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Sarajevo to Belgrade UNESCO Day Tour
(or vice versa via East Bosnia and West Serbia)
05/12 at 8AM MISSING: 2
Belgrade to Sarajevo
05/12 at 8AM MISSING: 2
Belgrade to Sarajevo

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We are dedicated to deliver greatest possible travel experience. That is why we prefer private trips whenever possible, hosting usually 3-8 travelers.

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About Funky Tours

Sarajevo Funky Tours is created to bring you greatest sightseeing experience, amazing activities & things to do in and around Sarajevo and rest of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

We aim to be: B&H EXPERIENCE!

Please Note: Preferred number of guests on our trips is between 4-8, because we strive to make our tours personal and flexible as much as we can.
If needed, we can accommodate much more (coach required tours).


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Sarajevo War Tunnel is the major blood line for city of Sarajevo during the time of Serbs aggression. The city which managed to hold around 1400 days of pure Siege, mainly by the contribution of the Tunnel itself.

The hostelry provided overnight accommodation (for up to three nights) indigent travelers.

Built in the 1555, during the golden age age of Old Sarajevo, with male and female part.

The City Hall, the largest and most representative building of the Austro-Hungarian period in Sarajevo.

This monumental object was built in 1551 by Rustem-pasha, today is Sarajevo City Museum.

Gazi Husrev-Bey’s Bezistan is one of few Ottoman time remaining Bezistans in Sarajevo.

Tašli Han in Sarajevo was built at the same time as the Gazi Husrev-beys Bezistan, around 1540. In the fire of 1879 it suffered a huge damage, while the last walls of Tašli Han disappeared in 1912.

Sarajevo Clock Tower (Sahat Kula) is one of the highest and most beautiful ones in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was built in the 17th century.

Morića han is the only surviving han (hostel) in Sarajevo. It was built in the late 16th or early 17th century, and was previously known as the New Hostel (Han Džedid).

Railway Station Bistrik (Željeznička stanica Bistrik) is one of still surviving

Old Train station at Ilidža is one of still standing, alpine style rail stations in Sarajevo, built during Austria-Hungarian rule.

Baščaršija is an old Sarajevan market-place, historical and cultural centre of Sarajevo city. Baščaršija was built in 15th century, when Isa-bey Ishaković had founded entire city. Word Baščaršija is derived from Turkish word „baš“ which means „main“, thus

Capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina has always been known for its numerous Sebilj’s, fountains and šadrvans (small fountains) from which, clean water used to refresh and revitalize Sarajevo people and numerous passengers and visitors.

Markale (German. Markthalle) is the name for town market in Sarajevo. The project for this building has been completed in 1894, under name

Isa-beys or Emperors hammam was the first public spa in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was built after the fall of Roman Empire, and the disappearence of luxury spas.

Gazi Husrev Beys library Sarajevo was part of the Kuršumli madrassa until 1863 when it was moved near the Gazi Husrev-bey mosque.

Inat Kuća or the House in spite of is one of most interesting stories of Sarajevo history.

The building of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina was designed by architect Josip Vancaš.

The first han built in Sarajevo in 1462, which was able to host 400 people and 35 horses. Today serves as oriental cafe.

After the army of Eugene of Savoy invaded, in 1697, when Sarajevo was burned in immemorial fire, there was need to expand the existing city fortifications in order to ensure the city from enemy attacks.

The Bosniak Institute (District of ADIL BEY ZULFIKARPAŠIĆ in Sarajevo) in Sarajevo is a scientific – educational institution for studying history, culture, literature and all of forms of art, as well as studying the language, folklore and religion of Bosn

Muwaqqithana is building for observation the stars, and accurate measurement of the Lunar time. Gazi Husrev-Beys Mosque has one muwaqqithana in its complex.

Latin Bridge (Bos. Latinska ćuprija, named Principov most - Princip Bridge durng the Yugoslavian era), is a historic bridge over the River Miljacka in Sarajevo.

“A drop of my blood flowed, and Bosnia did not drain”.

Thirteen bridges over the Miljacka in Sarajevo were built between the mid 15th and late 16th century from Goat Bridge to the Ali pasha bridge, built in 1585.

The first happened on February 5, 1994 when 68 people were killed and 144 more were wounded. The second occurred on August 28, 1995 when a mortar shell killed 37 people and wounded another 90.

The first happened on February 5, 1994 when 68 people were killed and 144 more were wounded. The second occurred on August 28, 1995 when a mortar shell killed 37 people and wounded another 90.

Simply the most fascinating place in whole Herzegovina.

In the mid 15th century, the royal court moved in to Jajce, when a palace was built within the fortress.

The 2nd Session of AVNOJ, which was held in Jajce on November 29th 1943 had for it result the foundation of SFR Yugoslavia.

The Bear Tower Jajce (Bosnia and Herzegovina) was built in Romanesque style, which indicated that it is the one of earliest military structures from the Bosnian MIddle Ages.

A newly built heritage trail around the town is a rather pleasant 30-45 minute walk starting at the Tekija-Dervish House.

The true pearl of Herzegovina with its brightest tale of Mostar Bridge.

To save this beautiful example of Ottoman stone bridge building, it was taken, stone by stone, from a village seven kilometers up the river, and rebuilt in downtown Trebinje.

It took 26 years to build (from 1953 to 1979) and it was designed to withstand nuclear war and shelter communist leaders and army generals.

The Neretva River running through the centre and Prenj Mountain hovering behind dominate Konjic.

Home place of Bosnian Nobel prize winner Ivo Andric for his masterpiece "Bridge over Drina".

Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids represents the biggest complex of pyramidal structures in the World.


The European second largest cemetery, after one in Prague.

The cathedral, which required five years to build, was opened in 1889.

"I have chosen this parish in a special way, and I wish to lead it." (March 1st, 1984).

Emperors (Imperial) Mosque in Sarajevo was built in 1462, as the first endowment of the founder of Sarajevo Isa Bey Ishakovic.

Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Mother of God in Sarajevo was built between 1863 and 1872.

“Il Kal Vježu” (The Old Temple) in Sarajevo was built in 1581 when Rumelian Sijabuš Pasha gave the money to build a large resideantal facility for the poor Jewish comunity of Sarajevo (which was known as Sijavuš Pashas Daira, or Large Yard).

The master builder of this mosque in 1530 was the Emperor’s Master Builder (mimar) Adžem (Ajem) Esir Ali, a Persian from Tabriy, who came from the distinguished school of the master builder Hajrudin.

There are differing opinions concerning the precise of the church and its development over the centuries. Some authorities date it to the 5th or 6th century, other to the 12th to 14th century, and some deal only with its rebuilding during the Ottoman peri

The Francisian monastery in Sarajevo and the votive church of Saint Antonio from Padua are situated in a part of a city once named Latinluk, on the left side of the Miljacka river.

The Ashkenazi Jews come to Sarajevo at the time of the Austro-Hungarian occupation. They differ from Sephardic Jews not only in language, but also in their ways of thinking, professions, and outlook on the world, culture, rituals and customs.

“Il Kal Muevu” (The New Temple) in Sarajevo was built in seventies of the 19th century and today serves as gallery.

Magribija mosque is located near the Marindvor, who, at the time of its creation, represented the western periphery of old Sarajevo. According to the various sources, šejh Magribija came to Sarajevo with Isa-bey, founder of the city and there, he raised t

Sarajevo settlement Marijin Dvor, located in the center of the city, is adorned by the gracefulness and beauty of St.Joseph Church.

This, the oldest surviving domed mosque in Sarajevo, was built by Muslihudin hajji Mustafa Čekrekčija in 1526. The original vakufnama (deed of endowment) of the founder of the mosque has survived, making it the oldest known original such deed written in S

Ferhad-bey Vuković-Desisalić built his mosque in 1561/1562. Later a mahala took shape around it, known as Ferhadija.

The Ali-pasha mosque was built in 1560/61 as the vaqf of the beylerbey of Budim and sanjak-bey of Bosnia Ali-pasha, a native of the Sarajevo plain.

The name originates from the Turkish word “yedileri turbesi”, which means the “tomb of seven”.

After the 1878, the number of Evangelists in Sarajevo increased to more than 1000 members, so there was a need to build first Evangelistic church.

With 1,487 officialy buried Shahids and fallen soldiers (during the period from 1992 to 1995) Kovači are the largest graveyard of Shahids in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The high chimneys extending from the fireplaces of the student’s room, end in points on the lead-covered roof (whence the name “kuršumli” – menaning “leaden”).

The Gazi Husrev bey khaniqah was buil by the end of 1531. In addition to the performance of Sufi worship and dhikr, it was also used to provide dervishes with the necessary knowledge of the internal meanings of Islam.

The mahala (residential quarter) of the Vekil Harč Mustafa mosque came into being beteween 1540 and 1545, and the Hajjis mosque in the middle of the mahala was built between 1541 and 1561.

Construction work on this went on from 1926 until its completion in 1930. The architect was Rudolf Lubinski from Zagreb.

Church of the Holy Transfiguration is the only Orthodox church in the municipality of Novo Sarajevo in Sarajevo.

In Sarajevo old part at the intersection of Sagrdžije and Čemerlina streets is building of Shariat law school. It was built in 1887 in pseudo-Moorish style by Karlo Paržik.

Hodža Durak in year 1541 is already mentioned as deceased.

Koševo Cemetery is huge complex of cemeteries consisted of: Shahid cemetery (Muslem), Lav cemetery (Catholic) and Old Orthodox St.Mark cemetery.

The Radimlja necropolis is one of the most valuable monuments of the medieval period in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The oldest written document pertaining to Zavala dates from 1514. The monastery was built by members of the ducal Hrabren - Miloradović family, who built many endowments in Herzegovina in the 16th century.

Underground temple/chruch made out "living" rock, which lays in Jajce is one of the most amazing Bosnian buildings/architectural creations.

The cult of Mithras in Jajce, as Indo-Iranian divinity, was practiced by the Romans, thus the temple being artifact of ancient culture in Jajce.

The Tower of St.Luke in Jajce is actually the bell tower of the Gothic church of Holy Mary.

Esma Sultanija who was married to Bosnian vizier - Mehmed Pahsa Mušinović and had the mosque built in Jajce in 1753.

Nature & Panorama

Built in 1739 with purpose to defend the city of Sarajevo.

About the time of erection of the Bijela Tabija to the the present day, different opinions have been expressed.

Jajce barracks is the name of the former Eugen of Savoy barracks in Sarajevo.

Is a settlement in the municipality of Stari Grad in Sarajevo, which also is a street name (Veliki i Mali Alifakovac) and the name of the cemetery.

According to legend, one of their goats, while eating grass have dug up the hidden treasure.

The Roman Bridge is one of four old stone bridges in the area of City, which are still preserved.

Thus in the period from May to December 1942 from Sarajevo, without trials to Nazi camps were deported more than 1300 people.

The Bob Sled Track during the Olympic Games was used for Olympic disciplines, and as well after the Games, but untill 1992.

The space Vrelo Bosne represents source of river Bosna, situated south-west of the city of Sarajevo, under the slopes of mountains Igman and Bjelašnica.

One of the most popular nature and panorama places in Sarajevo. Meant to be for people who like, jogging, running, easy walks, nice environment, etc.

Sarajevo Zoo was opened in 1951, and it bounds about 8,5 ha of land. Before the war it hosted 150 animal species, but the siege of Sarajevo from 1992 to 1995 left the Zoo completely devastated.

The biggest value to this area is, of course contributed by the Skakavac waterfall, with its height of 98 m, what makes it the biggest in B&H.

Barice are beautiful area just eight kilometers away from Sarajevo, totally meant to be for people loving parks, mountains, picnics, bbq in the open areas, and are one of the most popular outing spots of Sarajevo inhabitants.

Zmajevac is the hill above the Old Town - Baščaršija, from which, once you reach it, a whole city is like on your palm, and why would not have a good coffee alongside it.

Dom Policije Vranjače was once above city place for police officers who want to have a good time. During the Siege of Sarajevo it was one of the first lines and today great site for exploration and power of Serbian forces destruction.

Today many many traces of Serbian destruction are still reminder of their destructive policy during the Siege. Trebević Vidikovac reflects it completely.

Mount Bjelašnica is in the central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, situated South-West, only 25 km from Sarajevo, where during the 1984, Winter Olympic Games were held, and today is one of the finest skiing resorts in Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Umoljani is village on the Bjelašnica mountain. Village od long-living people, healthy food, myths, legends and tradition. Umoljani are one of the oldest villages in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Situated on the southern slopes of the Olympic Bjelašnica today d

Lukomir is the only remaining traditional semi-nomadic Bosniak mountain village in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Igman is a mountain in central Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is found directly to the southwest of Sarajevo, bordering Bjelašnica mountain and the city of Ilidža.

One of the most representative sites of aggression of Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Southern part of Herzegovina region is home place of Stolac.

Vjetrenica (which means wind cave or blowhole) is the largest and most important cave in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Stretching over 120m across and tumbling down 25m, Kravica is one of the largest waterfalls in Herzegovina and certainly the most impressive one.

Boračko Lake is a glacial lake in Bosnia & Herzegovina.

Pliva Waterfalls - Jajce, one of World 12 most beautiful, but the only one in the heart of the town. This is point where Pliva ends its flow and dives from the cliff into Vrbas river.

Five kilometers away from Jajce there are beautiful Pliva lakes and in the middle separated with bunch of amazing mills built during the Ottoman era.

One of most Sarajevo 84' Winter Olympic mountains is awaiting you for great skiing.

Hutovo Blato is a nature reserve and bird reserve located in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Town located on the most beautiful river in whole of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

One of Europe's best fly-fishing and naturally most amazing regions.

Lohovo is village at Una river most beautiful for its double and triple slope on Una river.

By size (not by height) largest set of waterfalls in whole Una National park and Bosnia too.

Štrbački Buk with Una river is the main attraction of Una NP.

The Burg of Ostrovica consists of at least three recognisable historical eras.

Founded in 1949 and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia, at the border to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Stunning glacier lake at altitude of 1636 meters offer simply amazing experience for any true nature lover.