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It's not easy to get here unless you drive or are with a tour. We took Tram #3 to the end of the line, and then walked about two miles to reach the small neighborhood at the edge of the airport runway. Coming back, we...More
Important place to visit if you are into history of Bosnia. After reading reviews of others, I conclude that it is better to have a local guide with you. We had one and the whole experience was pleasant and smooth, including video watching and narration...More
Reaching and finding the tunnel is an adventure by itself, without internet or Taxi. impressive to visit such an important remmant of the war. However, the context was quite hard to grasp. The english descriptions were scarce and often misspelled. Some prior background knowledge about...More
The museum itself is overpriced as for BiH (you need to pay 10€ for 2 tickets). And for this price you’re getting 20 meters of tunnel and poor war museum (there is much better around).
Also they accept only Bosnian cash.
Nearby there is a...More
There was no clear info or support. The posters were all in Bosnian and the video room we had to figure out by ourselves. The Audio guide required you to figure it yourself and use your phone to connect to their very slow WiFi and...More
This is a great museum that focuses on the tunnel built during the Bosnian war. There is a great video showing footage of the construction of the tunnel and life of the people in the village where the tunnel was built. There is a photo...More
Response from mazinhasani | Reviewed this property |
Hi,....the tunnel is very close to the airport. You may take a taxi from your location in Sarajevo for going to the tunnel and ask him to wait for you for the way back , as the entrance of the tunnel is off the main road... More
Hi,....the tunnel is very close to the airport. You may take a taxi from your location in Sarajevo for going to the tunnel and ask him to wait for you for the way back , as the entrance of the tunnel is off the main road . You need a short time to tour around the villa and get into the tunnel and watch the video after paying the entrance fees.
You may leave your luggage either in the Hotel or the taxi or the airport as I left them in the Hotel and take hotel taxi for both ways.
Hoping the above will assist you.
Response from Agnieszka M | Reviewed this property |
Depends, walking through the tunnel, takes a few minutes, but other activities can take some more time. The videos, conversation with the locals e.g. we met one of the builders of the tunnel. So it depends how much you are... More
Depends, walking through the tunnel, takes a few minutes, but other activities can take some more time. The videos, conversation with the locals e.g. we met one of the builders of the tunnel. So it depends how much you are interested.
Trying to choose between Sarajevo funky tours and Toorico tours for the 1/2 day tour to the war tunnels. Please help me decide.
May 14, 2018|
They both are complete tours. Just wondering if anyone has taken either and what their thoughts are.
War Tunnel tour (2 Replies)
We would like to do the tunnel tour but wonder which company has the most comprehensive tour. It's confusing because there is such a wide price range and tours last from 2-5 hours. Which company would you recommend for this tour? Many thanks.
July 18, 2017|
We went with Meetbosnia.com and the tour was amazing. Best to reach him by phone. The length depends on whether it is just the tunnel or a complete war tour including a visit to the bobsled track and other historic points. The longer tour is definitely a better experience imo.
One Day in Sarajevo? (3 Replies)
Hi, I would appreciate advice. My boyfriend and I are planning a trip with 3 or 4 nights in Bucharest [1 full day trip], 1 night in Brasov, 5 nights in Belgrade [3 full day trips] and 2 or 3 nights in Sarajevo. If we do 4 nights in Bucharest, we would only have 2 nights [1 full day] in Sarajevo. Do you think it is possible to see Bascarsija, Gallery 11/07/95, the Latin Bridge, The Eternal Flame and the Sarajevo War Tunnel in one day? Thanks, Katt
June 14, 2016|
You can see the first 5 but fitting the tunnel in on the same day might be tough. It's a tough decision. On the one hand Bucharest is a much larger city and therefore can probably use the time to explore it. On the other hand, Sarajevo is a much more immediately charming city, and if I had to pick I'd put the extra night in Sarajevo.