One Day in Sarajevo: All-inclusive Tour

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For travelers with limited time or those eager to make the most of their stay, our “One Day in Sarajevo” tour is tailor-made to maximize the experience. Further immersing  yourself in the city’s rich history, covering its origin, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian periods, Assassination of Franz Ferdinand, Yugoslav era, and the impactful War in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

We have covered everything! Your day is filled with exploration! From the charming Bascarsija and the grandeur of the Austro-Hungarian Old Town. Next the famous Tunnel of Hope and the graffiti covered Bobsleigh track. Second largest Jewish cemetery and Yellow fortress. On top of that you will have traditional Bosnian lunch “Sahan”. Five different meals in one plate with vegetarian friendly option. Finally, cherry on the top is Bosnian coffee drinking experience.

This tour seamlessly blends three different tours, offering a more comprehensive experience than individually booked.




  • Try traditional Bosnian Sahan lunch
  • Explore the Tunnel of Hope Museum, delving into the Breakup of Yugoslavia
  • Listen to personal stories from War Veterans
  • Stroll the 1984 Olympic Games' Trebević Mountain bobsleigh track
  • Take in panoramic views from the ruins of Hotel 8
  • Visit Europe's second-largest Jewish cemetery
  • Enjoy scenic view from the Yellow Fortress
  • Explore Sarajevo's Ottoman, Austro-Hungarian, and Yugoslav influences
  • Wander Baščaršija's enchanting district with cobbled streets and bustling bazaars
  • Immerse in Islamic culture at the Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque.
  • Witness coppersmiths crafting stunning copperware
  • Experience Sarajevo's shift to Austro-Hungarian architecture on Ferhadija Street
  • Visit iconic sites like Sarajevo City Hall and the historic Latin Bridge


  • Informative and professional guide
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Small group tour
  • Guaranteed departure
  • Free pickup
  • Entrance fee to Tunnel of Hope
  • Tour is shared (unless specified)
  • Standard tours are in English (unless specified)
  • Optional Tips: Always Appreciated


Panoramic tour

It takes about 30 minutes to drive to the Tunnel of Hope. During the drive, the tour guide will describe various areas of the city, highlighting locations and structures significant to the storyline. You will be able to identify the demolished structures from the video presentation at the Tunnel of Hope Museum. Panoramic tour includes passing by:

  • Markale Markets (largest by number “Sarajevo roses”)
  • The Eternal Flame (memorial dedicated to the military and civilian victims of the WW2)
  • Sarajevo Memorial for Children( memorial dedicated to the killed children during the siege)
  • Presidency
  • Parliament
  • Holiday Inn Hotel (built for ’84 Olympics, used by reporters as their base during the Siege)
  • Sniper alley (most dangerous part of the city during the war, part of the street that leads to the Museum)
  • National and Historical Museums
  • Yugoslav part of the city
  • National television building (build during Yugoslav era, served an important role during the war)
  • Sarajevo International Airport

Tunnel of Hope Museum

During the Siege of Sarajevo, one of the longest and deadliest in modern history, a lifeline emerged beneath the city streets, known today as the Tunnel of Hope. This secret tunnel underneath UN controlled airport was just 1 meter wide and 1.6 meters high. It stretched for nearly 800 meters, connecting the besieged city to the outside world. Constructed in 1993 by Bosnian soldiers and volunteers, this engineering marvel allowed food, supplies, and in average 4000 people every day to pass beneath the airport runway. The Tunnel of Hope Museum, established in 1996, now preserves this remarkable piece of history, displaying photographs, artifacts, and the original tunnel entrance, offering visitors a profound insight into the courage and resilience of Sarajevo's people during those challenging times. If not for Tunnel, Bosnia and Herzegovina would not exist today.

Trebevic mountain and Bobsleigh track

Hidden in the Trebevic mountain lies a unique relic of the 1984 Winter Olympics: the abandoned bobsleigh track. This concrete marvel, originally designed for Olympic athletes to hurtle down icy slopes, has taken on a new life as a canvas for urban art and a symbol of Sarajevo's resilience. Constructed in the Trebević Mountains, the track was part of the city's vibrant sporting history. However, during the brutal Siege of Sarajevo in the 1990s, it fell into disrepair, enduring artillery fire and neglect. Today, graffiti artists from around the world have transformed it into a mesmerizing open-air art gallery. With our guide hike up to the track and explore its colorful curves. NOTE: Remember to bring camera!

Destroyed Hotel 8

Hotel Osmice was constructed high above Sarajevo on the slopes of Trebevic Mountain, and now it lies in ruins. What was once a popular hangout for locals is now a somber reminder of the city's destruction in the 1990s. The enemy forces used it as a vantage point to overlook the city of Sarajevo as they bombarded it with artillery. An easy to miss location recently has been popularized by our agency.

Jewish cemetery in Sarajevo

Established in the late 17th century, the Jewish Cemetery is one of the oldest Jewish burial sites in Europe. It served as the final resting place for generations of Jewish families who called Sarajevo home. UNESCO-protected Bosnian tombstones known as "Stećak" served as inspiration for majority of grave markers. Tombstones engraved with Hebrew and Ladino, provide a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the Jewish community in Sarajevo. Unfortunately during the recent war it was used as sniper nest.

Yellow fortress

Once a strategic defense point overlooking Sarajevo, the Yellow Fortress has transformed into an emblematic spot for both locals and tourists. Its curious name comes from the color of its stone, which seems to radiate golden hues during the setting sun. Short walk to the top is rewarded with panoramic views of Sarajevo's red-roofed old town, the Miljacka River, and the surrounding mountains. The Soldiers Cemetery, located beneath the forth, is the resting place of Alija Izetbegovic, the first president of Bosnia and Herzegovina. His last wish was to be surrounded by fellow soldiers.

Lunch: Traditional Bosnian Sahan

Sahan, meaning 'plate,' is a delightful Bosnian culinary experience. In Ascinica, a traditional Bosnian restaurant, ordering Sahan treats you to up to 5 delectable dishes like sarma, dolma, sitni cevap, filled paprika, and zucchini—all bursting with delicious flavors. Don't worry; you can also customize your meal by choosing your preferred dishes

Ottoman Old Town

Step into Sarajevo's enchanting Ottoman past, where stories of centuries gone by echo through its cobblestone streets and ornate architecture. Join us on a journey back in time to discover the rich history and culture that shaped this Balkan gem. Listen to the coppersmith's hammer, taste traditional delights, sip from ancient fountains, and uncover the city's famous legends. Learn about Islam and its profound impact on the people of Sarajevo, as you uncover the cultural and historical diversity of the city. Old Town (Baščaršija) walking tours includes visit to:

  • Gazi Husrev-bey’s mosque
  • Sarajevo Clock Tower
  • Morić Han
  • Sebilj
  • Coppersmith street
  • Bravadžiluk street (Food street)
  • City Hall (City Library)
  • House of Spite
  • Emperor’s mosque
  • Latin Bridge
  • WWI Assassination Spot
  • Taslihan and Bezistan
  • Jewish Synagogue

Austro-Hungarian Old Town

During the Austro-Hungarian era in Sarajevo, which began in the late 19th century, the city underwent a significant transformation. This period saw the construction of European-style buildings and a focus on historicist architecture, leaving a lasting impact on Sarajevo's look and feel. This era brought modernization, including the introduction of trams and improved utilities. Sarajevo became a cultural melting pot, welcoming artists, intellectuals, and entrepreneurs from various backgrounds. Today, the city proudly displays its Austro-Hungarian heritage through its architecture and urban planning. In Sarajevo Center you will see:

  • Cathedral of Holly Hearth of Jesus
  • City Market (Markale)
  • The Congregational Church of the Holy Mother
  • Hotel Europe
  • Sarajevo Brewery
  • Museum 1878-1918
  • Place of assassination
  • City Hall


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