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Sarajevo Tunnel (Tunel Spasa)
Sarajevo Tunnel (Tunel Spasa)

Sarajevo Tunnel (Tunel Spasa)

Daily: 9am–4pm
Tuneli bb 1, Sarajevo

Practical Info

The Sarajevo Tunnel and museum is located at Tuneli bb 1 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and spans from theDobrinja and Butmir neighborhoods to the Sarajevo Airport. The museum is open 9am to 5pm from April through October, and 9am to 4pm November through March. Admission costs 10 KM for adults and 5 KM for students with a student card.

The tunnel is accessible by public transport, taking tram 3 to Ildiza (the last terminal of the line) and switching to bus 32 toward Kotorac. Get off on the last stop, cross the Tilava Bridge and then turn left to walk down Tuneli for about a third of a mile (500 meters). Getting to the tunnel can be tricky: the bus runs every 90 minutes on Sundays, and you may have to walk about 30 minutes from Ilidza. Consider taking a taxi or joining an organized tour for easier access.

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War Tunnel Tour in Sarajevo
War Tunnel Tour in Sarajevo
$22.50 per adult
Traveler Favorite
A challenging experience
My guide not only explained a lot of the history but also his own story. He was a policeman during the siege. He’s very passionate about the politicians who are in it for themselves or are obsessed with nationalist ideology and not helping the country to move on.
David_H, Jan 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Sarajevo

Good exposure about the war tunnel
Mastura_R, Feb 2020
Top Secret Sarajevo War Tunnel Tour
The tour is good, a great opportunity to learn further about the war in Bosnia. The stories about the tunnel was well explained. The tour guide is nice and punctual
Top Secret Sarajevo War Tunnel Tour
Interesting tour - with personal experiences and perspectives by the guide! Most of the tour is by car (except for the tunnel section)
Interesting tour
Peter W, Nov 2019
Top Secret Sarajevo War Tunnel Tour
Interesting tour. The guide was very knowledgeable and could share his interesting thoughts. A sad period in Sarajevo, but it´s important to know the past in order to understand the future.