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Sarajevo War Tunnel

Tuneli 1 | Ilidža - Donji Kotorac, Sarajevo 71210, Bosnia and Herzegovina
+387 33 778-672
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Tuneli 1 | Ilidža - Donji Kotorac, Sarajevo 71210, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A deserted location close to the airport. Must watch the video to understand the strategy and location of the war tunnel close to the airport. One can feel the hardship of the Bosnians trapped in Sarajevo and their move to fight the Serbs. Interesting history...More

Thank Noseason
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Went here on a guided day tour and learned so much about the Sarajevo war. Devastating but fascinating information. Really enjoyed the museum, most information is in Bosnian though so best to have an English guide

Thank Ali H
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Well worth a trip out (no public transport out here so use your own car or a cab - we did the latter with our driver being a guide) - it’s on the outer side of the airport. Very informative videos and guides explain the...More

Thank Manclaw
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Reviewed 6 days ago

It's a place that you learn about the Bosnia War. Once you enter the memorial, there will be a short video to watch on how to fought the war and get independence.

Thank Darren W
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Mesmerising and terrifying at the same time - as Mak, the tour guide said: "In the end it was the soul of Sarajevo's people that won the war". For fans of history and to see that humanity doesn't learn from history a must-see!

Thank Marty G
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Reviewed 1 week ago

this place was very interesting.A glimpse into how it was during the siege. The original house where the tunnel was started is on site still with bullet holes in the wall.A tip for getting there cheap is to ride the number 3 tram to the...More

Thank mercboy482
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Reviewed 1 week ago

In order to understand the suffering between 1991 and 1995, it is essential to visit this reconstructed museum to see how supplies were brought into the city from outside, through the tunnel. Marvellous video as well as interesting war-time items.

Thank JandSEvian
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We are glad that we could visit this house and tunnel. There is also exhibition of mines on garden, rooms with pictures from concentrate camps and real video from war. We recommend to visit it and think about this horrible war..

Thank Kateřina B
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

read much during the 91 to 94 sieze of Sarajevo,it was on your tv/news papers, journalist at the yellow colour Holiday hotel,seeing it in person you get ,a perpsective how the city was sorrounded,the city has still mortars marks, bullet holes in buildings to remind...More

Thank pranjo49
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are in Sarajevo, this is what you must see to understand how people were escaping from Sarajevo during the war. Its a small but unique museum made in a house. Recomendations

Thank jasmin a
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Jessica Y
23 April 2017|
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Response from stojan j | Reviewed this property |
I think it is open, but I can get information for you for sure.
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Ainize M
4 September 2016|
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Response from mlynarek | 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
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