Visit Sarajevo Tunnel Tour
The Siege of Sarajevo is the longest siege in the history of modern warfare, lasting from April 5, 1992 to February 29, 1996. (1300 days). During the War, the average dropped 329 shells a day in Sarajevo. Record of the 3777 rounds fired filed on 22 July 1993. year. Shells are made tremendous damageand maximum damage suffered civil, cultural, and religious objects.
The tunnel is about 720 meters long and high, depending on the section, between 1.5 meters 1.8 meters, and it was built under the airport runway and connecting the two territories (Dobrinja and Butmir) which were controlled by the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The tunnel was the only connection of besieged Sarajevo with the outside world. The tunnel represents a symbol of a four-year-long resistance to the siege of Sarajevo and its citizens, a resistance against genocide and urbicide conducted on the City by the aggressor.
At the tunnel site you will be able to see 20 minutes movie, take look at the part of tunnel (25 meters), and see museum exhibition of war, pictures and tunnel artifacts.
15 EURO PER PERSON. MINIMUM 2 PERSONS INCLUDE: TRANSPORTATION AND ENTRANCE FEE IN THE MUSEUM.