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Half-Day Sarajevo Grand Walking Tour

Half-Day Sarajevo Grand Walking Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$14.92

This walking tour of Sarajevo takes you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture. In just two hours, you will be shown a unique line where East meets West ... More info ›

This walking tour of Sarajevo takes you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture. In just two hours, you will be shown a unique line where East meets West. Join us and find out more about the city which is also called as "the Jerusalem of Europe."

The city that is commonly associated with the siege in the 1990s has plenty more to offer. Join us in a journey through the past where the guide will reveal the small and big secrets of this city and introduce you to the mysticism of Sarajevo streets and alleys. The tour will take you to the main sights of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian architecture and will show you a unique line where East meets West. Enjoy the scent of fresh made coffee, flavours from hookah, sound of church bells and call from the minarets. Learn about the assassination that triggered the First World War and discover why Sarajevo is called the "European Jerusalem."

This tour visits the following sites:

City Hall/National Library
Spite House
Sarajevo fortresses
Streets Bravadziluk and Kazandziluk (old handcrafts)
Sebilj
Street Saraci
Morica han (caravan-saray)
Ghazi Husrev Bey’s Mosque and Maddresah
Clock tower
Sarajevo Assassination 1914
Ghazi Husrev Bey’s Bazaar
Sephardic neighbourhood and synagogues
Cathedral of Holly Hearth of Jesus
Synod Orthodox Church

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Sarajevo Cultural Walking Tour with Local Food Tasting

Sarajevo Cultural Walking Tour with Local Food Tasting - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$37.31

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.

Discover the heart of the Ottoman rule – Sarajevo’s Bascarsija then drink water from Sebilj fountain and come back to Sarajevo again ... More info ›

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.

Discover the heart of the Ottoman rule – Sarajevo’s Bascarsija then drink water from Sebilj fountain and come back to Sarajevo again. What’s the difference between “burek” and all other pies? We’ll certainly answer that question. Pray in four big houses of God in Sarajevo and find out why people call it a “European Jerusalem”. Learn about the hospitality over a cup of Bosnian coffee and share the importance and the meaning of its drinking. See the line between two worlds – Eastern and Western. Finally, try “baklava”! Believe us; it’ll definitely make your day.

The tour includes:

City Hall
Spite house
Bravadziluk and Kazandziluk
Sebilj
Saraci Street
Caravan Saray
Ghazi Husrev Bey's Mosque
Clock Tower
The Assassination 1914
Ghazi Husrev-Bey's Bazaar
Jewish Quarter
Sarajevo Cathedral
Synod Orthodox Church
Svrzo's House

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Mountain biking tour from Blidinje nature park to Ramsko lake

Mountain biking tour from Blidinje nature park to Ramsko lake - Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Konjic, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$87.05

Mountain biking is a very interesting activity for people who want to spend the day in nature and see all the amazing things the nature offers.
This tour goes to Ramsko lake. which is in a semicircular shape and has a lot of bays ... More info ›

Mountain biking is a very interesting activity for people who want to spend the day in nature and see all the amazing things the nature offers.
This tour goes to Ramsko lake. which is in a semicircular shape and has a lot of bays. Slight decline of the lake shores makes it accessible from almost every side. Ramsko lake is located on former arable land with plenty of clay and beautiful clean and clear water of light green color. During the tour you can see the tomb-stone necropolis from the 15th century and enjoy the untouched nature.
All necessary equipment for the mountain-biking tour is provided (mountain bike, helmet, backpack and water bottle). Participants need to provide their own clothing, shoes and additional clothing for change.
Duration of the tour is around 6 hours, light and medium-difficulty, about 45 km, recommended to amateurs, experienced cyclists and professionals

TIME                    PLAN OF ACTIVITIES

09:00-09:30 a.m. – Arrival to Konjic (Tourist info „Visit Konjic“, next to the Old Stone bridge)

09:30-10:30 a.m. – Transport to the mountain biking starting point, nature park Blidinje, renting the equipment and start of the mountain biking tour

10:30-12:30 p.m. – Mountain biking tour from nature park Blidinje (Masna Luka) to the sanctuary Diva Grabovčeva (break for lunch package and taking photos)

12:30-15:00 p.m. – Mountain biking tour from Diva Grabovčeva to the Franciscan monastery Šćit and Ramsko lake

15:00-16:30 p.m. – Lunch and Šćit tour

16:30-17:30 p.m. – End of the mountain biking tour and departure to Konjic

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Mostar Cultural Expressions Walking Tour

Mostar Cultural Expressions Walking Tour - Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$31.09

One-day exploring of the Old Bridge area and the Old City of Mostar. The Old Bridge area, with its pre-Ottoman, eastern Ottoman, Mediterranean and western European architectural features, is an outstanding example of a multicultural urban settlement ... More info ›

One-day exploring of the Old Bridge area and the Old City of Mostar. The Old Bridge area, with its pre-Ottoman, eastern Ottoman, Mediterranean and western European architectural features, is an outstanding example of a multicultural urban settlement. The reconstructed Old Bridge and Old City of Mostar is a symbol of reconciliation, international co-operation and of the coexistence of diverse cultural, ethnic and religious communities. Upon arrival, you visit the old town accompanied by a local guide.
Koski Mehmed Pasha’s Mosque, built in 1617, is the only local mosque that has retained its original wall colors and ornamentation. Buildings from the Austro-Hungarian era complete the architectural richness of the town. This cultural diversity is what gives this town its special appeal. Despite the many challenges of its turbulent past, the town aspires to maintain the coexistence of all the people that live here. Mostar is nowadays the only truly multi ethnic town in this area.

Starting with the visit to Franciscan church of St. Peter and Paul, with the highest bell tower in Bosnia and Herzegovina you will walk into the Old Town of Mostar. Build in 16th century and reconstructed after the recent war with the legendary Old Bridg and famous Kujundžiluk street will leave you breathless. Understanding Mostar' rich history is not fully possible without reaching out of Old Town's core. Mostar city tour takes you on a journey through time: from mysterious era of Ottoman Empire and Austro-Hungarian romantic fin de siècle to socialist realism of Yugoslavia. While walking through the cobblestone streets, under the shades of plane trees or war-torn financial district, one will experience dramatic shifts in world's history and their influence on a town which has both thrived and suffered throughout its existence, yet preserved its own way of life. Mostar City Tour takes you to the most significant monuments of Mostar's history, from early 16th to late 20th century.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • the Old Bridge area
  • multicultural urban settlement
  • authentic appearance

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Sarajevo Small-Group Walking Tour with Traditional Food Tastings

Sarajevo Small-Group Walking Tour with Traditional Food Tastings - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

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$29.85

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.

This Sarajevo walking tour tells the story of the most difficult times to have befallen the city of Sarajevo, but alongside tales of the will, courage, and determination of the local people to survive what was once hell on Earth. 

Your Sarajevo tour will start at the most beautiful building in the city: the City Hall/National Library, which had originally burned down during the siege of Sarajevo but was rebuilt and re-opened in 2014 — a sign of the rejuvenation seen throughout the city. 

From there, you'll head to a local historic brewery, founded in 1864 and with a sad story behind the brews, as it was one of the few sources of drinking water for Sarajevans during the war. 

You'll then visit the gallery that's home to the exhibit Siege'92-'95, honoring the longest siege in modern history ... More info ›

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.

This Sarajevo walking tour tells the story of the most difficult times to have befallen the city of Sarajevo, but alongside tales of the will, courage, and determination of the local people to survive what was once hell on Earth. 

Your Sarajevo tour will start at the most beautiful building in the city: the City Hall/National Library, which had originally burned down during the siege of Sarajevo but was rebuilt and re-opened in 2014 — a sign of the rejuvenation seen throughout the city. 

From there, you'll head to a local historic brewery, founded in 1864 and with a sad story behind the brews, as it was one of the few sources of drinking water for Sarajevans during the war. 

You'll then visit the gallery that's home to the exhibit Siege'92-'95, honoring the longest siege in modern history. You'll learn about the darkest parts of Sarajevo's past before heading to the street of Green Berets (resistance organizers), which is now the center of the city's nightlife. 

Next up on your Sarajevo tour, you'll head to the local marketplace, which was the site of a horrific massacre in 1994. Yet today, it's a place to get fresh produce and local goods, and while you're there, stop into the beautiful Market Hall, where you'll try local delicacies such as smoked beef and cheese. 

You'll then continue to the Central Bank, where the famous Sarajevo Haggadah (an ancient manuscript containing the traditional text of Passover Haggadah) was kept safe during the siege. From there, it's on to the Great Park of Sarajevo, where you'll see the monument to the murdered children of Sarajevo, and then on to the presidency building and Olympic Hall. You'll keep walking along the Miljacka River and see the contemporary bridge that's named Festina lente, meaning “make haste slowly“. 

Next up, your Sarajevo tour will proceed  to the Central Post Office, which burned down in 1992 but has since been rebuilt, before finally reaching the National Theater, the main stage for two of the biggest cultural events in Sarajevo:  the Theater Festival and the Sarajevo Film Festival (founded during the siege as cultural resistance to the madness of war).    

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Sarajevo's Story and Traditional Food Walking Tour

Sarajevo's Story and Traditional Food Walking Tour - Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

From USD
$60.94

You won't just see the sites on this Sarajevo tour — you'll get to enjoy the rhythm of the city and experience local life through its flavours, from traditional coffee to snacks and sweets. As you nibble, explore the old city centre and hear the dark stories of Sarajevo's turbulent past as well as the brighter stories of its present.

Your Sarajevo walking tour will leave from the beautiful National Library/Old City Hall and lead you to the Old Town — specifically, Bravadziluk Street, which is lined with eateries serving up traditional Bosnian food ... More info ›

You won't just see the sites on this Sarajevo tour — you'll get to enjoy the rhythm of the city and experience local life through its flavours, from traditional coffee to snacks and sweets. As you nibble, explore the old city centre and hear the dark stories of Sarajevo's turbulent past as well as the brighter stories of its present.

Your Sarajevo walking tour will leave from the beautiful National Library/Old City Hall and lead you to the Old Town — specifically, Bravadziluk Street, which is lined with eateries serving up traditional Bosnian food. You'll get to sample the famous Sarajevo burek (filo pastry filled with meat, cheese, and spinach). 

After you've snacked, you'll head to Kazandziluk (Coppersmith Street), where you can feel like you've stepped back into the 16th century as you browse the copper crafts, from jewelry to pottery. Your walk along here will lead you to the historic Bascarsija, an outdoor market that was built in the 15th century. You'll also stop to see the 15th-century Morica Han (a han is a roadside inn) that's the only preserved han in Sarajevo. 

Your Sarajevo tour will continue along Saraci Street until you reach the historic Gazi-Husrev-beg Mosque and Sarajevo's 17th-century clock tower. You'll also visit the site where Franz Ferdinand was killed and world history was changed forever. 

You'll then admire the beautiful Bezistan indoor market before reaching what is perhaps the most interesting spot of Sarajevo: the Sweet Corner, named for the local pastry shops that have been here for centuries. This is also where the old Turkish part of the city ends and the newer Austrian part begins. You'll stop here and try some delicious cevapcici (little skinless sausages served in pita bread). 

Next up, you'll head to the Old Temple (a Jewish synagogue from 1581) and stop in at a café where you'll try the most important drink in Sarajevo: traditional Bosnian coffee. Once your coffee break is over, you'll explore the main pedestrian zone of the city, Ferhadija Street, where you'll catch a view of the amazing Sacred Heart Cathedral from 1889, the Serbian Orthodox church of The Most Holy Mother of God (built in 1863), and finally the Square of Liberation, where local Sarajevans gather to play chess 365 days a year, no matter the weather. 

You'll then make a stop for some famous baklava at Sarajevo's market hall before continuing on to the Eternal Flame memorial, dedicated to the victims of Nazi terror during WWII. 

You'll walk down the street of Marshall Tito (yes, the main street of Sarajevo is still named after the president of the former Yugoslavia) toward the historic National Theater, the main stage for the biggest cultural event in Sarajevo: the Sarajevo Film Festival. 

You'll finish up our Sarajevo tour with a walk along the River Miljacka to the last spot of your tour, the amazing Academy of Fine Arts, located in a former evangelist  church.

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