people from political and state leadership of former Yugoslavia in case of a nuclear attack. These officials could stay in the bunker for six months without any contact with the outside world. An important place in the bunker is Tito's luxurious private residence with six rooms, including his office and bedroom.

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Sarajevo DayTrip from Mostar

Sarajevo DayTrip from Mostar - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 1 day
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$142.37

Sarajevo is known as the “Jerusalem in the Balkans”, since it is the only place other than Jerusalem that has a mosque, a synagogue, a catholic and an orthodox church, all within walking distance from each other. This tour gives you a chance to explore the iconic capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina ... More info ›

Sarajevo is known as the “Jerusalem in the Balkans”, since it is the only place other than Jerusalem that has a mosque, a synagogue, a catholic and an orthodox church, all within walking distance from each other. This tour gives you a chance to explore the iconic capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. We leave Mostar in the morning, and after a short break on the way arrive to Sarajevo a couple of hours later. We'll have a city tour with a licensed local guide, and plenty of free time for lunch and individual exploration, before returning to Mostar in the afternoon.

Pick-up at your accommodation in the morning and then departure from Mostar. We have a couple of hours driving to Sarajevo, following the river Neretva most of the way. Upon arrival to Sarajevo, we'll be met by our local licensed guide who'll take us for a city tour of Sarajevo's center.

Our starting point for the city tour is at the City Hall. Built in the late 19th century, it served as the city hall until 1949 when it was transformed into the National Library. It was destroyed in August 1992, and at that point it held over 1.5 million volumes, of which 155,000 were rare and valuable. Sadly, most of the books could not be saved. The City Hall was rebuilt over the course of nearly 20 years after the war finished, and reopened in 2014. Next we move on to Gazi Husrev-bey’s mosque. Built in 16th century, it is the largest historical mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the most representative Ottoman structures in the Balkans. Being the central Sarajevan mosque since the days of its construction, today it also serves as the main congregational mosque of the Islamic community of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Our next stop is in the courtyard of the Sarajevo synagogue. It was constructed in 1902 and remains the only functioning synagogue in Sarajevo today. This synagogue is an Ashkenazi one – there used to be a Sephardi synagogue as well – however it was destroyed during WWII. We continue through the Autro-Hungarian part of town, and arrive in front of the Catholic cathedral – the Sacred Heart Cathedral. The cathedral has been built in the late 19th century, and has been damaged during the war in the 90’s. However, it was not completely destroyed and has been restored since. Right after the catholic cathedral we go see the orthodox cathedral - he Cathedral Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos. The cathedral was built in the mid -19th century and is the largest orthodox church in Sarajevo – and one of the largest in the Balkans. Our final stop is in front of the Museum of Sarajevo’s main building. After the tour we have some free time for lunch – trying ćevapčići in Sarajevo is a must!

After free time for lunch and individual activities, we'll say farewell to Sarajevo and arrive to Mostar safely a few hours later.

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Medugorje Catholic Pilgrimage Site

Medugorje Catholic Pilgrimage Site - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$83.05

Međugorje is a small town only 20 minutes drive from Mostar. It is an essential destination for all the Catholics during their visit to Herzegovina.

Međugorje is a small town only 20 minutes drive from Mostar ... More info ›

Međugorje is a small town only 20 minutes drive from Mostar. It is an essential destination for all the Catholics during their visit to Herzegovina.

Međugorje is a small town only 20 minutes drive from Mostar. It is an essential destination for all the Catholics during their visit to Herzegovina. Moreover, it is among the most famous Catholic pilgrimage destinations in the world. It became so in recent history through the apparitions of the Virgin Mary that started in 1981. Ever since the first apparitions, many people from all over the world go to Međugorje in hope to achieve inner peace and reconcilation.

Besides that you will also be able to visit Kravica Waterfall, one of the richest waterfalls in the country, a place of pure nature.

Professional guide, whith a license, will be on your dispozal. The guide speaks English, Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian and Montenegrin.

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The Death of Yugoslavia Tour in Mostar

The Death of Yugoslavia Tour in Mostar - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 2 hours 18 minutes
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$30.85

The Death of Yugoslavia is award-winning tour featuring the complete timeline of the nation's birth and death. By visiting three locations, we explore Yugoslavia during the Cold War, directly between the nuclear missiles of both Warsaw and the NATO pact ... More info ›

The Death of Yugoslavia is award-winning tour featuring the complete timeline of the nation's birth and death. By visiting three locations, we explore Yugoslavia during the Cold War, directly between the nuclear missiles of both Warsaw and the NATO pact. We explore Tito and how his actions led to the formation of a prosperous non-aligned country. We explore the rise of nationalism after the fall of Communism. And finally, we witness the Yugoslavian War. All of this will be seen among these locations, unwilling monuments to the existence of a country which died more than 20 years ago but is still alive in the minds of its former citizens.

During the tour we visit three fascinating locations, an abandoned Yugoslav secret base, the buildings in Mostar representative for that period and the Partisan monument. Each of them telling a story about Yugoslavia, a country that died more than 20 years ago. The locations are kept secret so as to not spoil the story and the quality of the whole experience. The tour is scheduled each day at 5pm, driven by local charismatic, experienced guides. The tour is fully narrated at the location of each sight and during the drive from one locale to the next. By tour's end, you will have a better understanding and appreciation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 21st century. 

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