I made "Sarajevo Siege Tour" with Skender and Srebrenica Tour with Ado, two excellent guides who lived (they and their families) the recent History of BiH. In Siege Tour Skender took us on Tunnel Museum and to the Mountains that surrounds Sarajevo (including the Bobsleigh track from Olympic Games of 84), where Serb forces were concentrated during the siege. Skender's family lived these times in Sarajevo and he told us how was life in a sieged town. In addition, from these mountains there are superb views of Sarajevo, a wonderful, charismatic and totally safe town, with an uncommon mixed of western and eastern cultures.
In Srebrenica Tour, after about two hours of car ride with a magnificient landscape we reach Potocari Memorial Centre where dutch UN troops were stationed in 1995, for where people from Srebrenica were looked for help. Ado was born near Srebrenica (he took us to the place of his childhood house, and to his parents current house) and has to fled to a safe place when serb troops conquer his village. His father stayed in Srebrenica and is one of the survivors of the "death march" for Tuzla in July 1995.More