Excursions & Sight Tickets in Sarajevo

You can book more than 56 tours, tickets to museums, and skip-the-line passes to the main sights in Sarajevo.

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Can Sarajevo really be seen in a single day?

Offering anything from entertaining and instructive guided walking tours to painstakingly prepared customized multiregional small group vacations, we use our abundant creativity and intriguing ideas to enable our customers experience Sarajevo in a way that is really unique. 

Sarajevo - Excursions and day trips

Whether you want to spend the day hiking, exploring old towns, or relaxing in the sun, Sarajevo has many day trips to choose from. You can take in some of the country's most beautiful waterfalls or visit the town of Jajce, where Ottoman architecture is still prevalent. If you are a fan of nature, you may prefer the Sutjeska National Park, a 120-km drive south of Sarajevo. The national park is isolated and is not accessible by public transport, but you can hire a private vehicle to get there.

For history buffs, the Pyramids of Visoko are not to be missed. These ancient pyramids are not burial sites, but instead monuments that have been excavated and display the history of the city. There is also a museum that has items that were found in the pyramids. There are also underground labyrinths that are worth seeing. You will need to walk about 40 minutes to reach the pyramids.

For a day of relaxation and beach-bumming, you can visit the nearby coastal town of Neum. You can swim in the ocean and enjoy the coastal ambiance. You can also check out the numerous seafood restaurants along the waterfront. The town of Neum is an ideal place to visit in the summer months. The area is also home to several historic sites, including the Pliva Watermills.


If you are interested in learning more about the Siege of Sarajevo, there are several tours to consider. You can explore the Jewish Cemetery, which is associated with the siege, or you can visit the War Tunnel Museum, which is located close to the site of the longest siege in history. A guided tour of this area is recommended. If you are interested in visiting the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial, you can also schedule a tour. This memorial contains over 8,300 gravestones, which list the names of victims of the genocide.

The historic town of Pocitelj is another popular Sarajevo day trip. The town is small but has a lot of historical significance. Its main thoroughfare is lined with cafes and boutiques, and you can find a few restaurants as well. There are also a few farm stalls in the area, so you can enjoy a meal while watching the scenery.


During the winter, most tourists choose to travel to the nearby mountains of Bjelasnica and Igman. These mountains are located close to Sarajevo and are a popular destination for vacationers looking to relax. You can also try a hike up Trebevic mountain, which offers panoramic views of the city. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Valley of Heroes, which is a memorial for the fallen soldiers from the Battle of Sutjeska during WWII.

You can also take a guided tour of the Kravica Waterfalls, which is located about an hour away from Sarajevo. If you are interested in culture and history, you can take a private walking tour to learn about the town's history.

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