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Location: Tours | Sarajevo Total Siege Tour (War Tunnel incl.)
Understanding Siege of Sarajevo Half Day Tour

Traveler Reviews (TripAdvisor)

Read what our customers say about our services, so you get the best possible opininon before you book. ALL REVIEWS ARE IMPORTED FROM TripAdvisor.

 Informative, interesting and a wonderful guide - Siege Tour.

This has got to me one of the best tours I have taken on all my travels. Skender is such an interesting, friendly guy, with first hand experience of the war but he is still somewhat impartial. He doesn't 'Serb bash' but gives an informative overview, interesting insight and is happy to answer any questions may have.

The tour itself covers some of the best spots in Sarajevo, such as the war tunnel, airport, the mountains where the shelling was taking place and see the dramatic and beautiful views over Sarajevo. You visit the former Olympic village, now completely dilapidated, and see some places of interest in relation to the war.

Highly recommended and an absolute must when visiting the special Sarajevo!

Reviewed by: CTRDM, 15.05.2014

Must do Tour

The total siege tour is a must if visiting Sarajevo. Faruk our guide was brill and gave us a complete insight into the 1992-95 siege and Sarajevo. It is a tour that we will always remember and we cannot recommend it enough. Thanks again Faruk.

Reviewed by: normanNIreland, 19.03.2014

Full Siege Tour with Salem

We did the tour with the father, Salem. He fought in the war so everything was very personal. The war tunnel was really interesting, as was Trebevic Mountain (and beautiful if you visit in the winter, with all the snow. Bring warm clothes and shoes with traction!). Salem was very friendly, knowledgeable, organized, and overall a fantastic guide. This tour really helped put our view of Sarajevo into perspective, I highly recommend it.

Reviewed by: Angela Z, 08.12.2013

Total Siege Tour

 Me and my father would highly recommend this tour - it was absolutely fascinating! Skender is a highly professional tour guide - highly informative, engaging and eloquent. The information provided over the course of the tour was incredibly insightful to anybody with an interest in understanding the complexities of both Bosnia's recent history and current political issues. This tour, I would argue, is a must-do when visiting Sarajevo. It included Sniper Alley, Tunnel of Life, Trebevic Bobsleigh and Bistrik areas among other parts. Skender was also happy to advise on all aspects of things to see/do/eat/listen in Sarajevo and other parts of BiH - all in all 5/5 :)

Reviewed by: AlastairM, 21.01.2014

 Sarajevo Siege Tour

I recently went to Sarajevo to take part in the annual half marathon which was great. 

I figured that no trip to Sarajevo would be complete without learning more about the civil war: what caused it, how the siege affected the city's residents and how they got through it.

All I can say is that if you're going to Sarajevo for the first time you absolutely HAVE to book onto this tour. 

Skender lived through the siege as a child and relays his own experiences and those of his family during the siege. So rare to get such information first hand. Really makes you think hard about the lessons that can be learned from the mistakes made by the UN and wider international community during that time.

The stops on the tour are fascinating, but I wouldn't want to say too much and ruin the surprise. 

Just go to Sarajevo and do this tour- absolutely brilliant!

Reviewed by: Rebecca H, 18.09.2013

 Great guide

I visited Sarajevo and Srebrenica in May 2012. Thanks to my guide Skender, it was an interesting trip and a great experience. He seems to know a lot of people and definitely has lot of knowledge. The Sarajevo Siege Tour is a must and I also recommend everybody to go to Srebrenica and see the Memorial.

Reviewed by: paulinho2372, 22.05.2012

 Two tours

We had only three days in Sarajevo and usually prefer to do our own finding out but in this instance felt the need to have a local take us through the history and the sights.
On the first day we took the "Siege" tour; half a day in a small group with guide Skender who lived through the siege as a pre-teen. The knowledgeble and insightful discourse really brought us up to speed with the recent history of this country, this city. It was better than book-learning and left no doubts as to the impact on the lives of those inhabitants of Sarajevo the conflict caused. 
The following day we settled in for the Mostar tour. A long day, including several meals and a couple of other locations, this was more entertaining than the other option that had been suggested to us- catching the train to Mostar. Our guide got us into places that were technically closed due to the off-season. 
Although mid winter there is less of the green Mediterranean outlook, the lack of hoards of tourists more than made up for it. 
Both tours were very personal and great value and for someone who shies away from formal tours this was an invaluable part of our Bosnian experience.

Reviewed by: fiasco_ss, 14.01.2012

 Ever wanted a time machine?

We recently lived in Sarajevo for a month, studying their language. We chose Sarajevo because it is known as a friendly and interesting historical city. I remember seeing it on the news when I was a student (1992) and had always wanted to visit. I was not disappointed.

I don't normally pay for tours around places if I can do it myself, but on arrival we checked out the things to do in Sarajevo on Trip Advisor and booked two tours straight away on the strength of the reviews. Both are excellent as you can see from the other reviews, so I won't repeat what they say. Both tours have different itineraries and I strongly recommend doing both if you can.

In addition to the other reviews however, I will add something. How many times have you visited somewhere and wished you could go back in time and speak to someone who was there? Well now you can. This is living history. This is an opportunity to talk to someone who was actually there. And he's probably younger than you are. How many places, thankfully, in Europe can you do this?

If you need any further encouragement to book this tour: your guide will not only tell you about the past - his past - but also talk about his hopes for the future of his people and his country. Bosnia is a hospitable, fascinating but troubled place, and this tour will give you not just an excellent picture of the past and present, but an optimism for her future that you will not always find elsewhere. This invaluable insight, presented in such a moving and historical context, is an opportunity not to be missed. 

If you could do this by yourself, I would have, so just book it!

Reviewed by: Yacht_Monty_B, 11.02.2012

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